Stella Arroyave is a writer, actress, and producer known for Eylse, The Human Stain, and Slipstream. She has also made her appearance in 'The Oprah Winfrey Show.'
Moreover, with American novelist, screenwriter Robert Katz, she has produced a film, and Stella has also composed the music for the film. Before getting into the entertainment field, she first began her career as an art dealer and later ended up setting up an antique shop in Los Angeles.
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Stella was born in Popayán, Colombia, on 20 March 1956. She received her formal education in Colombia and was always inclined towards art.
Stella is married to Anthony Hopkins, a Welsh actor, director, and film producer.
The couple first met when Anthony walked into her antique shop to look for antique furniture for his home. After the first meeting, they soon got along well and started dating. Soon after Stella and Anthony began to date, Stella caught the paparazzi attention, which followed her every movement.
Stella Arroyave with her husband, Anthony Hopkins (Photo: gettyimages)
Stella and Anthony dated for two years before taking their relationship to the next level. Their wedding took place on 1 March 2003 at Hopkins' clifftop mansion in Malibu. Popular faces like Steven Spielberg, Nicole Kidman, Winona Ryder, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and family members were part of their wedding.
Husband, Anthony Hopkins
Stella Arroyave's husband, Anthony Hopkins, is popular for his remarkable performance in the Hollywood industry. Some of his acting credits include Anthony and Cleopatra, The Great Inimitable Mr. Dickens, War and Peace, Legends of the Fall, The Edge, The World's Fastest Indian, The Rite, Thor, Hitchcock, Thor: The Dark World, and Transformers: The Last Knight.
He was born in 1937 in Margan, a suburb of Port Talbot, Glamorgan to Annie Muriel and Richard Arthus Hopkins, a baker. He received his education from Jones' West Monmouth Boys' School in Pontypool, Cowbridge Grammar School in the Vale of Glamorgan, the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama in Cardiff, and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
Anthony then began his professional career after making a stage appearance in the Palace Theatre, Swansea, in 1960. Later, he was spotted by an English actor Laurence Olivier, and he invited Anthony to join the Royal National Theatre in London. Then, he became Laurence's understudy after Laurance was struck with appendicitis during the production of August Strindberg's The Dance of Death.
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Soon after that, Anthony made his small-screen debut in A Flea in Her Ear in 1967 before making his film-debut in Changes in 1964. However, he first got his big break after he starred in The Lion in Winter as Richard the Lionheart.