Sunday, June 23, 2013

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Alicia Silverstone was born on October 4, 1976 in San Francisco, California, the youngest of three children to Monty Silverstone, a real-estate investor, and Didi Silverstone, a former flight attendant. Alicia's career began at the tender age of six when her father took some photos of his young daughter, which eventually led to her getting several television commercials. After a guest spot on "The Wonder Years" (1988) as a literal "dream girl",

In 1993, Silverstone starred in The Crush, a movie that went on to become a cult favorite. Her biggest break came in 1993, when she was cast as a sexy, rebellious teenager in a series of videos by the rock band Aerosmith. Those videos caught the attention of director Amy Heckerling, who was looking for a lead for her movie, Clueless. Released in 1995, Clueless shot Silverstone to fame and helped her receive a three-year first-look deal for her own production company, First Kiss Productions. In 1996, Silverstone was named "Best Female Performer" and "Most Desirable Female" at the MTV Movie Awards.

With her career in need of another "Clueless," Silverstone unfortunately took another step back when she chose to star in the pallid "Blast From the Past" (1999) opposite Brendan Fraser. Although on paper the fish-out-of-water romantic comedy appeared to have possibilities, the end result was rather disappointing and failed to garner interest at the box office. Silverstone fared much better in an unlikely role, her first Shakespearean part in "Love's Labour's Lost" (2000), Kenneth Branagh's musical take on the Bard's romantic comedy. While some found his homage to the musical films of the 1930s and 1940s a bit much, most were entranced by Silverstone's performance as the Princess of France.

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Born Oct. 31, 1976 in Dallas, TX but raised in Toms River, NJ, Piper Lisa Perabo was the daughter of Mary Charlotte, a physical therapist, and George William Perabo, a poetry professor and dean. Growing up in an artistic family helped push Perabo (named after the actress Piper Laurie) to follow her love of acting to college, where she studied theater at Ohio State University. Her big break came by accident the summer before her senior year, when she accompanied her actor boyfriend to a New York audition. She caught the eye of a casting director, who asked her to read and eventually hooked her up with a manager.

Things started to get better for Piper when she landed a major part in Marc Levin's comedic drama flick of "Whiteboyz" (1999) for it consequently became her stepping-stone to secure a role in "The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle" (2000) alongside Rene Russo, Robert De Niro, and Jason Alexander. Moved on to play Violet Sanford in her next project entitled "Coyote Ugly" (2000), this mesmerizing brunette finally encountered the breakthrough she had aimed for as the picture managed to create a buzz among the moviegoers, even gained her an MTV Movie Award for Best Music Moment in 2001.

It seemed as if she would move from strength to strength when her next project, "Because I Said So" (2007) hit theaters. Starring a recently career-revitalized Diane Keaton, the film followed Mandy Moore as her luckless-in-love daughter who endures her mother's obsessive schemes to marry her off. Perabo and Lauren Graham played Keaton's other daughters; themselves already happily married and all too eager to share graphic recaps of their respective sex lives with her. Despite all the winning actresses and elements assembled, critics were merciless with the final product and the film bombed. Perabo was better received in a fun guest spot on the hit show "House" (FOX, 2004- ). Playing a vegan nutritionist named Honey, Perabo caught the titular doctor's attention for what she thought was a job interview but turned into more of a date.

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Actress Kate Garry Hudson was born on April 19, 1979, in Los Angeles, California. The daughter of actress-producer Goldie Hawn and Bill Hudson, a 1970s television comedian, Kate Hudson was raised by her mother and Hawn's longtime companion, actor Kurt Russell, after her parents divorced when she was 18 months old. No stranger to the show business life, Hudson decided to embark on an acting career of her own, landing an agent and a guest spot on the TV drama Party of Five in 1996.

