Kidman went on to appear as Annie on the show "Five Mile Creek" and star in films like "Windrider," "Emerald City," and "Dead Calm."
In 1990, the actress starred alongside now ex-husband Tom Cruise in "Days of Thunder." Kidman and Cruise costarred in two additional films released in the '90s: "Far and Away" and "Eyes Wide Shut."
In 1995, she portrayed Dr. Chase Meridian in "Batman Forever," which starred Val Kilmer as the Caped Crusader. Three years later, Kidman played Sandra Bullock's on-screen sister in "Practical Magic."
Kidman's role as Satine in Baz Luhrmann's "Moulin Rouge!" took her career to the next level, as she got nominated for her first Oscar for best actress in a leading role. She won her first Academy Award in 2003 for her portrayal of Virginia Woolf in "The Hours."