Michelle monaghan dating

07-Apr-2020 15:22

They began dating after meeting in a New York City bar.

Michelle finally got her first starring role as the love interest in Shane Black's meta-thriller-comedy, “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang” starring Val Kilmer as a gay private eye and Robert Downey, Jr. Michelle was appealing, even if the film proved a bit much for audiences to swallow.Those jobs took her to London, Milan, Singapore and Hong Kong.Michelle began to take the show business life a bit more seriously.By 2000, Michelle was getting her share of television work, appearing in two episodes of the short-lived “Young Americans” and one episode of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” not to mention a series of ads for deodorant and feminine hygiene products. Soon, a supporting role in the little-seen fashion industry drama, “Perfume,” was followed by a part in a more successful film: 2002's “Unfaithful” with Diane Lane and Richard Gere.That was followed by an eight-episode run on “Boston Public” and more supporting roles in films like “Constantine” and “The Bourne Supremacy” – though most of that work remained on the proverbial cutting room floor.

Michelle finally got her first starring role as the love interest in Shane Black's meta-thriller-comedy, “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang” starring Val Kilmer as a gay private eye and Robert Downey, Jr. Michelle was appealing, even if the film proved a bit much for audiences to swallow.

Those jobs took her to London, Milan, Singapore and Hong Kong.

Michelle began to take the show business life a bit more seriously.

By 2000, Michelle was getting her share of television work, appearing in two episodes of the short-lived “Young Americans” and one episode of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” not to mention a series of ads for deodorant and feminine hygiene products. Soon, a supporting role in the little-seen fashion industry drama, “Perfume,” was followed by a part in a more successful film: 2002's “Unfaithful” with Diane Lane and Richard Gere.

That was followed by an eight-episode run on “Boston Public” and more supporting roles in films like “Constantine” and “The Bourne Supremacy” – though most of that work remained on the proverbial cutting room floor.

Born in 1976 and raised in Winthrop, Iowa (population 700), Michelle started acting in school plays, but it took a conversation with her mother before she ever considered doing the job professionally.