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Rachel Weisz : Actress Height, Weight, Age, Movies, Biography, News, Images & Videos

Rachel Hannah Weisz is a British-American actress. She is the recipient of several accolades, including an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award, and a British Academy Film Award

Rachel Weisz
Name : Rachel Weisz
Birth Date : 07 March 1970
Birth Place : Westminster, London, United Kingdom
Nationality :
Height : 1.68 m
Occupation : Actress

Weisz began acting in British stage and television in the early 1990s, and made her film debut in Death Machine.


Rachel Weisz Movies and TV Shows

  • 360 [25 July 2012 (France)]

    Set in the 21st century, the film chronicles the stories of a group of people from various cities and countries as their lives are connected with each other, involving suspense, romance and thriller.

  • About a Boy [26 April 2002 (Ireland)]

    A comedy-drama starring Hugh Grant as Will, a rich, child-free and irresponsible Londoner in his thirties who, in search of available women, invents an imaginary son and starts attending single parent meetings. As a result of one of his liaisons, he meets Marcus, an odd 12-year-old boy with problems at school. Gradually, Will and Marcus become friends, and as Will teaches Marcus how to be a cool kid, Marcus helps Will to finally grow up.… MORE

  • Agora [9 October 2009 (Spain)]

    Amidst the increasing influence of Christianity on the Roman Empire, Greek philosopher and teacher Hypatia finds herself targeted for favouring science over faith.

  • An Officer and a Spy [13 November 2019 (Switzerland)]

    In 1894, Alfred Dreyfus is wrongfully convicted of treason and sentenced to life imprisonment.

  • Beautiful Creatures [19 January 2013 (Russia)]

    Ethan awaits the day he can leave his small town and go to college. He falls in love with Lena, who is shunned by all. Ethan learns that she's a witch, and they must find a way to save their love.

  • Bent [4 October 1997 (Japan)]

    In 1930s Berlin, homosexual Max (Clive Owen) sleeps with German officer Wolf (Nikolaj Waldau), only to see him killed by his fellow Nazis the next morning. Fleeing with his boyfriend, Rudy (Brian Webber), Max is eventually caught and forced to beat his partner to death on a train to prove they have no connection. He's then sent to Dachau concentration camp and meets Horst (Lothaire Bluteau), a proud gay man also bound for the camp. Despite their harsh surroundings, the two fall in love.… MORE

  • Chain Reaction [2 August 1996 (USA)]

    When a high profile scientist at the University of Chicago is murdered, Eddie, an undergraduate, and physicist Lily are framed and accused of stealing an innovative alternative fuel formula.

  • Complete Unknown [August 2016 (Greece)]

    A married man (Michael Shannon) is convinced that an unexpected guest (Rachel Weisz) at his birthday party is a former lover, but she denies knowing him.

  • Confidence [25 April 2003 (USA)]

    Jake Vig, along with his gang members, decides to work with the notorious criminal, The King, in a bid to avenge his friend's murder.

  • Constantine [25 February 2005 (India)]

    Detective Angela approaches Constantine, an exorcist, to help her investigate her twin sister's death. As he digs deeper, he realises a dark conspiracy which could threaten the world.

  • Death Machine [26 August 1995 (South Korea)]

    Chaank Armaments is experimenting with the ultimate fighting machine which is part human, part machine. So far, the Hardman project has been unreliable and has killed a number of innocent people. The genius behind this project is Jack who lives in a world of models, toys and magazines. When he is fired by Cale for killing a few corporate officers, he unleashes the ultimate killing machine called the `Warbeast' against Cale and those who would help her.… MORE

  • Definitely, Maybe [8 February 2008 (United Kingdom)]

    A 30-something father in the midst of a divorce is questioned by his 10-year-old daughter about his life before marriage.

  • Denial [10 March 2017 (Brazil)]

    In 1993 Deborah Lipstadt and Penguin Books published `Denying the Holocaust'. Two years later the English author David Irving sued her for libel on the grounds that her book had ruined his once well-regarded career as an historian by accusing him of deliberately distorting historical facts. The resulting court case puts the onus on her legal team to prove that the Holocaust did indeed take place. Based on a true story.… MORE

  • Dirt Music [8 October 2020 (Australia)]

    A woman falls in love with a mysterious loner who's haunted by a tragic accident from the past.

  • Disobedience [10 September 2017 (Canada)]

    After the death of her father, Ronit, a young woman, returns to an orthodox community that cast her out as a child. However, she ends up igniting her passion for her childhood friend.

