Rachel McAdams’s biographyFragile blonde Rachel McAdams became a star suddenly, appearing in the Mean Girls but she became famous for her roles in serious films, where she managed to reveal her potential of a great dramatic actress: The Notebook, Red Eye, etc.
ChildhoodRachel Anne McAdams was born in Canadian London on November 17, 1978. A little over a year later, a boy named Ryan Gosling was born in the same hospital where the first daughter of Lance, a driver at the furniture store, and nurse Sandra was born. Years passed and he also became an actor and played with Rachel in The Notebook beautiful melodrama.
In the early 90s The McAdams, who already had two more children by that time, Daniel and Kayleen, were offered to give Rachel to a sports school in Toronto, but they refused, listening to their daughter, for whom sports was no longer a lifelong duty. Having taken part in a theatrical performance at the summer camp, Rachel fell for dramatic art, especially with Shakespeare’s plays and ancient Greek tragedies, and began to dream of cinema.
In 1996, Rachel became a student at York University, her school teachers who taught literature and cultural studies helped her to prepare for the entering exams.
Fast startThe Canadian actress’s very first casting at the Hollywood film studios gifted her with one of the main roles in Tom Brady’s debut film The Hot Chick. Rachel looked surprisingly harmonious in the company of Rob Schneider, who ironically once woke up in the body of a school prima donna, whom Rachel played. The very funny and light picture is considered one of the best pictures about body exchange and the Hollywood debut of Rachel McAdams.
Best rolesIn the 2005 bright comedy, Rachel played in the company of Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn, playing one of the Cleary sisters, who became a hard nut to crack for two desperate womanizers. The star line-up for the Wedding Crashers includes Christopher Walken, Will Ferrell, and Jane Seymour.
In the A Most Wanted Man political thriller, the actress played lawyer Annabel Richter, who became a pawn in the FBI hunt for an international terrorist. The film is dedicated to the memory of Philip Seymour Hoffman, who played his last role in it - the head of a special unit of the FBI, Günther Bachmann. The film also starred Daniel Brühl, Nina Hoss, and Willem Dafoe.
Several pictures were released in 2015, starring Rachel: the Southpaw drama, where she starred in a duet with Jake Gyllenhaal, the Spotlight historical thriller, which won an Oscar, where she played alongside Mark Ruffalo, as well as the Aloha comedy, where she became part of the stellar team of Bradley Cooper, Bill Murray and Emma Stone.