Biography of Marisa TomeiHollywood actress Marisa Tomei is emboldened by femininity and charm. Russian viewers are best known for their films “The Wrestler,” “The Bedroom,” “My Cousin Winnie,” and “What Women Want.” Winner of the Oscar as the best supporting actress (for the role of Mona Lisa Vito from the movie "My cousin Winnie"). She rarely shines on the main roles, because she firmly believes that there are no small roles, there are small actors. But it definitely does not apply to those.
Actress Marisa Tomei
early yearsMarisa was born on December 4, 1964 in the most populous area of New York - Brooklyn. Her mother, Patricia, was an English teacher, and her father, Gary, was a lawyer. Italian blood is present on both sides of the actress's family tree: the ancestors of Patrice emigrated from Tuscany and Calrabia in their time, and the ancestors of Gary came from Tuscany and Sicily Three years after the birth of the girl, the couple had a son, Adam Tomei, also a future actor.
In the photo: Marisa Tomei and her brother Adam
School photo of Marisa Tomei
First rolesIn 1982, she graduated from high school and entered the University of Boston. However, the first course she decided to quit education for the role of the long-running soap opera “How the World Turns”, in which she starred for the next three years.Thanks to this work, she managed to get into a big movie - she was invited to star in the film “The Guy from Flamingo” (1984). Three years later, she appeared as Maggie Lawton in the Underworld sitcom.
One of the most beautiful women in Hollywood
Career development. "Oscar"The real glory to Marisa Tomei came in 1992, when she played the girlfriend of the hero Joe Pesha in the animated comedy “My cousin Winnie”. For this role, she won the Oscar film award in the nomination "Best Supporting Actress." Later that year, Marisa could be seen in the Chaplin biopic.
Young Marisa Tomei in the film “My cousin Winnie”
Marisa Tomei at the Oscars
Nude Marisa Tomei in the movie "Wild Heart"
How did Marisa Tomei change from 16 to 52
Shot from the movie "What Women Want"
Marisa Tomei in the movie "Devil's Games"
Marisa Tomei in the film "Wrestler"
“Ides of March”: Marisa Tomei as Ida Horovits as Journalist
Marisa Tomei's personal lifeMarisa is quite a closed person and rarely gives interviews, so little is known about her personal life.
Marisa Tomei without makeup (2016, actress - 51)
Shot from the movie "Only you"
Wild Heart: Marisa Tomei and Christian Slater
Marisa Tomei and Logan Marshall Green met for 4 years
Marisa Tomei manages to look much younger than her years.
Marisa Tomei nowIn 2017, the actress appeared in the film “Spider-Man: Homecoming” in the role of Aunt May, who cares for her nephew Peter Parker (Tom Holland), who unexpectedly received superpowers.
“Spiderman: Homecoming”: Marisa Tomei as Aunt May