Natalie Portman, real name Natalie Hershlag, is an Israeli-American actress who was born in Jerusalem on June 9, 1981. She is renowned for her ability to portray complex precocious young women’s challenges with an air of aristocratic calm and complexity.

Natalie Hershlag was born in Jerusalem to an American mother and an Israeli father who subsequently went on to become a fertility specialist. The family relocated to Syosset, Long Island, New York in 1984 and finally settled there. Hershlag started acting after a brief career in modeling, landing her first film part in Léon: The Professional (1994; The Professional). She played a teenage girl who was preparing to be an assassin after her parents were killed in a film starring French actor Jean Reno. In order to shield herself from unwelcome attention as a result of the role, which had undertones of sexuality, Hershlag took on her maternal grandmother’s last name at this time. After that, she played a disturbed kid in Michael Mann’s 1995 crime thriller Heat.

With roles ranging from “traumatized ballerina” to First Lady, Natalie Portman has played it all in Hollywood. She has been a Marvel superhero and Star Wars queen, among other things. So it comes as no surprise that Portman has discovered her ideal fashion rhythm after decades of red carpet experience, often wearing Dior. The actress consistently strikes a balance between a romantic notion of Hollywood power and glitz. On the red carpet, she enjoys nothing more than making a statement, and she is not hesitant to take chances (especially with a love of embellished gowns). Take a look at the actress’ past appearances for inspiration when you want to stop focusing on her recent attire for the Thor press tour.

When she showed up to a screening of Thor: Love and Thunder in this abbreviated version of a Dior resort 2023 gown.

Portman commissioned Celine to create this glitzy, pink short dress with an unusual, asymmetric neckline for the LA premiere of Thor.

Portman had the forest green dress lined for the Vanity Fair Oscar celebration because the original form of this Dior spring 2020 haute couture garment was almost entirely sheer.

Portman attended the 2020 Oscars with a stunning gold and black Dior 2020 spring haute couture gown, but the actual focal point of the ensemble was the cape she wore on top, which had the names of female filmmakers spelled out in gold lettering down the edge of the lapels.

Source: Vogue

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