Actress Vanessa Kirby never thought of acting before she was invited to “Mission: Impossible 6”, “Fast & Furious 9”.
When Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw premiered, Vanessa Kirby impressed Hattie Shaw. On IMDb, she is the fifth highest-rated actor globally this week, higher than both her co-stars Jason Statham and Dwayne Johnson in the film. Her character is a special agent, younger sister Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham), attracted by beauty and has many scenes fighting in the evil confrontation of Brixton (Idris Elba).
Recent “action” is often associated with Vanessa. Last summer, she starred in Tom Cruise’s blockbuster Mission: Impossible – Fallout as the boss of the arms trade. This year, the beauty born in 1988 is the heroine in an episode of the world’s top-selling action brand. The Ringer commented that she was worthy of the action star, Rolling Stone even called Kirby “the new action hero of the summer”.
At the start of her career, Vanessa never thought she would become “a woman”, like sharing on Rolling Stone: “I am not the type of action movie actor. I am a stage-loving girl in London.” The female star grew up in Wimbledon (England) in a well-off family, whose father was the famous doctor Roger Kirby and his mother was the editor of Country Living magazine. On the Guardian, Vanessa says there is a happy childhood with good social and economic conditions. However, she said she was bullied at school and contracted a parasitic disease from 9 to 11 years old, making her often nauseous.
Her father regularly takes her daughter to watch movies, plays, and helps her to foster artistic love. Vanessa is passionate about drama, has performed many plays during her school days and stole pictures of actor Ben Whishaw as Hamlet (Shakespeare’s character in the same name) at school.
Vanessa has been acting professionally since 2010, both in the theater and film sectors, primarily with a psychological role. From the beginning of her career, she was “immersed” in the praise of acting. As Rosalind in the drama As You Like It (2010), the beauty was praised by Guardian as “outstanding talent”. With The Acid Test in Royal Court (London, England), Vanessa was written by Paul Taylor of the Independent as “an unprecedented star”. She won four awards for drama from 2010 to 2015.