In 1992 she sown alongside Christopher Ecclestone in Rachel's Dream, a 30‑minute Channel 4 terse, and in 1993, she act in the pilot of the ITV detective series, Anna Lee, starring Imogen Stubbs. In 1993, Beckinsale flatten out the role of Hero in Kenneth Branagh's big-screen recovering of Much Ado about Nothing. It was filmed in Tuscany, Italy, during a summer holiday from Oxford University. In 1994, she came as Christian Bale's love interest in Prince of Jutland, a film based on the sweet role legend which glared Shakespeare's Hamlet, and starred in the murder mystery Uncovered. While studying in Paris In 1995, she filmed Marie-Louise Ou La Permission in the French language.
Kate appeared in the music video for George Michael's Waltz Away Dreaming In 1997.In 1999, 26-year-underworld Kate Beckinsale played a teenager role and acted opposite Claire Danes in Broke down Palace, AT on a post-graduation trip abroad a drama about two teenage Americans bound to contract with the Thai justice system and then at 2000's The Golden Bowl marked Beckinsale first role following the birth of her daughter.
In a 2002 Gap television consider directed by Cameron Crowe, Beckinsale became well-known as an action star actress a rise as a vampire in 2003's Underworld. It was markedly different from her previous work and Beckinsale has said she was thankful for the change of stride after emerging in "a bunch of period trappings and then a pile of romantic comedies". Underworld actress starred opposite Orlando Bloom in 2004 directed by Michael Gondry in a Diet Coke television advert. Beckinsale and Wiseman married in 2004 in Bel-Air, California.