A couple of weeks ago I watched one of Ms Weisz’s more recent films, Agora, in which she deals with an overly amorous student in her class by giving him a rather bizarre present. I immediately thought that if that was me, I would rather have been whipped (as would have been appropriate in the period of history that the film was set in) but then again I have fantasized about being chastised by Ms Weisz in whichever character she has played in all of her films.
Rachel Weisz always looks strong but amazingly feminine, even in the saggy communist uniform that she wore in Enemy at the gates. She has those dark smoldering looks that hits the mental “Yes Miss” button and has me diving, trousers around my ankles, for the nearest desk. I think that the image that suited her best as Top though, was of the adventuring explorer in the Mummy Films. Oh! to be a chastisable villain to this heroine.
Rachel Weisz was born in London in 1971 and was raised in the UK. She attended a private school for girls before moving on to Cambridge university, where she obtained a degree in English. Besides taking part in amateur dramatics from an early age there is no evidence (that I have seen) that suggests that Ms Weisz has had any formal stage training. Despite this She has been appearing on TV since 1993 and on stage and in films since 1995 and is enjoying a varied and successful acting career. Rachel Weisz has one child. If you want to find out more about Ms Weisz you can visit her Wiki page through THIS LINK.