And on Thursday, the Australian export turned heads yet again at the Brotherhood/Sister Sol 2017 Gala in New York.
The 37-year-old actress, who graced the red carpet with partner Bobby Cannavale, opted for a black pantsuit for the event.
‘And I think those questions are really for the producers — why are you paying women less?
I feel like actresses often get lumped with these questions, and it’s like, sure, there’s disparity, but you should ask the people in power — they’re the ones who have the responsibility and the power to change stuff.’ Which is exactly what she is planning to do, from the inside.
As he explained to the , he almost didn't graduate: “I didn’t have the credits, because I failed math every year, so I had to go to summer school."Determined to become an actor, Cannavale lived with his grandmother in New Jersey while he tried to get his first big break.
Byrne, whose break came at 13 in Australian film Dallas Doll, said the company was a response to a “broken” film industry.
Rose kept her brunette locks simple and in check sporting a messy top knot and added peep-toe boots to give her look an extra edge.
Adding a small pair of earrings and a camouflaged black over-the-shoulder clutch, the brunette beauty was also seen again wearing a ring on 'that' finger.
I think in a lot of mainstream US comedies women are always the nagging one, the downer.
Those films are a bit misogynistic.’ Byrne, the Australian star of Bad Neighbours, Damages and Bridesmaids, is in part responsible for changing attitudes — Bridesmaids was the film widely credited with persuading naysayers that female-led comedies could be commercially successful, making almost 0 million at box offices worldwide — but the issue of the gender pay gap remains a hot potato in Hollywood, with actresses such as Jessica Chastain refusing to take roles if they are paid less than their male co-stars.