David Conrad

David ConradDavid Conrad’s television credits include starring roles on “Ghost Whisperer”,  “Relativity” and “Miss Match.”

Among his feature film credits are “Men of Honor,” “Return to Paradise,” “The Weekend” and “Anything Else.”

Conrad has appeared on Broadway in “The Deep Blue Sea” and “Indian Ink,” as well as off-Broadway in “Troilus and Cressida” and “Richard II.” He has also appeared in “Arcadia” and “Three Days of Rain.”

Conrad studied at Brown University and Julliard. He currently lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His birth date is August 17.

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Bret Harrison
In the world of feature films, Harrison recently wrapped production on the independent film “Deal,” with Burt Reynolds. He also starred in the Paramount / MTV film “Orange County,” with Colin Hanks; the independent film “Lightning Bug,” with Laura Prepon, and the original MTV movie “Everybody’s Doing It.”

When not working, the Oregon native enjoys playing guitar with his band, Big Japan.

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Born in Canberra, Australia, O’Loughlin studied acting at the National Institute of Dramatic Art in Sydney. He currently resides in Los Angeles and enjoys riding motorcycles, rock climbing, music and playing his guitar. His birth date is August 24.

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Olivia Wilde - Profile

Olivia Wilde

Olivia Wilde - Profile

Olivia Wilde (born Olivia Jane Cockburn on March 10, 1984) is an Irish-American actress. Coming from a family of journalists, she began acting in the early 2000s, and has since appeared in a number of film and television parts, including her roles on the series The O.C., The Black Donnellys, and House.
Olivia Wilde Wilde was born in New York City. Her mother, Leslie (née Corkhill Redlich), is a 60 Minutes producer and journalist, and her father, Andrew Cockburn, is an Irish journalist, as are her uncles Alexander and Patrick, all of whom are contributors to the political websote CounterPunch.org. Her paternal grandfather was the British novelist and journalist Claud Cockburn.
Wilde has said that as a result of her family background, she has a “strong journalistic streak”, being “really critical and analytical”.She has wanted to become an actress since the age of two. Wilde attended Georgetown Day School in Washington, D.C., as well as Phillips Academy, and subsequently moved to Dublin, Ireland, where she attended The Gaiety School of Acting. She initially began working as a casting assistant.
Wilde has appeared in the films The Girl Next Door, Alpha Dog, Conversations with Other Women and Turistas. She became known for her recurring role on The O.C. as the bisexual character Alex Kelly. She has also appeared in the Dashboard Confessional music video for “Stolen” and was heavily considered to play Bond girl Vesper Lynd in the 21st Bond film Casino Royale; Eva Green eventually won the role. In 2005, Wilde was ranked #61 on Maxim magazine’s Hot 100. She was also ranked #95 on the FHM 100 Sexiest Women of 2006. She was one of the key models in Abercrombie & Fitch’s “Rising Stars” campaign in summer of 2004.
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In 2007, Wilde was a part of the ensemble cast of the shortly lived NBC midseason drama The Black Donnellys. Her character, Jenny Reilly, was the lone principal female character in the series following the lives of an Irish-American family tied to organized crime in New York City. Also in 2007, Wilde will appear in the play Beauty on the Vine, a political thriller scheduled to premiere in late April and run until June; Wilde will play three different characters.
Olivia Wilde pic 2 Wilde has also joined the cast of the FOX medical drama House in fall 2007 playing a young doctor called “Thirteen” who will work closely with Dr. House. According to E!, she has signed on as a regular on the show. Wilde is also slated to be the Female lead in the movie titled “TR2N” which is a remake of Tron.
The New York Observer has described Wilde as having a “throaty voice” and the “wide, teal-eyed charisma of Hollywood in the days of yore”. She has cited Meryl Streep, Sigourney Weaver, Frances McDormand, Catherine Keener and Robin Wright Penn as acting inspirations, and also admires playwright Eve Ensler and director and actor Woody Allen.
Wilde married prince Tao Ruspoli, a filmmaker and photographer, on June 7, 2003. Wilde has dual citizenship between the United States and Ireland. Wilde is a natural blonde and has stated that people have been “shocked” that she is a blonde but that “I wasn’t stupid”.
Missy Peregrym - Profile

