Famke janssen dating
Janssen was born as Famke Beumer Janssen on November 5, 1964, in Amstelveen, Netherlands.
She belongs to the White ethnicity/race and holds a Dutch nationality.
What was it like having Neeson as your ex who is still in love with you? In the story, he’s married to his work and I think that would be problematic in a relationship. It’s the only way to sustain yourself in this business because there are millions of people fighting for your place. When you have 20 days to shoot an entire film, you are constantly up against the clock and the money. My oldest sister is one of Holland’s most successful directors, she’s just made a film with Holly Hunter. She was an artist in a man’s world and was enormously respected but when I bring up her name, most people don’t know who she is. But I eat out all the time because I don’t know how to cook. I’ve learned how to open a can of black beans and throw it in the pot, put some olive oil and salt on top, let it boil and then eat it. That way, Liam wouldn’t have to do anything because he really doesn’t want to come back for another one.
You have been reinventing yourself as a director in your new film, Bringing Up Bobby, starring Milla Jovovich. Milla plays a woman from Ukraine living in Oklahoma with her 11-year-old son. Great – I like being creative and I love movie sets. I got to be part of the entire process and learned everything from scratch. And, as a director, you have to be ruthless sometimes. What preceded it were years of struggling and being turned down in Hollywood for every imaginable reason. I think any man of that calibre would have been recognised much more as an artist. I love to ride my bicycle along the Hudson River in New York.
Janssen portrayed Jean Grey in the Marvel Studios movie, X-Men in 2000.
Janssen continued portraying the character in rest of the series of X-Men.
She has two sisters, actress Marjolein Beumer, and director Antoinette Beumer.
Janssen attended the University of Amsterdam, where she learned economics for a year.
Besides Janssen appeared as supporting roles in the movies including, Celebrity, City of Industry, Gingerbread Man and Monument Ave.
Later in the 1990s, she went to Columbia University and studied creative writing & literature.
She graduated from the University in 1992 with Bachelors of Arts degree.
Her ex-husband was a son of architect Tod Williams.
However, the couple failed to continue their married life and divorced in 2000.