Famke Janssen is a Dutch Actress who transitioned successfully from modelling to a career in acting.
She modelled for Chanel, a major brand in America.
She starred in blockbuster movies such as Father & Sons, X-Men, X-Men United, The Last Stand, House on Haunted Hill.
Born in the Netherlands on November 5, 1965, as the only brunette in a family of blondes, she had a beauty to behold.
Famke Janssen grew up in Amsterdam with her two sisters, Antoinette and Marjolein.
She moved to the United States in 1984 for her modelling stints with Chanel, New York.
She as well used that time to study creative writing and literature at Columbia University.
Famke, took acting classes under the guidance of Harold Guskin, making her become deeply attracted to acting.
Unable to suppress the desire of becoming a full-time actress, she left Columbia for Los Angeles where she proceeded to polish her acting skills with Roy London.
She came into the limelight when she featured in the James Bond movie, Golden Eye, where she played the villain, Xenia Onatopp.
As her profile rose, she found no difficulty in accepting and playing Hollywood roles. She starred in her biggest movie, X-Men in 2000.
Concerning her love life, Famke once married the filmmaker Tod “Kip” Williams in 1995 but got separated in 2000. She never dated despite rumours of a heavy romance with Ben Affleck in 2001.
In her long career, Famke Janssen has amassed a net worth of $20 million.
Many actors and actresses undergo body transformations. This may seem good but there are moments when all goes wrong.
Like some unfortunate actresses, Famke Janssen’s plastic surgery has made her completely unrecognizable.
This has irritated most of her fans but currently, she is to appear in her next movie, Redeeming Love, after starring in The Vault.