Missy PeregrymFamiliar to television audiences as the illusive Candace Wilmer from “Heroes,” and  as Andi on the CW’s “Reaper” Missy Peregrym stands out in the industry as one of Hollywood’s most promising young actors. She began her career in modeling when she was 18. Her print advertisements soon led to commercials for Mercedes Benz, Sprint Canada and the Olympics. Peregrym caught the eye of casting directors and quickly transitioned into acting, landing her first television role on the action-drama series “Dark Angel.

In addition to her role on “Heroes” and “Reaper” Peregrym starred in the martial arts series “Black Sash” and the drama “Life as We Know It” as Jackie, the sarcastic beauty with a troubled family life. Additional guest appearances include “The Chris Isaak Show,” “Smallville” and “Andromeda.”

Peregrym made her feature film debut last summer with “Stick It.” She starred as a rebellious girl who is ordered to participate in a regimented sports world to clean up her act.

Birthday: June 16

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alyssa milano


Born in Brooklyn, New York on December 19, 1972, Alyssa Jayne Milano is the daughter of Thomas, a film music editor, and Lin, a fashion designer.

After seeing the Broadway play Annie at the age of 7, Alyssa knew she wanted to become an actress. One year later, she made her acting debut as July in the same musical and toured for 18 months. After that time, Alyssa left Annie to star in off-Broadway productions and TV commercials.

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alyssa milano Milano made her television debut in 1984 with her role as Tony Danza’s daughter on the popular sitcom Who’s the Boss?, which ran for eight years. And only one year into the sitcom’s run, Alyssa nabbed a small role playing Arnold Schwarzenegger’s daughter in 1985’s Commando.


While her role on Who’s The Boss? continued to garner her millions of fans and allowed her to create a best-selling exercise video in 1988 called Teen Steam, Alyssa also starred in a bunch of forgettable TV movies, including The Canterville Ghost (1986), Crash Course (1988) and Voices That Care (1991).

In 1989, a picture of Alyssa served as the inspiration behind Disney’s The Little Mermaidand was used to create the image of Ariel in the classic movie.

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alyssa milano The ’90s were a time when Alyssa wanted to shed her little-girl image and prove that she was a sexy adult woman. She did so by starring in Casualties of Love: The Long Island Lolita Story (1993) and the sexually charged Embrace of the Vampire (1994) and Poison Ivy II (1996). It worked, as popular men’s mag FHM voted her onto its 100 Sexiest Women in the World list four times.

But Alyssa didn’t stop at TV and movies. In fact, she also released five albums — entitled Alyssa (1989), Look In My Heart (1989), Best In The World (1990), Locked In a Dream (1991), and Do You See Me? (1992) — in Japan, all of which went platinum.

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On the big screen, one of Alyssa’s most important roles came in 1996 when she starred alongside Reese Witherspoon and Mark Wahlberg in the surprise hit Fear (1996). Also in 1996, she appeared in To Brave Alaska, a made-for-TV flick about a couple fighting for their lives while abandoned in Alaska.

In 1997, Milano returned to television full time as troublemaker Jennifer Mancini in the primetime Aaron Spelling soap Melrose Place. She was cast as a regular for one season and became the enemy of fellow beauty Amanda, played by Heather Locklear.

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alyssa milano While her role on Melrose Place was hot in 1997, Milano attended the Sundance Film Festival, where her new movie, Hugo Pool, also starring Robert Downey Jr, Sean Penn and Patrick Dempsey, premiered. At the festival, Alyssa was given the Spirit Award for women.

In 1998, Milano began portraying a witch on the WB’s Charmed (, alongside fellow witches Rose McGowan and Holly Marie CombsShannen Doherty quit in 2001 and was replaced by McGowan). She stayed on the show for eight seasons, leaving only when the show came to an end in 2006.

