Mary Rose Byrne (Sydney, July 24, 1979) is an Australian actress. He has acted in films such as Troy (2004), Marie Antoinette (2006), 28 Weeks Later (2007), Sunshine (2007), Knowing (2009), Get Him to the Greek (2010), X-Men: First Generation (2011). ), The Hunter (2011), Insidious (2010), Bridesmaids (2011), Insidious: Chapter 2 (2013), Annie (2014), Spy (2015), X-Men: Apocalypse (2016) and Instant Family (2018) ). She is also recognized for having played Ellen Parsons on the American series Damages.
Early Life of Rose Byrne:
Rose Byrne is the daughter of Robin Byrne, a researcher and Jan Byrne, director of an Aboriginal school. She has three older brothers, Alice (painter from Melbourne), Lucy (publicist) and George (singer and songwriter from Sydney) . She is of Scottish and Irish descent.
Personal Life of Rose Byrne:
In 1999, Byrne was in a year-long relationship with Australian director Gregor Jordan.
Since 2008 she trains Jiu-Jitsu and Grappling. She is friends with actresses Krew Boylan and Nadia Townsend, whom she has known since they were eight years old. She is also friends with actresses Glenn Close, Abbie Cornish, and Pia Miranda. Byrne was a bridesmaid at Krew’s wedding in 2012.2 Since 2012 she has been in a relationship with actor Bobby Cannavale, with whom she had Rocco Robin (2016) and Rafa (2017).
Personal Information of Rose Byrne:
Complete Name: Mary Rose Byrne
Nicknames: Chabs, Rosie
Date of Birth: July 24, 1979
Birthplace: Balmain, New South Wales, Australia
Zodiac Sign: Leo
Eye Color: Dark Brown
Hair Color: Dark Brown
Father: Robin Byrne
Mother: Jane Byrne
Siblings: Alice Byrne, Lucy Byrne, George Byrne
First Film: Dallas Doll
First TV Show: Echo Point
Height: 5′ 6″ (168 cm)
Weight: 53 kg (117 pounds)
Bra Size: 32B
Shoe Size: N/a
Body Measurements: 32-23-33
Active from: 1993 -Present
Net Worth: $16 Million
Professional Life of Rose Byrne:
He made his big screen debut with Dallas Doll in 1994; her first appearances on the big screen were small roles in her native Australia. She also appeared on the soap opera Echo Point and the series Heartbreak High, while studying for the title of the Australian Theater for Young People.
In 1998, her name was added to the cast of Gregor Jordan’s Two Hands, opposite Heath Ledger, in which she played an innocent country girl, the love interest of a young man in trouble with a crime. This film was a great success and garnered praise from the public and critics. Undoubtedly, she was noticed by directors in the US after Two Hands’ premiere at the 1999 Sundance Film Festival, but she would not appear in a Hollywood movie until several years later when she landed a small role in Star Wars: Episode. II – Attack of the Clones. She played Dormé, Senator Amidala’s loyal servant, where she “had to stand behind Natalie Portman and look serious.” She went on to become a cult actress.
After this experience, she landed her first leading role in Clara Law’s The Goddess of 1967, in 2000, where she played a blind young man, emotionally unstable due to the abuse she suffered. To prepare her role, she learned and practiced mime for four weeks to be able to express the feelings of this character with her body. For her it was the most difficult role of her life, but with which she felt the most satisfied. Critics were never more in agreement, at the 2000 Venice Film Festival she won the Volpi Cup for best actress.
Later came My Mother Frank, where she also garnered high critical acclaim. After the premiere of Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones, she appeared in a small supporting role in Matt Dillon’s City of Ghosts.
The following projects also garnered high critical acclaim:  The Rage in Placid Lake, The Night We Called It a Day, and I Capture the Castle, all from 2003. In I Capture the Castle, she played a beautiful daughter of a completely poor English family, which uses Rose as a route to riches, trying to make a good marriage to her; the film is the film adaptation of the novel of the same name, which is a classic in the UK.
In 2004, Rose was cast as Wolfgang Petersen’s Briseida en Troy, alongside Brad Pitt, Eric Bana, Orlando Bloom and Peter O’Toole. It was a secondary role, of a cousin of Hector and Paris who decides to be a priestess of Apollo, but when the Trojan War falls, she becomes the slave and the object of Achilles’ desire, but she was able to overshadow the character of Helen of Troy, played by Diane Kruger.
In that same year, and also working with his partner from Troy, Diane Kruger, he appeared in Wicker Park, the American remake of a French film called The Apartment. It was his first dark role, 1 where a man tries to find the woman he has obsessively fallen in love with, while he is being manipulated by another (Rose), trying to take them away from her.
In 2005 she returned to work with another of her fellow Trojan men, Peter O’Toole, on a BBC miniseries, Casanova, where she played Edith, one of an old Casanova’s maids in the late 18th century.
Without leaving that century, she managed to work under Sofia Coppola at Marie Antoinette as the Duchess of Polignac, one of the queen’s best friends. Soon after, she landed a role in Danny Boyle’s Sunshine, a science fiction thriller.
In 2007, she starred alongside Glenn Close in the series Damages, where she played Ellen Parsons, an ambitious lawyer who was carried away by Glenn Close’s cruel intentions until the end of the series. For her role, she was nominated for a Golden Globe for best-supporting actress in a series.
In 2008 he starred alongside Hugh Dancy Adam in a film about a boy with Asperger’s syndrome.
In 2011 she joined the cast of the film X-Men: First Class where she played Dr. Moira MacTaggert, a CIA agent and the love interest of Charles Xavier (James McAvoy).
In 2012 Rose she appeared in the movie The Place Beyond the Pines where she played Jennifer alongside actors Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper.
In 2013 she returned to play Renai Lambert, the mother of a possessed child in the movie Insidious Chapter 2.
In 2014 she appeared in the film Neighbors (Good neighbors in Latin America) where she played Kelly Radner, a woman and her partner who are parents of a baby and are involved in a series of conflicts with their new neighbors, a fraternity rebellious student.
In 2015 she played Rayna Boyanov, opposite Melissa McCarthy and Jason Statham in the comedy Spy.