Sandra Bullock, born in Arlington, Virginia on July 26, 1964. She wedded TV hit Monster Garage star Jesse James in 2005. The couple divorced in 2010, and she proclaimed to retain the custody of her adopted son, Louis. Starting with the early life, she made her debut in a German opera when she was five. Her mother was a German opera zinger, so spent most for her childhood in Nuremberg, Germany. She used to perform in most of the kid’s chorus of whatever production her mom was in. At the age of 12, Sandra Bullock with her parents moved to Washington DC and had no troubles fitting in and soon got herself involved in school’s theater production until she graduated in 1982. Then, she started studying acting at East Carolina University, but left college and moved to New York in 1986 to seek after acting decisively. She joined a theatre there where she took acting classes and supported herself with bartending and waitressing.
Sandra Bullock made her debut as a professional actor in an Off-Broadway production at the age of 21. Her early acting jobs, which included small roles in television and B-movies, were not so successful and often embarrassing. Bullock also played the role of Tess Gill in an unfortunate NBC sitcom Working Girl. It was Hollywood Hit Speed in 1994 that made Sandra Bullock gain genuine fame and broad acknowledgement. Bullock’s valiant performance boosted the commercial success.
In the mid-1990s, Sandra Bullock starred in many big budget movies from time to time. Films like While You Were Sleeping (1995), The Net (1995), A Time to Kill (1996) performed well, but Two If By Sea and Speed 2: Cruise Control were flops. Sandra Bullock starred with Nicole Kidman in the comedy Practical Magic (1998). Her comedy film Miss Congeniality (2000) in which Sandra Bullock played the role of an alcoholic newspaper columnist was a box-office success. The process of ups and downs in her professional acting career went on. Till she hit it big with the true life-story of African-American football player Michael Oher, The Blind Side (2009). Winning the Academy Award for best performance in leading role, it was a career quantum leap for her. Sandra Bullock took after with another enormous achievement in 2013, taking up the lead role as an astronaut and a medical engineer in the film Gravity, co-starring George Clooney. The movie won seven Academy Awards. In 2015, Bullock’s voice was heard occupying the character Scarlett Overkill in the animated movie Minions.