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Born on April 19, 1981, this strapping young man is the third of four children to Alie and David Christensen, both worked in communication business owning 'Christensen Communications'.
Though born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, he was brought up and spent most of his formative years in Markham, Ontario.
"I was like, says this child of parents who emigrated to America from Jerusalem when she was a child.
(Portman isn't her real name; she borrowed it from her grandmother to protect her father, a fertility specialist, whose name is distinctive.) Her first in which the love story between Padmé and Anakin, played by Hayden Christensen, let her become, as she has put it, Revealing-Outfit Girl.
When being asked about his favorite movie, the 'Star Wars' trilogy, Hayden Christensen answered enthusiastically, "A long time ago, in a country not so far away, I was eight years old, doing my best Darth Vader imitation." It is true that as a child who grew up loving the epic saga, this young Canadian actor was keen on impersonating its prominent character.
During rare interviews, both mom and dad couldn't help but express their happiness at expanding their family."I have this little angel in my life now and Rachel and I are so thrilled," Hayden shared with E! "We don't sleep as much as we used to, but it's all so worth it."When asked what is the best part about being a dad, the actor simply replied with, "Everything."As for Rachel, she loves all of her quality time with Briar Rose Christensen.From dinner dates at Island's or baking nights in the kitchen, mother-daughter moments away from the public eye are something the actress loves."She's doing good," Rachel previously shared with E! magazine’s latest issue and she opens up about their relationship in the interview.
“He’s so incredibly supportive and considerate,” Rachel said. Because these things are so much more important when you’re older.
"There's a lot of bare midriff and shoulders this time." On our way to attend an evening reading by novelists Salman Rushdie and Jamaica Kincaid and poet John Ashbery, Portman chats about student life on campus.