Nicole Kidman is an award-winning actor who has starred in several movies and TV series over the years. The latest show she took part in is HBO's "Big Little Lies." The series follows women from different walks of life whose children attend the same school. Kidman had to play a role she was unfamiliar with and was deeply saddened by her findings when she did her research for the part.

Kidman plays a victim of domestic violence

According to Refinery 29, Nicole Kidman was inspired to pen this letter because she plays a woman who is being abused by her husband.

Kidman played the character of Celeste Wright on the HBO series "Big Little Lies." The role won her an Emmy as she portrayed a victim of domestic abuse who is outwardly perfect in appearance but her life at home is a different story.

Kidman revealed that she was raised to believe that men and women are equal, and expressed that it made her uncomfortable to play a role of a domestic victim. "It never occurred to me that I should be at a disadvantage because I was born a girl. The idea that women and men are equal is part of my DNA. I was raised by a strong feminist mother and a fully supportive father," she wrote.

According to Entertainment Tonight, Kidman went on to say that the role has taught her a number of things.

She claimed that she has learned more about the barriers women face throughout the world and she has decided to lend her voice to women who do not have their own. Kidman claimed that the stories she has heard from survivors of domestic abuse have changed her entire outlook on the world.

The actor works with the UN

According to Entertainment Tonight, Nicole Kidman has been working with the UN for over a decade.

Her aim is to help empower women and girls to believe that they can achieve anything in life. She stated that through her work with the United Nations has introduced her to several different women from all around the world. She stated that she has met women who have overcome huge obstacles in their lives.

In a report by Refinery 29, Nicole Kidman stated that many of these women have gone on to help others who are in the same situations they used to be in.

Kidman expressed that she has learned a lot from her work at the United Nations. The Oscar Winning actor has expressed her desire for women who find themselves suffering from Domestic Violence to band together and to support one another.

Kidman has been praised for writing an essay on this topic, which has a certain stigma attached to it.