Rosamund pike dating robie uniacke
Pike, who appears on the cover of Vogue this month, admits she could sometimes appear 'aloof’ and 'ethereal’, putting it down to her determination to become an actress from an early age. This point is what I’ve been working for since I was small sitting at the side of my parents’ rehearsal rooms and figuring out what I believed in.” Now she is about to appear opposite Ben Affleck in one of Hollywood’s most sought after female roles - Amy Dunne, the wife in Gone Girl, directed by David Fincher, who flew her to St Louis to drink whisky with him to see if she had the “balls” to play the part.
Rosamund had previously hinted that marriage may not necessarily be for her, telling Vogue in 2012: ‘It is interesting to break all the rules.
Ayant commencé sa carrière d'actrice très jeune au théâtre, elle fait ses débuts à la télévision en 1998.Jon Hamm is NOT trying to date Rosamund Pike, despite a report. We’re told from sources on both sides that the claim is unequivocally false.The allegation can be found in the pages of this week’s , and a so-called “insider” for the tabloid says Hamm “had a big part in getting her cast.” The supposedly smitten Hamm is said to think Pike is “supertalented and gorgeous,” not to mention “confident and sexy,” as well as “mesmerizing.” The “hitch,” says , is that Pike has been in a committed relationship with Robie Uniacke, with whom she has two children, since 2009.The former Bond girl, who suffered a string of broken relationships before she met Robie Uniacke, a mathematical researcher, says his “astute mind” helped shape the way she approaches her characters.
She said: “I have a very clever partner who’s got a very astute mind and is very, very well read and articulate and ruthless about how something I do might play out on screen.“I feel very uncomfortable because people think I have walked into this profession through connections and looks, and they somehow think it’s easy – and it’s not f****** easy. And I didn’t have parents, or a social set, who had anything to do with the film industry,” she said.