Natasha McElhone

Pencil Portrait by Antonio Bosano.

Natasha McElhone Pencil Portrait
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Wide-eyed, with cheekbones that could scrape the ceiling, Natasha McElhone has a face that can best be described as distinctly interesting and God I should know, I’ve drawn enough of them in my lifetime to make the distinction between those that are, and those that aren’t. I could of course, talk at length about what’s wrong with her face or if that’s unkind, to what degree her features deviate from the notion of accepted beauty. But here’s where matters take a comical turn, because ultimately she’s a real ‘head turner,’ a point in case where attractiveness makes a mockery of all the conventional rules.

An English actress of stage, screen and television, best known for her roles in American films such as Ronin,’ ‘The Truman Show and Solaris,’ in addition to the US Tv series Californication,’ personal tragedy would bring out hitherto unknown writing skills after her husband died unexpectedly of a heart attack in 2008. Her book takes the form of a series of letters to him, sometimes documenting the daily trivia of life, but also dealing with how she and their young children were coping with their loss.

“After You: Letters of Love, and Loss, to a Husband and Father,” was published in July 2010.