Latest Things to Know about Catherine Zeta Jones in 1001 Nights
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Top 10 Catherine Zeta Jones Movies
- Playing For Keeps
- His Highness Hollywood
- Rock Of Ages
- Blue Juice
- Catherine The Great
- Intolerable Cruelty
- Side Effects
- A Father… A Son… Once Upon A Time In Hollywood
- Cocaine Godmother
- Death Defying Acts
Top 10 Things to Know about Catherine Zeta Jones in 1001 Nights
1. Catherine has appeared in many movies and television programs over the years.
2. The couple has been dating for about six months and announced their engagement in January.
3. 1989 and the mystery thriller movie The Mask of Zorro 1998.
4. In 2009 she starred as Elizabeth I in The King Speech and won an Academy Award for her performance.
5. Born in New York City Catherine Zeta Jones grew up in a family of entertainers.
6. She is the eldest of three children of Michael Zeta Jones and Eleni Manos.
7. Today she continues to act in both big and small screen projects as well as releasing music albums.
8. In the late 1990s she diversified into directing producing and writing.
- Odette Annable Red Carpet Premiere
- Alicia Vikander in Seventh Son
- Beyonce in Beyonce I Am World Tour
- Amber Heard in And Soon The Darkness
- Nicole Kidman in The Invasion
9. Catherine Zeta Jones is a world renowned actress and singer.
10. In addition to her acting career Catherine Zeta Jones is also a businesswoman.
All Others Catherine Zeta Jones Movies
- Christopher Columbus The Discovery
- Splitting Heirs
- Dad Army
- Ocean Twelve
- No Reservations
- The Haunting
- Out Of The Blue
- High Fidelity
- The Legend Of Zorro
- Sinbad Legend Of The Seven Seas
- The Rebound
- America Sweethearts
- The Phantom
- The Mask Of Zorro
- The Terminal
- Milos Forman What Does Not Kill You…
- The Return Of The Native