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Kate Bosworth: Height 5' 5" Born January 2 1983 in Los Angeles, California, USA
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Kate Bosworth: Unlike the characters Kate Bosworth has portrayed in television and in film which are known as "townies", Kate spent most of her childhood in different cities and states. At age 6, she and her parents moved to San Francisco, then to Connecticut at 9, and to Cohasset, Massachusetts, at 14. It was at 14 that Kate, a champion equestrian, learned of a casting call for a movie about horses.
Although Kate attended the open audition in New York for the Robert Redford film The Horse Whisperer (1998) simply in hopes of getting the experience of what it was like to audition for a movie role, she won the role of the female lead's best friend and the chance to work with director/star Robert Redford. Her previous acting experience had consisted of singing at county fairs in California and acting in a community theatre production of "Annie". However, since landing the movie role, Kate seemed to be in more sound stages than ranches. Fearful that an early career would rob her of her childhood, she took 18 months off to live a normal life before opting to plunge into acting again. In 2000, she landed the role of the bratty sister in the feature film The Newcomers (2000) and the part of a football co-captain's girlfriend in the Denzel Washington movie Remember the Titans (2000).
Throughout high school, Kate maintained academic excellence and was an honour roll student and a member of National Honour Society. In her spare time, she has volunteered with various non-profit organisations, including a Los Angeles program for physically challenged children who learn to ride horses with assistance.
Her eyes are two different colors: Brown and Blue. This condition is known as Heterochromia.
Veteran member of the Appalachia Service Project. This is a non-profit organization which for 8 weeks each summer sends groups to the Appalachian region to build and repair homes for families living there.
Is a member of the National Honor Society.
Used a family Christmas card photo as the required headshot for the audition of The Horse Whisperer (1998).
Is a champion equestrian.
Played varsity soccer and lacrosse in high school.
Has two cats, Louise and Dusty.
Visited boyfriend Orlando Bloom in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, while he was filming the movie Troy (2004).
She has been accepted to Princeton University, but she has repeatedly deferred her acceptance probably for the sake of movie production.
Her natural hair color is brown.
Was the first choice for the role of "Gail" in Sin City (2005).
Shares a birthday with Brandon DeShazer, Cuba Gooding Jr., Taye Diggs and Dax Shepard.
Is fluent in Spanish.
Named #38 on the Maxim magazine Hot 100 of 2005 list.
Ranked as #60 in FHM's "100 Sexiest Women in the World 2005" special supplement. (2005).
Rated #8 in Maxim's Hot 100 of 2006.
Rated #2 on E!'s list of 2006's "Girls of Summer".
She has different colored eyes, her left is blue, her right is brown.
Split with boyfriend Orlando Bloom [September 5, 2006].
Considered for the role of Susan Storm/Invisible Girl in _Fantastic Four (2005)_.
Named #69 in FHM magazine's "100 Sexiest Women in the World 2006" supplement. (2006).
At the 2006 Melbourne Cup, she presented the trophy to the winning connections of the Motorola Mackinnon Stakes on Derby Day.
Judge of the Women's Classic Racewear at the 2006 Melbourne Cup.
Served as Co-Chair at the Fifth Annual "Summer of Love Art Party" at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City. (2007).
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