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Sandra Bullock Biography and Filmography
Sandra Bullock
Birthday: July 26, 1964
Birth Place: Arlington, Virginia, USA
Height: 5' 7"
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Giving new meaning to the term America's Sweetheart, Sandra Bullock won over scores of filmgoers and critics with her wholesome, exuberant portrayals of ordinary women in extraordinary circumstances. Since her breakthrough role as Speed's unwitting heroine, Bullock has enjoyed the type of popularity that was in the past reserved for actresses along the lines of Mary Pickford or Shirley Temple.Born in Washington, D.C., on July 26, 1964, Bullock was the elder daughter of a vocal coach dad and an opera singer mom. Touring through Europe with her mother, Bullock was given her first taste of show business while still a child. Back in the States, she attended high school in Virginia and was a popular cheerleader, whose classmates dubbed her the person Most Likely to Brighten Your Day. After a stint at East Carolina University, Bullock took her sunny nature to New York, where she began concentrating on an acting career. After tending bar and studying her craft with dramatician Sanford Meisner, she got her start with a number of stage productions. It was for one of these productions, the off-Broadway No Time Flat, that Bullock received a rave review for her portrayal of a Southern belle, the strength of which was enough to land her an agent. Television work followed, with a small role in the 1989 Bionic Showdown: The Six-Million-Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman and, after her migration to Los Angeles, Melanie Griffith's role in the short-lived television version of Working Girl. Miraculously surviving the widespread career fallout that surrounded her first starring film role in Love Potion No. 9 (1992), the actress went on the following year to star in the similarly ill-fated The Thing Called Love. However, things began to look up the same year when the struggling actress became the last-minute replacement for Lori Petty in the Sylvester Stallone action flick Demolition Man. Though her role was essentially limited to intermittent saliva exchanges with Stallone, her performance won the attention of the film's producer, Joel Silver, who in turn recommended her to Jan de Bont. De Bont, then in the process of casting his upcoming bus-with-a-bomb action film, chose the struggling actress for the part of Annie, the film's reluctant heroine. In casting Bullock against Keanu Reeves, de Bont reportedly came up against considerable resistance from studio executives, who wanted someone blonde and buxom for the part. The director persevered and, in 1994, Bullock took her place in movie history as part of Speed, one of the most successful action films ever made. The film propelled the actress to stardom, surprising no one more than Bullock herself, who later remarked, "never in a million years did I think a bus movie would open every door I ever possibly wanted open."Doors now wide open, Bullock next starred in the 1995 romantic comedy While You Were Sleeping. The film was a critical and commercial hit, and the actress followed it up with a screen adaptation of John Grisham's A Time to Kill, co-starring Ashley Judd and Matthew McConaughey. The success of that film was the last that Bullock would enjoy for a while, as she then entered something of a sophomore slump with disappointments such as In Love and War (1996), Two If By Sea (1996), and, perhaps most excruciating, Speed 2: Cruise Control (1997). Fortunately for Bullock, her audiences seemed to be inclined to forgive and forget, and she had a modest rebound with the following year's Hope Floats, which also happened to be the first project of the production company she founded, Fortis Films. The same year, Bullock also starred in another romantic comedy, Practical Magic, opposite Nicole Kidman. The film provided another modest success for Bullock, who, back in the saddle again, proceeded to do yet another romantic comedy, this time starring with Ben Affleck in Forces of Nature (1999). Although the film proved to be a critical and commercial disappointment, Bullock was back on the radar with a number of projects in 2000, including the critically disembowelled comedy Gun Shy and 28 Days, a comedy that starred the actress as a newspaper columnist forced to enter rehab after her drinking problem assumes uncontrollable proportions. Following her role in Miss Congeniality (2000) as an FBI agent forced to go undercover in the Miss U.S.A. beauty pagent in order to prevent a bombing, Bullock faced off against a more low-key menace in the thriller Murder By Numbers (2002) before returning to lighthearted drama with Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood (also 2002). Her status as the reigning queen of the chick flick permanantly established, Bullock next teamed with Hugh Grant for the amiable romantic comedy Two Weeks Notice before taking a two year furlough from the big screen - during which time she would assume the duty of executive producer for the George Lopez show in addition to turning in the occasional guest appearance. In 2005, Bullock found herself at the center of Oscar talk when she essayed the role of the racist wife of a prominant district attorney in Paul Haggis' critically acclaimed {\drama Crash. An unflinching look at racism in the multicultural melting pot of Los Angeles, Crash defied expectations to take home best editing, best screenplay, and best motion picture at the 77th Annual Academy Awards. That same year, a return to her role as bumbling undercover FBI agent Gracie Heart in Miss Congeniality 2 found Bullock returning to familiar lighthearted territory, although the sequel performed far more poorly than the first film. With her role as a lovelorn doctor who discovers a curious rift in time in 2006's {\romantic {\fantasy The Lake House (a remake of the 2000 South Korean film Siworae), the actress marked a graceful return to swooning, romantic pictures, not to mention a reteaming with her Speed man Keanu Reeves.
