Renée Zellweger: Inside Her Life

Peek into the private world of the surprise newlywed and Cinderella Man star. By Serena Kappes

LIVING THE DREAM

During her Best Supporting Actress acceptance speech at the Oscars in 2004, Zellweger thanked her longtime manager John Carrabino for "dreaming so much bigger than I would have ever dared to." Of winning for her role as feisty Civil War-era farm girl Ruby in Cold Mountain, Zellweger told PEOPLE, "It's not something you're thinking about when you're hauling timber and shoveling manure," as she did on the set.



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