- 1 Who is Isabella Jane Cruise?
- 2 How rich is she, as of now? Isabella Jane Cruise Net Worth
- 3 Adoption and Childhood
- 4 Half-Siblings
- 5 Educational Background
- 6 Hairstylist, Make-Up Artist, and Fashion Designer
- 7 Secret Marriage and Reunion with Her Mother
- 8 Who is Her Father? Tom Cruise Short Wiki/Bio
- 9 Who is Her Mother? Nicole Kidman Short Wiki/Bio
Who is Isabella Jane Cruise?
Isabella Jane Cruise was born on 22 December 1992, under the sign of Capricorn, in Miami, Florida USA, and is (still) a celebrity child although 27-years-old, probably best recognized for being the adopted daughter of Hollywood stars Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman. However, she’s trying to make her way in the world and is also known as a hairstylist, make-up artist, and fashion designer.
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How rich is she, as of now? Isabella Jane Cruise Net Worth
Isabella Jane Cruise’s net worth is over $5 million, which she acquired on her own through successful involvement in the entertainment and fashion industries. On the other hand, her father is one of the highest paid actors in the film industry, with an impressive net worth of over $570 million, while her mother has a total net worth of $130 million, earned as a successful actress.
Adoption and Childhood
Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman met each other while they were filming “Days Of Thunder”, and exchanged their wedding vows on 24 December 1990 in Colorado. After going through a difficult period due to Nicole’s miscarriage, they decided to adopt a child. Following Isabella’s birth in 1992, Tom and Nicole adopted her from a hospital since Isabella’s biological mother could not care of her. Her adoptive parents knew her biological mother from the Church of Scientology, so Isabella moved from Miami, Florida to their residence in Los Angeles, California. In 1995, her parents adopted Connor Antony Cruise, but after spending eleven years in marriage, Tom and Nicole divorced in 2001. At the time, Isabella was only nine years old, and the divorce affected her a lot, since she had a lot of problems with depression and anxiety, and caused her relationship with Nicole to became strained. Following the divorce of her parents, Isabelle decided to live with her father and brother.
In 2006, Tom Cruise married actress Katie Holmes, and they welcomed their daughter during the same year, Isabella’s half-sister named Suri Cruise. She also has two younger half-sisters, named Faith Margaret Kidman Urban and Sunday Rose Kidman Urban, from her mother’s marriage to musician Keith Urban.
As a young girl, Isabella Jane Cruise wanted to become a screenplay writer, even though her parents made sure to keep her away from the world of show business. Isabella and her brother didn’t attend a regular school, but were homeschool by their aunt Cass Mapother. Afterwards, Isabella continued her higher studies in London, England, and there was a student of Art. Moreover, Isabella completed her training as an auditor from the Church of Scientology.
Hairstylist, Make-Up Artist, and Fashion Designer
Being interested in pursuing a career as a hairdresser, Isabella even attended Sassoon Academy, from which she obtained her 12-month diploma in professional hairdressing. She then furthered her education at Delamar Academy of Make-up & Hair at Ealing Studios, London – so far, Isabella has worked as a make-up artist for several film titles. Most recently, she started pursuing a career as a fashion designer, and launched her clothing line in February 2018. The name of her clothing line is ‘BKC’, standing for Bella Kidman Cruise.
Secret Marriage and Reunion with Her Mother
Isabella Jance Cruise was romantically involved in a relationship with music composer Eddie Frencher for several years. In 2015, she hit the headlines for her secret marriage to Max Parker, an IT consultant. Their wedding took place at the Dorchester Hotel in London on 18 September 2015, and wasn’t attended by Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman, which caused some speculation in the media.
Her father reportedly took care of the ceremony expense, but he was unable to attend it; on the other hand, apparently her mother wasn’t invited, but in 2016, she reunited with her mother. Isabella and Max currently reside in Croydon, London.
Who is Her Father? Tom Cruise Short Wiki/Bio
Thomas Cruise Mapother IV was born on 3 July 1962 under the sign of Cancer, in Syracuse, New York State USA, and is a 57-year-old actor and film producer. He was raised in a Catholic household by electrical engineer Thomas Cruise Mapother III, and special education teacher Mary Lee. He has three sisters, named Cass, Marian, and Lee Anne. The family then lived in Canada until his parents divorced, and he returned to the US with his mother and siblings. After attending 15 schools in 14 years, Tom eventually matriculated from Glen Ridge High School in 1980.
Tom Cruise made his film debut as Billy in the 1981 romantic drama “Endless Love”, while his breakthrough came with the role of Joel Goodson in Paul Brickman’s 1983 teen coming-of-age comedy film “Risky Business”, which earned him a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.
