Born and raised in Balmain, a Sydney suburb, Rose Byrne joined the Australian Theater for Young People at the age of eight. Studied art at Sydney University, Rose Byrne moved to New York to pursue her career and joined the Atlantic Theater Company.
Rose Byrne, who starred in her first movie “Dallas Doll” when she was just 15 years old, then took on various roles in Australian television shows. Rose Byrne, who played her first leading role in the 2000 movie “The Goddess of 1967”, won the Best Actress award at the 57th Venice International Film Festival with this performance.
The first Hollywood production in which Rose Byrne starred was “Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones”, which was released in 2002. Rose Byrne, who portrayed the character of Briseis in the 2004 movie “Troy”, then appeared in leading roles in movies such as “28 Weeks Later”, “Bridesmaids” and “X-Men: First Class”.
Rose Byrne, who was nominated twice for the Primetime Emmy Awards for her role as Ellen Parsons in the TV series “Damages”, showed how successful she was in comedy movies with 2014's “Neighbors” and 2015's “Spy”. Since then, we have started to see Rose Byrne more often in romantic and comedy movies.
Notes from Rose Byrne's career
Rose Byrne starred in 130 episodes of the TV series “Echo Point”, the second project of her career, which aired in 1995.
Rose Byrne co-starred with Diane Kruger in both “Wicker Park” and “Troy” in 2004.