Born in Swansea, Wales on September 25, 1969, Catherine Zeta-Jones is an Academy award and Tony award winning actress Welsh actress known for films such as Traffic and Chicago. She began dancing when she was 4 years old and at age 15, she joined a tour of The Pajama Game. By 17, she had a major role in a London production of 42nd Street.

In 1998, Zeta-Jones launched her Hollywood career by starring in The Mask of Zorro. More films soon followed, including Entrapment with Sean Connery and the critically acclaimed Traffic, where she starred with Michael Douglas. She later won an Academy Award for her performance in Chicago (2002). In 2010, she received a Tony Award for her Broadway debut in A Little Night Music.

Catherine recently finished production on the remake of the popular British TV show, Dad’s Army, which is set to hit theaters in 2015. Currently, Catherine resides in New York State with her husband, Michael, and their two children, Dylan and Carys.