Rise to Prominence
Tom came to prominence after playing Lt. Pete ‘Maverick’ Mitchell in the 1986 action drama “Top Gun”, directed by Tony Scott, followed by his portrayal of Charlie Babbitt in the 1988 comedy-drama “Rain Man”, alongside Dustin Hoffman. The film was box office success and won the Academy Award for Best Picture.
In 1989, Tom landed the role of Vietnam War veteran Ron Kovic in the biographical war drama “Born On The Fourth Of July”, winning a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama, as well as an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor.
Success during the 1990s
Tom’s next major role came in 1992, when he featured as Lt. Daniel Kaffee in the legal drama “A Few Good Man”, alongside Jack Nicholson, Demi Moore and Nicole Kidman, which earned him a Golden Globe Award nomination. In 1996, he landed the title role in the romance “Jerry Maguire”, winning the Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Comedy/Musical, and his second Academy Award nomination for Best Actor. He then played Ethan Hunt in the 1996 action spy film “Mission: Impossible”, the first installment of the “Mission: Impossible” franchise; he would later reprise the role in its sequels.
Tom won his third Golden Globe Award and an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of Frank T. J. Mackey in the 1999 epic drama “Magnolia”.
In 2001, Tom produced and starred as David Aames in the romantic thriller “Vanilla Sky”, alongside Penélope Cruz and Cameron Diaz, after which he produced and played Nathan Algren in Edward Zwick’s period drama action “The Last Samurai” (2003), winning a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Actor. In 2004, he gained critical acclaim for his portrayal of Vincent in Michael Mann’s neo-noir action thriller “Collateral”. His next major role came in 2009, when he was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for starring as Les Grossman in the 2008 action comedy “Tropic Thunder”. Tom also starred as Jack Harper in the 2013 post-apocalyptic action “Oblivion”, next to Morgan Freeman, and portrayed Nick Norton in the 2017 action-adventure “The Mummy”.
It has been announced that he will appear in “Top Gun: Maverick”, and the seventh and eighth installments of “Mission: Impossible”.
Who is Her Mother? Nicole Kidman Short Wiki/Bio
Nicole Mary Kidman was born on 20 June 1967 under the sign of Gemini, in Honolulu, Hawaii USA, and is a 52-year-old actress and producer. She was born to Australian parents – her father, Antony Kidman, was an author, biochemist, and clinical psychologist, while her mother, Janelle Anne, was a nursing instructor. She is the elder sister of journalist Antonia Kidman. At the age of four, she moved with her family to Sydney, Australia, where she went to Lane Cove Public School and North Sydney Girls’ High School. She also studied at both the Phillip Street Theatre and Australian Theatre for Young People.
Nicole Kidman made her film debut as Helen Thompson in the 1983 drama “Bush Christmas”, while her breakthrough came with the role of Megan Goddard in the 1987 mini-series “Vietnam”, for which she won the AACTA Australian Film Academy Award for Best Lead Actress in a Television Drama. Nicole eventually made her Hollywood debut with the role of Dr. Claire Lewicki in the 1990 sports action drama “Days Of Thunder”, starring opposite Tom Cruise.
Rise to Prominence
Nicole won her first Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of Drew Preston in Robert Benton’s gangster film “Billy Bathgate” in 1991. Her next major role came in 1996, when she played Suzanne Stone Maretto in the crime comedy-drama “To Die For”, directed by Gus Van Sant, which earned her the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical.
She then starred as Alice Harford in the critically acclaimed film “Eyes Wide Shut” in 1999.
In 2001, Nicole landed the role of Satine in Baz Luhrmann’s musical “Moulin Rouge!”, winning a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical, as well as an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. In the following year, she portrayed writer Virginia Woolf in the psychological drama “The Hours”, for which she won both the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama and the Academy Award for Best Actress. Thereafter, Nicole earned two Golden Globe Award nominations for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama for her portrayals of Ada Monroe in the 2003 epic war film “Cold Mountain”, and Anna in the 2004 drama “Birth”. In 2009, she produced and starred as Becca in the independent drama “Rabbit Hole”, receiving another Academy Award nomination for Best Actress.
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Significant Roles in the 2010s
In 2012, Nicole landed the role of Charlotte Bless in the drama “The Paperboy”, earning Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Award nominations, after which she was cast as Martha Gellhorn in the HBO biopic “Hemingway & Gellhorn”, earning a Primetime Emmy nomination. She earned her fourth Academy Award nomination for her portrayal of Sue Brierley in the 2016 biographical drama “Lion”. Between 2017 and 2019, Nicole produced and starred as Celeste Wright in the HBO drama series “Big Little Lies”, and won two Primetime Emmy Awards for both producing and acting. Most recently, she earned two Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations for the role of Gretchen Carlson in the 2019 biographical drama “Bombshell”. It‘s also been announced that Nicole will feature in such upcoming TV and film titles as “The Undoing”, “The Prom”, and “The Northman”, etc.