Catherine Blanchett is an Austrialian actress, born in Melbourne in 1969. She gained many awards in her career: 2 Oscar Academy Awards, 3 Screen Actors Guild Awards, 3 Golden Globe, 3 BAFTA Award, e 1 Coppa Volpi at Festival di Venezia. She has been noted for her role in Elisabeth I (1998), thanks to which she got her first Oscar Academy nomination and acting the role of Galadriel in the trilogy of Lord of the Rings. In 2005 she win the Oscar as best no protagonist actress for her interpretation of Katharine Hepburn in The Aviator by Martin Scorsese, while in 2014 she finally win the Oscar as best actress in Blue Jasmine di Woody Allen. In 2018 she preside the jury of Cannes.