Modern cinema is a collection of different technologies that you need to know how to use. For a successful career start, you must pass a casting. Christina Cole got on the set after successfully passing the tests.
In foggy Albion, they are trying in every way to preserve the traditions and habits that were laid down in the distant past. British traditionalism leaves its mark on everyday life, on foreign policy, on human values and goals. Christina Cole was born on May 8, 1980 in an average English family. Parents at that time lived in London. The father was engaged in the preparation of those wishing to obtain a driver's license. Mother worked as an administrator at a television center.
Household income was sufficient to meet the criteria for the middle class. After a while, Christina had a younger brother and sister. The girl, as best she could, helped her mother to cope with everyday chores and worries. At the same time, she managed to attend college classes and receive a full-fledged education. From an early age, she showed acting skills, and Cole dreamed of becoming an actress in the future.
Stage creativity Christina began to study in college. She regularly attended classes at the theater studio. She mastered the basics of acting. I read all the books that the mentor advised to look through. After completing college, Cole entered the famous drama school, which is located in Oxford. In this educational institution, many famous theater and film actors were gaining knowledge and intelligence. To ensure financial independence, the student moonlighted as a model in an agency of wedding dresses and accessories.
Practice dispassionately states that many actresses began their professional career from the catwalk. It is here, at various screenings and demonstrations, that the assistant directors, as they say, "look after" a suitable texture for the next projects. At one of these events, Cole received an invitation to come to the casting. A girl of twenty, with a magnificent figure and bottomless blue eyes, has successfully passed the test.
On the set
The actress herself admitted that in 2002, the conduct launched her hasty career. Cole starred in two films in one season: "Foyle's War" and "What a Girl Wants". The attractive performer was loved by the audience, and noticed by critics. Offers to participate in various projects began to arrive regularly. In 2006, Christina starred in the cult film Casino Royale. For her role, she received a Screen Actors Guild Award.
Very little is known about the actress's personal life. She is known to be free from the bonds of marriage. Experts say that over the years it becomes more and more difficult to find a worthy husband. Christina admits that she is ready to play the role of a wife, but a suitable "project" has not yet been found. At the same time, proposals from directors continue to come.