In January 1999, on New Year’s Day, Alyssa wed musician Cinjun Tate (lead singer for the rock group Remy Zero), but she divorced him that same year in November.

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Alyssa’s major role in Charmed didn’t stop her from appearing in big-screen projects. In 2003, Alyssa starred alongside David Spade in Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star, and the following year, she did voice work for Dinotopia: Curse of the Ruby Sunstone.

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Alyssa also continued doing TV commercials; she was well-known as the spokesperson for 1-800-Collect and for her very provocative commercials and print ads for Candie’s perfume.

In addition, Alyssa got seriously involved in humanitarian work; in fact, she is a National Ambassador for UNICEF and she works with PETA.

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In 2007, Alyssa appears alongside Rachel Miner in the big-screen drama The Blue Hour.

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Lexa Doig

Alexandra Doig, also known as ‘Lexa’, was born June 8th, 1973, to Gloria and David Doig, in Don Mills, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Lexa’s mother is Filipino, while her father is of Irish/Scottish heritage (Doig is a Scottish name), and Lexa grew up surrounded by equally mixed relatives. Lexa wrote and directed her first play at the age of six. Since this moment she wanted to become an actress. It was a Strawberry Shortcake play for school, and she gave away the lead role to her best friend.

Lexa Doig 2 Growing up, she was in as many church and school plays as she could do. She also studied rhythmic gymnastics. Though Lexa grew up in a home where they watched a lot of “Star Trek,” her parents also subscribed to the local theaters and went off to see plays regularly. They’d sometimes bring Lexa and her older brother, Ted, along, and young Lexa was especially taken with the musicals “Porgy & Bess” and “Evita.” She decided she wanted to be Porgy, as she identified with him because he was the smallest one on stage. Lexa herself is only 5’6″.

In 1991, Lexa got her first on-camera job as co- host of “Video & Arcade Top 10,” a Canadian TV show where kids competed against each other by playing video games. She hosted the show with her now close friend Gordon Michael Woolvett who later became her co-star on “Andromeda” some 10 years later. In 1994, Lexa landed her first professional acting job in “TekWar,” a TV series based on William Shatner’s novels. Since then, Lexa has stared and guest-stared in dozens of Science fiction television shows and movies. This isn’t a surprise since she is a self-labeled Science Fiction nerd and huge fan of Star Trek (TNG being her favorite).

In 2000, Lexa had not one but three roles on the hugely popular Sci-Fi series “Andromeda“. She successfully balanced her roles as “Andromeda’s” warship, hologram, and android. Andromeda was on air for 5 seasons before it ended in May of 2005.Lexa Doig 3

“Jason X”, part 10 of the classic “Friday The 13th” horror movies, was released in the Summer of 2001. In this feature film Lexa played the female lead and heroine- Dr. Rowan, leader of the research project that was studying Jason. The film was produced just before the start of the first season of “Andromeda.” In this film Lexa co-starred with now close Lisa Ryder who later went on to co-star with Lexa in “Andromeda” which started just after “Jason X” was released.

On August 2nd, 2003, Lexa married actor Michael Shanks. The couple and started dating in 2001, when Shanks guest-starred on “Andromeda” as Lexa’s on screen love affair. Around one year after their marriage, on September 13, 2004, Lexa’s and Michael’s first daughter was born, Mia Tabitha, and they have recently celebrated the birth of their second child together, Samuel David, born March19, 2006. The family resides in their native Canada, dividing their time between Vancouver and Toronto with Michael’s eldest daughter, Tatiana(age 8), their two children and two cats whose names are unknown.

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Lexa also played the role as Dr. Carolyn Lam, on the hit Sci-Fi series “Stargate SG-1”. 

Currently Lexa portrays Dr. Leah Perlman on the hit TV series remake “V“.

