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Academy Award–winning actress Nicole Kidman starred in Dead Calm, Moulin Rouge and The Hours, and was married to Tom Cruise for ten years.
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A few months after their marriage, Kidman supported her husband as he decided to enter a rehabilitation facility to receive treatment for his problems with alcohol. The couple appeared to be devoted to each other throughout this crisis and seemed to emerge from it as strong as ever. They welcomed their first child, Sunday Rose Kidman Urban,
in July 2008.
Kidman became pregnant while filming her next major film role. Reuniting with director Baz Luhrmann, she starred in the epic drama Australia (2008) with Hugh Jackman. Kidman also appeared in the 2009 movie musical Nine - based on the Broadway smash hit - with Daniel Day-Lewis, Kate Hudson, Penelope Cruz, and Judi Dench.
Kidman has continued to tackle an interesting mix of film projects. She co-starred with Aaron Eckhart in the 2010 independent drama Rabbit Hole, which brought her glowing reviews and an Academy Award nomination. That same year, Kidman and her husband welcomed a second daughter Faith Margaret.
In 2012, Kidman raised eyebrows for her unusual scenes in The Paperboy with Zac Efron and John Cusack. She co-starred with Clive Owen in the television film Hemingway & Gellhorn that same year. Kidman plays journalist Martha Gellhorn, the third wife of Ernest Hemingway in the movie. Portraying another famous real-life personality, she is set to star in an upcoming film about the life of actress Grace Kelly.
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