Nicole Kidman 1999
Neill Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Nicole Kidman 1999 Nicole Kidman 1999 10 - Popular star of “To Die For” and “Portrait of a Lady” In 1999 married to heart throb Tom Cruise, lives in London, just some of the information on the backs of these cards written and illustrated by Philip Neill. The portraits are in colour with numbered black and white backs. You might think Nicole was Australian? Actually she was born in Hawaii but grew up in Melbourne and Sydney, and at 17 was voted Australia’s “Actress of the Year”. Size 68 x 36mm
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Nicole Kidman 1999

Issuer: Neill Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: Popular star of “To Die For” and “Portrait of a Lady” In 1999 married to heart throb Tom Cruise, lives in London, just some of the information on the backs of these cards written and illustrated by Philip Neill. The portraits are in colour with numbered black and white backs. You might think Nicole was Australian? Actually she was born in Hawaii but grew up in Melbourne and Sydney, and at 17 was voted Australia’s “Actress of the Year”. Size 68 x 36mm Number of cards in set: 10

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