Kate Beckinsale Photos:
Kissing - Kate Beckinsale stripping down to her bra and panties and then lesbian kissing Frances McDormand as they undo a guy's belt. Hi-res DVD capture from Laurel Canyon.
Swimming - Pearl Harbor star Kate Beckinsale in a white bra that gets wet and shows a bit of nipple as she gets into a swimming pool. She then begins to make out with Frances McDormand in this nice lesbian scene. Hi-res DVD capture from Laurel Canyon.
On Killborn Show - Kate Beckinsdale of Underworld fame wearing a pink top with very hard nipples and tight white jeans as she talks with a guy for quite a while from The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn.
On a Bed - Kate Beckinsale laying in bed with her shirt pulled up to her breasts and showing some pokey nipples as a guy first goes down on her and then has sex with her. Afterwards, we see her lying with the side of her butt exposed and a sheet partially covering her. Hi-res DVD capture from Laurel Canyon.
Academy Awards - Kate Beckinsale looking very busty in a low cut dress that shows off some surprisingly large cleavage as she talks with Giuliana DePandi from E!'s Post Show.
Kate Beckinsale Nude Photos:
Nude - Kate Beckinsale of Pearl Harbor fame walking towards the camera in white panties as she removes her bra, giving us a good look at her topless while she looks at some art. Hi-res DVD capture from Uncovered.
Nude - Van Helsing star Kate Beckinsale laying in a guy's lap on a couch as he pulls up her shirt, revealing her left breast, which he squeezes and sucks on. Hi-res DVD capture from Uncovered .
Nude - Kate Beckinsale fully nude as she sits on the arm of a couch, then reaching over and grabbing a blanket, giving us a nice look at her breasts as she steps off the couch before covering up. Hi-res DVD capture from Uncovered.
Kate Beckinsale Quotes:
"If someone had told me years ago that sharing a sense of humor was so vital to partnerships, I could have avoided a lot of sex!"
"No one is more enslaved than a slave who doesn't think they're enslaved."
"I try and take lots of vitamins and I don't drink. I do smoke, though, I'd be insufferable if I didn't smoke, you'd have to push me off a balcony I'd be so boring."
"If I ever have sex with someone I might be able to develop a sense of humour."
"People should realize women aren't just whores or virgins, I want to see women who are real human beings."
"With every project you do, you bring out a part of yourself, and it seems to be quite a good way of expanding a person."
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Kate Beckinsale Biography:
Kate took some time to emerge from the shadow of her father, the much-beloved comic actor Richard Beckinsale, star of Rising Damp, The Lovers and Porridge. Born on July 26th, 1973, she was only five when he suddenly and unexpectedly passed away, leaving her to be raised by her mother, the actress Judy Loe (Kate has a half-sister, Samantha Beckinsale, herself an actress and star of London's Burning - they met when very young, but not again till 1995). Yet, so popular was her dad, and so shocked was the nation by his untimely death, that she would for years be talked about as his tragic daughter, rather than her own person.
Her bereavement affected her deeply. She describes herself then as "a furious and passionate child" who went off the rails at school. She was further disturbed at the age of nine when Loe began a relationship with director Roy Battersby and moved in with him - Kate now having to share her space with Battersby's daughter and four loud sons. She remembers feeling "invaded", and hoping that her mother would not remarry, though she now gladly acknowledges Battersby's positive influence on her life.
Attending public school at Godolphin and Latymer, she was a bright student, tomboyish and encouraged to be foul-mouthed by Battersby, a working-class Londoner who found it hilarious to hear a posh girl swear. But her fury at her father's death gradually turned inwards, making her troubled and withdrawn, with a paranoid fear of illness, till she reached breakdown in the form of anorexia - anorexia, as she says, being "the mode of nervous breakdown most available to teenage girls". By the age of 15, she weighed just five stone yet, with the support of Loe and Battersby, and the aid of five years of Freudian analysis, eventually recovered. Now she claims that anorexia and the learning process it forced upon her were "the best thing that ever happened to me".
Throughout this crisis, though, her passion and creativity were undimmed (she proudly claims the same birthday as Jung, Aldous Huxley and George Bernard Shaw). She won the prestigious WH Smith's Young Writers competition two years running, once for her short stories, once for poetry. And, having been asked all her life whether she would follow her parents into acting, she decided that she would. She'd always enjoyed theatre, once following The Rocky Horror Show round the country, all togged up and hurling obscenities and tampons at the stage. Now, she joined a youth theatre near her home in Chiswick, and began seeking employment.
Aside from this, she played an older Alice in Through The Looking Glass, and was tremendous in Merchant-Ivory's return to form, The Golden Bowl, though there were stories in the press that all was not well in the filming of the latter. One alleged that Beckinsale feuded with co-star Jeremy Northam and, when she once dropped a line, he accused her of ruining his performance and followed her to her caravan, yelling abuse till Michael Sheen had to hit him. There was also a tape-version of Romeo And Juliet, wherein Kate and Sheen publicly professed their love for one another in the immortal words of The Bard. Ahhh.
And now there's Pearl Harbour, where she takes her first major starring role, as Ben Affleck's lover, nurse Evelyn Johnson (she actually got the part when Charlize Theron pulled out to do Sweet November). For this she took no fee from producers Disney, instead agreeing to a percentage of profits. If general predictions prove to be correct, the film will make her both a star and a very rich woman. Smart and funny, she's still her father's daughter. But now Richard Beckinsale is Kate Beckinsale's dad.