Natalie Portman Has Baby
June 15, 2011 by Post Team
Natalie Portman Has Baby, To complete an eventful year for pregnant and Natalie Portman, 30, the actress and her boyfriend, the choreographer and director Benjamin Millepied, 33, have welcomed a child. It is definitely a birthday week for the de-Millipied Portman, Natalie as a birthday of her own on 9 June. It seems that 2011 brought lots of actress to celebrate. Even Twitter @ LindsayLohan ‘congratulations to # natalieportman for your beautiful child. @ IMilaKunis also sent out a tweet, saying: “Congratulations to my friend # NataliePortman because she’s a mom now. Millepied Portman met during production of the ‘Black Swan’, a role that won several awards Portman, including an Oscar. Millepied Portman was a partner dance in the movie.
Millepied was born in Bordeaux, France, a mother who was a dancer in principle with the New York City Ballet. Millepied recently co-directed a French film in Paris called “The clock is ticking,” which states Millepied ‘is not a dance movie. “This year at the Annual Academy Awards 83rd, Portman won the award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role “Black Swan.” The film earned several other awards including a Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Drama Film. Portman also won a Golden Globe in 2005 for her role in the movie “Closer.” That same year, Portman was nominated for an Oscar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for ‘Closer’, but she lost to Cate Blanchett for “The Aviator.” Portman gained recognition after her great performance in her first feature, “Leon: The Professional” (1994), in which she played a 12-year-old who lives with and assists a professional murderer after her parents are killed.
Some other notable films Portman’s career includes “V for Vendetta” (2006) and “Garden State” (2004, starring Zach Braff). It can be seen in her latest film, ‘Thor’, which is currently in theaters.
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