Rachel Weisz was born on March 7, 1970 in London, England.
Her mother, Edith was an psychoanalyst, and her father, George was an inventor. George Weisz invented respirators that supplied
their own oxygen, and machines that sense land mines.
At 14, Rachel was a model and began acting during her studies
Rachel began her acting career while studying at Cambridge University. Weisz formed a theatre company, called Talking Tongues, which
won the Guardian Award, at the Edinburgh Festival, for their performance of Shouthall's "WASHBAG."
Rachel Weisz went on to star on stage in DESIGN FOR LIVING.
It was a role that won Rachel a vote for "Most Promising Newcomer"
by the London Critic Circle.
She is living with director, Darren Aronofsky, and they have a son, Henry.
Rachel is ranked #30 in Stuff magazine's "102 Sexiest Women
in the World" (2002).
Rachel Weisz's other notable credits include...