Birth Name: Rosamund Pike
Birth Place: London, England, GB
She was born Jan. 28, 1979, in London, England to a family of performing artists; her father, Julian Pike, was an opera singer and her mother, Caroline Pike, a concert violinist. On the road frequently for their work, the Pikes sent their daughter to the venerable Badminton School in Bristol, the all-girls boarding school notable for educating the likes of Claire Bloom and Indira Gandhi. There, she gravitated to the arts, became proficient at the cello and tried her hand at drama. At age 16, she was accepted into the National Youth Theatre, and her performance as Juliet in the theater's staging of "Romeo and Juliet" would garner the attention of a theatrical agent who wasted no time signing ...
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