  • Dream House [29 September 2011 (Russia)]

    Publisher Will Atenton (Daniel Craig) quits a lucrative job in New York to relocate his wife, Libby (Rachel Weisz), and their daughters to a quaint town in New England. As they settle into their home, however, the Atentons discover that a woman and her children were murdered there, and the surviving husband is the town's prime suspect. With help from a neighbor (Naomi Watts) who was close to the murdered family, Will pieces together a horrifying chain of events.… MORE

  • Enemy at the Gates [16 March 2001 (Ireland, United Kingdom)]

    Russian sniper, Vasily Zaytsev, kills Nazi German soldiers one by one during the Battle of Stalingrad in 1942-1943. German Major Konig is ordered to slay Vasily to restore Adolf Hitler's honour.

  • Envy [30 April 2004 (USA)]

    Tim and Nick are best friends, neighbours and co-workers. When one of Nick's seemingly crazy inventions succeeds, Tim finds himself engulfed in flames of jealousy as Nick's fortunes grow outrageously.

  • Eragon [15 December 2006 (India)]

    Eragon, a farm boy, stumbles upon a dragon's egg. He befriends the dragon cub and rides it only to realise that he is destined to be a dragon rider who must save his people from an evil king.

  • Fred Claus [3 November 2007 (Hollywood)]

    Fred, Santa Claus's older brother, has landed in jail for stealing. However, Santa agrees to bail him out on the condition that Fred comes to the North Pole and makes toys for Christmas.

  • Going All the Way [January 1997]

    Korean War--era veterans and ex-classmates "Gunner" Casselman (Ben Affleck) and "Sonny" Burns (Jeremy Davies) reunite upon their return home. Gunner, who spent the war years abroad, is trying to convince his mother that his gal Marty (Rachel Weisz) is good enough for him, while Sonny, who was stationed stateside, is torn between loyal Buddy (Amy Locane) and tempting Gale Ann (Rose McGowan). As they commiserate, the men realize that they're outgrowing the lives they lived before the war.… MORE

  • I Want You [5 December 2014 (India)]

    After learning of his true lineage, Moses, a former general, rises against Pharaoh Ramesses II to help the Hebrews escape from Egypt. He faces several challenges and is strongly opposed by Ramesses.

  • My Blueberry Nights [16 November 2007 (Canada)]

    Elizabeth is heart broken, seeking solace, she takes a soul-searching journey to resolve her questions about love, and encounters a series of offbeat characters along the way.

  • My Cousin Rachel [9 June 2017 (USA)]

    Philip intends to hold his cousin, Rachel Ashley, accountable for her husband's murder. However, as he gets closer to the truth, he realises that he has fallen under her spell.

  • My Summer with Des [25 May 1998]

    Down on his luck, an Englishman (Neil Morrissey) falls in love with a beautiful woman (Rachel Weisz).

  • Oz The Great And Powerful [8 March 2013 (India)]

    Oscar Diggs escapes from the circus he works for and lands in the Land of Oz where he meets a witch, Theodora. She assumes that he is a wizard who has been hired to kill her competitor.

  • Page Eight [28 August 2011 (United Kingdom)]

    Johnny Worricker, a seasoned MI5 officer, is forced to walk out of his job and identity. He embarks on a quest to find the truth when his boss dies, leaving behind an inexplicable file.

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  • Runaway Jury [17 October 2003 (USA)]

    Celeste, a widow, sues Vicksburg Firearms, the company responsible for making the weapon that killed her husband. However, the jury is up for sale and it will pass the verdict to the first bidder.

  • Stealing Beauty [29 March 1996 (Italy)]

    When she was 15, pretty but callow Lucy Harmon (Liv Tyler) visited the Tuscan town where her mother once enchanted the local male population. Four years later, in the wake of her mother's suicide, Lucy returns to the village. She plans to write some poetry, learn more about her family history and reunite with a boy she once kissed. Surveying an expansive field of suitors, Lucy finds herself taken with unattainable Alex (Jeremy Irons), as her journey imparts some unexpected lessons about love.… MORE

  • Sunshine [17 December 1999 (Canada)]

    The story of three generations of the Sonnenscheins, a Jewish-Hungarian family that began when Hungary was ruled by the Austro-Hungarian empire, changed their name to Sors in order to survive the years of Nazi occupation, and now faces the fallout of the postwar Communist legacy.