The part was originally intended for Sarah Polley; when Polley backed out to pursue another project, director Cameron Crowe considered scrapping the film altogether. Hudson, who had been cast in a smaller role (as William's stewardess sister), begged for a chance to read for Penny. Crowe was impressed, Hudson got the part, and the show went on. As much as Tinseltown gossipmongers would like to put them at odds, mother and daughter agree that Hawn is one of Hudson's biggest supporters. Kate has never been particularly close to her birth father, musician Bill Hudson; she considers her true "Pa" to be Hawn's longtime partner, Kurt Russell, who has lived with the family since she was three. Her brother, Oliver Hudson, is an actor and aspiring writer-director.

Shifting gears, Hudson took a co-starring role in the sophisticated Merchant-Ivory production of "Le Divorce" (2003), an adaptation of Diane Johnson's bestselling novel. Returning to more naturalistic acting, Hudson excelled in her portrayal of a naive American girl who visits her depressed, divorcing sister (Naomi Watts) in Paris and becomes swept up in an affair with a charming, if caddish, older married man. Hudson's three 2003 films affirmed her star power at first, though interest began to wane slightly as they were released only months apart and threatened to overexpose the new audience favorite.

Friday, June 21, 2013

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 Jennifer was born on July 24, 1969, in the Castle Hill section of the Bronx. Her father, David Lopez, was a computer technician. Her mother, Guadalupe Lopez, taught kindergarten. Jennifer is the middle of three daughters. Her elder sister, Leslie Lopez, is a housewife who sings opera. Her younger sister, Linda López (aka Lynda Lopez), is a DJ on New York's WKTU, a VH1 VJ, and a morning news show correspondent on New York's Channel 11. Jennifer's parents were born in Puerto Rico, but did not meet until both came to America. Her mother's parents were Europeans who settled in Puerto Rico. She says that it was her parents' work ethic that made a difference in her life. Jennifer took singing and dancing lessons from age 5. She attended 12 years of Catholic school, including an all-girl high school. She played softball and tennis in high school and was a gymnast.

Lopez's musical career also began to take off, as she released her debut Latin pop album, On the 6 in June 1999. The album, fueled by the success of her hit single, "If You Had My Love," went platinum within two weeks, making Lopez—along with Ricky Martin—one of the most influential examples of the growing Latin cultural influence in pop music.

Starting her acting career early in the 1990s playing in such movies as "Mi Familia", "Money Train" (1995), and "U-Turn" (1997), Lopez was known for the role she played in Gregory Nava's film entitled "My Family" (1995) and for the role of Selena Quintanilla in the movie "Selena" (1997). The latter pic is a biographical depiction of the life and career of Tejano singer Selena Quintanilla Perez, whose burgeoning career was cut short when she was murdered at the age of 23.


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Born on Jan. 11, 1972, to mother, Penny, a Jewish social worker and Charles, a corporate lawyer and Quaker, Peet spent her childhood in New York City until her father's career relocated the family to London when she was seven years old. Four years later, they returned to New York where Peet finished high school at the Friends Seminary, a private Quaker school, and went on to attend Columbia University.

Her feature film debut came in 1995 with the movie Animal Room (1995). For a while afterward, Amanda continued to find steady work but also found herself appearing in a depressingly large number of indie films that were never picked up for distribution. She did, however, meet her boyfriend Brian Van Holt on the set of indie movie Whipped (2000). Her turn as the ditzy hit-woman with the heart of gold in the hit comedy The Whole Nine Yards (2000), opposite Bruce Willis, took her from supporting role status to leading lady. That same year she was voted one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the World by "People" Magazine.

Off-screen, Peet and screenwriter husband David Benioff welcomed a daughter in 2005, and Peet took a break from the business until her appearance as an FBI agent in Chris Carter's second "X-Files" feature, the disappointing second offering, "The X-Files: I Want to Believe" (2008). Peet's second act began more auspiciously than her low budget beginnings, and in 2009 she co-starred with John Cusack in Roland Emmerich's apocalyptic disaster film "2012" (2009). The following year she supported marooned former co-star Jack Black in an adaptation of the classic tale "Gulliver's Travels" (2010), as well as lent her voice to the animated sci-fi adventure, "Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey" (2010).

