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American actress known for her role in Million Dollar Baby


Hilary Ann Swank is an American actress. Her Hollywood film career began with a small part in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992) and then a major part in The Next Karate Kid (1994), where she played Julie Pierce, the first female protege of sensei Mr. Miyagi. She has become known for her two Academy Award-winning performances: first as Brandon Teena, a transgender man (FTM) in the movie Boys Don't Cry (1999), and a struggling waitress-turned-boxer, Maggie Fitzgerald, in Million Dollar Baby (2004).

Hilary Swank Info

Birth nameHilary Ann Swank
Date of BirthJuly 30, 1974
Place of BirthLincoln, Nebraska, U.S.
Spouse (s)Chad Lowe (1997-2006)
Years active1990–present
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 People around me laugh because I still have a deep understanding of what a dollar gets you and how far to make that dollar go. No wonder my closet is a hodgepodge. I have everything from Louboutins to Payless, from Gap to designer stuff. You don’t have to have a brand name on to be stylish. You can mix it all together and it works. 
— Hilary Swank still appreciates money / August 17, 2010
 A lot of people look at divorce as a failure. I really look at my relationship with Chad as 14 years of success. I will carry him in my heart forever. He’s a part of me. Friends of mine and I talk about this. Does someone come into your life for a certain time, and then you are supposed to go your separate ways? There’s a part of me that thinks that’s true. There are friendships that we grow out of. But I believe in the long haul. I believe in having a monogamous relationship. 
— Hilary Swank sees divorce as a success / August 17, 2010
 I believe in the sanctity of marriage. John and I, you know, we were both in long marriages and it’s not something that we need to rush back into. 
— Hilary Swank is in no hurry to marry John Campisi / August 17, 2010
 I've spent a lot of time with Betty Anne, and she is an extraordinary woman and one of my heroes — she is something else, this woman, 
— Hilary Swank saying Betty Anne Waters is one of her heroes / March 12, 2010
 Betty Anne Waters is another biopic. It's a true story and she's living. Just like Erin Gruwell, in Freedom Writers, this person is alive and going to see the film. 
— Hilary Swank saying there is lot of pressure playing the roles of real people in movies / March 12, 2010