Ferrera is a well-known American Actress. She featured in many films and won several awards. Real Women Have Curves, an HBO movie, Ugly Betty, the television comedy series, and the movie The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants were some of her best works.

Ferrera was born on April 18, 1984, in Los Angeles, California, U.S. She is the youngest of six children. Her parents had roots in Tegucigalpa, Honduras but they settled in  the United States in the mid of 1970s. When she was 7, her parents divorced and, later on, her father died in 2010. 

Ferrera attended various schools in her life. She went to Calabash Street Elementary School George Ellery Hale Middle School and El Camino Real High School. After that she entered the University of Southern California (USC) on a presidential scholarship. America Georgine Ferrera took ten years to complete her graduation from USC and received a bachelor`s degree in International Relations in May 2013.

Ferrera met Ryan Piers Williams, an actor, director, and writer, and after that, they got engaged in June 2010. Later on, they married on June 27, 2011. 
America’s career started when she landed in a small role in a school production of Hamlet. After that at the age of 10, she played the role as the Artful Dodger in Oliver. This was enough for her to realize that that she wanted to be a performer. 

Ferrara's first play was Romeo and Juliet. She also acted in school plays. In July 2002, America appeared in her first television movie named Gotta Kick It Up for The Disney Channel. Her movie debut was in Real Women Have Curves. 

Ferrara also did a movie named Plainsong, which is based on a novel by Kent Haruf. She also played a pregnant teenager. In 2005, she did How the Garcia Girls Spent Their Summer.

In 2006, America featured in the short film 3:52 that garnered the Audience Award at the San Diego Women Film Festival.

Ferrera has also been very active in politics. She was seen attending the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina. She also supported Barack Obama`s re-election campaign. 

In 2002, Ferrara won an  Award in Sundance film festival in the category of Special Jury Prize in Dramatic for the works of Real Women Have Curves.

Ferrara made good use of her celebrity status and stood up for causes that she supported. Save the Children is an initiative of which she was an ambassador. 

In 2006, Ferrara won the Best Actress Award in Imagen Award.

2007 was the golden period for America because she won various awards like ALMA Award, Imagen Award, Primetime Emmy Award, Golden Globe Award, Satellite Award, Screen Actors Guild Award, and Teen Choice Award. She has various other awards to her credit. 

