Uma Thurman by Bryony Sutherland
The Biography

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Daughter of an eminent Buddhist scholar and a psychotherapist, Uma Thurman left school at 15 to pursue an acting career in New York. After a brief stint as a model, she gained recognition in films such as Dangerous Liaisons and Henry and June. In 1990, she married the gifted British actor Gary Oldman, but their marriage was troubled and short lived. On the set of the sci-fi thriller Gattaca, she met actor Ethan Hawke, whom she married in 1998. Back in top form after the birth of her second child and her subsequent separation from Hawke, she gave an electrifying performance as a wronged bride on a rampage of revenge in Quentin Tarantino’s 2003 film Kill Bill. This complete biography looks at Uma Thurman’s rise to fame as well as what lies ahead for this mesmerizing star.
 

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Sutherland co-formed the freelance journalism partnership Atomic in 1996. Lucy Ellis has four loves in life: books, expensive lingerie, vintage films and big, gorgeous men who have to duck going through doorways. Weaving aspects of them into her fiction is the best part of being a romance writer. Lucy lives in a small cottage in the foothills outside Melbourne. Recent titles by the same author INNOCENT IN THE IVORY TOWER Did you know this title is also available as eBook? Visit www.millsandboon.co.uk
 
Published September 1, 2004 by Aurum Press. 304 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction