Jessica Biel Birthday March 3

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Jessica Biel

Jessica Claire Biel (born March 3, 1982)is an American actress and former model, who has appeared in several Hollywood films, including Summer Catch, the remake of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Illusionist, I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry and Valentine’s Day. She is also known for her television role as Mary Camden in the long-running family-drama series 7th Heaven.


Has a brother named Justin.

Discovered at the 1994 IMTA Los Angeles convention.

Has hazel eyes and brown hair.

Collects vintage glasses with no lenses.

Audtioned for a role in American Beauty (1999).

Amateur photographer.

Is of German, French, English and Native American (Choctaw) heritage.

Attended Tufts University for three semesters.

Was voted in at #30 in FHM’s Sexiest Girls of 2002 poll, American edition, up from #82 the previous year. [June 2002]

Is 14 months younger than Beverley Mitchell, but still plays her big sister on “7th Heaven” (1996).

Formerly a vegetarian.

Was the first choice to play Abbey Chase in the television adaptation of the comic book “Danger Girl”. Unfortunately, the project fell through.

Ranked #98 on VH1’s 100 Hottest Hotties.

Ranked #99 in Stuff magazine’s “102 Sexiest Women In The World” (2002).

Her last name rhymes with “Deal.”

Was voted “Sexiest Woman Alive” by Esquire magazine in 2005.

Named #18 on the Maxim magazine Hot 100 of 2005 list.

Has played the role of girlfriend/ex-girlfriend of real-life boyfriend Chris Evans twice by now (January 2006): once in Cellular (2004) and again in London (2005/I).

Named #21 in FHM’s “100 Sexiest Women in the World 2005” special supplement. (2005)

Split up with Chris Evans, her boyfriend of 2 years. [June 2006]

Studied acting with Ivana Chubbuck.

Named #16 in FHM magazine’s “100 Sexiest Women in the World 2006” supplement. (2006).

Won an acting scholarship to the Young Actor’s Space at 11 years old.

Ranked #5 on the Maxim magazine Hot 100 of 2007 list.

The day after she was born, her parents took her to a dog-sled race where the temperature was thirty degrees below zero.

Her father ran an Outward Bound school and worked as an international business consultant.

Accompanied boyfriend Justin Timberlake on his European Tour in 2007.

Once wanted to become a musical star after winning a karaoke contest when she was aged eight.

Daughter of Kimberly (Kim) Biel (née Conroe) and Jonathan Edward Biel, an entrepreneur.

Was named Empire Magazine’s #16 in the list of 100 Sexiest Stars 2007.

Her first acting job was in a Pringles commercial when she was 11 years old.

Best friends with “7th Heaven” (1996) co-star Beverley Mitchell.

Was cast in A Woman of No Importance (2011) after Lindsay Lohan dropped out, but later had to drop out herself due to scheduling conflicts.

Agreed to return for the season 10 finale of “7th Heaven” (1996) (originally the series finale before the show got picked up by the CW) after Brenda Hampton begged her to. The episode had already been shot but Hampton was determined to have Biel back for one last time. Jessica filmed her brief scenes during a break from filming Next (2007).

Ranked #3 on the Maxim magazine Hot 100 of 2008 list.

Was in a relationship with actor Chris Evans. [2001-2006]

Named a Global Brand Ambassador for Revlon [May 4, 2009].

She was a bridesmaid at her friend, Beverley Mitchell,’s wedding to Michael Cameron in October, 2008. Their on-screen sister, Mackenzie Rosman, was also a bridesmaid.


Labeouf and Fox in Transformers



(CNN) — “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” and “Land of the Lost” now have another dishonor to add to the critical lambasting they took upon release: the two films are tied for most Razzie nominations for worst films of the year.

“Transformers,” which dominated box office charts if not reviewers’ hearts, picked up seven nominations, including worst picture, worst director (Michael Bay, a Razzie favorite), worst actress (Megan Fox) and worst screen couple (Shia LaBeouf with Fox or any Transformer).

“Land of the Lost,” the Will Ferrell remake of the early-’70s Sid and Marty Krofft children’s show, earned nods for worst picture, worst actor (Ferrell), worst director (Brad Silberling) and worst screen couple (Ferrell and “any co-star, creature or ‘comic riff,’ “) according to the Razzie list.

