Have you watched the 2002 movie, “The Hot Chick?” Yes? No? Whatever your answer is, we would like to throw some light on it. It’s the Hollywood debut movie of Canadian actress, Rachel McAdams. Yes, you heard it right! The vivacious, talented, and beautiful Rachel McAdams started her film career with “The Hot Chick.”
Let’s look at some info on the biography of Rachel McAdams.
Rachel McAdams Career
McAdams began having a penchant for acting right from the early age of 7. And, her parents didn’t discourage her. In later years, a drama teacher at her school suggested that she take up acting as her profession. And, the rest is history!
The breakthrough in the career of Rachel McAdams was the 2004 comedy movie, “Mean Girls.” In the same year, she acted in the romantic drama, called, “The Notebook.” In the following year, films, such as “Wedding Crashers,” “The Family Stone,” and “Red Eye,” happened. More movies followed and McAdams became known as the “it girl” in Hollywood.
More Movies by Rachel McAdams
During the peak of her career, McAdams was known as “The Next Julia Roberts.” She played a role in “Married Life,” along with Chris Cooper and Pierce Brosnan. Later, she did a comedy-drama called “The Lucky Ones.” In 2009, McAdams played a significant role in “State of Play,” where she starred alongside Helen Mirren, Ben Affleck, and Russel Crowe. In “The Vow,” McAdams portrayed the role of Channing Tatum’s wife. In this film, “Paige,” the character played by McAdams, goes into a coma after an accident. She wakes up with severe memory loss and her husband tries to win her heart all over again.
Awards for Rachel McAdams
For the movie, “Spotlight,” McAdams received nominations, including one for the Academy Award for the Best Supporting Actress and another one for the Screen Actors Guild Award. She also got a star on “Canada’s Walk of Fame” in 2014.
Relationships of Rachel McAdams
For a few years, Rachel McAdams was in a relationship with Ryan Gosling, who co-starred with her in “The Notebook.” Later, she was involved in a relationship with Michael Sheen, a Welsh actor. In 2016, she started dating Jamie Linden, an American screenwriter. She shares a son and daughter with him.