Suzanne Pleshette English Actress

Suzanne Pleshette

Suzanne Pleshette was one of the most famous and beautiful celebrities of the American Entertainment Industry. She was known for being a voice actress and an actress, both in television series as well as movies. She was born on 31st of January, in the year 1937 to Geraldine, who was a dancer of her times and also a stage artist, and Eugene Pleshette, a stage manager. She took birth in Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn, New York City. She had, all throughout her life, followed Judaism as her religion and had attended several educational institutions like Manhattan’s High School of Performing Arts. She also attended Syracuse University before getting transferred to Finch College and had also taken up training for theater from The Neighborhood Playhouse School of Theater. Suzanne made her debut, in the field of acting, as a stage actress. She appeared in various Broadway shows, one of the many being ‘Compulsion’, that came out in the year 1957. She, however, became a household name after appearing in a sitcom by CBS named ‘The Bob Newhart Show’. It was this show that won her the fame that she deserved. She also received a nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series by the Emmy Awards. She has also done several movies like ‘Rome Adventure’, which came out in the year 1962. She made her appearance in this film opposite her first husband, Troy Donahue. Another movie that helped her increase her fame and craze among the audience was ‘The Bird’ by Alfred Hitchcock, and it was released in the year 1963. Suzanne married thrice in her lifetime. Her first marriage was in the year 1964 with Troy Donahue, who was her co-star in several movies including ‘A Distant Trumpet’. They, however, broke apart after a period of 8 months. She gave her life another chance and married Tom Gallagher in the year 1968. However, in the year 2000, he died of lung cancer. Suzanne thought of marrying the third time, and her third husband was Tom Poston and they married in the year 2001. Tom died on 30th April 2007 of respiratory failure. Suzanne, in the year 2006, was diagnosed with lung cancer, a consequence of her habit of chain smoking. She, however, got cured after undergoing chemotherapy. She died of respiratory failure on 19th of January 2008. Another Version of this Bio… Suzanne, an actress, and a voice artist, was born to Jewish parents in Brooklyn Heights, New York City. Her parents were also a part of the acting and dance industry – her mother was a dancer, and her father was a stage manager of the Paramount Theater, Brooklyn. Her qualifications and experience of her field made her more polished since she graduated from Manhattan’s High School of Performing Arts. She also graduated from the prestigious Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre. She was under the guidance of the famous and respected acting teacher Sanford Meisner.  Her career began in 1957 when she made her Broadway debut in a play called ‘Compulsion’. Her career graph only moved up from there. She did several plays, comedies and was one of the two finalists for the role of Gypsy or Louise in the original version of ‘Gypsy’. Her first screen role was in the CBS drama series called ‘Harbormaster’ in the episode Night Rescue. All admired her voice. She gave her voice to several characters like Yubaba and Zeniba in ‘Spirited Away’ and Zira in Disney’s ‘The Lion King II: Simba’s Pride’. She also sang the song ‘’My Lullaby’’. She appeared on several television shows including ‘Dr. Kildare’ for which she was even nominated for the Emmy Award. She got to co-star in the popular CBS sitcom ‘The Bob Newhart Show’ for six seasons (1972-1978). She got nominated for the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series twice. Her 1990 television movie ‘Leona Helmsley: The Queen of Mean’ got her Emmy and Golden Globe Award nominations. Suzanne was a part of three marriages. Her marriage with her first husband, Troy Donahue, ended after just eight months. She then got married to an oilman, Tom Gallagher. She married to him until he died from lung cancer. She later married her Newhart co-star Tom Poston. She died on January 19, 2008, after being in treatment for lung cancer since 2006. She was buried next to her last husband, Tom Poston. She got acknowledged for her contribution on January 31, 2008, when she received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.


Annie Potts

Annie Potts is especially remembered as the cheeky secretary in the 1984 hit Ghostbusters. She not only proved herself in big screen but also in small screen and stage. She has to her credit iconic television roles including Love and War, Designing Women, etc.  Annie is famous for her popular roles like Ghostbusters, Pretty in Pink, and Jumping Jack Flash. She also voiced for animated movies Toy Story and Toy Story 2. Potts was born on October 28, 1952, in Nashville, Tennessee in U.S. She was the third daughter of her parents. She was raised in Franklin. Potts had the fire in her belly for acting when she was just 12 years. At this time, she took part in a drama camp in North Carolina. The counselor, Sylvia Bernard, who later become Potts’ close buddies, cast her in a pivotal role in Heidi, the camp’s production.  Annie Potts graduated from the Franklin-Simpson High school. After that, she received a degree of Bachelor in Fine Arts in theater arts from Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri.  Annie Potts married four persons in her life. Her fourth marriage was successful. She is the mother of three sons. Now she is a board member of Stephens College.  Annie Potts made her big screen debut through Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer comedy film Corvette Summer in1978. She also essayed the role of Edith Bedel Meyer in the comedy series Goodtime Girls. Her acclaimed roles include Mary Elizabeth Sims in drama series Any Day Now. She also endeavored as a narrator for audio books. She won the Genie Awards in 1981 for the wonderful performance by a foreign actress for Heartaches. She was nominated in the category of New Star of the year in 1978 for Golden Globe Awards for her performance in Corvette Summer. In 1994, she was nominated for Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lead Actress in a comedy series for Love & War. In 1998 to 1999 she was nominated for Screen Actors Guild Award for the category of Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a drama series for her work in Any Day Now. Potts had once stated that she is still sustaining because she cannot dream of a life without acting. She also confessed that she is all for working 12-15 hours during a day. 

Annie Potts English Actress