In her spare time (which is very limited with her job as full-time Mommy), Lexa enjoys reading, rollerblading and playing RPG video games. She is a prolific internet surfer (a trait she inherited from her father) and a huge “Dungeons and Dragons” fan.

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Ali Larter

Ali Larter


Alison Elizabeth Larter was born on February 28, 1976 in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. She started modeling at the young age of 13. It was while working as a model in Italy when she met Amy Smart. Later, the two girls became roommates in Los Angeles.

Ali Larter 002 In November, 1996, Ali was on the cover of Esquire Magazine as Allegra Coleman, Hollywood’s newest Dream Girl. The editors of the magazine wanted to illustrate the hyperbole of Hollywood hype, and approached Ali to play the fictitious actress.

The hoax landed her an agent and soon Ali started guest starring on shows like “Chicago Hope” and “Just Shoot Me”. After that, she appeared twice on season two of “Dawson’s Creek”, as Pacey’s object of affection, Kristy Livingstone.

Meanwhile, Amy Smart had already appeared in several movies. She was the one who suggested that Ali should audition for Varsity Blues. The film, which starred Hollywood’s It-boy James van der Beek, became a surprise box office hit and launched the careers of people like Ali, Amy and Paul Walker. And from that moment on, Ali would be referred to as the whipped cream-bikini-girl.

She followed it up with the teen romcom Drive Me Crazy, in which she co-starred as Adrian Grenier’s sexy ex. After that she joined the cast of the House on Haunted Hill, in which she starred opposite Geoffrey Rush and Famke Janssen.

But it was her role in thriller Final Destination which earned her critical praise. She won the Young Hollywood Award for Best Breakthrough Performance Female.

Ali Larter 004Next up were supporting roles in the surprise hit Legally Blonde, starring Reese Witherspoon, and in Kevin Smith’s Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back. She also starred in the western American Outlaws with Colin Farrell and buddy Scott Caan, before reprising her role as Clear Rivers in Final Destination 2.

After a long quiet period, Ali is making a nice comeback. With roles in upcoming movies like Marigold and Resident Evil: Extinction, and a starring role in this the NBC series “Heroes” as Nikki Sanders, Ali’s future is looking brighter than ever before!

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Cassandra Peterson Elvira’s alter ego, Cassandra Peterson, was born in Manhattan, Kansas and raised in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Cassandra remembers being mesmerized by Ann-Margret. “I always wanted to be a dancer, ever since I saw Ann-Margret in ‘Viva Las Vegas’.” Just days after graduating from high school, Cassandra fled to Vegas where, at the age of 17, she became the youngest showgirl in Las Vegas history.

Cassandra’s desire to emulate Ann-Margret led to an evening with the legendary Elvis Presley, who saw her perform and encouraged her to pursue a singing career. Off to Europe, Cassandra toured extensively as lead singer for an Italian rock band. Eventually settling in Rome, where she became fluent in Italian, Cassandra met renowned director, Federico Fellini, who cast her in his classic film, “Fellini’s Roma”.

Returning stateside, Cassandra formed her own nightclub review, “Mama’s Boys”, which toured the national club circuit. In the late 70’s, she joined the satiric improvisational troupe, The Groundlings, which also produced such notables as Phil Hartman, Pee Wee Herman, Jon Lovitz and Julia Sweeney. There she honed her now renowned comedic skills as both a writer and performer.

Film and television appearances such as “Cheech And Chong’s Next Movie”, “Fantasy Island”, “Happy Days” and “St. Elsewhere” followed, but Cassandra recalls, “I was your typical struggling actress. I went to every audition, took a million acting, dancing and singing lessons and spent years wondering where my next meal was coming from.”

It was the fall of 1981, with the birth of her character, Elvira, that it all changed. While she has since played herself in many film and television shows including “Echo Park”, “Alan Quartermain” and “Pee Wee’s Big Adventure”, Cassandra Peterson ultimately combines her numerous talents into an intriguing persona which has not only become a Halloween icon, but a “vamp” for all seasons.

