Laura Prepon | Hollywood celebs | women Hollywood celebs

Laura Prepon (pronounced pree-pawn, born March 7, 1980) is an American actress, best known for her role as Donna Pinciotti in the long-running Fox situation comedy That '70s Show, for all eight seasons. She is also known for the role of Hannah Daniels on the ABC drama October Road. She has been in several independent films such as Slackers and Lightning Bug and has been featured in multiple magazines such as Maxim Magazine.

She's been nominated for a Teen Choice Award, and was named one of Stuff Magazine 's 102 Sexiest Women of the year. She currently resides in Los Angeles and in Watchung, New Jersey when not working in L.A. Prepon is not only an actress, she has also tried her hand at modeling and producing, as well as working in theater. She has voiced characters in animated TV series such as American Dad and King of the Hill, as well as a character in the video game Halo 2.

Prepon was born in Watchung, New Jersey, the daughter of Marjorie, a high school teacher, and Michael, an orthopedic surgeon, who died during heart surgery in 1993. Prepon is the youngest of five children. She attended Watchung Hills Regional High School. She studied at Caroline Thomas' Total Theater Lab in New York City. In a December 2007 interview in Women's Health, Prepon stated that she was a Scientologist.

Her nicknames are Pre, which is short for Prepon, and Snaps.

While on the That '70s Show set, Prepon met Christopher Masterson, who played Francis on the show Malcolm In The Middle and is the brother of Danny Masterson, who played Hyde in That '70s Show. The two started a relationship and eventually moved in together.

Massy Tadjedin | Tehran, Iran | Hollywood celebs

Massy Tadjedin (born 1978) is an Iranian-American screenwriter.
Tadjedin was born in Tehran and grew up in Orange County, California, and studied English Literature at Harvard.
Her movie credits include Leo (original screenplay, 2002) and The Jacket (adapted screenplay 2005).

Her current project, Le Voyeur, has recently been picked up by Columbia Pictures for Will Smith and James Lassiter to produce through their Sony-based Overbrook Entertainment. The film, based on a 1955 French novel by Alain Robbe-Grillet, centers on a man who returns to the Caribbean island of his youth and becomes a suspect in the murder of a teenage girl that was committed two days after his arrival. The movie is set for release in 2009. Also for 2010 is Last Night, which will star Keira Knightley and Eva Mendes, and will serve as Massy's directorial debut.

Other current projects as screenplay writer and producer are The Case Study (a political ensemble thriller) and Lady Gold (a drama with director Mel Gibson, distributed by Icon Entertainment International and Paramount Pictures).

She is married to Dr. Babak Fardin, an ophthalmologist in Orange County. The couple met at Harvard.

Terri O'Connell | Hollywood celebs

Terri Leigh O'Connell, born July 7, 1964, in Corinth MS., (F.M.A. J.T. Hayes) won National Championships in Go-kart, Midget Cars and Sprint Car competitions across the country. She rose to compete in Winston Cup Series for Donlavey Racing in 1990 at North Carolina Speedway, now known as Rockingham Speedway. Terri amassed over 500 career victories through out her career.
Terri was born with a Disorder of Sexual Development, and had corrective surgery in March of 1992. She legally changed her name to Terri O'Connell. The former fashion model and Racing Champion is the author of a cutting edge, Tell-All, Five Star autobiography called Dangerous Curves, which was called the new benchmark for Southern autobiographies, by NYT's best selling author, Patrica Nell Warren. It is published by BookSurge.

Ms. O'Connell who is also well known as a world class artist, also created the first apparel company for the female race fan called "Speedsters" in 1995. She runs her new Urban all original Apparel/Art Company "Dangerous Curves Society". Ms. O'Connell has been linked to many Hollywood celebs and national politicians both in business, and socially, which she details in her autobiography Dangerous Curves. She is making her racing comeback in 2011, developing a World Class all female driving team headed up by Dick Barbour Racing of Atlanta, Ga. Her driving stats and new press material are posted on her personal web site

Sacha Baron Cohen | Hollywood celebs

Sacha Noam Baron Cohen (born 13 October 1971) is a British comedian, actor, and writer. He is most widely known for his portrayal of three unorthodox fictional characters, Ali G, Borat, and Brüno. In his routines, Baron Cohen's characters interact with unsuspecting people who do not realize they are being set up for comic situations and self-revealing ridicule.

Baron Cohen's work has been recognised with several Emmy nominations, an Oscar nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay, a BAFTA award, and a Golden Globe for Best Actor for his work in the feature film Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan. After the release of the film Borat, Baron Cohen stated that because the public had become too familiar with the characters, he would retire Borat and Ali G. Similarly, after the release of Brüno, he has stated he would also retire the title character.

Baron Cohen was born in Hammersmith, West London, England. His mother, Daniella (née Weiser), was born in Israel, while his father, Gerald, was originally from Pontypridd, Wales. Baron Cohen is the middle of three sons, with elder brother Erran and younger brother Amnon. His family is Jewish. His paternal grandfather was born in Pontypridd, Wales, and his maternal grandmother, who now lives in Haifa, Israel, trained as a ballet dancer in Germany. Baron Cohen's brother Erran is a composer and has worked on several of his films. Internationally renowned autism researcher Simon Baron-Cohen is his cousin.

Grace Hightower | Most Popular Celebrity News

Grace Hightower De Niro (born April 7, 1955) is an American philanthropist, actress and singer. She is the wife of actor Robert De Niro, whom she met in London in 1987 and married in 1997.[1] The couple's early marital troubles played out in the press, with a 1999 divorce filing by Robert De Niro and a 2001 custody case over their son Elliot; however, the divorce was never finalized and in 2004 they renewed their vows.

In 2005 Candice Bergen, Renee Rockefeller and Hightower were identified as victims of Lucyna Turyk-Wawrynowicz, a kleptomaniac celebrity maid who stole a pair of $95,500 diamond earrings from Hightower In 2010 the New York Women’s Foundation, established to help low-income women, honored Hightower for her work and as a role model for women. She is an active socialite, and her gala 55th birthday party was covered in Vogue by André Leon Talley.

She presented the Pratt Institute's Creative Spirit Award to director Lee Daniels. Hightower worked with Daniels on the film Precious, in which she played a social worker and contributed the song "Somethin's Comin' My Way" to the soundtrack. She previously played a minor role on an episode of NYPD Blue.