Scott Hardie | August 19, 2001
Quick thought: In looking up stuff about "The Others," I discovered that Nicole Kidman was born in 1967, which means she's only 34 now. Wow. She seems it, I guess, but she's been around for so long and I thought she was older. She was 23 when "Days of Thunder" came out and she first became famous. Since she and Tom Cruise got married in December 1990, she was 23 at the time. (Cruise was 28.) That just stuns me. The good news is that, if she's only 34, she's probably got a long career ahead of her. Hollywood is tough on aging women, but there are still parts. I think she's fantastically talented (see her night and day change between Satine of "Moulin Rouge" and Grace of "The Others") and I hope that her career hasn't peaked yet.

Sophie Campion | June 24, 2002
nicole is really cool. she will go on forever and will be the best she can be. shes my favout actor


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