Extra credit: Peterson is a longtime supporter of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA); in a much-publicized 1991 incident, she turned down an offer to perform as an elephant trainer in the TV extravaganza Circus of the Stars.

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  • “At least I get my little black dress cleaned once in awhile.” [When asked about the fact that Monica Lewinsky liked to compare with her, 1998.]
  • “I was your typical struggling actress. I went to every audition, took a million acting, dancing and singing lessons, and spent years wondering where my next meal was coming from.” Recalling her career before 1981.

Past Films & Videos  Year
Tomoko’s Kitchen – Mary Mulders 2006
Red Riding Hood – Hunter’s Mom 2004
Elvira’s Haunted Hills – Elvira, Mistress of the Dark/Lady Elura Hellsubus (as Elvira), Writer (character) (written by), Soundtrack (performer: “Le Music Hall”) 2001
Encounter in the Thrid Dimension (short) – Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, Soundtrack (performer: “Haunted House”), Singer (“Haunted House”) (as Elvira) 1999
Superstition (short) – Elvira 1997
It’s My Party – Party Guest (uncredited) 1996
Ted and Venus – Lisa 1991
Elvira, Mistress of the Dark – Elvira/(Aunt) Morgana Talbot, Writer (written by), Soundtrack (performer: “Elvira Rap”) 1988
Pledge Night – Party Girl 1988
Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold – Sorais 1987
Echo Park – Sheri 1986
Wrestlemania 2 (video) – Elvira 1986
Balboa – Angie Stoddard 1986
Pee-wee’s Big Adventure – Biker Mama 1985
Get Out of My Room – Elvira(segment “Born in East L.A.”) (as Elvira) 1985
Uncensored (video) – Skit characters 1984
Stroker Ace – Girl with Lugs 1983
The Sting II – O’Malley’s Girl 1983
Jekyll and Hyde… Together Again – Busty Nurse 1982
King of the Mountain – Neighbor 1981
Coast to Coast – Dinner Party Guest 1980
Cheech & Chong’s Next Movie – Hostage 1980
The Working Girls – Katya 1974
Fellini’s Roma – Actress (uncredited) 1972

Past Television; Year
Scares & Dares (TV movie) – Elvira 2001
Bride of Monster Mania (TV documentary) – Herself (as Elvira), Special Thanks 2000
Attack of the 50 Foot Monster Mania (TV documentary) – Herself (as Elvira), Special Thanks 1999
The RuPaul Show (TV series) – Elvira (1 episode, 1998)
   Episode dated 7 April 1998 – Elvira 1998
Nash Bridges (TV series) – Frankie (1 episode, 1997)
   Sniper – Frankie (as Elvira) 1997
Space Ghost Coast to Coast (TV series) – Elvira (1 episode, 1996)
   Switcheroo – Elvira 1996
Strange Universe (TV series) – Elvira (1 episode)
   Episode dated 15 February 1996 – Elvira
Attack of the Killer B-Movies (TV movie) – Elvira 1995
Eyes of a Stranger (TV movie) – Roxy 1993
The Elvira Show (TV series) – Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, Producer 1993
Ring of the Musketeers (TV movie) – Jennifer 1992
Parker Lewis (TV series) – Elvira, Mistress of the Dark (1 episode, 1992)
   Boy Meets Girl II – Elvira, Mistress of the Dark 1992
Totally Hidden Video (TV series) – Elvira (1 episode, 1989)
   Episode dated 31 October 1989 – Elvira 1989
Just Say Julie (TV series) – Elvira (1 episode, 1989)
   Episode dated 17 March 1989 – Elvira 1989
Heavy Metal Heaven (TV series) – Elvira 1989
Saturday Night Live (TV series) – Elvira (1 episode, 1987)
   Episode #13.3 – Elvira 1987
The Fall Guy (TV series) – Elvira (2 episodes, 1984-1985)
   October the 32nd – Elvira 1985
   October the 31st – Elvira 1984
Bob Hope Buys NBC? (TV movie) – Elvira, Mistress of the Dark 1985
Movie Macabre (TV series) – Elvira (2 episodes, 1983-1985), Associate Producer (2 episodes, 1983-1985), Writer (1 episode, 1985)
   Doomsday Machine – Elvira, Writer, Associate Producer 1985
   The Werewolf of Washington – Elvira, Associate Producer 1983
Last of the Great Survivors (TV movie) – Elvira 1984
The Richard Simmons Show (TV series) – Elvira (1 episode, 1983)
   Episode dated October 1983 – Elvira 1983
Fantasy Island (TV series) – Esther / Ptatateetah (2 episodes, 1978-1983)
   God Child/Curtain Call – Esther 1983
   The Sheikh/The Homecoming – Ptatateetah 1978
St. Elsewhere (TV series) – Judy (1 episode, 1983)
   Ties That Bind – Judy 1983
Alice (TV series) – Monique (1 episode, 1983)
   Mel’s Dream Car – Monique 1983
CHiPs (TV series) – Elvira (2 episodes, 1982-1983)
   Things That Go Creep in the Night – Elvira 1983
   Rock Devil Rock – Elvira 1982
The Paragon of Comedy (TV movie) – Actress 1983
Open All Night (TV series) – Taffy (1 episode, 1981)
   Episode dated 19 August 1981 – Taffy 1981
Happy Days (TV series) – Girl (1 episode, 1979)
   Burlesque – Girl 1979
Fright Night (TV series) – Elvira 1970


