Facts About Catherine Zeta-Jones
Catherine Zeta-Jones have taken breaths around:205,351,200 breaths of air
Catherine Zeta-Jones have spent time for eating & drinking around:25.6 months eating and drinking
Catherine Zeta-Jones heart has beaten around:1,971,371,520 times
Catherine Zeta-Jones have eaten around:37.8 tons of food
Catherine Zeta-Jones have slept around:17.3 years sleeping
Catherine Zeta-Jones have laughed around:190,140 times
Catherine Zeta-Jones is a famous and very charming American actress of Welsh origin, as well as a successful model, dancer, stage actress, and civil activist. She was born in 1969 in Swansea, Wales, and spent her childhood in that wonderful city. Her stage debut took place when Catherine was only 10 years old and started playing in a local children's theater. With the total support of her family, who were one hundred percent sure that a bright artistic future is waiting for Catherine, she continued performing in the theater and singing in the local Catholic choir. When she was 15 years old she was taken to London. She went on pursuing her show business career by extending the number of theater stages where she starred. Her cinema debut took place in the early 1990s, in such historic movies as "Christopher Columbus" and "Indiana Jones Chronicles". To continue her career in Hollywood, Catherine moved to the US. In 1996, two movies which put Catherine to the peak of her fame were released, "Catherine The Great" and "Titanic". Very soon, one more brilliant movie, "The Mask of Zorro" (with Antonio Banderas and Anthony Hopkins), was released. To play a role in that movie, Catherine was recommended to its director, Martin Campbell, by Steven Spielberg. Other successful and loved movies by Catherine's fans include "Entrapment", "Intolerable Cruelty", "The Terminal", "Ocean's Twelve", and "No Reservations". In 2000 Catherine got married to Michael Douglas and the couple has two children.