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|name = Cate Blanchett<br>[[Wikipedia:Order of Australia|AC]]
 
|name = Cate Blanchett<br>[[Wikipedia:Order of Australia|AC]]
|born = Catherine Élise Blanchett<br>[[May 14]], [[1969]] (age 50)<br>Ivanhoe VIC, [[Australia]]
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|born = Catherine Élise Blanchett<br>[[May 14]], [[1969]] (age 51)<br>Ivanhoe VIC, [[Australia]]
 
|nationality = [[File:Flag of Australia.png|20px]] Australian<br>[[File:Flag of the United States.png|20px]] American
 
|nationality = [[File:Flag of Australia.png|20px]] Australian<br>[[File:Flag of the United States.png|20px]] American
 
|occupation(s) = Actress, theatre director
 
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|children = Dashiell John Upton<br>Roman Robert Upton<br>Ignatius Martin Upton<br>Edith Vivian Patricia Upton (adopted)
 
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}}'''Catherine Élise "Cate" Blanchett''', [[Wikipedia:Order of Australia|AC]] is an Australian-American actress and theatre director, who came to international attention for her role as {{WikipediaLink|Elizabeth I of England}} in the [[1998]] biographical film ''[[Wikipedia:Elizabeth (film)|Elizabeth]]'' (which she received an Academy Award nomination for) and its [[2007]] sequel ''{{WikipediaLink|Elizabeth: The Golden Age}}''. She is also well known for her roles as [http://warner-bros-characters.wikia.com/wiki/Galadriel Galadriel] in Peter Jackson's ''[[Wikipedia:The Lord of the Rings (film series)|The Lord of the Rings]]'' and ''[[Wikipedia:The Hobbit (film series)|The Hobbit]]'' trilogies, and as {{WikipediaLink|Katharine Hepburn}} in [[Martin Scorsese]]'s [[2004]] biographical drama film ''[[Wikipedia:The Aviator (2004 film)|The Aviator]]'', which earned her an {{WikipediaLink|Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress}}, and later won an {{WikipediaLink|Academy Award for Best Actress}} for her performance as Jeanette "Jasmine" Francis in Woody Allen's black comedy-drama film ''Blue Jasmine'', and was subsequently nominated in the romantic period drama film ''Carol''. She also voiced Hiccups mother Valka in the DreamWorks ''How to Train Your Dragon'' franchise.
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}}'''Catherine Élise "Cate" Blanchett''', [[Wikipedia:Order of Australia|AC]] is an Australian-American actress and theatre director, who came to international attention for her role as {{WikipediaLink|Elizabeth I of England}} in the [[1998]] biographical film, ''[[Wikipedia:Elizabeth (film)|Elizabeth]]'' (which she received an Academy Award nomination for) and its [[2007]] sequel, ''{{WikipediaLink|Elizabeth: The Golden Age}}''. She is also well known for her roles as [http://warner-bros-characters.wikia.com/wiki/Galadriel Galadriel] in Peter Jackson's ''[[Wikipedia:The Lord of the Rings (film series)|The Lord of the Rings]]'' and ''[[Wikipedia:The Hobbit (film series)|The Hobbit]]'' trilogies, and as {{WikipediaLink|Katharine Hepburn}} in [[Martin Scorsese]]'s [[2004]] biographical drama film, ''[[Wikipedia:The Aviator (2004 film)|The Aviator]]'', which earned her an {{WikipediaLink|Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress}}, and later won an {{WikipediaLink|Academy Award for Best Actress}} for her performance as Jeanette "Jasmine" Francis in Woody Allen's black comedy-drama film, ''Blue Jasmine'', and was subsequently nominated in the romantic period drama film, ''Carol''. She even voiced Hiccup's mother, Valka in the DreamWorks ''How to Train Your Dragon'' franchise.
   
