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Hilary Swank

Hilary Swank

Birth Date: July 30, 1974
Birth Place: Lincoln, Nebraska
Height: 5' 7"
Eyes: Brown
Hair: Brown
Sign: Leo
Education: South Pasadena High School, South Pasadena, California
Santa Monica City College, Santa Monica, California
Profession: An American actress
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Hilary Swank is a American actress with Spanish Native American descent. Hilary was born on July 30, 1974 in Lincoln, Nebraska, spent much of her childhood in Bellingham, Washington, while moved to Los Angeles at 16, to pursue career in acting.

Swank landed her first film with a small role in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" in 1992. Since then Swank appeared in many TV shows and in many films. Hilary is best known as a double Oscar winner (Best Actress) actress of "Boys Don't Cry" and "Million Dollar Baby".

Before her break into films Hilary appeared in TV shows "Evening Shade" and "Growing Pains". While her first acting performance (at age 9) was as Mowgli on stage show "The Jungle Book". Swank's well known movies include "The Next Karate Kid (1994)", "The Gift (2001)", "The Affair of the Necklace (2001)", "Insomnia (2002)", "The Core (2003)", "Iron Jawed Angels"(2003)", "Red Dust", "The Reaping (2006)", and "The Black Dahlia (2006)".

Swank is now working on projects "Freedom Writers (2007)" and "P.S., I Love You (2008). Swank recently selected as a muse and the spokesperson for a women's fragrance "Guerlain".

Swank married actor Chad Lowe in 1997, but as of now they are not together. Recently in May 2006, they have filed for divorce.

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