Actress Rose Byrne

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Australian actress Rose Byrne gain global attention in 2002 after playing the character of Dormé in film Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones. She is also famous for playing leading roles in the following movies: Troy (2004), 28 Weeks Later (2007), and Knowing (2009). Read more about Rose Byrne’s bio, age, body measurement, movies, birthday, dating, affair, family, net worth, Instagram, and many more.

Rose Byrne biography

Born on July 24, 1979 (40 years old as of 2020), Rose is an Australian actress. This section will let you know more about Rinku’s biography including Rose Byrne’s age, debut, birthday, nationality, profession, etc. Find here the right answer to queries like “Rose Byrne’s birthday,” “Rose Byrne age,” and “how old is Rose Byrne.” The following is a brief intro to Byrne’s bio.

Rose Byrne biography
  • Birth/Real Name – Mary Rose Byrne (Nickname –Chabs, Rosie)
  • Born – July 24, 1979
  • Age – 40 years
  • Birth Place – Balmain, New South Wales, Australia
  • Birth Sign (Zodiac) – Leo
  • Birthday Month – July
  • Nationality – Australia
  • Ethnicity – White (Irish and Scottish)
  • Religion – Agnosticism
  • Education – University of Sydney (Atlantic Theater Company)
  • Profession – Actress
  • Debut Movie – Dallas Doll (1994)
  • Famous for – Dormé in film Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones

Rose Byrne height, weight, and body measurement

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Rose Byrne height, weight, body measurement
  • Height – 168 cm in centimeters, 1.68 m in meter and 5’6” inches in feet
  • Weight – 51 kg in kilograms and 112 lbs in pounds
  • Body Measurements – 32-26-33
  • Bra Size – 32 inches
  • Cup Size – B
  • Breast Size – 32 inches (81cm)
  • Waist Size – 24 inches (59cm)
  • Hip Size – 33 inches (83cm)
  • Shoe Size – 8 (US) or 38.5 (EU) or 5.5 (UK)
  • Dress Size – 2 (US)
  • Hair Color – Dark brown
  • Eye Color – Dark brown
  • Body Type – Hourglass
  • Build – Slim
  • Sexuality – Straight
  • Tattoo – No
  • Distinctive Features – Hair and eyes

Rose Byrne family, affairs, dating (relationship status)

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  • Father – Robin Byrne
  • Mother – Jane Byrne
  • Husband/spouse – Actor Bobby Cannavale (2012–present)
  • Marital Status – Married
  • Siblings – George Byrne (Older Brother), Alice Byrne (Older Sister), Lucy Byrne (Older Sister)
  • Children – Rafa Cannavale, Rocco Cannavale
  • Affair(s) – Gregor Jordan, Brendan Cowell, and Bobby Cannavale

Rose Byrne Instagram pictures

Australian actress Rose Byrne is searched by more than 300k followers on Instagram, a photo-sharing platform. Rose Byrne Instagram images are followed by millions of her fans.

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Rose Byrne latest news

Rose Byrne wishes her longtime partner Bobby Cannavale a happy 50th birthday.

Rose Byrne net worth

  • Several websites display Rose Byrne’s net worth as of 2020 is estimated to be $20 million. Her net worth or money stat in 2019 was $16 million.  
  • Rose Byrnenet worth in 2020 – $20 million (US dollars)

Rose Byrne movies/filmography/television shows

The Australian actress has worked in various films and she is famous for portraying the role of Briseis in 2004 film Troy in 2004. Go through the following list to know more about Rose Byrne films and television programs (existing and upcoming).

Rose Movies

  • 1994 – Dallas Doll                             
  • 1999 – Two Hands                           
  • 2000 – My Mother Frank and The Goddess of 1967                         
  • 2002 – Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones and City of Ghosts                    
  • 2003 – I Capture the Castle, The Night We Called It a Day, The Rage in Placid Lake, and Take Away            
  • 2004 – Troy and Wicker Park      
  • 2005 – The Tenants        
  • 2006 – Marie Antoinette and The Dead Girl         
  • 2007 – Sunshine and 28 Weeks Later                      
  • 2008 – Just Buried and The Tender Hook                              
  • 2009 – Knowing and Adam          
  • 2010 – I Love You Too, Get Him to the Greek, and Insidious                         
  • 2011 – Bridesmaids and X-Men: First Class                           
  • 2012 – The Place Beyond the Pines         
  • 2013 – I Give It a Year, The Internship, The Turning, and Insidious: Chapter 2       
  • 2014 – Neighbors, Adult Beginners, This Is Where I Leave You, Annie, and Unity
  • 2015 – Spy and The Meddler      
  • 2016 – Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising and X-Men: Apocalypse                        
  • 2017 –   I Love You, Daddy                           
  • 2018 –   Insidious: The Last Key, Juliet, Naked, Peter Rabbit, and Instant Family  
  • 2019 – I Am Mother, Jexi, and Martha the Monster        
  • 2020 – Like a Boss, Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway, and Irresistible             

Rose TV shows

1995 – Echo Point            

TV Shows
  • 1997 – Fallen Angels and Wildside           
  • 1999 – Big Sky and Heartbreak High        
  • 2000 – Murder Call         
  • 2005 – Casanova              
  • 2007 – Damages
  • 2013 – Portlandia and Hollywood Game Night    
  • 2016 – Last Week Tonight with John Oliver and No Activity          
  • 2017 – The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
  • 2018 – War on Waste and Angie Tribeca
  • 2019 – At Home with Amy Sedaris           
  • 2020 – Mrs. America

Rose awards and accolades

  • Two Golden Globe Awards nominations
  • Two Primetime Emmy Award nominations
  • Included in the list of Most Beautiful People of 2007
  • 2014 AACTA Award for Best Lead Actress
  • 2000 Volpi Cup for Best Actress
  • 2012 and 2015 MTV Movie Award for Best Jaw Dropping Moment
  • 2007 AACTA Awards – Australian Film Institute International Award for Best Actress
  • 2015 AACTA Trailblazer Award
  • 2016 Glamour Award for Comedy Actress

Rose interview/personal quotes

“The concept of growing up is so hard to quantify. What have you learned and how have you changed and how have you stayed exactly the same? As I get older, it’s something I reflect on more and more. Especially as the generations go on. We wait longer to have families, we wait longer to have responsibilities. Everyone used to be married by 20 and pregnant immediately. “

“I think it’s only through learning, and doing something uncomfortable, that you can actually change. That’s why I wanted to do a play. I was so scared of it and I knew my brain would really be stretched and it was going to be hard. And it was hard and uncomfortable. Instead of naturally wanting to avoid all those feelings I need to lean toward them more. But saying that, don’t ask me to make a lasagna or a Coq au vin. “

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