Half-a-day’s worth of hotties…
Here’s something you may not have known: Brooklyn Decker looks good in a bikini.
Best known as the frustratingly mysterious Dr. Juliet Burke from that show about a time-traveling island or whatever, Elizabeth Mitchell is focusing on a more plausible realm of science fiction these days: Aliens. Aliens who are secretly lizards.
It’s hard not to fall for Australian actress Yvonne Strahovski’s character on “Chuck.” Playing a full-time ass-kicking secret agent and part-time hot chick at large, Strahovski steals the show more often than not.
Camilla Belle is one of those names that everyone seems know but few people seem to know why.
Before her guest spot on “House” earlier this week, Rachel Melvin was a regular on the long-running daytime soap “Days of Our Lives.”
If you watch NBC on Thursday nights you’ve likely seen Natalie Morales deliver a few lines of well-timed sarcasm as Aziz Ansari’s girlfriend on “Parks and Recreation.”
Before she signed up to play a do-good doctor without borders in “Off the Map,” Valerie Cruz spent some time on the opposite end of the medical spectrum.
After a brief career as a beauty queen, a stint as a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader, and a handful of appearances on Maxim’s Hot 100 list, it’s a good bet that Sarah Shahi is perfectly aware of her gauge-busting hotness level.
Great name? Or the greatest name ever? In any case, Ophelia Lovibond is gaining momentum.
It’s a shame we don’t have a more established Canadian sitcom following here in the U.S. If we did, we probably would have a seen a lot more of Meaghan Rath before now.
Aimee Garcia is heading back into the world of medical dramas now, appearing alongside a cast of relative unknonws in the new ABC series “Off the Map.”
‘Shameless’ actress Emmy Rossum has been in and out of the spotlight since she first turned heads with her role in Mystic River.
Her role in The Green Hornet may mark her first ever film appearance, but Analeigh Tipton can’t quite be called an unknown.
Apparently Emma Bell jives well with horror. Currently portraying a survivor of the zombie apocalypse in AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” Bell will take on the role of Death’s leading female target in the fifth installment of the Final Destination series next year.
Bijou Phillips is no stranger to the limelight. The daughter of ’60s folk messiah John Phillips (front man of The Mamas and the Papas for all you musical laymen out there), the young Phillips took up the role of New York City it-girl with all the tabloid-pumping charisma of a fledgling boehmian celebutante. Now an established actress with big-screen cred and a wealth of critical acclaim under her belt, Phillips this year made a pair of impactful guest appearances in Fox’s new Tuesday night sitcom “Raising Hope.”
A word from Bijou: "I do what I want."
More pics of Bijou after the jump…
“Mad Men” might be over until next year, but fortunately the show’s generous lineup of sweater-clad office vixens is still around to keep us going. Enter Peyton List, the 24-year-old stunner whose depiction of secretary-turned-socialite Jane Siegel became a welcome element in the series midway through season two. A model since age eight, List took a stab at acting with a bit role in an episode of “Sex and the City” back in 2000. Lucky for us, she kept it up. Here’s hoping we’ll see more of Roger Sterling’s young wife in the months ahead.
The French are known for many things: their food, their revolution, the unusually short stature of their political leaders, etc. What they’re not known for (not yet anyway) is Mylène Jampanoï. A regular on the French cinematic scene, Jampanoï has yet to achieve namedrop status here in the States. But with a pair of eyes like those, it’s likely she’ll turn more than a few heads this weekend when she makes an appearance as a reporter in director Clint Eastwood’s upcoming supernatural drama Hereafter.
A word from Mylène: "I hate love stories."
More pics of Mylène after the jump…