The Bourne Legacy may be lacking in Matt Damon, but the addition of Rachel Weisz just might make up for that fact (Jeremy Renner is OK, too, we guess). Weisz appears in the film as a scientist who helps protagonist Aaron Cross (Renner) escape assassination. Do all government scientists look this good? And if so, is the CIA hiring? Before checking out the film, take a look through this Weizs bio-gallery.
Weisz grew up in a suburb outside of London.
She started modeling at 14.
After graduating from Trinity Hall, Cambridge, Weisz began appearing on television, including a role alongside Ewan McGregor on the early-nineties BBC period drama Scarlet and Black.
Her film career started in the mid-nineties, and took off in 1999 with her breakthrough role in The Mummy.
Weisz was labeled an "English rose" early in her career, which is a polite British way of saying she's super hot.
Keep in mind, though, she's married to James Bond. Weisz and Daniel Craig got together in 2010, and wed six months later in June 2011. Good on you, Bond.