Golden Globe, Venice Film Festival and Emmy nominated Australian actress Rose Byrne made her screen debut in 1994. Since, she has starred in an impressive collection of critically acclaimed films including Insidious, X-Men, First Class and The Place Beyond the Pines. In recent years, Byrne has shown some serious comedy chops, a trying task for a woman so beautiful, with award-winning hit comedy, Bridesmaids as well as Bad Neighbours and her latest comedy venture, Spy. Byrne has worked with noted directors such as Sofia Coppola, Peter Weir, George Lucas & Danny Boyle as well as co-stars to include Glenn Close, Heath Leger, Bradley Cooper and Ryan Gosling, reaffirming her place amongst Hollywood royalty. With Peter Rabbit & Juliet, Naked in post-production stages, 2018 is set to be another successful year for the actress and mother.
“I think being funny comes with an authority that people find hard to give women in general, the power to make a joke, to have the punchline – it can be very competitive”
Rose Byrne on Balancing Her Quiet Life and Big Career