Saturday, 29 December 2012

Bellazon Fashion Models

Bellazon Fashion Models Biography

How is there not a thread on this godess?  What can I say, I'm a sucker for brown hair/brown eyes.  Ale and Cindy have the perfect look.

Born Cynthia Ann Crawford on February 20, 1966, in DeKalb, Illinois. Beginning in the 1980s and continuing through the 1990s, Cindy Crawford was America's most celebrated fashion model and one of the most famous in the world, embodying the rise of the "super model" as a late-twentieth-century cultural phenomenon.

Although there had been star models in previous decades--Twiggy in the 1960s, for example, or Lauren Hutton and Cheryl Tiegs in the 1970s--they did not sustain prolonged mainstream recognition. Cindy Crawford and her contemporaries (Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell among them) no longer merely posed as nameless faces on magazine covers, calendars, and fashion runways but, rather, became celebrities whose fame rivaled that of movie stars and rock musicians. Cindy Crawford stood at the forefront of this insurgence
Abbie Cornish was born Aug. 7, 1982 in Lochnivar, New South Wales, Cornish grew up on a large farm with her parents and four siblings. "Boredom" was the answer she gave for pursuing a career in front of the camera, and after winning a contest through the Aussie teen magazine Dolly, she landed an agent and began auditioning for roles on Australian television. Her first critical notices came at the age of 15 when she played a quadriplegic in the television series "Children's Hospital" (Two Network, 1997). Two years later, Cornish - who had since moved away from her parents at the age of 16 - was honored by the Australian Film Institute for her performance in a 1999 episode of the police drama "Wildside" (Australian Broadcast Corporation, 1997-99). Despite the acclaim, Cornish devoted an equal amount of her time to her studies and planned to become a veterinarian.

A string of impressive roles in Australian features quickly followed her AFI win - she was a sexually charged poetess who goes missing in the lesbian-themed mystery "The Monkey's Mask" (2000); a venomous schoolgirl in the black comedy "Horseplay" (2003), and a young drug casualty in the rave-culture drama "One Perfect Day" (2004) - but it was "Somersault" (2004) that made critics around the world stand up and take notice. An often disturbing drama about a teenage girl's headlong dive into sex and the people around her who seem all too willing to take advantage of her naiveté, Cornish's performance earned her raves at the Cannes Film Festival, as well as awards at numerous film festivals in her native country and around the world.

Two years later, Cornish's success in "Somersault" paid off in spades with high-profile roles in a string of
attention-garnering features. She co-starred with fellow Aussie superstars Heath Ledger and Geoffrey Rush in "Candy" (2006), a stylized romance between a heroin-addicted poet (Ledger) and a painter (Cornish). She also showed off a flawless American accent as a California teenager searching for her father in "A Good Year" (2006), Ridley Scott's adaptation of the Peter Mayle novel about a businessman (Russell Crowe) who inherits a vineyard and its offbeat neighbors.

After "A Good Year," Cornish became involved in two projects - one of which garnered considerable press (mostly of the prurient-investigative kind). "Stop Loss" (2007) was the film, directed by "Boys Don't Cry" helmer Kimberly Peirce, that she was working on in the United States when reports surfaced that she and co-star Ryan Phillippe were engaged in an affair. The alleged incriminating evidence came to light shortly after Phillippe and his wife, Academy Award winner Reese Witherspoon, had announced their separation in the press - which naturally led the media to speculate that Cornish was the crux of their marital discord. Her representatives openly and sternly denied any wrongdoing on the part of the actress, but there was no denying the fact the two were a couple after a discreet amount of time had passed and they were seen together, openly affectionate in public.
Elizabeth Jean Philipps was born in Oak Park, Illinois, on June 25, 1979. She was raised in Scottsdale in Arizona, to
Joseph and Barbara Philipps, along with her older sister, Leigh Ann. She earned the name, “Busy” at the ripe ol’ age of
six months due to her constant running around. Her parents (and her babysitter) started to call her Busy, which has stuck
with her ever since.

Busy caught the acting bug early on, after taking part in her school’s version of "Charlotte's Web”, where she played the
role of Wilbur the Pig. As time progressed, she continued with her acting aspirations when she attended Chapparral High
School, in Scottsdale, where she was voted as "Best Actress" and "Most Likely to Become a Famous Actress".
Fresh out of high school, Busy enrolled in various acting classes to enrich her craft. She could be found performing at
her local theater, and continued her studies at the Actors Lab of Arizona, where she wrote and produced two productions
and also took a course in the summer of 1998 at the Oxford School of Drama in England. Surprisingly, she had her first
paying “professional” job at the age of 17 when Mattel hired her for a Toy Fair convention in New York to act as a live
Barbie doll. Once she was 18, she ventured out to Los Angeles and enrolled and graduated with a degree in theater from
Loyola Marymount College. This is where she met and became best friends with her on/off co-star, Linda Cardellini, as
well as her ex-longterm boyfriend, Colin Hanks.
 was born in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, to two lawyers, Jacqueline Duerre and Chris Watson, who divorced in 1995. Her brother Alex was born in 1993. As a young girl, Watson attended The Dragon School, a renowned preparatory school in Oxford. By 2003, she was attending the all-girls Headington School in the city of Oxford.

Before being cast in the Harry Potter films, Watson's performances had been limited to leading roles in school plays, including Arthur: The Young Years and The Happy Prince. Other school activities included the Daisy Pratt Poetry Competition, in which she won first place for her year (age seven).
Acting career

Hired at age 10, Watson was 11 years old in 2001 when she made her acting debut in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (released in the United States as Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone) playing Hermione Granger. She has also appeared in the Potter sequels: Chamber of Secrets (2002), Prisoner of Azkaban (2004), and Goblet of Fire (2005).

Potter fans have expressed mixed opinions about Watson's portrayal of Hermione Granger: Some feel she is perfect for the role; others believe Watson fails to capture Hermione's insecurities and flaws, and complain that she is "too pretty"for the role—a sentiment shared by some film critics—since, in the book series, Hermione was generally described as being very "plain" (neither "pretty" nor "ugly"). The Potter screenplays, however, have made Hermione a more powerful and prominent character than originally written by J. K. Rowling.

Emma Charlotte Duerre Watson (born 15 April 1990) is an English actress best known for her role as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter film series.

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