Nicole Kidman is now one of the most famous performers working in Hollywood at the age of 55. She started her career in the 1980s in her own country of Australia, and her skill and attractiveness quickly catapulted her to success.
By the early 1990s, she had garnered worldwide recognition and had already had an influence in Hollywood.
Since then, she has maintained her position at the forefront of her field, winning a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, an Academy Award, and a plethora of other honors along the way.
Nicole said that she was on the point of giving up her acting profession following the birth of her first child, despite the fact that she is considered to be one of the most successful actresses in Hollywood.
In 2006, Nicole wed the country music musician Keith Urban in Sydney, Australia, and the pair now has two daughters together: Sunday Rose, who is currently 14 years old, and Faith Margaret, who is currently 12 years old.
Nicole’s profession has not been affected in the least by the fact that she has a family; nonetheless, she has said that there have been times when she has considered “quitting” acting in order to spend more time with her kids.
The fact that Nicole’s own mother, Janelle, was willing to share with her some wonderful insights and words of encouragement that inspired her to keep going is fortunate for all of us.
According to what Nicole has said in the past, the people in her life who she looks to for guidance are those who are closest to her, such as her mother and her younger sister.
“My mother warned me, ‘Don’t do that, take a break, but don’t forsake it, keep your toe in the water because… you’ll want it when you grow older.”
In point of fact, Nicole has seen Janelle as a role model ever since they were children, and it would seem that Nicole is imparting this level of confidence in both of her daughters as well.
She went on to say, “I have a 13-year-old daughter who has aspirations of being a director; she is especially interested in humor.
There is no question that by continuing her acting career and now using her influence to encourage female creatives in Hollywood, she will have an effect not just on her family but also on the next generation of female creatives who work in Hollywood.