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Penélope Cruz Sánchez (born April 28, 1974), better known as Penélope Cruz, is a Spanish actress. She gathered critical acclaim as a young actress for films such as Jamón, Jamón, La Niña de tus ojos, and Belle époque. She has also starred in several American films such as Blow, Vanilla Sky, and Vicky Cristina Barcelona. She is perhaps best known for her work with acclaimed Spanish director, Pedro Almodóvar, in Volver and Todo sobre mi madre. She is Spain's first female Oscar Academy Award winner.[1]
Cruz has been awarded three Goyas, two European Film Awards, the Golden Palm for Best Actress, and a BAFTA. In 2009, she won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, a Goya, and a BAFTA for her role in Vicky Cristina Barcelona.
Penélope Cruz Sánchez was born in Alcobendas, Madrid, Spain, the daughter of Encarna Sánchez, a hairdresser and personal manager, and Eduardo Cruz, a retailer and auto mechanic.[2][3] As a toddler, she was already a compulsive performer, re-enacting TV commercials for her family's amusement. Initially, Cruz decided to focus on dance. After studying classical ballet for nine years at Spain's National Conservatory, she continued her training under a series of prominent dancers. She received three years of Spanish Ballet training with Ángela Garrido. She also had jazz dance training with Raúl Caballero and studied at Cristina Rota (mother of Juan Diego Botto) school in Madrid. At 15, however, she followed another calling after beating more than 300 other girls at a talent agency audition.

Cruz first achieved fame when she appeared in La fuerza del destino for the Spanish synthpop group Mecano. She later started a relationship with Nacho Cano, a member of the group.[4] A TV presenter for the teen-oriented program La Quinta Marcha,[3] she also had early exposure in Série Rose, an erotic French TV serial.[5] In one episode she played the role of a blind prostitute and in another played a young noblewoman pretending to be a young nobleman in a comedy of errors. She also directed Nacho Cano's video of "El waltz de los locos", in 1994.
Cruz's first major films were Jamón, jamón and Belle Époque, a film which won an Academy Award for Foreign Language Film. In 1997, she starred as Sofía Pangia, alongside Eduardo Noriega in Abre los ojos, directed by Alejandro Amenábar, while in 1999 she appeared in Pedro Almodóvar's Todo sobre mi madre (All About My Mother), which also won an Academy Award for Foreign Language Film. In 2000 she appeared with Matt Damon in All the Pretty Horses.
For Cruz, the early 2000s were a period of mediocre reviews and mixed commercial success. In late 2001, she appeared in the film Vanilla Sky, the Hollywood remake of Abre los ojos. Returning to Europe, in 2004, Cruz learned Italian to star in the film Don't Move. She earned critical praise for her role and earned the coveted David di Donatello award, the Italian equivalent to the Oscar, for her portrayal. Cruz speaks Castellano, French, English, and Italian.
In 2006, she co-starred with her best friend, Salma Hayek, in the film Bandidas.[6] That same year, Cruz received highly favourable reviews for her performance in Pedro Almodóvar's Volver. She shared a Best Actress award at the Cannes Film Festival with five of her co-stars, and was nominated for the Golden Globe, the Screen Actors Guild Award, the BAFTA Award, and the Academy Award for Best Actress in a leading role. The latter of these nominations made her the first Spanish actress to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress.[7]
In May 2007, it was announced that Penélope and her sister Mónica would be designing a 25-piece collection for the Barcelona-based fashion chain, Mango.[8] On July 7, 2007, Cruz presented at Live Earth. In late 2007, she starred in the Jaume de Laiguana-directed video for her brother's first single, named "Cosas que contar", along with her friend Mía Maestro and her sister Mónica. Cruz had previously shown a keen interest in fashion and is a model for L'Oreal and its "Telescopic" mascara.
In 2008, Cruz appeared with Sir Ben Kingsley in fellow Spaniard Isabel Coixet's film Elegy (film), earning her critical praise for an English-speaking role. The film was based on the Philip Roth story The Dying Animal. She was nominated for a Golden Satellite award for her performance.
In 2008, she starred in Woody Allen's Vicky Cristina Barcelona as María Elena, Javier Bardem's mentally unstable ex-wife. Her performance received wide critical praise. For the role, Cruz received her second Academy Award Nomination, and later won for Best Supporting Actress,[9] making her only the second Spanish actor to win an Academy Award, a year after her boyfriend, Javier Bardem, won for No Country for Old Men. She became the first Spanish actress to win an Academy Award, and one of the only actors besides Ingrid Bergman to win the Oscar for a role speaking two different languages. Besides the Oscar, Cruz won the BAFTA, the Independent Spirit Award, the National Board of Review Award, and the New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actress in Vicky Cristina Barcelona. She also earned Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild nominations for her role.
Cruz again collaborated with Pedro Almodóvar in his film Los Abrazos Rotos, which is slated to be released in the U.S. in November 2009. She will also be featured in the film version of the musical Nine (film) along with other Oscar winners Sophia Loren, Nicole Kidman, and Marion Cotillard.

