Kate Box Net Worth

Kate Box was born on January 02, 1983, is Actress. Kate Box is an actress, known for The Little Death (2014), The Black Balloon (2008) and Rake (2010).
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress
Birth Day January 02, 1983
Age 37 YEARS OLD
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 1997–present
Spouse(s) Michael Polish (m. 2013)

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Biography/Timeline

1998

Bosworth's first film role came after an open casting call in New York for the supporting part of Judith in the 1998 film, The Horse Whisperer. The film's producers needed someone who was already an experienced horse rider, leading to Bosworth's successful audition for the role. The film received positive reception from film critics. In 2000, she starred in the television series drama Young Americans, in which she played Bella Banks. The series, however, was canceled. That same year, she had a small part in the film Remember the Titans. In 2001, Bosworth moved to Los Angeles in hopes of obtaining easier access to auditions and better film parts.

2000

Bosworth was accepted to Princeton University in late 2000, but because of continual deferral of her attendance, her acceptance was later revoked. She is a member of the Appalachia Service Project.

2001

Bosworth developed an interest in competitive horse racing, and by the age of fourteen, she was a champion Equestrian. She graduated from Cohasset High School, in Cohasset, Massachusetts, in 2001.

2002

The breakthrough role in Bosworth's career came in the 2002 surfing movie Blue Crush, which she prepared for by working out with two separate trainers seven hours a day for months in order to add fifteen pounds of muscle to her frame. In his review of the film, Rolling Stone's Peter Travers wrote: "Bosworth is a star in the making, but even she can't outshine the surfing footage, which is flat-out spectacular." The film received positive reviews and grossed $40 million at the United States box office. Following the success of Blue Crush, Bosworth took on the lead role in low-budget Wonderland (2003) opposite Val Kilmer. Bosworth played the teenage girlfriend of porn star John Holmes.

2003

From 2003 until September 2006, Bosworth was in a relationship with English actor Orlando Bloom.

2004

In 2004, she played the lead role in romantic comedy Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!, opposite Topher Grace. The film was critically and financially unsuccessful. Also in 2004, Bosworth depicted Actress Sandra Dee in Beyond the Sea. The movie received mixed reception, and was a box office disappointment, though Bosworth received critical acclaim for her performance. The following year, Bosworth portrayed Chali, a Hare Krishna, in the film adaptation of Myla Goldberg's novel Bee Season (2005), about a dysfunctional Jewish family. She has appeared in several Revlon ads and ranked as number 60 in FHM's "100 Sexiest Women in the World 2005" list. For two years running, she has placed on the Maxim Hot 100 List – number 38 in 2005 and number 8 in 2006.

2006

In 2006, she optioned the film rights to Catherine Hanrahan's novel Lost Girls and Love Hotels and was set to produce the project alongside filmmaker Nadia Connors. As of 2016, the project was at a standstill. In 2010, she starred in The Warrior's Way, which was shot in New Zealand alongside Korean actor Jang Dong-gun and Geoffrey Rush. The film was one of 2010's biggest box office flops, grossing only slightly more than $11,000,000 worldwide, but costing $42 million. She has said about her roles, "I just don't do comfort zones."

2007

Bosworth starred as Louise in the psychological drama called The Girl in the Park with Sigourney Weaver, Alessandro Nivola and Keri Russell, written and directed by Pulitzer Prize winner David Auburn in his directorial debut. The film premiered at the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival, it has since been picked up by The Weinstein Company. Alissa Simon of Variety wrote that Bosworth "tries her best, but her character's too extremely drawn." Bosworth also filmed 21, an adaptation of the book Bringing Down the House, in early 2007 in Boston, Massachusetts and Las Vegas, Nevada. This film reunites her with co-star Kevin Spacey and Director Robert Luketic. 21 garnered mixed reviews, with Joanne Kaufman of the Wall Street Journal concluding, "Very little adds up in 21."

2008

In January 2008, Bosworth was named the new face for Calvin Klein Jeans and will be featured in the Calvin Klein Jeans campaign. She also takes on the role of spokesperson for American luxury bag brand Coach in Asia.

2010

Bosworth designed a jewelry line with friend and Celebrity Stylist Cher Coulter called JewelMint, which launched in October 2010. JewelMint, the first vertical of MySpace co-founder Josh Berman and Diego Berdakin’s social commerce company, BeachMint, has designs by Coulter and Bosworth.

2011

Bosworth released ten films between 2011 and 2014, moving away from the big-budget Superman franchise into lower-budget film roles like Still Alice with Julianne Moore. The short film Lov, which was filmed in Slovenia, featured Bosworth and launched fashion designer Vanessa Bruno’s Fall 2011 campaign.

2012

In 2011, Bosworth contracted to sing the television jingle for Cotton Incorporated's "Fabric of My Life" advertisement. On December 4, 2012, Topshop revealed that Bosworth was the "secret" woman in the new Topshop Christmas Adverts.

2013

In July 2011, Bosworth and her boyfriend, Swedish actor Alexander Skarsgard, parted ways after two years of dating. In mid-2011, Bosworth began dating American Director Michael Polish, whom she had met earlier that year when he directed her in the film Big Sur. Bosworth and Polish announced their engagement in August 2012, and married on August 31, 2013 in Philipsburg, Montana.

2015

Bosworth is a fan of the Dallas Cowboys, as mentioned as part of her appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon in January 2015.