Wednesday, July 3, 2013

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Sofía Margarita Vergara Vergara was born and raised in Barranquilla, Colombia. Her mother, Margarita, is a housewife. Her father, Julio, provides cattle to the meat industry. She has five siblings. She was educated at a private bilingual Spanish/English school. She then went on to study pre-Dentistry at Colombia University. However, Sofía was discovered by a photographer, whilst at the beach, and this led to various jobs in modeling and television. At age 23, she was a runway model. From 1995 to 1998, she co-hosted a travel show, "Fuera de serie" (1995), which gave her exposure in the United States. Her first film role was Big Trouble (2002). Her breakthrough role was as Gloria Delgado-Pritchett in the American television series "Modern Family" (2009). In 2011, she received an Emmy nomination for "Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series" for this role.

Modern Family was an instant hit, commercially and critically, and soon won several Emmy Awards. In 2011, Vergara was nominated for an Emmy (for outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series). That same year, she voiced the role of Carmen in Happy Feet 2—a sequel to the 2006 Warner Bros. film Happy Feet—and landed a part in The Smurfs.

Vergara begins dating Florida-based businessman Nick Loeb, the heir to New York's Loeb, Rhoades banking fortune. Six months into their relationship, he is seriously injured in a car accident. "It was hard for us because it happened in the middle of the most fun, sexy time," she tells Shape. "But throughout the whole ordeal, Nick kept his sense of humor despite the situation. I don't know if I could have stuck it out with him if he hadn't been able to laugh at himself and be happy even under the worst conditions." 

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Kirsten Caroline Dunst is an American actress, who also holds German citizenship. She was born on April 30, 1982 in Point Pleasant, New Jersey, to parents Inez (née Rupprecht) and Klaus Dunst. She has a younger brother named Christian Dunst, born in 1987.

Her career began at the age of 3 when she started modeling and appearing in commercials. She made her feature film debut with an uncredited role at age 6 in the 'Oedipus Wrecks' segment of Woody Allen's 1989 film New York Stories (1989). She received her first film credit in The Bonfire of the Vanities (1990). Her family moved to Los Angeles in 1993, where her film career took off.

Dunst went on to appear in a string of major Hollywood productions including Little Women (1994), Jumanji (1995) and Wag the Dog (1997), but also received critical attention for her performances in the less-publicized mock-documentary Drop Dead Gorgeous (1999) and the political spoof Dick (1999).

Dunst takes a darker role in Crazy/Beautiful opposite Jay Hernandez. This is her sexiest material to date, playing a mentally unstable daughter of a wealthy congressman. When Dunst watches a commercial for the film with shots of her dancing provocatively in a Jeep spliced with road signs reading "Slippery When Wet," she's less than pleased. "I was so embarrassed," she tells PEOPLE. "How horrible and cheesy." The studio later yanks the spots. In 2002, she continues to grow up on film, playing William Randolph Hearst's mistress in The Cat's Meow.

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Laura Jeanne Reese Witherspoon was born on March 22, 1976 at Southern Baptist Hospital (now Memorial Medical Center) in New Orleans, Louisiana. She was the second child born to Dr. John Witherspoon and Betty Reese. Her father was a military surgeon specializing in the ear, nose and throat. Her mother was a Registered Nurse who later became a Ph.D in pediatric nursing. Reese spent the first four years of her life in Wiesbaden, Germany where her father served as a lieutenant colonel in the US Army reserves. Shortly after, John moved the family back to the States, settling in Nashville, Tennessee.

After graduating from a private all girl’s school in 1994, Witherspoon decided to halt her acting career temporarily to attend Stanford University. Her intentions were short lived though as after just a year of studying, Witherspoon left to continue with her true ambitions on the acting path.

In a fortuitous first meeting, Witherspoon takes note when a mutual friend brings actor Ryan Phillippe to her 21st birthday party. "I think you're my present," the actress tells Phillippe, reports PEOPLE. Both acknowledge an intense initial emotional connection; after five weeks of phone calls, letters, and e-mails, the two go out on their first date, moving in together soon after.

