Cobie Smulders (Jacoba Francisca Maria ), was born on April 3,1982, in a place called Vancouver, in Canada.She is a Canadian model and actress and got her name from her great aunt. She wanted to become a marine biologist but got into acting and modeling as it bought more opportunity ( though she hated it ). 

Cobie got married to American actor Taran Killam in 2012 and has two daughters. She made her debut in the Science Fiction, Jeremiah and is also seen in many other television series like The L Word, Veritas:The Quest, How I Met Your Mother. She made her Off-Broadway debut in 2010 in “Love, Loss, and What I Wore”.Cobie was seen as Maria Hill in the movie The Avengers Click to look into! >> Read More... for which she got exclusive training to handle guns.

Her other films include Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Safe Haven Click to look into! >> Read More... , Delivery Man Click to look into! >> Read More... etc. Later she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer due to which she has to go through a number of surgeries in the next two years. Smulders won the Ewwy Award for the Best Supporting Actress for her work in How I Met Your Mother.

Clea Lewis English Actress

Clea Lewis

Lewis is an actress from America. She is quite famous for the portrayal of the character Audrey Penny who is Ellen’s annoying friend in Ellen DeGeneres’ sitcom ‘Ellen’. She began her acting in 1991, when she first appeared as a guest in the comedy ‘Doogie Howser, M.D.’ She started her movie career from 1992. She featured in a small role on Comedy Hero. She signed her first regular television role during that same year, for the comic movie Flying Blind. Lewis portrayed the character Megan who was an eccentric roommate of the female lead Alicia, and she worked until the series was canceled after one season. Lewis’s most popular role is of Audrey Penny in the show Ellen. She played an irritating friend of the bookstore owner Ellen Morgan. She shared a love- hate relationship with Ellen Morgan. Initially she used to irritate her in a nice way. She later became positive. Her catchphrase ‘Hello Ellen’ was very popular in the audiences and ran throughout the series of four years. She also featured in another regular television show called ‘P.I’; it’s a short- lived comedy of Andy Barker. She portrayed the role of a wife of the titled character, Andy. The show aired only for 6 episodes before being cancelled. Her movie career was also fine, she appeared in many movies like Perfect Stranger, The Office Party , Scotch And Milk and The Rich Man’s Wife. Acting is not the only talent she carries, she is a good voice-over artist as well. She is known for her voice-over work with her nasal quirky voice. She has voice-overed for many animation flicks. She voiced Nicky Little for the Disney show called Pepper Ann. She was the best friend of the main character. She also voiced some minor characters in the movie ‘Ice Age: The Meltdown’. She has worked as a stage artist as well, working in the 2005 play Absurd Person in Broadway and others. She graduated in 1987 from Brown University. She recorded an audio book for Princess Dairies. Her husband’s name is Peter Ackerman, whom she married in 2000. They are blessed with a son named Stanley Keats Ackerman, who was born in February 2002. She is a multi-talented and responsible lady, who is dealing with her professional and personal life well.

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Coleen Gray

Coleen Gray ( Doris Bernice Jensen ), born October 23, 1922, in Staplehurst, Nebraska, US, was an American Actress. After completing her High School, she did her graduation from Hamline University with a Bachelor of Arts degee. After that she settled in California where she worked as a waitress for several weeks in a restaurant and then registered herself in the University of California. Gray got married thrice. First, she married Rod Amateau in 1945 and they got divorced in 1949. They gave birth to a daughter in 1946, namely Susan. She again got married in 1953 to William Clymer Bidlack and they stayed together till he took his last breath in 1978. This union also gave birth to a son in 1954, namely Bruce Robin Bidlack. Later she got married in 1979 to Joseph Fritz Zeiser and they were together till his death in 2012. She won the 20th Centuary Fox agreement in 1944 due to her roles in “Brief Music” and “Letters to Lucerne”. Coleen was a bit inactive for two years due to her pregnancy and then was seen in 1947 in two movies ie Nightmare Alley and Kiss of Death. In 1950, she sang in Riding High opposite Bing Crosby and the contract was terminated in that year only as it wasn’t a success. Gray was seen in small supporting roles in many movies like The Sleeping City as a nurse, The Killing in 1956 in which she got the role of a lonely woman who is in need of love, Father Is A Bachelore, P.J. (1968) etc. She also appeared in more than 20 Television Serials. Coleen died on August 3, 2015, at the age of 92 due to natural causes and was buried at Westwood Memorial Park.    

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Coleen Gray English Actress