Actress, Designer, Mom
Catherine Zeta-Jones is a multi-award winning actress whose talents range from film to theater. She garnered an Academy Award for her portrayal of the scandalous Velma Kelly, in the screen adaptation of the Broadway musical “Chicago.” Catherine was also nominated for a Golden Globe and took home the Critics’ Choice Award, a Screen Actors Guild Award and the BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance.
Catherine most recently starred in Ryan Murphy’s highly touted anthology series, “Feud.” She will next be seen starring in the Lifetime movie, “Cocaine Godmother,” chronicling the infamous life of the notorious drug lord, Griselda Blanco.
She first gained international recognition in the action adventure film “The Mask of Zorro,” opposite Antonio Banderas and Anthony Hopkins. She then captivated audiences in “Entrapment,” opposite screen legend Sean Connery.
Born in Wales, Catherine began her career on the stage in London and following that was cast in the popular Yorkshire Television series, “The Darling Buds of May,” based on the novels of H.E. Bates.
She is married to Michael Douglas. They have a son, Dylan, and a daughter, Carys.