Proving all good things come with a price, Sandra Bullock's Oscar Curse saw her winning the biggest accolade in her career one night, and days later finding out she was facing the ultimate betrayal from her husband, Jesse James.
In 2007, writer Sandra Blakeslee of the New York Times published an in-depth article detailing how scientists were able to use virtual reality goggles and other instruments to induce the sensation of an out-of-body experience.
Following her public divorce, Sandra Bullock has returned to her previously private life where she remains close to her friends and family; continues to work on film projects, and takes care of her adopted son, Louis.
Sandra Bullock received her first screen credits in 1987 for the film Hangmen, but it wasn’t until her role in 1994’s Speed that she began to get noticed by the industry and movie-going crowds.
Sandra Bullock is well known for her support of the American Red Cross and Doctors Without Borders, and has donated one million dollars to the organizations on three separate occasions for disaster relief.
Phrases like 'seriously!' and Dr. Mc Dreamy and McSteamy and even McVet entered the vernacular while stars like Patrick Dempsey, Katherine Heigl, Sandra Oh and Ellen Pompeo became household names.
Since 1994, her filmography has been peppered with many different character roles and Sandra has shown that she will not be typecast; her talent is as diverse and original as the actress herself.
Sandra studied music and ballet dancing as a child.After attending high school in the United States, where she took part in school theater productions, she went on to East Carolina University.
Born on July 26, 1964, Sandra Bullock began with minor acting roles while she was young, but her first prominent role was in the 1994 action thriller Speed starring with Keanu Reeves.
Sandra Bullock's life was relatively quiet on the personal front until 2010 when public scandal erupted from Bullock’s marriage to Monster Garage’s Jesse James.