Jude Law was born December 29, 1972 atSouth East London (United Kingdom), the son of schoolteachers Peter and Maggie Law. His father worked as a teacher of elementary grades, and his mother taught English to the children of refugees. Jude was the second child in the family and to the fourteen years he studied in a normal school, but then because of the bullying classmates parents were forced to transfer him to a private school in Dulwich. Currently, parents Judah own theater company in France, and an older sister Natasha works as a photographer.
Parents Judah loved the theater and encouragedmanifested quite early aspiration son perform on stage. So, at the age of six, he played his first role in the children's play, and at twelve he became a member of the troupe of the National Youth Music Theatre. In 1986, Lowe made his debut on television, appearing in one of the sketches for the transmission of teenagers 'pocket money'. At the age of seventeen he continued his television career, playing the groom in the movie "Tailor of Gloucester" on a story-tale writer Beatrix Potter. In the same year he left school and started filming the television series "Family", where he performed the role of the troubled teenager Nathan Thompson. Further, over the past two years, Lowe was mainly busy on the stage - toured Italy with the play "Pygmalion" in 1991 starred in a cameo role in the TV series about Sherlock Holmes, then made his debut on the London stage production of "The Fastest Clock in the Universe" , best theatrical premiere of the 1992 version of the «Time Out» magazine.