There are very few reasons for a man to watch “90210.” Jessica Lowndes is one of them. Another is to get tips on how not to raise your kids, but you can look into that one on your own time. Hint: Stay the hell out of Beverly Hills.
Although the TBS comedy series “Glory Daze” has already set the record for highest number of outdated college stereotypes employed in a single hour of television, shows like this tend to glaze over their inward mediocrity with outward displays of mind-blowing female awesomeness.
Whether you love the Harry Potter films or think the whole series is a bloated Hollywood cash cow with no redeeming cinematic value, it’s difficult to deny that when Emma Watson steps on screen, the entire production gets a little bit better.
There is something unnervingly attractive about artsy French chicks who constantly appear as though they just don’t give a sh*t. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows actress Clemence Poesy seems to have perfected that particular look of apathetic sexiness.
As the latest actress to join the cast of ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy,” Sarah Drew is officially the show’s rookie pretend doctor.
This past weekend, the world watched Scottie Thompson run for her life. For, like, an hour and a half. That was pretty much the gist of Skyline.
If you follow the weekly procedural escapades of Fox’s “Bones” you know Michaela Conlin best as Angela Montenegro, a forensics-minded sometimes-bohemian party child and the titular character’s closest confidant.
Until she scored a leading role on Fox’s lady-centric detective series “Bones,” Tamara Taylor’s acting career was, for the most part, a collection of guest shots and short appearances dating back to her television debut in 1991.
Based on her short list of acting credits, it would appear that Crystal Reed has only been active for roughly the past year. Apparently that didn’t stop her from nabbing a starring role in Skyline.
An Emmy Award winner and a native of London, England, Archie Panjabi has been onscreen for over fifteen years, with the majority of her career spent in television.
As a former Miss California, Meagan Tandy is expertly trained in the art of being good looking. For the last few years, she’s applied that training to the acting field, making brief appearances in “90210” and “Dark Blue” among other small-screen productions.
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…
In attempting to survive the zombie apocalypse, focus is key; distractions can and will prove deadly, followed shortly by undeadly. For the male protagonists of AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” Sarah…
Based on the production stills we’ve seen from Michelle Monaghan’s upcoming film Due Date, it appears she’ll be playing a role best described as “pregnant wife on phone.” With Robert…
In an effort to avoid penning a 700-page dissertation on the specific facets of Cobie Smulders’ infinite hotness, we’ll sum it up like this: Oh my god. Best known as that dorky Canadian newscaster chick from the CBS sitcom “How I Met Your Mother,” Smulders is set to grace the cover of the December issue of Maxim. And based on a set of prints leaked from the shoot, it looks like that particular issue is going to fly off the racks faster than most. If you want a copy, they’ll all be here at the Screenjunkies office. But you’ll have to fight us with katana swords to get one. We’ve been practicing.
A word from Cobie: “I had no idea what I wanted to do after college, but acting seemed like a good start.”
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Whitney Able won’t be raking in any significant critical acclaim for her on-screen achievements this year, but she might just make her way into the pretty-girl rankings of some of our favorite lads mags. Cover girl, slasher star, and leading lady in the soon-to-be-released sci-fi thriller Monsters, Able was counted among Maxim’s most beautiful women in 2008. Maybe it’s too early to start the nomination process, but we’ll go ahead and give her our nod for a second appearance now.
A word from Whitney: "That song 'Ramble On' was my jam for a minute there."
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At some point in the new Saw flick, Gina Holden will be chained to a giant metal death machine. How she gets there, whether she survives, and how convincingly she plays the nuanced role of “hot girl in mortal peril” remain to be seen. In any case, though, we're pretty sure she’ll look good doing it.
A word from Gina: "I just loved performing. I wanted to my whole life."
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Here’s one for all you science fiction junkies out there: Elyse Levesque, the face behind space-dwelling heroine Chloe Armstrong of SyFy channel’s “Stargate Universe.” An actress by trade since age 11, Levesque has risen to small-screen prominence over the past year since being cast in the role. And as one of the show’s primary pretty ladies, she has by default become an object of desire for daydreaming “Stargate” fanboys the world around.
A word from Elyse: "Live every day to the fullest."
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“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.
A word from Peyton: “I was on the box art for some young girl-crush kind of board games. It’s embarrassing.”