Tawny Cypress biography

Born in Point Pleasant, N.J. on Aug. 8, 1976, Cypress was the second child of an African-American/Native American father and a Hungarian/German mother. As a child, Cypress grew up on a steady diet of "late night monster movies and early morning cartoons," according to her older brother, accomplished comic book artist-creator, Toby Cypress (best known for his 2006 graphic novel, The Tourist). A diligent student, Cypress studied at Boston University and later, at Westminster Choir College in Princeton, before finally winning a spot at Rutgers University's prestigious Mason Gross School of the Arts. There, Cypress met Barbara Marchant, a respected acting teacher and future mentor.

Before her acting career took off, Tawny followed an academic path, attending Boston University, Westminster Choir College in Princeton, and Mason Gross at Rutgers. In 2000, she appeared in an episode of NYPD Blue and made her big-screen debut with a small part in Autumn in New York alongside Winona Ryder. She also landed the recurring role of Assistant DA Sharon Burns on Third Watch that year -- a role that  continued until 2005. Cypress played Cassandra on 100 Centre Street during the 2001-‘02 season, and appeared as J.D. in the made-for-TV movie The Time Tunnel in 2002.

However, Cypress continued to find her greatest success on the small screen. In 2001, Cypress landed her first regular series role as Cassandra Rodriguez in Sidney Lumet's gritty courtroom drama, "100 Centre Street" (A&E, 2001-02). After that show's demise, Cypress played a semi-recurring role as Assistant District Attorney Sharon Burns on the Emmy-winning series, "Third Watch" (NBC, 1999-2005). The first half of the new millennium saw Cypress paying the bills with a string of guest-star roles on such high-profile skeins as "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" (NBC, 2001- ) and the short-lived urban crime drama, "Hack" (CBS, 2002-04), before securing a regular role on the short-lived cult fave, "Jonny Zero" (Fox, 2005). Well-received, but ratings-challenged, "Jonny Zero" won the dubious honor of being Fox's least watched original drama of 2005.

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Daniela Cicarelli was born on Novembre 8, 1978 in Bello Horizonte, Brazil into a traditional but fiery Italian family. TGiven that most Brazilian models get started no later than age 15, going pro at 20 was something of a late start.

A green-eyed brunette with a wide, cheery smile, Daniella Cicarelli was voted "The Muse of Summer 2001" in a public vote in Brazil. Her success made her a big star in that country and led to a gig hosting the show Dance o Clipe on MTV Brazil. She also has starred in TV ads for Pepsi Cola, and has appeared in the teleplay Filhas da Mäe (The Children of the Mother). She was engaged to the Brazilian football (soccer) star Ronaldo in 2004, but the two parted ways without marrying in 2005.

Daniella was so hot, in fact, that Brazil’s national hero, the Real Madrid striker Ronaldo, fell for her when the two met at a party. They began dating, and soon the model conquered the the soccer world just as she had the fashion industry. Soccer websites across the globe rushed to post pics of Ronaldo’s new stunner, and Daniella became a true international celebrity. It was soon announced that Daniella was pregnant, and the couple moved to Spain with wedding plans.

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

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Born in Montreal, Quebec, Missy Peregrym's family-her minister father, her mother and her two sisters-moved to Surrey, B.C. when she was small. At 18, she began modeling for print ads. Commercials and television work soon came her way, and she made her acting debut at 19 in an episode of Dark Angel, filmed in Vancouver.

She raised her game with a recurring role on the highly-rated superhero drama, "Heroes" (NBC, 2006- ), playing Candice Wilmer, an outcast high school student who discovers that she has the power to create illusions, like plastering ugly boils on a cheerleader's face or tormenting a football player with Satan-like images of his father. In "Wide Awake" (Lifetime, 2006-07), she was a researcher suffering from narcolepsy, whose life falls into danger after a known cure turns deadly. Back on series television, she had a costarring role on "Reaper" (CW, 2007- ), playing the love interest to a young slacker (Bret Harrison) who learns that his parents pledged his soul to the Devil, obligating him to retrieve souls that have escaped from Hell.

