Jennifer Connelly her private life and her biography



Jennifer Connelly is a captivating screen presence, whether she plays the wife of a schizophrenic mathematician in A Beautiful Mind (for which she won an Oscar) or a naive in The Hot Spot, a humiliated drug addict in Requiem for a Dream or a any other role in movies from big and small.

Jennifer takes her career very seriously, she always manages to give the best performance in great films (jennifer connelly labyrinth) and at the same time holds on to a standard that most actors cannot reach and is the best thing about bad movies, But her family is important and very protective with her children and is always present for her husband, Paul Bettany a fellow actor known on the set of A Beautiful Mind.

They have three children and as in all families they face the usual ups and downs of family life every day, considering however that both are actors and therefore must dissociate themselves from what is the imaginary reality of the roles in the films to concentrate on what is the true reality. That's why Jennifer prioritizes her life and her family in order to keep them out of the spotlight.

In 2008 Jennifer faced the loss of her father, Gerard Connelly, from a serious illness. In an interview with Glamor, Jennifer said "... it's the first real sorrow I've experienced ..., but what I want to remember is the beautiful time I spent with him". In 2000 her parents split her, her mother Ilene who lived in California returned to New York to be closer to Connelly and her family.

Unfortunately, in 2013 her mother also died of a heart attack. Connelly said in an interview with Town and Country in 2015 that he has spent a lot of time with his mom over the last few years, which he hadn't done before, and he also talked about mourning for his parents, "even though I have them. lost in different periods it seems strange how you feel tied up even when I don't see them physically .. "

Jennifer Connelly made the decision to take more free time between projects to safeguard her presence with her family. His pace was about 2 films a year in the early 2000s, although there was a year, in 2009, that he made 3 films (He's Just Not That into You, 9, and Creation) and in the 2014 when it reached 4 films in one year (Winter's Tale, Aloft, Noah, and Shelter).

Connelly, however, prefers fewer commitments and in her current period her presence in film projects is very limited, the same thing has done her husband Paul Bettany. In an interview with The Guardian, Jennifer Connelly said "..I got to spend the whole year with my children and my husband ...".

A not indifferent detail about Jennifer is that she is not a lover of technology, she is not present in the world of social media as she should be. This could be detrimental to her career as her presence on social media today is very important, especially for actors involved in smaller projects who might use a profile boost to share their work.

Connelly could be one of the greats of social media, in view of the content, she was interested in it. She is a respected actress in her field, she has participated in films of great importance and with great actors, she is married to Paul Bettany, an actor heavily involved in the greatest films of our time (Marvel's Avengers and Iron Man series) and who has had a role in a recent Star Wars movie (Solo: A Star Wars Story);

but she is also a mom who raised three children in a family where creativity is obviously an important concern; Ultimately, Jennifer could have a lot of advice to give and stories and anethods to tell, something that her fans of her would expect nothing more, if she only agreed to be present on social media.


Jennifer Connelly started her career as a child model.
Jennifer Connelly in 2002, Connelly won an Oscar, a Golden Globe and a BAFTA for her supporting role as Alicia Nash in Ron Howard's 2001 biopic "A Beautiful Mind."
magazines including Time, Vanity Fair and Esquire, as well as the Los Angeles Times newspaper have included Jennifer Connelly on their lists of the most beautiful women in the world.
That's a very big question. I'm one of those people that was really, profoundly changed by having kids especially my first son.

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