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December 18, 1968 (54)
Rachel Griffiths is an Australian actress, celebrated for her poignant performances in both film and television. She first garnered international recognition through her role as Rhonda Epinstalk in the film “Muriel’s Wedding” (1994) and further cemented her position in the industry by portraying Brenda Chenowith in the critically acclaimed television series “Six Feet Under” (2001-2005).
With a career spanning several decades, Griffiths’ body of work is extensive and varied. Her performances in films such as “Hilary and Jackie” (1998), where she played the role of Hilary du Pré, earned her widespread acclaim. Meanwhile, her portrayal of Brenda Chenowith in “Six Feet Under” was met with critical acclaim. Her venture into the realm of directing with the film “Ride Like A Girl” (2019) was a testament to her multifaceted career in the entertainment industry.
Throughout her illustrious career, Griffiths has collaborated with numerous notable figures in the industry. Her on-screen chemistry with Peter Krause in “Six Feet Under” was well received, while her work with Emily Watson and David Morrissey in “Hilary and Jackie” was critically acclaimed. Other notable collaborations include working with Guy Pearce in “Dating the Enemy” (1996), Toni Collette in “Muriel’s Wedding” (1994), and Michael C. Hall in “Six Feet Under” (2001-2005). Further, she shared screen space with actors like Johnny Depp in “Blow” (2001), James Woods in “Ride” (1998), and Joseph Gordon-Levitt in “Hesher” (2010). Griffiths also directed Teresa Palmer in “Ride Like A Girl” (2019), showcasing her ability to excel both in front of and behind the camera.
Griffiths’ prowess has not gone unnoticed in the industry, earning her a string of awards and distinctions. She was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in “Hilary and Jackie” (1998). Additionally, her portrayal of Brenda Chenowith in “Six Feet Under” earned her several nominations, including two Emmy Awards nominations and a Golden Globe Award, which she won in 2002 for Best Actress in a Television Series – Drama. The AACTA Award for Best Lead Actress was also bestowed upon her for her directorial debut in “Ride Like A Girl” (2019).