“Head Raspberry” John Wilson, author of “The Official Razzie Movie Guide” and chief of the Golden Raspberry Award Foundation, acknowledges that the organization might be risking a backlash from “Transformers” fans, who made the film the No. 2 highest-grossing film of 2009 with more than $400 million at the domestic box office.

“This is not the first time we’ve nominated something that made that kind of money,” he said, noting that the “Star Wars” sequels “The Phantom Menace” and “Attack of the Clones” also earned Razzie nods.

But he doesn’t apologize for the inclusion of “Transformers”: ” ‘Transformers,’ to me, is the personification of what’s wrong with Hollywood right now,” he said. “It’s all about do what already worked, pander to the audience, put in a lot of special effects. … It’s almost as though when they were editing the thing they had a little egg timer running, and every seven minutes something had to blow up or somebody had to yell, ‘Go go go go! Run run run run!’ ”

Other nominees for worst picture are “All About Steve,” “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra” and “Old Dogs.”

Though Sandra Bullock is riding a wave of respect for her performance in “The Blind Side” — she’s expected to receive an Oscar nomination tomorrow for best actress — she’s also on the list for a Golden Raspberry for her performance in “Steve,” her 2009 dud.

Wilson observed that Bullock, presuming she gets an Oscar nomination Tuesday, could become the first person to win both a major-category Oscar and Razzie on the same weekend.

“She’s in as good a position as anyone could be to accept both awards,” he said. Noting Bullock’s good sense of humor, he has hopes that she’ll show up at the Razzie ceremony on March 6. (Halle Berry, in a rare appearance by a top star, accepted a Razzie for “Catwoman” in 2005.)

The Razzies, now in their 30th year, are equal-opportunity tributes, giving note to A-listers and D-listers alike. Along with Bullock and Ferrell, nominees this year include Steve Martin (“Pink Panther 2”), John Travolta (“Old Dogs”), Sarah Jessica Parker (“Did You Hear About the Morgans?”) and teen heartthrob Robert Pattinson (“The Twilight Saga: New Moon”). Winners receive a hand-made, spray-painted gold trophy with an estimated street value of about five dollars, according to the Razzie Web site.

Wilson was surprised that the Razzie voters, who number about 650, didn’t back “New Moon” more strongly. The “Twilight” sequel earned four nominations overall.

“Based on the volume of postings we had on the two forums on our Web site, I would have thought ‘Twilight Saga’ would have made more categories than it did,” he said.

Along with their year’s-worst awards, the Razzies are also giving out “The Worst of the ‘Uh-Ohs,’ ” giving tribute to the worst of the decade. Pictures up for that distinction are “Battlefield Earth” (2000), “Freddy Got Fingered” (2001), “Gigli” (2003), “I Know Who Killed Me” (2007) and Madonna’s version of “Swept Away” (2002).

The race is expected to come down to “Battlefield Earth” and “Gigli,” which the Razzies named the worst drama and comedy of its first 25 years, respectively.

The Razzies are sticking with tradition, nominating just five films in each category — unlike the Oscars, which are going to have 10 movies in the running for best picture. But though there were plenty of bad films in 2009, Wilson said, if there were 10 worst picture Razzie nominations, it would dilute the process.

“What I’ve been saying is, if we had 10, then our awards really wouldn’t be any more meaningful than the Golden Globes,” he said.

The Gala 30th Annual Razzie Awards will be held Saturday, March 6 — the night before the Oscars — at Hollywood’s Barnsdall Gallery Theatre.


“All About Steve”
“G.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra”
“Land of the Lost”
“Old Dogs”
“Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”


All three Jonas Brothers / “Jonas Brothers: The 3-D Concert Experience”
Will Ferrell / “Land of the Lost”
Steve Martin / “Pink Panther 2”
Eddie Murphy / “Imagine That”
John Travolta / “Old Dogs”


Beyonce / “Obsessed”
Sandra Bullock / “All About Steve”
Miley Cyrus / “Hannah Montana: The Movie”
Megan Fox / “Jennifer’s Body” and “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”
Sarah Jessica Parker / “Did You Hear About the Morgans?”