Peregrym's biggest break yet came with the gymnastics teen-flick, "Stick It" in 2006. Playing the lead role of Haley Graham, a former gymnastics prodigy who abruptly leaves the sport and starts running with the wrong crowd, Peregrym drew upon her athletic background to better essay the part. With four months of intensive training, she was able to pull off many gymnastic feats on her own, leaving the difficult work to a trained double. The film was also Peregrym's first opportunity to act with a high-caliber A-list star like Jeff Bridges, who played the part of her tough and exacting coach.

Zhang Ziyi biography

Born on February 9, 1979, in Beijing, China, Zhang Ziyi received training in dance and drama before making her film debut in 2000’s The Road Home. She next co-starred in the international Ang Lee hit Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. Later film roles have included Rush Hour 2, The House of Flying Daggers, 2046, Memoirs of a Geisha and a modern version of the Shanghai-based Dangerous Liaisons.

Zhang continued her impressive run, starring in another towering cinematic and commercial triumph, "Ying xiong" (2002), which was released in the United States under the title "Hero" (2004). Zhang reunited with director Zhang Yimou to star alongside Jet Li, Tony Leung, Maggie Cheung, Daoming Chen and Donnie Yen for the big-budget tale set at the violent dawn of the Qin dynasty, circa 220 B.C., where the soon-to-be first Emperor is on the brink of conquering the war-torn land.

Raised in a middle class family of a government economist and a kindergarten teacher together with her older brother, Zhang Zinan, Ziyi was born on February 9, 1979 in Beijing, People's Republic of China. Since she was considered as a frail child, her parents therefore encouraged her to take dancing and gymnastic lessons. "My parents sent me to study dance so I could build my muscles," she recalled. "I was very small and very weak for my age.

Brooklyn Decker hot

 Actress and former model Brooklyn Decker is the oldest child of Tessa, a nurse and Stephen, a pacemaker salesman. She has a younger brother called Jordan. When Decker was a teenager, she was discovered by a talent spotter in a shopping mall in Charlotte, North Carolina and embarked on a modeling career. Her first modeling engagement was for a prom dress maker.

Decker made her acting debut in the 2007 made-for-television film "Lipshitz Saves the World," a comedy that also starred Leslie Nielsen and Ty Burrell. The model-turned-actress made memorable guest appearances on a number of hit primetime shows in 2009, including the spy thriller "Chuck" (NBC, 2007- ) and the stylish dramedy "Ugly Betty" (ABC, 2006-2010).

In 2011, Brooklyn received a Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Breakout: Female for her first big screen role as Adam Sandler's girlfriend in Just Go with It. In 2012, Decker appeared alongside Jennifer Lopez and Cameron Dias as Skyler, Dennis Quaid's pregnant wife in What to Expect When You're Expecting. She also secured a lead role as Sam in Battleship, starring Taylor Kitsch and Rihanna.

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 Born and raised in Toledo, Ohio, Katie Holmes acted in high school theater productions before meeting a manager who encouraged her to go to LA for television's pilot season. She won a part in the acclaimed feature film The Ice Storm (1997) in her very first audition, but she didn't stop there. A videotape was sent to "Dawson's Creek" (1998), a new production by the acclaimed writer Kevin Williamson (Scream (1996), I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997)), which landed her the series regular role of Joey Potter.

Holmes received increased scrutiny into her personal life after she began a highly publicized relationship with actor Tom Cruise in 2005. She became engaged to Cruise two months after they met, and gave birth to their baby girl, Suri, in April 2006. That same year, the pair got married in an Italian castle. In June 2012, after five years of marriage, Cruise and Holmes announced that they would be divorcing.

During filming of the first season of Dawson's Creek, Holmes and her Dawson's Creek costar Joshua Jackson, who plays Pacey Witter, have a brief romance. She considers Jackson her "first love." "It was something so incredible and indescribable that I will treasure it always," she tells Rolling Stone.