  • Big fan of Vincent Price, Roger Corman and Edward D. Wood Jr.
  • Close friend of Vincent Price
  • Strong supporter of gay rights
  • Sometimes credited as “Cassandra Petersen”
  • First woman who did a music video in 3D (“Superstition”)
  • Favourite movies: Plan 9 from Outer Space and Attack of the Killer Tomatoes!.
  • #1 of Sci-Fi’s Sexiest B-Queens, by Femme Fatales magazine [1997]
  • Owns a production company in Los Angeles called Queen B Productions. She merchandises Elvira products.
  • Pentagon named a Stealth computer system “Elvira” inspired by her.
  • Strong supporter of animal rights
  • Attended Palmer High School, Colorado Springs, Colorado; graduated in class of 1966.
  • Once was a complete vegetarian, now eats dairy plus chicken and fish.
  • Daughter, Sadie born. [1991]
  • In 2002, she licensed the name and likeness of “Elvira” to International Game Technologies for use in an Elvira-themed video slot machine.
  • In 1996, she licensed the “Elvira” name and likeness to Midway Manufacturing (a division of WMS Gaming) for the “Scared Stiff” pinball game.
  • Measurements: 34-21-34 (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine)
  • Has hosted the Halloween themed Knott’s Scary Farm amusement park in Buena Park, California from 1982 – 2001.
  • Was scalded by boiling water when she was five years old. Underwent seventeen skin grafting operations over the course of her childhood to repair the scar tissue. Now covers some of her remaining scars (around neck and shoulders) with make-up or clothing.
  • Is a natural redhead.
  • Although she has appeared in nude layouts, she has never appeared nude as the Elvira character.
  • Maila Nurmi, the original Vampira, unsuccessfully tried to sue Cassandra Peterson for stealing her act.

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Jennifer Love Hewitt

Jennifer Love HewittJennifer Love Hewitt has appeared in many feature films including “Heartbreakers,” “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” “I Still Know What You Did Last Summer,” “Can’t Hardly Wait,” “Garfield” and “The Tuxedo.” She recently completed production on two independent feature films, “The Truth About Love” and “If Only,” which she also produced.

Hewitt became known to television audiences in the award-winning series “Party of Five” and then on the CBS supernatural show “Ghost Whisperer .” She also starred in the television movie “The Audrey Hepburn Story.”

The actress dedicates her time to many charitable causes, including St. Jude Children’s Hospital, APLA, Project Angel Food and the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

Originally from Texas, Hewitt currently resides in the Los Angeles area. Her birth date is February 21.




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