Any two (or more) Jonas Brothers / “The Jonas Brothers: 3-D Concert Experience”
Sandra Bullock & Bradley Cooper / “All About Steve”
Will Ferrell & Any Co-Star, Creature or “Comic Riff” / “Land of the Lost”
Shia LaBeouf & either Megan Fox or any Transformer / “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”
Kristin Stewart & either Robert Pattinson or Taylor Whatz-His-Fang / “Twilight Saga: New Moon”


Candice Bergen / “Bride Wars”
Ali Larter / “Obsessed”
Sienna Miller / “G.I. Joe”
Kelly Preston / “Old Dogs”
Julie White (as Mom) / “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”


Billy Ray Cyrus / “Hannah Montana: The Movie:
Hugh Heffner (as himself) / “Miss March”
Robert Pattinson / “Twilight Saga: New Moon”
Jorma Taccone (as Cha-Ka) / “Land of the Lost”
Marlon Wayans / “G.I. Joe”

WORST REMAKE, RIP-OFF or SEQUEL (Combined Category for 2009)

“G.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra”
“Land of the Lost”
“Pink Panther 2” (A rip-off of a sequel to a remake)
“Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”
“Twilight Saga: New Moon”


Michael Bay / “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”
Walt Becker / “Old Dogs”
Brad Silberling / “Land of the Lost”
Stephen Sommers / “G.I. Joe”
Phil Traill / “All About Steve”


“All About Steve” / Screenplay by Kim Barker
“G.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra” / Screenplay by Stuart Beattie and David Elliot & Paul Lovett
“Land of the Lost” / Written by Chris Henchy & Dennis McNicholas
“Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” Written by Ehren Kruger, Roberto Orci & Alex Kurtzman
“Twilight Saga: New Moon” / Screenplay by Melissa Rosenberg


“Battlefield Earth” (2000) Nominated for 10 RAZZIES / “Winner” of 8 (including worst drama of our first 25 years)

“Freddy Got Fingered” (2001) Nominated for 9 RAZZIES / “Winner” of 5

“Gigli” (2003) Nominated for 10 RAZZIES® / “Winner” of 7 (including worst comedy of our first 25 years)

“I Know Who Killed Me” (2007) Nominated for 9 RAZZIES / “Winner” of 8

“Swept Away” (2002) Nominated for 9 RAZZIES / “Winner” of 5


Ben Affleck (nominated for 9 “Achievements,” “Winner” of 2 RAZZIES for his roles in “Daredevil,” “Gigli,” “Jersey Girl,” “Paycheck,” “Pearl Harbor” and “Surviving Christmas”)

Eddie Murphy (nominated for 12 “Achievements,” “Winner” of 3 RAZZIES for his roles in “Adventures of Pluto Nash,” “I Spy,” “Imagine That,” “Meet Dave,” “Norbit” and “Showtime”)

Mike Myers (nominated for 4 “Achievements,” “Winner” of 2 RAZZIES for his roles in “Cat in the Hat,” “The Love Guru”)

Rob Schneider (nominated for 6 “Achievements,” “Winner” of 1 RAZZIE for his roles in “The Animal,” “Benchwarmers,” “Deuce Bigalo: European Gigolo,” “Grandma’s Boy,” “The Hot Chick,” “I Now Pronounce You Chuck And Larry,” “Little Man” and “Little Nicky”)

John Travolta (nominated for 6 “Achievements,” “Winner” of 3 RAZZIES for his roles in “Battlefield Earth,” “Domestic Disturbance,” “Lucky Numbers,” “Old Dogs” and “Swordfish”)


Mariah Carey (the single biggest individual vote getter of the decade with 70+ percent of ALL votes for worst actress of 2001 for her role in “Glitter”)

Paris Hilton (nominated for 5 “Achievements,” “Winner” of 4 RAZZIES for her roles in “The Hottie & The Nottie,” “House of Whacks” and “Repo: The Genetic Opera”)

Lindsay Lohan (nominated for 5 “Achievements,” “Winner” of 3 RAZZIES for her roles in “Herbie Fully Loaded,” “I Know Who Killed Me” and “Just My Luck”)

Jennifer Lopez (nominated for 9 “Achievements,” “Winner” of 2 RAZZIES for her roles in “Angel Eyes,” “Enough,” “Gigli,” “Jersey Girl,” “Maid in Manhattan,” “Monster-in-Law” and “The Wedding Planner”)

Madonna (nominated for 6 “Achievements,””Winner” of 4 RAZZIES for her roles in “Die Another Day,” “The Next Best Thing” and “Swept Away”)

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