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Background: "I like healthy-looking guys with good, clean skin.And I like men who have brains but are still very childish.
The actress, who debuted with the fantasy adventure A Kid in Aladdin's Palace (1997), later gained wide notice as the original character Lara Croft, from the Eidos Interactive Tomb Raider video game series, before Angelina Jolie replaced her.Brown-eyed, 5'8 inches tall Mitra has measurements of 34-24-35.She reportedly underwent breast implant surgery to gain a better physical appearance for the fictional character Lara Croft.Troubled Teen "I did a hell of a lot of E's and there was a lot of cocaine too. It was nasty and sordid." Rhona Mitra Of English, Indian and Irish descendant, Rhona Mitra, sometimes credited as Rona Mitra, was born on August 9, 1976, in Paddington, London, England.Her parents are Anthony Mitra, a top cosmetic surgeon, and Nora. Rhona, who was raised Catholic, was enrolled at two all-girls boarding schools (one of which was Roedean all-girls' school in righton, East Sussex).However, her parents' divorce and being a troubled teenager caused her to be expelled.
Afterward, she frequented clubs in London and began using drugs.Fortunately, she realized her deep interest in acting and joined a drama school (went one year of the three-year program). I never know if I want to be running across the fields with no clothes on or sitting in the pub drinking Guinness." Rhona Mitra (on her Indo-Irish background).Rhona Mitra studied the craft of acting for one year, and then began performing on community stages.She eventually landed on television as a guest on the British comedy series "Ghostbusters of East Finchley" in December 1995 and the show "The Big Breakfast" in August 1997.In 1997 Rhona playing prankish schoolgirl Flora Seymour in the three-part miniseries "The Man Who Made Husbands Jealous" (1997), a film based on the novel by Jilly Cooper.In the next year, Mitra debuted on the silver screen by playing young princess Sheherazade in the kids' fantasy adventure film, A Kid in Aladdin's Palace.