While she was performing with Leeanna Walsman (Zam Wesell) in the play La Dispute for the Sydney Theatre Company, Rose Byrne was discovered by casting director Robin Gurland and given the small role of Dormé in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones (2002).
Rose Byrne as Dormé, the handmaiden to Natalie Portman’s Senator Padmé Amidala, in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones
I got to work with Natalie. I’m such a fan of her and her work. She’s my age, and she was so lovely to me. I only had one line. “I’m worried about you, my lady, go back to the Capitol,” or something like that. I worked heavily, months and months of work, with various acting coaches. It was a lot of work, but me and George, we got there in the end.
Rose Byrne transitioned to Hollywood in the small role of Dormé in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones
Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones, a 2002 American epic space-opera film directed by George Lucas, was filmed in 2000 when Rose Byrne was 21-years-old.
In June 2013, Rose Byrne attended the premiere of ‘I Give It a Year’ in London wearing the popular “Dolly” pumps from Charlotte Olympia.
The beautiful brunette paired her black-and-gold detailed heels with a soft and flowing peach-coral-toned dress by Balenciaga, Dana Rebecca jewelry, and an ivory clutch by Thale Blanc. Her soft curled hairstyle and rosy cheeks finished the look perfectly!
Rose Byrne’s soft curled hairstyle and rosy cheeks
The ‘Dolly’ pumps are available in several color options at Net-A-Porter, but Rose made the perfect choice by going with the black-and-gold version.
Rose Byrne’s flowing peach-coral-toned dress by Balenciaga
She could have opted for a coordinating pair of evening shoes, but the gold platform of this style added the ideal touch of Hollywood glam. The black suede juxtaposed the lightness of her gown perfectly.
Rose Byrne at the European Premiere of ‘I Give It A Year’ at Vue West End on January 24, 2013, in London, England
Rose Byrne toting an ivory clutch by Thale Blanc
Rose Byrne rocking the popular “Dolly” pumps from Charlotte Olympia
Pretty gorgeous, don’t you think? The asymmetrical platform adds a very modern touch that we adore.
Charlotte Olympia “Dolly” Island Platform Pumps, $795
Do you agree that the “Dolly” screams Hollywood glamour? We think she’s the perfect pair of evening pumps! Tell us what you think of Rose Byrne rocking them on the red carpet!
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