Catherine Zeta- Jones is an Oscar- winning Welsh actress, known for her films, like Traffic and Chicago. She' s also the wife of famous American actor, Michael Douglas. Here are some interesting facts about Catherine Zeta Jones:
1. Born to a Sweets Factory owner!
Catherine Zeta- Jones was born on 25 September 1969, in Swansea, West Glamorgan, Wales. Her mother, Patricia, was a seamstress, and father, David Jones, a sweet factory owner. She has 2 brothers who supported her to open the assembly company, Milkwood Films.
2. The curious case of her name!
Her name was derived from her grandmother' s names, Catherine Fair, and Zeta- Jones.
3. A musical education!
chilhood pic of catherine zeta jones
She did her schooling from the Hazel Johnson School of Dance and Dumbarton House School in Swansea. then, she did her musical course from Arts Educational Schools in Chiswick.
4. Fame from the Zorro
Catherine in zorro
In 1998, she had a taste of success with " The Mask of Zorro" movie, opposite Antonio Banderas. After which, she received many leading role offers.
5. You can' t take your eyes off this marriage!
catherine zeta jones and michael douglas
In 1998, she met actor Michael Douglas at the Deauville festival. After dating, for a few of years, they got married in 2000, and have two children, son Dylan Michael, and daughter Carys Zeta.
6. What a coincidence!
She and her husband, Micheal Douglas were born on an equivalent day, September 25, but she is 25 years younger.
7. That' s what she likes to eat!
She likes to eat salmon sandwiches on brown bread with crushed potato chips.
8. When real world partners became reel life partners!
Catherine Zeta Jones Michael Douglas
In 2001, they both acted together during a crime drama film, called Traffic, which was directed by Steven Soderbergh. The film proved to be a billboard success worldwide.
9. Karaoke machine attachment!
She always carries a transportable karaoke machine on movie sets.
10. a fanatical golfer!
catherine zeta jones playing golf
She likes to play golf, a minimum of twice every week at a golf links next to her house in Bermuda. In 2005, she was a neighborhood of the winning European team of " The All- Star Cup, " a star version of golf' s Ryder Cup, where her husband was on the losing American team.
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