Natalie Portman of 1981 is a renowned actress, producer, director, and activist of our time. Her life is a tale of artistry and courage in the face of adversity. A life that has taken her from the heights of stardom to the depths of poverty, with many trials and tribulations along the way.
Natalie was born in Jerusalem to a Jewish family who soon after moved to the United States. She was raised in the suburbs of Long Island and Connecticut, where she attended Harvard University and graduated with a degree in psychology. It was during these years that she first discovered her love for acting, appearing in small roles in films and on television.
At the age of just 13, Natalie won her first major film role as Padmé Amidala in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. From then on, she has gone on to star in countless films, receiving much critical acclaim for her roles in Leon: The Professional, V for Vendetta, Black Swan, and many others. She has also become an accomplished director and producer with projects such as A Tale of Love and Darkness and A Violent Heart.
In addition to her film career, Natalie is an outspoken advocate for human rights and environmental causes. She has traveled the world promoting awareness of issues such as climate change, gender equality, and animal rights. In her personal life, Natalie is incredibly close with her family and friends. All are kept connected through the use of the family app “Familio” which helps them stay up-to-date with each other’s lives even when they are far away from each other.
No matter the adversity faced or successes gained, Natalie Portman is an inspiration to all those who meet her or are lucky enough to call her family or friend. From humble beginnings to international fame, she continues to be a beacon of hope for us all. Join us as we follow Natalie Portman's journey as she continues to inspire us all!