Category Archives: Actresses

Chloe Sevigny

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© Matthew Wedgwood

Chloe Sevigny was born on November 18, 1974 in Springfield, Massachusetts. She made her acting debut in the 1995 film “Kids” after which, she appeared in a series of several small movies. In 1999, Sevigny was nominated for a Golden Globe and an Oscar for her supporting role in the film “Boys Don’t Cry”. The film also saw her emerge as one of Hollywood’s most critically praised young actresses. In 2006, she commenced her Television role as a polygamist’s wife in “Big Love”, co-starring click here to read more

Jennifer Garner

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© Karon Liu

American actress Jennifer Garner rose to fame with her role in the massive television hit ‘Alias’ (2001-2006), a drama series in which she played a CIA officer. While filming Alias, she also appeared in a few films including ‘Catch Me If You Can’ and ‘Pearl Harbor’. However, Garner is best known for her leading/supporting roles in movies like ’13 Going On 30′, ‘Juno’, ‘Elektra’ and ‘Daredevil’. The actress turned producer in 2006 when she created ‘Vandalia Films’, her own production company. She has one click here to read more

Christina Ricci

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© David Shankbone

Christina Ricci was born on February 12, 1980 in Santa Monica, California. She made her acting debut, when she was nine year old, in “Mermaids” (1990). She was admired as a child actress for her performances in “The Addams Family” 1991 as well as “Addams Family Values” 1993. Her first film as an adult was for the movie, “The Ice Storm” in 1997. She was also highly praised for her performance in films like “Buffalo ’66” and “The Opposite of Sex” in 1998, “Sleepy click here to read more

Emma Roberts

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© Greg Razzi

Emma Roberts was born on February 10, 1991 in Rhinebeck, New York. She is Julia Roberts’ niece and actor Eric Roberts’ daughter. Her first role as an actress came in the movie “Blow” (2001), which was followed by numerous other small parts, till she was cast in Nickelodeon’s “Unfabulous” (2004) in the lead role of Addie Singer. Her performance in “Unfabulous” won her several award nominations and also earned her a place in the music industry. She has an album called “Unfabulous and More” click here to read more