Premonition (2007)
[ Nia Long ][ Amber Valletta ][ Kate Nelligan ]
Infamous (2006)
[ Gwyneth Paltrow ][ Sigourney Weaver ][ Isabella Rossellini ][ Hope Davis ][ Juliet Stevenson ]
The Lake House (2006)
[ Shohreh Aghdashloo ][ Lynn Collins ][ Willeke Van-Ammelrooy ]
Miss Congeniality 2: Armed & Fabulous (2005)
[ Regina King ][ Heather Burns ][ Eileen Brennan ][ Leslie Grossman ][ Octavia Spencer ]
Loverboy (2005)
[ Marisa Tomei ][ Kyra Sedgwick ][ Blair Brown ]
Crash (2004)
[ Jennifer Esposito ][ Thandie Newton ][ Marina Sirtis ][ Brooklyn Bounce ][ Lauren Tom ]
No Free Launch (2002)
Happy Birthdays (2002)
Two Weeks Notice (2002)
[ Alicia Witt ][ Heather Burns ][ Dana Ivey ][ Katheryn Winnick ][ Aretha Franklin ]
Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood (2002)
[ Ashley Judd ][ Maggie Smith ][ Ellen Burstyn ][ Fionnula Flanagan ][ Jacqueline McKenzie ]
Murder by Numbers (2002)
[ Sheryl Crow ]
Miss Congeniality (2000)
[ Cia Berg ][ Heather Burns ][ Wendy Raquel Robinson ][ Melissa De Sousa ]
28 Days (2000)
[ Elizabeth Perkins ][ Diane Ladd ][ Azura Skye ][ Marianne Jean-Baptiste ]
Gun Shy (2000)
[ Mary McCormack ]
Forces of Nature (1999)
[ Maura Tierney ][ Blythe Danner ][ Meredith Scott Lynn ]
The Prince of Egypt (1998)
[ Michelle Pfeiffer ][ Helen Mirren ][ Whitney Houston ]
Practical Magic (1998)
[ Nicole Kidman ][ Evan Rachel Wood ][ Stockard Channing ][ Dianne Wiest ][ Camilla Belle ]
Making Sandwiches (1998)
Hope Floats (1998)
[ Rosanna Arquette ][ Gena Rowlands ][ Kathie Najimy ][ Mae Whitman ][ Dee Hennigan ]
Speed 2: Cruise Control (1997)
[ Colleen Camp ][ Lois Chiles ]
In Love and War (1996)
A Time to Kill (1996)
[ Ashley Judd ][ Beth Grant ][ Brenda Fricker ][ Octavia Spencer ]
Two If by Sea (1996)
[ Alannah Myles ]
The Net (1995)
[ Diane Baker ][ Annie Lennox ][ Wendy Gazelle ]
While You Were Sleeping (1995)
[ Monica Keena ][ Ally Walker ][ Glynis Johns ]
Speed (1994)
[ Beth Grant ][ Pat Benetar ][ Barbara Harris ][ Cece Tsou ]
Wrestling Ernest Hemingway (1993)
[ Shirley McLaine ][ Piper Laurie ]
Fire on the Amazon (1993)
Demolition Man (1993)
[ Brandy Sanders ][ Lara Harris ]
The Thing Called Love (1993)
[ Samantha Mathis ]
The Vanishing (1993)
[ Nancy Travis ][ Lisa Eichhorn ]
Love Potion No. 9 (1992)
[ Anne Bancroft ][ Jennifer Hale ][ Petra Verkaik ][ Aretha Franklin ][ Annie Lennox ]
When the Party's Over (1992)
[ Rae Dawn Chong ]
Who Do I Gotta Kill? (1992)
The Preppie Murder (1989)
[ Lara Flynn Boyle ][ Joanna Kerns ][ Perrey Reeves ][ Suzanne Snyder ]
Who Shot Patakango? (1989)
[ Allison Janney ][ Marilyn Chambers ]
Bionic Showdown: The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman (1989)
[ Lindsay Wagner ]
Religion, Inc. (1989)
Hangmen (1987)
  • Her mother, opera singer Helga Bullock, died in Arlington, VA. [April 4, 2000]
  • On People (USA) magazine's '50 Most Beautiful' list. [1999]
  • Ranked #58 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list. [October 1997]
  • Chosen by People (USA) magazine as one of the 50 most beautiful people in the world [1996]
  • While working on Two If by Sea (1996), discovered she is allergic to horses.
