Robin Wright Biography
(First Actress to Win a Golden Globe for a Streaming TV Series)
Birthday: April 8, 1966 (Aries)
Born In: Dallas, Texas, United States
Robin Wright is an American actress and director best known for her works in films like ‘Message in a Bottle,’ ‘Forrest Gump,’ and ‘Unbreakable.’ She is also known for playing ‘Kelly Capwell’ in the popular television series ‘Santa Barbara.’ Born to highly accomplished parents in Texas, she was a bright and confident young girl during her growing up days. Her good looks, self-confidence, and desire to be famous led her to apply for modeling assignments as a teenager. At just 14, she began her professional career, working as a model and traveling around the world. Even though she realized early in her life that she wanted to make a name for herself in the show business, she returned to school to graduate. Upon graduation, she embarked on her ambition of making it big as an actress. In spite of not having any formal training in acting, she auditioned for and landed a role in the series ‘Santa Barbara.’ Eventually, her role in the series established her as a talented actress in the industry. After finding success in television, she went on to establish herself in the film industry as well. She then tried her hand at direction and directed 10 episodes of the popular TV series ‘House of Cards.’ Over the course of her career, she has received a ‘Golden Globe Award’ and several ‘Primetime Emmy Award’ nominations. In addition to being a career oriented woman, Robin is also a doting mother of two children.