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Price was born on December 6, 1976 into a racially mixed family: her father was German-Irish and her mother was a Korean émigré. Interestingly, Price's mother was her dad's adopted sister. At 14, Price attended the Professional Children's School in New York, which boasts of such luminaries as Sidney Lumet, Ricki Lake and Yo-Yo Ma. It was at this time that Price got her breakthrough role as the teen-aged vixen, An Li, on ABC's daytime drama, "All My Children" (1991-93). Price also was on prime time television, making appearances on "Life Goes On" (1991-92) and "Parker Lewis" (1991-92).

Married writer/producer Shawn Piller on July 31, 2004, at Saddlerock Ranch in Malibu, California. One of her bridesmaids was Shawn's sister, Brent Piller. The groomsmen included actors Christopher Masterson and Danny Masterson ("That '70s Show" (1998)). The best man was Lindsay's brother, Bryan Price. Guests included producers Rick Berman, Brannon Braga, and Ira Steven Behr and actors Anthony Michael Hall, Nicole de Boer, and Tom Welling ("Smallville" (2001)).

Price didn't limit herself to television. Though her feature debut was in the kid's flick, "Purple People Eater" (1988), the actress didn't appear in another film until "One Hundred Percent" (1998), an indie never-was directed by Eric Koyanagi. After a small part in the Gwyneth Paltrow comedy, "View From the Top" (2003), Price had a prominent role in the barely released "No Turning Back" (2003), the story of an illegal immigrant who accidentally runs over a child and goes on the run with his daughter.

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

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The amazing Salma Hayek was born on September 2, 1966, in the oil boomtown of Coatzacoalcos, Mexico. Hayek has freely admitted that she and her brother, Sami, were spoiled rotten by her well-to-do Lebanese-Mexican businessman father and her Mexican-born opera-singing mother. After having seen Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971) in a local movie theatre, Salma decided she wanted to become an actress. Her education included a stint at a New Orleans convent school, where she pulled pranks on the nuns by setting their clocks back three hours. She was soon expelled. Only after attending Mexico City's Universidad Iberoamericana did she feel ready to pursue acting seriously.

A Mexico City's Universidad Iberoamericana graduate, Hayek did feel ready to start an acting career early on, landed the title role in "Teresa" (1989), a hugely successful soap opera which earned her the star status in her homeland. Won several acting awards, still she felt the need to explore her talent and passion that later on left the hugely successful soap and her homeland and headed for L.A.

Hayek's increasingly intellectual and passionate approach to filmmaking culminated in her dream role in 2002's Frida, which she both produced and starred in (as Frida Kahlo). The film was nominated for six Academy Awards, including a best actress nomination for Hayek—making her the first Latin actress to be nominated in that category.

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Born on November 17, 1978, in London, Ontario, Canada, Rachel McAdams became involved with acting as a teenager and by the age of 13 was performing in Shakespearean productions in summer theater camp; she went on to graduate with honors with a BFA degree in Theater from York University. After her debut in an episode of Disney's "The Famous Jett Jackson" (1998), she co-starred in the Canadian TV series "Slings and Arrows" (2003), a comedy-drama about the trials and travails of a Shakespearean theater group, and won a Gemini award for her performance in 2003.

McAdams played a title role in the hit teen film Mean Girls (2004), written by Saturday Night Live alum Tina Fey. Appearing with co-stars Lindsay Lohan and Amanda Seyfried, the film opened doors for the budding actress. That same year, she played the lead role in The Notebook (2004), a screen adaptation of Nicholas Sparks's romance novel. She caught the eye of the public in both films, winning two MTV Movie Awards in 2005 (for breakthrough female (Mean Girls) and best kiss (The Notebook).

McAdams reunites with ex-boyfriend Ryan Gosling, who called her "one of the great loves of my life." The on-again duo is first spotted at Gosling's deejay debut in Hollywood and then getting cozy over breakfast in Toronto. But in December, a source tells PEOPLE that the pair split: "He still loves Rachel and Rachel still loves him, but the timing is off and they can't make each other happy right now."