  • She replaced Demi Moore in While You Were Sleeping (1995)
  • Wrote and performed her own song "Heaven Knocking On My Door" in The Thing Called Love (1993).
  • Replaced Lori Petty in Demolition Man (1993).
  • Daughter of a German opera singer and an American voice coach.
  • Attended East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina.
  • Graduated from Washington-Lee HS in Arlington, Virginia in 1982.
  • Voted best actress by the readers of the "US Magazine" in 1995.
  • Voted "Best Actress" by viewers of MTV's "The Big Picture" in 1994 and 1995.
  • Friends with Samantha Mathis.
  • Was a cheerleader in high school.
  • Voted "Most Likely To Brighten Up Your Day" by her high school class.
  • Received the scar on her head when she fell into a lake and cut her head on a rock.
  • Sister Gesine Bullock-Prado broke Sandy's nose with her elbow while opening a garage door when they were kids.
  • Spent time at a Rehabilitation Clinic to research her role in 28 Days (2000).
  • Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history (#27). [1995]
  • Was considered for the lead in Runaway Bride (1999).
  • Is fluent in German.
  • Was engaged to Tate Donovan.
  • Owns a home in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
  • Born at 3:15 AM
  • Appeared in Bob Schneider's video 'Round and Round' (2000).
  • While filming 28 Days (2000), in New York, she stayed in former co-star Dennis Hopper's apartment.
  • Her favorite perfume is Dune, by Christian Dior.
  • Replaced Nancy McKeon in the sitcom "Working Girl" (1990)
  • Her sister is Gesine Bullock-Prado, a lawyer and Vice-President of Fortis Films, aged 33 (2001).
  • Studied ballet when she was a child
  • Her favorite time of the day is dusk
  • Loves horses, but is extremely allergic to them
  • 1998: Golden Globes Awards Presenter: "Best Movie Comedy/Musical"
  • 1997: Academy Awards Presenter: "Best Art Direction"
  • Her favorite drinks are beer (Heineken and Rolling Rock) and tequila.
  • Owns a house in Austin, Texas where she filmed some scenes in Miss Congeniality (2000).
  • Measurements: 33B-24-34 (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine)
  • Uses the ancient Chinese technique of accupuncture as a form of weight loss.
  • Is from the same Metro Area as Martin Lawrence, Dave Chappelle, Mya, Regina Hall, Alan Heitz and Dwayne Winstead.
  • Is dating "Monster Garage" (2002) actor Jesse James (2004).
  • Was considered for the role of Lois Lane in a proposed relaunch of the Superman franchise by Warner Brothers and was also considered for the role of Wonder Woman in a film adaptation that was never made.
  • Has a house on Tybee Island, Georgia.
  • Sister-in-law of Raymond Prado.
  • She was originally cast as Rafi in Prime (2005) but two weeks before principal photography, was dropped due to script differences between her and writer/director Ben Younger. Uma Thurman stepped in quickly to replace her.
  • Shares a birthday with Kevin Spacey, Kate Beckinsale and Jeremy Piven.
  • Donated million to the American Red Cross after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in 2001. Did the same, again donating million to the Red Cross, after the tsunami-disaster in Asia in 2004.
  • At 40, she was voted sexiest female celebrity in a 'Naughty Forties' poll conducted for UK television station FX.
  • After college, she moved to New York to waitress.
  • Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame [March 24, 2005].
  • Ranked #18 on Tropopkin's Top 25 Most Intriguing People [Issue #100]
  • Was originally cast as Maggie Fitzgerald in Million Dollar Baby (2004).
  • Stepmother of Jesse James' children Chandler, Jesse Jr. and Sunny.
  • Married actor Jesse James in a sunset ceremony on a ranch outside Santa Barbara, California. They celebrated with several hundred guests including Jamie Lee Curtis, William Shatner and Regina King. [16 July 2005]
  • Was considered for the role of Harper Lee in Capote, and later got the role in Infamous. Both films concern Truman Capote's researching and writing of In Cold Blood.

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