For [[The Walt Disney Company|Disney]], she played Jane Winslett-Richardson in the [[2004]] [[Touchstone Pictures]] film, ''[[The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou]]'' and portrayed [[Lady Tremaine]] in the [[2015]] [[Walt Disney Pictures|Disney]] live-action adaptation of ''[[Cinderella (2015 film)|Cinderella]]''. She also voiced [[Granmamare]] in the Disney English dub of ''[[Ponyo (film)|Ponyo]]''. She also played {{WikipediaLink|Veronica Guerin}} in the [[2003]] [[Touchstone Pictures]] [[Wikipedia:Veronica Guerin (film)|film of the same name]] and Colonel-Doctor Irina Spalko in ''Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull''. She even played [[Hela]] in the [[Marvel Studios|Marvel]] superhero film ''[[Thor: Ragnarok]]''.
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For [[The Walt Disney Company|Disney]], she played Jane Winslett-Richardson in the [[2004]] [[Touchstone Pictures]] film, ''[[The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou]]'' and portrayed [[Lady Tremaine]] in the [[2015]] [[Walt Disney Pictures|Disney]] live-action adaptation of ''[[Cinderella (2015 film)|Cinderella]]''. She also voiced [[Granmamare]] in the Disney English dub of ''[[Ponyo (film)|Ponyo]]''. In addition, she played {{WikipediaLink|Veronica Guerin}} in the [[2003]] [[Touchstone Pictures]] [[Wikipedia:Veronica Guerin (film)|film of the same name]] and Colonel-Doctor Irina Spalko in ''Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull''. She even played [[Hela]] in the [[Marvel Studios|Marvel]] superhero film, ''[[Thor: Ragnarok]], ''as well as Elaine Wolff in ''The Simpsons'' episode "The Way of the Dog"
   
 
==Disney Roles==
 
==Disney Roles==
 
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Ponyo-disneyscreencaps.com-11617.jpg|'''[[Granmamare]]'''<br>''[[Ponyo (film)|Ponyo]]''<br>(Disney dub)
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Ponyo-disneyscreencaps.com-11617.jpg|'''[[Granmamare]]'''<br>(''[[Ponyo (film)|Ponyo]]''; Disney dub)
Cinderella 2015 29.jpg|'''[[Lady Tremaine]]'''<br>''[[Cinderella (2015 film)|Cinderella]]''<br>([[2015]] live-action adaptation)
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Cinderella 2015 29.jpg|'''[[Lady Tremaine]]'''<br>(''[[Cinderella (2015 film)|Cinderella]]''; [[2015]] live-action adaptation)
 
Thor Rangnarok - Photography - Hela.jpg|'''[[Hela]]'''<br>(''[[Thor: Ragnarok]]'')
 
Thor Rangnarok - Photography - Hela.jpg|'''[[Hela]]'''<br>(''[[Thor: Ragnarok]]'')
 
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Catherine Élise "Cate" BlanchettAC is an Australian-American actress and theatre director, who came to international attention for her role as Elizabeth I of England in the 1998 biographical film, Elizabeth (which she received an Academy Award nomination for) and its 2007 sequel, Elizabeth: The Golden Age. She is also well known for her roles as Galadriel in Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies, and as Katharine Hepburn in Martin Scorsese's 2004 biographical drama film, The Aviator, which earned her an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, and later won an Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance as Jeanette "Jasmine" Francis in Woody Allen's black comedy-drama film, Blue Jasmine, and was subsequently nominated in the romantic period drama film, Carol. She even voiced Hiccup's mother, Valka in the DreamWorks How to Train Your Dragon franchise.

For Disney, she played Jane Winslett-Richardson in the 2004 Touchstone Pictures film, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou and portrayed Lady Tremaine in the 2015 Disney live-action adaptation of Cinderella. She also voiced Granmamare in the Disney English dub of Ponyo. In addition, she played Veronica Guerin in the 2003 Touchstone Pictures film of the same name and Colonel-Doctor Irina Spalko in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. She even played Hela in the Marvel superhero film, Thor: Ragnarok, as well as Elaine Wolff in The Simpsons episode "The Way of the Dog"

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