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Leslie Louise Bibb was born in Bismarck, North Dakota, on November 17, 1974, and raised in Nelson County, Virginia. Later she and her mother, along with her three older sisters, moved to Richmond, where Leslie attended an all-girls Catholic high school, St. Gertrude.

After "Popular" ran its course, Bibb segued into a recurring role as an outspoken medical student on the ninth and tenth seasons of "ER" (NBC, 1994-2009). However, her return to series work with "Line of Fire" (ABC, 2003-04), which cast her as a rookie FBI agent, lasted less than a season. She soon joined the cast of the popular "Crossing Jordan" (NBC, 2001-07) as a police detective in the show's final season. Between television assignments, she scored one of her biggest film hits as hapless NASCAR driver Will Ferrell's social-climbing wife in "Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby" (2006).

In 2012, Bibb returned to television in a role that seemed an updated version of her character from "Popular." On "GCB" (ABC, 2012- ), she played a former high school A-lister-turned-single mom and recovering alcoholic who was forced to move back to her hometown after losing everything due to her embezzler husband. The series received mixed reviews, but the increased profile afforded to Bibb earned her numerous film offers. To her credit, she hewed largely towards comedies, including "Movie 43" (2013), a sketch comedy feature produced by Peter Farrelly and featuring segments directed by Brett Ratner, James Gunn, Bob Oedenkirk and actress Elizabeth Banks. She was also top-billed in the supernatural thriller "7500" (2012) by "Grudge" (2001) director Takashi Shimizu, about an airplane plagued by evil forces.

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The talented Milena "Mila" Markovna Kunis was born in Chernivtsi, Ukraine, USSR (now independent Ukraine), to a Jewish family. Her mother, Elvira, is a physics teacher, her father, Mark Kunis, is a mechanical engineer, and she has an older brother named Michael. After attending one semester of college between gigs, she realized that she wanted to act for the rest of her life. She started acting when she was just 9 years old, when her father heard about an acting class on the radio and decided to enroll Mila in it.

In 1998, Kunis (who had simplified her first name to Mila) caught her first big break when, at 14, she landed the role of Jackie Burkhart in the new Fox sitcom That '70s Show. She was cast as a whiny, self-absorbed rich girl, allowing her to perfect and showcase her comic timing. Her work on the program soon led her to Fox's Family Guy cartoon, where she supplied the voice for the character Meg Griffin. 

Kunis quietly begins dating Home Alone star Macaulay Culkin. "We grew up together. You find a steady rock in your life and that's all you need," Kunis says of her actor boyfriend in a rare 2009 interview. "We have our ups and downs, but work through them." In early 2011, Kunis's rep confirms that the couple called it quits after eight years together.

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Michelle Rodriguez hot pictures

Mayte Michelle Rodriguez was born on July 12, 1978, in Bexar County, TX into a complicated home life. Her mother was from the Dominican Republic and a devout Jehovah's Witness; her father was a Puerto Rican who had served in the military and fathered several children with other women. When the marriage broke up, Rodriguez left Texas and moved with her mother and two older twin brothers to the Dominican Republic when she was nine. Once there, she chafed under her mother's strict religious beliefs, so joined her father in Puerto Rico when she was 11 years old.

In her effort to come out of the obscurity, this young Latina then headed for New York to attend an open casting call looking for a suitable actress to play Diana Guzman, a female boxer in Karyn Kusama's new project. Competed with 350 other hopefuls, she surprisingly became the one who obtained that leading role, consequently underwent ...

she quickly took on action roles in big-budget blockbusters. In 2005, Rodriguez made her small-screen debut with a stint on Lost as a cop with a murderous secret. She then returned to the big screen with roles in Battle in Seattle (2008), Fast & Furious (2009) and the critically acclaimed Avatar (2009). Off-screen, this self-described bad girl has had some run-ins with the law, but she'd likely be happier if the paparazzi focused on her part-time guilty pleasures, karaoke and in-line skating.