|Birthname||Renée Katherine Zellweger|
|born on||25 April 1969 at 14:41 (= 2:41 PM )|
|Place||Baytown, Texas, 29n44, 94w59|
|Timezone||CST h6w (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||05°27' 17°01 Asc. 11°39'|
American Oscar-winning actress whose her big Hollywood break-through was the romantic interest in "Jerry Maguire," a 1996 movie starring Tom Cruise. Her 2001 performance as Bridget Jones in "Bridget Jones's Diary" earned her an Academy Award nomination, with another nod from the Academy for her role in the film adaptation of the musical "Chicago" in 2002. An Oscar for Best Supporting Actress was finally given to her for her scene-stealing portrayal of Ruby Thawes in "Cold Mountain" (2003).
Zellweger's parents were immigrants, her father from Switzerland and her mother from Norway. A good student, she attended University of Texas at Austin, majoring in English but the drama bug bit her when she took a drama class. She made several small and independent films before "Jerry Maguire."
Although her name was linked romantically with other celebrities like Jack White and Damien Rice, Zellweger remained single until her marriage to Kenny Chesney on May 9, 2005 on St. John in the Virgin Islands. Their marriage never made it to their 6-month anniversary; Zellweger filed a petition for annulment on September 14, 2005. It became final on December 20, 2005 in Los Angeles.
- spouse relationship with Chesney, Kenny (born 26 March 1968). Notes: Annulled
- Work : Gain social status 1996 ("Jerry Maguire" is Hollywood break-through)
- Work : Prize 2003 (Oscar for Best Supporting Actress)
Stephen Przybylowski quotes birth record
- Vocation : Entertainment : Actor/ Actress
- Notable : Awards : Oscar