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Reese Witherspoon
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Bunny Lake Is Missing (2007)
Sports Widow (2006)
Penelope (2006)
[ Christina Ricci ][ Catherine O'Hara ]
Just Like Heaven (2005)
[ Ivana Milicevic ][ Rosalind Chao ][ Dina Spybey ][ Chrissy Hynde ]
Walk the Line (2005)
[ Ginnifer Goodwin ][ June Cochran ]
Vanity Fair (2004)
[ Romola Garai ][ Mira ]
Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde (2003)
[ Jennifer Coolidge ][ Sally Field ][ Regina King ][ Alanna Ubach ][ Mary Lynn Rajskub ]
Sweet Home Alabama (2002)
[ Dakota Fanning ][ Rhona Mitra ][ Gwen Stefani ][ Melanie Lynskey ][ Cia Berg ]
The Importance of Being Earnest (2002)
[ Judi Dench ][ Frances O'Connor ][ Marsha Fitzalan ]
Legally Blonde (2001)
[ Selma Blair ][ Linda Cardellini ][ Ali Larter ][ Jennifer Coolidge ][ Raquel Welch ]
The Trumpet of the Swan (2001)
[ Mary Steenburgen ][ Elizabeth Daily ][ Pamela Adlon ][ Carol Burnett ][ Kath Soucie ]
Little Nicky (2000)
[ Patricia Arquette ][ Laura Harring ][ Jackie Sandler ][ Erinn Bartlett ]
Hanky Panky: Part 1 (2000)
[ Kathleen Turner ]
The One with Rachel's Sister (2000)
American Psycho (2000)
[ Chloe Sevigny ][ Guinevere Turner ][ Samantha Mathis ]
Best Laid Plans (1999)
[ Allison Smith ]
Election (1999)
[ Colleen Camp ][ Molly Hagan ][ Barbara Harris ]
Cruel Intentions (1999)
[ Sarah Michelle Gellar ][ Tara Reid ][ Selma Blair ][ Christine Baranski ][ Louise Fletcher ]
Pleasantville (1998)
[ Marley Shelton ][ Joan Allen ][ Marissa Ribisi ][ Jane Kaczmarek ][ Jenny Lewis ]
Overnight Delivery (1998)
[ Christine Taylor ][ Sarah Silverman ][ Tamara Mello ]
Twilight (1998)
[ Susan Sarandon ][ Stockard Channing ][ Stephanie Beaton ]
Fear (1996)
[ Alyssa Milano ][ Jo ann Bates ]
Freeway (1996)
[ Brittany Murphy ][ Brooke Shields ][ Amanda Plummer ][ Alanna Ubach ][ Leanna Creel ]
S.F.W. (1994)
[ Joey Lauren Adams ][ Amber Benson ][ Natasha Gregson-Wagner ][ Pamela Gidley ][ Annie McEnroe ]
Jack the Bear (1993)
[ Julia Louise Dreyfus ][ Lee Garlington ][ Dorothy Lyman ][ Andrea Marcovicci ]
A Far Off Place (1993)
Desperate Choices: To Save My Child (1992)
[ Joanna Kerns ]
Wildflower (1991)
[ Patricia Arquette ][ Susan Blakely ]
The Man in the Moon (1991)
[ Gail Strickland ] 100 Hot DVDs

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Joaquin Phoenix
Adam Sandler
Paul Walker
Tobey Maguire
Kiefer Sutherland
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Colin Firth
Seth Green
Jon Heder
Ryan Phillippe
Jared Leto
Luke Wilson
Jonathan Rhys Meyers
Willem Dafoe


As one of the most impressively talented members of the emerging New Hollywood of the early 21st century, Reese Witherspoon has proven that she can do far more than just pose winsomely for the camera. Born March 22, 1976, in Nashville, TN, Witherspoon was a child model and acted in television commercials from the age of seven. She had a part in the 1991 Lifetime cable movie Wildflower before making her 1991 film debut in the coming-of-age story The Man in the Moon (1991). The 14-year-old Witherspoon made an immediate impact on critics and audiences alike, netting widespread praise for her portrayal of a tomboy experiencing love for the first time.While still in high school, Witherspoon completed two more feature films, Jack the Bear (1993), starring Danny De Vito, and Disney's A Far Off Place (1993), which required the actress to spend several months living in the Kalahari Desert. Following a supporting role in the 1993 CBS miniseries Return to Lonesome Dove and a lead in the critically disembowelled S.F.W., Witherspoon temporarily set aside her career to study English literature at Stanford University. She then returned to film as the abused girlfriend of a psychotic Mark Wahlberg in the thriller Fear (1996). In the same year, she had to deal with yet another crazed male in Freeway, a satirical version of Little Red Riding Hood in which Witherspoon co-starred with Kiefer Sutherland, who took on the role of the aforementioned crazed male.Her career began to take off in 1998, with her roles in two high-profile films. The first, Twilight, saw her sharing the screen with Gene Hackman, Susan Sarandon, and Paul Newman. The film received mixed reviews and lackluster box office, but Pleasantville, her other project that year, proved to be both a critical and financial hit. The actress won wide recognition for her leading role as Tobey Maguire's oversexed sister, and this recognition — along with critical respect — increased the following year with another leading role, in Alexander Payne's acclaimed satire Election. Starring opposite Matthew Broderick, Witherspoon won raves for her hilarious, high-strung portrayal of student council presidential candidate Tracy Flick. The character stood in stark contrast to the one Witherspoon subsequently portrayed in Cruel Intentions, Roger Kumble's delightfully trashy all-teen update of Dangerous Liaisons. As the virginal Annette, Witherspoon was convincing as the object of Ryan Phillippe's reluctant affection, perhaps due in part to her real-life relationship with the actor, whom she married in June 1999.After turning up in an amusing minor role as serial killer Patrick Bateman's burnt-out yuppie girlfriend in American Psycho (2000), Witherspoon again pleased critics and audiences alike with her decidedly Clueless-esque role in 2001's Legally Blonde. Her star turn as a seemingly dimwitted sorority blonde-turned-Harvard law-school prodigy unexpectedly shot the featherweight comedy to number one, despite such heavy summer contenders as Steven Spielberg's A.I. and the ominously cast heist thriller The Score. The 18-million-dollar film went on to gross nearly 100 million dollars, proving that Witherspoon had finally arrived as a box-office draw.Though she would test out her chops in the Oscar Wilde adaptation The Importance of Being Earnest, Witherspoon's proper follow-up to Legally Blonde came in the form of 2002's Sweet Home Alabama, a culture-clash romantic comedy as embraced by audiences as it was rejected by critics. As with Drew Barrymore before her, Witherspoon used her newfound standing among the Hollywood elite to start her own production company, Type A Films, as well as to up her asking price to the rarefied 15-million-dollar range for the sequel to Legally Blonde. Though Blonde 2 didn't perform quite as well as the first film, the power player/doting mother of two wasted no time in prepping other projects for the screen, taking the lead in 2004's elaborate costume-drama Vanity Fair as Becky Sharp, a woman who strives to transcend class barriers in 19th century England. For all its lavish costumes and sets, Vanity Fair received mixed reviews, but Witherspoon's winning performance still garnered praise.The next year, she appeared in the heaven-can-wait romantic comedy Just Like Heaven with Mark Ruffalo, as well as James Mangold's biopic Walk the Line as June Carter Cash, wife of country music legend Johnny Cash. This role proved to be a pivotal one, earning her both a Best Actress Academy Award and a Golden Globe for her performance, and cementing her as an actress whose abilities go far beyond her charm and pretty face.

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