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Miranda Otto is  Australia's latest great export to Hollywood

Movies News / Elizabeth Darrell


Miranda Otto is Australia's latest great export to Hollywood

  • Played the role of Eowyn in "The Lord of the RIngs" movies
  • Australian trained actress who has become favourite of Hollywood
  • Appeared in "War of the Worlds" with Tom Cruise
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Miranda Otto is going to be a busy woman in 2014 despite already having filmed two projects that are generating critical acclaim around Hollywood. Miranda Otto is a featured actress in the science fiction/fantasy movie, "I Frankenstein" and the television series "Rake" and despite her admittance that she is fearful of becoming a major star similar to her counterpart Nicole Kidman her quality performances have been so impressive that she is on the verge of breaking out of the supporting actress "character" role prism she so enjoys.
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There are some actresses such as Miranda Otto whose talents betray their wishes and that is a great thing for Hollywood movie and television producers and directors. If it were up to Miranda Otto she would prefer to be a character actor who is part of a film but is not required to be the star of a film or project.
Unfortunately for Miranda Otto, her acting talent constantly makes her a major focus of her latest projects because she makes her roles so entrancing to the viewer that they become focused on her as much anyone else. Miranda Otto in her 2014 movie "In Frankenstein" and the television series "Rake" has produced the type of performances that will have her walking the red carpet at premieres and will also likely have her attending some award shows in the future.
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Miranda Otto is known as a talented actress who has worked with some of the top Hollywood movie producers such as Steven Spielberg and is also known as working a reduced schedule so she can spend more time home with her family. For the rest of 2014 she is going to have some difficult decisions ahead because her quality performances are going to lead to many more scripts and producers trying to add her to their cast because she is an actress who brings superior acting skill to the screen. 
Miranda Otto may not want the scrutiny that comes with being a Hollywood star but her sterling performances as an actress in both her movies and on television ensure that she will be considered a star by the directors and producers of Tinseltown.
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