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Charlize Theron opened his eyes to the world on August 7, 1975, in a small village in South Africa called Benoni. He was the only child of a father who owned a road construction company and a mother who was a housewife. He spent most of his childhood years in the farm where his family worked. In those years, he learned to speak many languages, albeit halfway.
The actress, who can speak 28 different African languages, started taking ballet lessons when she was 6 years old with the support of her farm owners and her father. He enjoyed watching American movies in the open-air cinema 45 minutes from their home. Having watched the movies he bought at least 50 times, Charlize Theron began to show his passion for cinema from an early age.
Her ballet education provided the opportunity to be invited to Johannesburg for a professional education and also to enter the School for the Performing Arts. Her ballet and drama lessons at school enabled her to perform in performances such as The Swan Lake and Nutcracker.
He lost his father at the age of 13 but never thought of returning to Benoni. At the age of 16, he won the modeling competition and went to Italy. After signing a contract with an agency in Milan, it was the cover of many famous magazine magazines. A year later, she became famous as “the beauty who cannot speak a word” and in 1992 she was written to Joffrey Ballet in New York, where she went as a photo model for an American magazine magazine.
While continuing his education at Joffrey Ballet, he was working as a photomodel to make a living. When he thought that he was directing his life exactly as he wanted, he had to give up ballet and his dreams of becoming a professional ballerina when he unluckily hurt his knee.
At the age of 18, he followed his mother’s advice to Los Angeles. 8 months after his move, he managed to get a small role in a movie for the first time. In 1994, he was discovered by John Crosby, who also managed actors like John Hurt and Renee Russo, and began his professional acting career.
“2 Days in the Valley” (1996), in which he portrays Helga Svelgen, and “That Thing You Do!”, In which Tom Hanks played the character Tina, appeared before the audience. (1996) had his first serious experiences with his films.
In 1997, the movie “The Devil’s Advocate”, starring as Mary Ann Lomax and starring Keanu Reeves and Al Pacino, opened the doors to fame for Charlize. He was in front of the audience as Billie Tyler in “Trial and Error” back in 97.
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