Oscar-winner Nicole Kidman has become one of the biggest stars in Hollywood. Let's take a look at the actress' career so far.
Kidman started out starring in a number of small Australian films and TV shows, including 1983's "BMX Bandits" and ...
... the surfing drama "Windrider."
However, it was the 1989 thriller "Dead Calm," co-starring Sam Neill and Billy Zane, that gave her her breakthrough.
Kidman made her Hollywood debut by starring alongside then-boyfriend Tom Cruise in the 1990 auto racing film "Days of Thunder," playing a young doctor who falls in love with a NASCAR driver.
She and Cruise re-teamed for Ron Howard's period drama "Far and Away" in 1990.
Kidman and Cruise, seen here in June 1993, were married on Christmas Eve in 1990.
The year 1995 was a big one for Kidman, who first appeared in Gus Van Sant's critically acclaimed "To Die For," playing murderous newscaster Suzanne Stone Maretto.
That summer saw her star in "Batman Forever" opposite Val Kilmer in what has proven to be the highest-grossing film of her career to this point.
Her "To Die For" performance earned her a second Golden Globe nomination, after 1991's "Billy Bathgate," and her first win, as seen here at the 53rd Annual Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 21, 1995.
Nicole Kidman and Madonna pose backstage at the 54th Annual Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 19, 1997. Kidman presented Madonna with a Golden Globe for her role in "Evita."
Kidman arrives for the New York premiere of "Peacemaker" on Sept. 22, 1997.
In 1999, Kidman and Cruised teamed up for their third and final movie together, Stanley Kubrick's "Eyes Wide Shut."
The film, which would end up being Kubrick's last, was subject to censorship controversies due to the explicit nature of its sex scenes.
Kidman and Cruise separated in May 1998, before "Eyes Wide Shut" was even released. Their divorce was made official in 2001.
Kidman poses with George Clooney after presenting him with his Golden Globe for "O Brother, Where Art Thou" on Jan. 21, 2001.
After taking some time off, Kidman returned with a strong year in 2001, starting with her acclaimed performance in the musical "Moulin Rouge!" alongside co-star Ewan McGregor.
That same year also saw her take starring turns in the paranormal period thriller "The Others" and ...
... as a mysterious Russian mail-order bride in "Birthday Girl."
"Moulin Rouge!" earned Kidman her second Golden Globe. She's seen here holding the award for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy on Jan. 20, 2002. She was also nominated in the drama category for "The Others."
Kidman on the red carpet in 2001.
Kidman poses for fans upon arriving at the New York premiere of "The Others" on Aug. 2, 2001.
Kidman poses for photos with actress Charlize Theron after arriving at the 2002 MTV Movie Awards on June 1, 2002. Kidman won Best Female Performance and Best Musical Sequence for her role in "Moulin Rouge!"
Her portrayal of Virginia Woolf in 2002's "The Hours" earned Kidman her second Oscar nomination and her first win.
Kidman and Jack Nicholson show off their Golden Globe awards at the 60th annual Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 19, 2003. Kidman won for "The Hours" and Nicholson won for "About Schmidt."
Kidman poses with the Best Actress Oscar she won for "The Hours" at the 75th annual Academy Awards on March 23, 2003.
Kidman reaches out to touch her star as it is unveiled on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Jan. 13, 2003.
In 2003's "Cold Mountain," Kidman played Southerner Ada Monroe, who is in love with Law's character and separated by the Civil War.
Kidman waits her turn before posing for a photocall at the Venice Film Festival on Sept. 8, 2004, in support of her movie "Birth."
Kidman appeared opposite Sean Penn in the Sydney Pollack 2005 thriller "The Interpreter," playing United Nations translator Silvia Broome.
Also in 2005, she starred in "Bewitched," based on the 1960s TV sitcom of the same name, opposite Will Ferrell. Both Kidman and Ferrell earned that year's Razzie Award for "Worst Screen Couple."
Kidman poses during a promotional event in Shanghai, China, on June 17, 2006.
Kidman married country singer Keith Urban, seen here together in 2007, during a ceremony in Sydney, Australia, on June 25, 2006.
In 2007, she played the villainous Marisa Coulter in the fantasy adventure "The Golden Compass."
In 2008, she reunited with "Moulin Rouge!" director Baz Luhrmann in the Australian period film Australia, co-starring Hugh Jackman.
Kidman and Urban watch a match between Australia's Lleyton Hewitt and Serbia's Novak Djokovic at the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne on Jan. 21, 2008.
Kidman, in her role as a goodwill ambassador for the United Nations Development Fund for Women, testifies on international violence against women before the House Foreign Affairs committe on Capitol Hill in Washington on Oct. 21, 2009.
Urban and Kidman arrive at the 52nd annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on Jan. 31, 2010.
Kidman attends a charity banquet in Hong Kong on May 20, 2010.
Kidman earned her third Oscar nomination for 2010's "Rabbit Hole," co-starring with Aaron Eckhart as a couple dealing with the death of their son.
Kidman arrives at the 2011 Film Independent Spirit Awards in Santa Monica, Calif., on Feb. 26, 2011.
Urban and Kidman arrive at the 83rd Academy Awards in Hollywood on Feb. 27, 2011.
Kidman poses backstage at the 83rd Academy Awards in Hollywood, Calif., on Feb. 27, 2011.
Kidman and Urban arrive at the 45th Country Music Association Awards in Nashville on Nov. 9, 2011.
In 2011, Kidman starred opposite Nicolas Cage in Joel Schumacher's 2011 crime thriller "Trespass."
Kidman poses with co-stars Matthew McConaughey and Zac Efron during a photocall for the film "The Paperboy" at the 65th Cannes Film Festival on May 24, 2012.
In "The Paperboy," Kidman plays a sultry "trailer-trash vixen" and the lover of John Cusack's character, a man on death row whose case is being investigated by a journalist played by McConaughey.
Kidman played Ernest Hemingway's third wife Martha Gellhorn in the HBO movie "Hemingway & Gellhorn" in May 2012, with Clive Owen portraying Hemingway. Gellhorn, a World War II correspondent who married to the famous writer between 1940 and 1945, was Hemingway's inspiration for "For Whom the Bell Tolls."
Kidman arrives with Urban at the Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills on Jan. 13, 2013.
Kidman arrives at the 55th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 10, 2013.
In 2013 she appeared in the psychological thriller "Stoker," where she played a widowed and unstable mother to a character played by Mia Wasikowska ("Alice in Wonderland" and "Jane Eyre").
Kidman starred as Grace Kelly in "Grace of Monaco," a movie detailing the life of the former Hollywood actress during a political dispute between her husband, Prince Rainier III of Monaco, and France’s Charles De Gaulle in the early 1960s.