Cruz has a younger brother, Eduardo, a singer, and a younger sister, Mónica, who closely resembles her: a similarity exploited for some Spanish TV ads. In the 2000s, Mónica left her dancing career and achieved note on her own in the youth-oriented TV series Un Paso Adelante.
Cruz claims to be a vegetarian since 2000, though this fact is disputed.[10] She speaks four languages: Spanish, Italian, French and English. Cruz has also donated a considerable amount of money and time to charity. In 1997 she volunteered in Uganda for two months.
After appearing in the 2001 film Vanilla Sky with Tom Cruise, they had a three-year relationship which ended in January 2004. During that time, she and Cruise were seen visiting several Church of Scientology locations in Hollywood, and there was published speculation that Cruise had convinced Cruz to join the church. [11]
After filming Sahara in February 2005, she began dating actor Matthew McConaughey. In May 2006, they released a joint statement to People, saying that they "have decided to take time off as a couple." Later that year they announced that they were "no longer intimate and separating was the best thing to do at this time".[12] She has been dating Academy Award - Winning Spanish actor Javier Bardem since 2007; the two appeared together in Jamón, Jamón, Live Flesh and 2008's Vicky Cristina Barcelona.[13]
In April 2007 Cruz, who was single at the time, stated that she would like to have children one day and she feels the need to adopt. "Of course I want to have kids," Cruz, 34, told the Spanish edition of Marie Claire in its April issue. "I want to have my own kids, but also adopt. For a while I've had the feeling that my life won't be complete if I don't adopt".[14]
Jamón, jamón
Nominated — Goya Award for Best ActressNominated — Spanish Actors Union Newcomer Award
Belle Époque
Spanish Actors Union Award for Supporting Performance (Secundario Cine)
For Love, Only for Love
Per amore, solo per amore
The Greek Labyrinth
El Laberinto griego
The Rebel
La Ribelle
Alegre ma non troppo

Todo es mentira

Entre rojas

El Efecto mariposa
Party guest

La Celestina


Más que amor, frenesí

Love Can Seriously Damage Your Health
Younger Diana / Diana's daughter
El amor perjudica seriamente la salud
Open Your Eyes
Abre los ojos
Live Flesh
Isabel Plaza Caballero
Carne trémulaNominated — Spanish Actors Union Award for Performance in a Minor Role (Reparto Cine)
Hjørne af paradis, Et
Doña Helena

The Girl of Your Dreams
La niña de tus ojosGoya Award for Best ActressFotogramas de Plata Best Movie Actress (Mejor Actriz de Cine)Spanish Actors Union Award for Lead Performance (Protagonista Cine)Nominated — European Film Award for Best Actress
"The Hi-Lo Country"
Nominated — ALMA Award for Outstanding Actress in a Feature Film
Don Juan

All About My Mother
Sister María Rosa Sanz
Todo sobre mi madre
All the Pretty Horses

Woman on Top
Isabella Oliveira

Mirtha Jung

Don't Tempt Me
Carmen Ramos
Bendito infierno
Captain Corelli's Mandolin
Nominated — European Film Award - Audience Award for Best Actress
Vanilla Sky
Sofia Serrano
Nominated — ALMA Award for Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture
Waking up in Reno

Fanfan la tulipe
Adeline La Franchise
Nominated — European Film Award - Audience Award for Best Actress
Chloe Sava

Head in the Clouds

Don't Move
Non ti muovereDavid di Donatello Award for Best ActressEuropean Film Award - Audience Award for Best ActressNominated — European Film Award for Best ActressNominated — Goya Award for Best Actress
Nina Vasquez

