Kidman is known for being Australian but she was actually born in Hawaii. When Kidman was born in 1967, her parents were living on the island, while her father Tony was doing his Ph.D. Her big break came in the 1989 movie “Dead Calm.” Her career is too vast to even try and summarize, but some of her biggest roles include starring in “Moulin Rouge” and “The Hours.”
You might know her as a blonde, but if you go back to pictures of her from when she was young you’ll learn she actually has red curly hair!
Born in Scotland, this actress climbed to prominence by appearing on "Doctor Who" in the role of Amy Pond. She has gone on to appear in a number of TV shows and films and portrayed model Jean Shrimpton in the 2012 movie "We’ll Take Manhattan."
She also notably played the part of Nebula in 2019's "Avengers: Endgame." When she's not busy acting, she gets to rest and think about how she won the genetic lottery, having naturally red hair.
He doesn't need an introduction, does he? Buckingham bad boy Prince Harry has been known for causing several stirs in his promiscuous 20s. It turns out that good looks can sometimes be a magnet for trouble as much as a magnet for beautiful girls.
Harry’s 30s are a lot more settled down. He married actress Meghan Markle, had two babies, and now his natural flaming red hair is the only wild thing about him. If you forget about how he and his wife decided to step down from their roles in the royal family, that is!
Cynthia Nixon, who played Miranda, doesn't really have red hair! She merely agreed to dye her hair red for all six seasons of the show, Showrunner wanted her piercings as well, but that's where she drew the line. She didn’t have her ears already pierced and refused to do so for the show.
She returned to "And Just Like That...", HBO's "Sex and The City" revival where she insisted on being all-natural, with her gray hair.
Kate Winslet was slowly making a name for herself in the ’90s with roles in films such as "Sense and Sensibility" and "Heavenly Creatures", but her starring performance in the 1997 blockbuster "Titanic" set her in stone as a megastar.
After Titanic, the British beauty appeared in acclaimed movies such as "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" and "Steve Jobs". When we met her for the first time, she had bright red hair and we've later seen her sporting both blonde and brown. Her true color is actually blonde.