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“Smokeshow” is not a word one typically associates with showtunes, musicals, or Broadway performances. In the case of “Glee” actress Lea Michele, however, we might just have to make an exception. The 23-year-old star of FOX’s hit comedy-drama was always a looker, but after an appearance in a racy GQ photo series this month, she has officially made the transition from “cute girl in your science class” to “oh my god where can I get a copy of that GQ spread.”
A word from Lea: “I don’t consider the sex scene any more challenging or intense or risky than anything anyone else does on the stage.”
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She's so nice we had to do her twice. Being handcuffed and thrown into the back of a cop car wouldn’t be too bad, provided of course that Stana Katic would be the arresting officer. It’s a good bet, in fact, that a significant number of men would go out of their way to break the law in her immediate vicinity, hoping for the chance to have a cup of coffee with her — even if it was being served out of Styrofoam cups in a cramped interrogation room. Until that day, we’ll just have to make do with Katic’s pretend-cop persona in ABC’s “Castle.”
A word from Stana: “Men should never marry their muse. It ruins the illusion.”
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There is something distinctly rustic about Angie Simms. Slender, dark-eyed, and intense, she could easily slip into an American Apparel ad. With only a handful of acting credits to her name, it is unlikely that you’ve seen much of her yet, but a memorable appearance alongside Johnny Knoxville’s wrinkled alter ego in the new Jackass flick might just be her ticket into the limelight.
A word from Angie: "I hate when cashiers get an attitude if ur on the phone while checking out. Really? u expect me to look u in the eye while I buy wet wipes?"
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With the kind of face that makes you stop, stare, and wonder where the hell you've seen her before, Jessica Pare is slowly making waves in the glitz-adorned lap pool that is Hollywoodland. From bit roles in low-budget theatre productions to Candadian film stardom and most recently to Don Draper's couch in "Mad Men," the Montreal native has run the gamut of the acting world — and she doesn't look to be slowing down anytime soon.
A word from Jessica: "When the time comes when nobody cares about me anymore and nobody wants to see my face anymore, then that`s fine, too. It's totally normal.”
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You probably had a childhood crush on Vinessa Shaw when you saw her opposite Rodney Dangerfield and Jonathan Brandis in Ladybugs. Then you probably lost that crush when you saw her get sexually abused by a mutant in The Hills Have Eyes. I gained that crush back seeing her guest star on "House" the other night.
A word from Vinessa: "There was so much blood on the floor I was sticking to the floor. My hair was matted to the ground…"
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Getting your career started with White Chicks could be the death of some actresses, but for Rochelle Aytes it was only the beginning. While last fall's canceled "The Forgotten" didn't make a splash, Rochelle has been able to get a recurring role on "Detroit 1-8-7" before that also gets the canceled notice.
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Though you may not know Meta Golding by name, if you are a fan of any popular cop or criminal procedural TV drama of the past decade you know here face. From "CSI" to "Criminal Minds" to "Dark Blue" and now "NCIS: Los Angeles." She's originally from Haiti and was raised in France, India, and Italy, where she competed as a national ice skater until a major injury ended her career.
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A Boston native and graduate of the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, Daniela Ruah is one tough and rough actress who can take on any method. No wonder she is a regular on the series "NCIS: Los Angeles" with LL Cool J and Chris O'Donnell, giving them acting tips on how to re-live each episode as if it was a horrible memory from their childhood.
A word from Daniela: "I’ve been introduced to new skills that I didn’t have and which now I love having and want to continue developing, like shooting and using weapons and the appropriate protocols of gun fighting."
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Coming from The Bronx and starting out as a model for Tommy Hilfiger and Victoria Secret, Joy Bryant knows what it takes to be a badass model that can act. From Antwone Fisher to Get Rich or Die Tryin', Joy has shown grace with the grit in these movies. For now though she is sticking to the small screen with NBC's "Parenthood."
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Emily Rose was one of the many new faces to the hit the TV airwaves this past summer with the new SyFy Channel series "Haven." Emily's background ranges from loved but short lived TV series "John from Cincinnati" and "Jericho" to the final season of "ER." "Haven" gives her a chance to flex her leading lady muscles on the strangest TV series this side of "Twin Peaks."
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KaDee Strickland is apart of the soapy doctor drama "Private Practice" on ABC. Though luckily unseen by me, KaDee looks like the exact doctor I would like to have administer my next physical exam.
A word from KaDee: "I love wine, especially a yummy bottle of red. I have a glass once or twice a week."
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