Hailing from a family of entertainers, it didin’t take long for Troian Bellisario to maker her way into the spotlight.
Best known for her work on ABC’s “Greek,” Amber Stevens previously made appearances in Tokyo Drift, Fired Up, and “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.”
Since launching her acting career just seven years ago, Mircea Monroe has racked up an impressive rundown of TV appearances and movie parts, including a series of recurring appearances on “Late Night With Conan O’ Brien.”
Unless you’re a devoted fan of British soap operas, chances are you hadn’t seen much of Rebecca Hazlewood before “Outsourced” hit the air.
If the Season of the Witch trailer is anything to go off of, Claire Foy will spend the majority of her American feature film debut locked in a cage.
Natascha McElhone has been entertaining you for quite a while now. A long-time fixture in television and movies, the “Californication” star has been around the block more than once.
An actress since age four, Shiri Appleby kicked off her career with a series of cereal commercials and daytime television appearances.
Gabrielle Anwar plays one helluva stone-faced killer.
It’s only natural that Karissa and Kristina Shannon would play a pair of strippers in Somewhere, Sofia Copola’s latest introspective-downtrodden-celebrity-who-struggles-to-find-himself flick.
A dancer by training, most of Burlesque actress Rachele Brooke Smith’s roles to date have involved some variation of dancing.
Chances are you haven’t seen a whole lot of Ali Cobrin yet.
A former ballet dancer, model, and ‘West Wing’ regular, Teri Polo is best recognized today as Pam Focker from Little Fockers, part three of the film series that just keeps coming.
TRON: Legacy actress Elizabeth Mathis has a lot going for her at the moment. She’s a professional model, she’s about to appear in the biggest sci-fi flick of the year, and in the eternal words of Derek Zoolander, she’s really, really, ridiculously good looking.
With a name like Serinda Swan, it’s as though this TRON: Legacy actress was always destined to inhabit the role of professional sex symbol.
It’s not unlike Yogi Bear actress Anna Faris to walk on camera, throw down a few lines of funny, and subsequently commandeer the remainder of whatever movie/episode of a rapidly-declining HBO series she happens to be in.
Now well into her real-life career as a gorgeous pop culture icon, How Do You Know actress Reese Witherspoon has since strayed from the naïve blonde bit.
Did you know the “Modern Family” actress is twenty years old? It’s totally cool to gawk!
As the young female lead in a popular fantasy film series, Anna Popplewell automatically falls under the “insanely popular among middle-schoolers” category. That doesn’t mean this Chronicles of Narnia star lacks broader appeal, though.
Just who will Amy Adams be fighting in The Fighter? No one, because girl boxing is lame.
Her role in The Tempest won’t be Felicity Jones’ first experience with William Shakespeare.
More than just the resident hot wife on FX’s ‘The League,’ Katie Aselton is slowly building her cred as an indie director, producer, and comedic actress.
Once you’ve watched NBC’s ‘Outsourced’ for a while, you begin to see the show’s inward value — namely the fact that for a few minutes of every episode, Australian actress Pippa Black shows up on screen.
This is Anna Torv. She is currently the star of a show called ‘Fringe,’ wherein each week she goes head to head with some kind of supernatural phenomenon/murderer/alien/maniacal corporate executive.
You might recognize Janet Montgomery as that cute British girl currently manning Eric Murphy’s desk in HBO’s “Entourage.” We’re hoping to see more of her next season, but in the meantime you can catch her in Darren Aranofsky’s upcoming psychological thriller Black Swan.
With girls like Mia Kirshner sexing up shows like “The Vampire Diaries,” it’s surprising that the whole fantasy-drama-romance trend hasn’t gained much traction among the primarily boobs-and-violence-minded young male demographic.
Though she’s best known these days as the adoptive mother of pretty-boy vampire Edward Cullen in the Twilight series, Elizabeth Reaser is more than just a pretend bloodsucker. She nearly took home an Emmy for her work on “Grey’s Anatomy,” and is currently lending her chops to CBS’s much-praised legal drama “The Good Wife.”
Admittedly, you won’t be seeing a whole lot of Mandy Moore in Disney’s latest fairy tale tryst, Tangled. What you’ll see is a computer-generated hyper-rendering of something that vaguely resembles the general shape of a human being with enormous eyes and Mandy Moore’s voice.
You might recognize Dreama Walker from “Gossip Girl,” which means you watch “Gossip Girl.” It’s all good though, we understand. Okay, no we don’t.
A former stage actress, ballerina, and one-time resident of the Czech Republic, Winter Ave Zoli is best known these days as the hard-headed porn star sweetheart of bearded biker outlaw Opie Winston on FX’s leading series "Sons of Anarchy." And if you have a hard time picturing this tousle-haired beauty as the type who’d get down on camera for a quick couple hundred, it’s all the better; the contrast between Zoli’s disarming look of wide-eyed innocence and the seedy lifestyle played out by her on-screen alter ego is exactly what makes her character a thrilling fixture in the series.
A word from Winter: "Lyla and Opie are drawn to each other because they both have this sort of sweet sadness."
More pics of Winter after the jump…
Though Faster actress Jonna Walsh hasn’t gained much recognition since launching her career in 2004, it’s difficult to forget a face like that once you’ve seen it, even if only for a brief moment in a throwaway episode of “CSI: NY.”