Naomi Watts's full name is Naomi Ellen Watts was born on September 28, 1968, in Shoreham, Kent, England.

She is the daughter of Myfanwy (Miv) Edwards (née Roberts), an antiques dealer and costume and set designer,

and Peter Watts (1946–1976), a road manager and sound engineer who worked with Pink Floyd. Watts' grandfather was Welsh.

Vats were divorced by his parents at the age of four. After the divorce, Watts and his older brother, Ben Watts,

traveled with their mother to the southeast of England several times. Peter Watts left Pink Floyd in 1974 and remarried in 1976.

In August 1976, he was found dead in a flat in Notting Hill, apparently of a heroin overdose.

After his death, Watts's mother moved the family to Llanjeffney and Llanferpwalgvingil, a town on the English island of Llanfour Farms in North Wales,

where she lived for three years with Watts's grandparents, Nicky and Hugh Roberts.

During this time, Watts studied at the Welsh-medium school, Ysgol Gifun Langfny.

She later said of her time in Wales: "We took Welsh lessons at a school somewhere in the middle, while everyone else was learning English.

Wherever we went, I would adopt and choose the regional accent. Now the important thing is That I am. An actress anyone.

Well, my childhood was sad, but not lacking in love. In 1978, his mother remarried,

and Watts and his brother moved to Suffolk, where they met at Thomas Mills High School Watts said that he wanted his mother,

after seeing her performances on stage, to become an actress and to see the fame of the 1980 film since then.

In 1982, when Watts was 14, she moved to Sydney, Australia, with her mother, brother, and stepfather.

Mefnavi established a career in the growing film business, working as a stylist for a television commercial,

then turning to costume design, eventually working for the soap opera Return to Eden.

After his stay, Watts was taught acting by his mother; She auditioned for several television commercials where she met and befriended actress Nicole Kidman.

Watts made her acting debut in the 1986 drama For Love Alone, which was based on Christina Stead's novel of the same name and produced by Margaret Fink.

In Australia, Watts attended Mossman High School and North Sydney Girls High School. She failed to graduate from school,

later working as a papergirl, a negative cutter, and running a gourmet store on Sydney's affluent north coast.

She decided to become a model at the age of 18. She signed with a modeling agency that sent her to Japan,

but after several unsuccessful auditions, she returned to Sydney. There, she worked in department store advertising,

which led to her being hired as an assistant fashion editor to Follow Me Magazine.

A casual invitation to attend a drama workshop prompted Watts to quit her job and start acting.

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