Eva Rojas


María Álvarez

European Film Award for Best ActressGoya Award for Best ActressCannes Award Best Actress shared with Carmen Maura, Lola Dueñas, Blanca Portillo, Yohana Cobo, Chus LampreaveCritics Choice AwardFotogramas de Plata Best Movie Actress (Mejor Actriz de Cine)Spanish Actors Union Award for Lead Performance (Protagonista Cine)Nominated — Academy Award for Best ActressNominated — BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading RoleNominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture DramaNominated — Satellite Award for Best Actress - Motion Picture DramaNominated — Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Leading Female Actor
The Good Night

Antoñita "Lupe" Sino

Consuela Castillo
Santa Barbara International Film Festival Award for Outstanding Performer of the Year Award also for Vicky Christina BarcelonaNominated — Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress - Motion Picture
Vicky Cristina Barcelona
María Elena
Academy Award for Best Supporting ActressBAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting RoleGoya Award for Best Supporting ActressIndependent Spirit Award for Best Supporting FemaleSanta Barbara International Film Festival Award for Outstanding Performer of the Year Award also for ElegyNominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion PictureNominated — Critics Choice AwardNominated — Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Supporting Female Actor
Juarez (voice)
Broken Embraces
Los abrazos rotos in production
in production
Other awards and nominations
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards
2000 Nominated Blockbuster Entertainment Award Favorite Actress - Drama/Romance for: All the Pretty Horses (2000)
Imagen Foundation Awards
2003 Creative Achievement Award
MTV Movie Awards
2001 Nominated MTV Movie Award Breakthrough Female Performance for: Blow (2001)
NAACP Image Awards
2006 Nominated NAACP Image Award Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture for: Volver (2006)
Ondas Awards
1992 Won Ondas Film Award Best Acting (Mejor Interpretación) tied with Javier Bardem (no award category given officially).
Peñíscola Comedy Film Festival
1994 Won Best Actress for: Todo es mentira (1994)
See also
List of Spanish Academy Award winners and nominees
^ Penelope Cruz: Hollywood learns a new film language
^ Penelope Cruz Biography (1974-)
^ a b "Yahoo Corazon!" (in Spanish). http://es.celebrities.yahoo.com/famosos/P/penelope-cruz.html. Retrieved on 2007-03-15.
^ "Terra.com entry" (in Spanish). http://www.terra.com/entretenimiento/penelopecruz/. Retrieved on 2007-03-15.
^ "IMDb entry - "Série rose" (1986)". http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0131187/epcast. Retrieved on 2007-03-15.
^ "Cruz on Hayek: Like Sisters! Not Lovers". http://www.showbuzz.cbsnews.com/stories/2007/01/09/people/main2344497.shtml.
^ "ElPais.com - De un vídeoclip a la carrera de los Oscars" (in Spanish). http://www.elpais.com/articulo/cultura/videoclip/carrera/Oscars/elpepucul/20070123elpepucul_2/Tes. Retrieved on 2007-03-15.
^ "Mango spain, fashion, collection, newspage". http://www.fashionunited.co.uk/news/mango.htm. Retrieved on 2008-01-08.
^ « Penélope Cruz nominated for Vicky Cristina Barcelona », peoplestar.co.uk, Retrieved on 2009-01-24.
^ "International Vegetarian Union entry". http://www.ivu.org/people/actors/cruz.html.
^ "Cruise Controlled", Hispanic 14 (12): 18
^ "Matthew McConaughey & Penelope Cruz Are 'Separating' - AOL". http://people.aol.com/people/articles/0,19736,1200409,00.html. Retrieved on 2007-01-25.
^ "Spain's hottest stars back together for Woody Allen's Europe venture". http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/spains-hottest-stars-back-together-for-woody-allens-europe-venture-437527.html. Retrieved on 2009-01-04. ^ Penelope Cruz says she wants to adopt
Penélope Cruz at the Internet Movie Database
Penélope Cruz Cannes Interview
Penelope Cruz News and Photoblog
Awards and achievements
Preceded byTilda Swintonfor Michael Clayton
Academy Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role2008for Vicky Cristina Barcelona
Succeeded byTBD
BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actress2008for Vicky Cristina Barcelona
Preceded byAmparo Barófor Siete mesas de billar francés
Goya Award for Best Supporting Actress2008for Vicky Cristina Barcelona
Preceded byCandela Peñafor Princesas
Goya Award for Best Actress2006for Volver
Succeeded byMaribel Verdúfor Siete mesas de billar francés

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