  • Swept from the Sea [9 September 1997]

    Amy (Rachel Weisz), a maid in the house of wealthy Miss Swaffer (Kathy Bates), falls for a Russian stranger named Yanko (Vincent Perez) after his boat mistakenly washes up in the seaside village where she lives. Despite the villagers' wariness of Yanko, Amy cultivates a relationship with him, while Miss Swaffer's doctor, James (Ian McKellen), teaches him English. When Amy marries Yanko, despite the objections of James -- who secretly pines for the sailor -- tragedy lurks around the corner.… MORE

  • The Bourne Legacy [10 August 2012 (India)]

    The US Department of Defense, which runs covert operations, offers stimulants to its field operatives for better results. When discovered, an English reporter plans to expose these secret activities.

  • The Brothers Bloom [10 July 2009 (India)]

    Stephen and Bloom are the world's most successful con men. But Bloom wants to be out of the business. Stephen convinces him to pull off one final job, an eccentric East Coast heiress Penelope.

  • The Constant Gardener [31 August 2005 (USA)]

    Justin Quayle is crushed when his wife is found murdered. He is determined to find the killer no matter how dangerous his investigation may prove.

  • The Deep Blue Sea [25 November 2011 (Ireland)]

    Hester, the younger wife of a British judge embarks on a passionate affair with a handsome pilot, who throws her life in turmoil. She is then tossed between real love and passion.

  • The Favourite [14 November 2018 (USA)]

    Queen Anne of England falls sick while her close aide Sarah Churchill oversees the country's important matters. Soon, things take a turn when Sarah's cousin Abigail starts serving the queen.

  • The Fountain [22 November 2006 (USA)]

    Three people living in different centuries embark on a search for the tree of life in order to protect their loved ones and receive the gift of immortality.

  • The Land Girls [12 June 1998 (Switzerland)]

    In World War II-era England, the government organizes an all-women workforce and sends female recruits to rural parts of the nation to take the place of farmers who left their land to serve in the military. The scholarly Ag (Rachel Weisz), spirited Prue (Anna Friel) and fanciful Stella (Catherine McCormack) are three such recruits who move from their urban homes to toil in the country. There the so-called "Land Girls" transcend their contrasting social backgrounds to form lifelong bonds.… MORE

  • The Light Between Oceans [2016 (Spain)]

    Tom, a war veteran, and his wife are a childless couple who find a baby lost at sea and adopt her. However, when the child's biological mother enters their lives, their happy family falls apart.

  • The Lobster [16 October 2015 (United Kingdom)]

    In a dystopian society, single people must find a mate within 45 days or be transformed into an animal of their choice.

  • The Lovely Bones [19 March 2010 (India)]

    Susie, a 14-year-old girl, gets murdered, but she refuses to move on since she has unfinished business. Her spirit continues to watch over her family trying to reveal her murderer's name to them.

  • The Mercy [28 November 2017 (New York)]

    Yachtsman Donald Crowhurst creates an outrageous account of his disastrous attempt to win the 1968 Golden Globe Race.

  • The Mummy []

  • The Mummy Returns [4 May 2001 (USA)]

    When an archaeologist couple's son finds the Bracelet of Anubis, it locks onto his wrist. A cult resurrects Imhotep, an evil Egyptian high priest, who needs the bracelet to defeat the Scorpion King.

  • The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor [24 July 2008 (Russia)]

    After being asked to visit China with a precious relic, which is capable of resurrecting people back from the dead, Alex O'Connell discovers an ancient tomb and accidentally resurrects a mummy.

  • The Shape of Things [9 May 2003 (USA)]

    Museum guard Adam's life is going nowhere. One day at work, he intervenes to stop Evelyn from defacing a piece and, intrigued by each other, the pair start an affair. Adam's best friends, Jenny and Phillip, notice changes in him, and start to question Evelyn's influence. Slowly, the relationships and loyalties between the four become more strained until, stretched to breaking point, a passionate denouement looms.… MORE

  • The Whistleblower [21 September 2011 (India)]

    A police officer, Kathy, gets a job with the UN in post-war Bosnia, but when she uncovers a human-trafficking ring, she gets fired. However, with some help, she is determined to blow the cover.

  • Tube Tales [16 November 1999]

    This anthology film features a series of stories with the common theme of the London subway system, known locally as "the tube." While certain contributions are playful, others are thoughtful and warm or even highly dramatic. Tying a number of the segments together is an aggressively helpful station guard (Frank Harper) who appears at various times. Though a few of the tales are emotionally wrenching, most deal with humorous situations involving everyday people.… MORE

  • Unbound Captives [Madeleine Stowe]

  • Youth [3 June 2016 (India)]

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FAQs About Rachel Weisz

What is birthdate of Rachel Weisz?

- 07 March 1970.

What is BirthPlace of Rachel Weisz?

- Westminster, London, United Kingdom.

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What is Height of Rachel Weisz?

- 1.68 m.

What is Age of Rachel Weisz?

- 53.

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