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Deborah Kara Unger – sought-after canadian actress, who became popular in Hollywood. Known for the films “the Game”, “Hurricane”, “Payback”, “Crash”, “Taste of sunshine”, “Path”, “88 minutes” and many other ribbons.
Biography
Deborah Kara Unger was born in the family academic-adversity and gynecologist March 31, 1964 in Vancouver, Canada. Although the girl from his youth gravitated to the dramatic arts before becoming an actress, she first studied Economics and philosophy at the University of British Columbia. But later he decided to acting and to enroll in the national Institute of dramatic art, which is located in Australia. Deborah was not embarrassed that no canadian was not admitted to the students of this University. “I just called them and asked: “What do you want?” And I remember how reticent the Secretary said, “Well, honey, in fact, you should be able to breathe and speak, and to be believable”. And I thought, “Fantastic!” I had a chance to get to the selection where there was another 3 thousand people.”
Deborah has passed the competition and became the first canadian admitted to the Australian national Institute. She graduated at 24, and immediately debuted on screens.
The first film of the actress became the legendary “Bangkok Hilton” (1989), where the canadian played together with Nicole Kidman. It was a very good start in his career, later years Deborah has appeared often – besides, in the leading roles (“blood oath”, 1990, “Escape”, 1990, “Till there was you”, 1991, “Whispers in the night”, 1992). It was both Australian and American projects. Deborah had passed the fate series actress: she preferred telemali – a great movie where it was very popular.
Great fame was brought to her work in the canadian-British tape famous Director David Cronenberg’s “Crash” (1996), which won the Special jury prize in Cannes. Deborah played a seeker of erotic adventures, who along with her husband indulges in all serious. After the premiere of this tape 32-year-old canadian with an Australian education noticed and appreciated in the world of film.
In 33 years, Deborah has played along with the movie stars of Hollywood’s Michael Douglas and Sean Penn in the drama of David Fincher’s “the Game” (1997). She performed the role of a waitress, Christine, who unwittingly turns out to be with the men in the vortex of mystical events. Then became partner Tim Roth and James Russo in the crime drama “no road Home” (1996). 35 years Deborah Shine on the screens in the movie with Mel Gibson in the drama “Payback” (1999), with Brooke shields in “the Weekend” (1999), with Ralph Fiennes in the historical romance “a Taste of sunshine” (1999), with Denzel Washington in the sports drama “Hurricane” (1999). The actress has gradually entered the super League Hollywood stars.
Deborah is well suited to the selection of roles. “Though actually I love casting, even if I don’t get the role, admits Deborah. – I auditioned with Daniel day-Lewis, Robert De Niro, al Pacino, Tom cruise. Samples meet a lot of talented people.”
Deborah plays in blockbusters and commercially successful picture and in independent films. So, Deborah embodies the image of the mother of the demonic girl in the Thriller “silent hill” (2006) and its sequel, “silent hill 2” (2012). Played a major role in the author’s canadian feed of Damian Lee’s “a Dark truth”, dedicated to the politics of South America. As for the role of cellist Catherine in the women’s psychodrama, “Just between us” (2002) she won the award for “Gini”.
In 47 years, in 2011, Deborah for the first time agreed to star in the television series for the role of the Australian psychiatrist major in the project “Military hospital”, which tells about the work of doctors during the war in Afghanistan.

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