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In an interview she gave to Fox Television Network, she admitted blushingly that she had accepted the role of Galadriel, the Elf Queen, in the Lord of the Rings trilogy because she always wanted to appear in a movie wearing pointed ears.When asked if this was her first turn as a lesbian, the Oscar winner smiled and said, 'On film — or in real life?His American accent made him an exotic figure to his elder daughter as she grew up in Melbourne.Cate has two siblings: an her older brother, Bob, is a computer systems engineer, and her younger sister, Genevieve, worked as a theatrical designer and received her Bachelor of Design in Architecture in April 2008.“I thought the most important thing was security, because of my mother; it was insecure bringing up three children by herself.I thought, I want to do something more practical, so I decided to study economics and fine arts.” After studying at the University of Melbourne she left Australia to travel overseas and gain life experience.Blanchett discovered the pleasures of playacting long before her father died, but she never intended to make it her career.“Acting was fun, but I don’t think it crossed my mind that I could do it,” she says.
A fellow guest at a hotel in Cairo asked if she wanted to be an extra in a movie, and the next day she found herself in a crowd scene cheering for an American boxer losing to an Egyptian in the film , starring the Egyptian actor Ahmad Zaki.
During the live broadcast conference, a journalist pointed out to the Blue Jasmine star that she is the first ever Australian to take home two Academy Awards for acting - her first being in 2004 for portraying Katherine Hepburn in The Aviator.
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She dreaded the experience and walked off from the movie. Some ideas, like what you’re going to do with your life, take time to form.
However, Cate found she couldn’t get away from acting, and she ended up studying in Sydney at the National Institute of Dramatic Art. When something is a vocation, you don’t really make a decision about it.” During Cate’s final year at the National Institute of Dramatic Art in 1992, she starred in a production of Sophocles’ Electra and made one very important fan.