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In 1999, she got her first big break on the short-lived television series Actress Anne Hathaway was born on November 12, 1982, in Brooklyn, New York.The daughter of an actress and a lawyer, Hathaway grew up in Millburn, New Jersey.She excelled at performing early on, becoming the first and only teenager accepted to The Barrow Group, a theater company and acting school in New York City.In 1999, Hathaway got her first big break on the television series Shortly after the series ended, Hathaway took on the role that made her famous: She starred as Mia Thermopolis, a smart, klutzy teen who learns she is actually a princess of a small country called Genovia, in (2001).Hathaway also appeared in the 2010 satire of the pharmaceutical industry, (2012) alongside Hugh Jackman, Amanda Seyfried and Russell Crowe.In the film, Hathaway plays Fantine, a poor French woman who turns to prostitution to support her only child, Cosette.Hathaway has not released a statement or posted about her baby joy on social media just yet, but fans are hoping that the actress will share a photo of her precious new bundle of joy soon.
You know when sometimes you don't know someone very well, you'll probably never see them again, but you just meet them and you're like ' WOW, you really have it going on'? I'm not one of those people who says, ' What's the point of marriage?Hathaway gave birth to their son Jonathan Rosebanks Shulman on March 24, 2016 in Los Angeles.In addition to acting, Hathaway supports several charities, including the Step Up Women's Network and the Lollipop Theater Network. I took my trust out for a ridiculous joyride with him. But as the days wore on it kept getting better and better. A few days into [filming Les Miserables], I said, ' I'm having too much fun, I just want to play with you and I need to be really sad right now.' " "I'm not Rihanna; I'm not cool.I found that the love I found for him made me more trusting of everyone, and the more I started to see who I had become. I was seen as this bizarre world, good-girl cartoon that I in no way identified with: very vanilla, very sweet, very accessible and not interesting.