Courteney Bass Cox is a famous American personality who has successfully done acting, producing and directing. Courteney was born in Mountain Brook (a Birmingham suburb) in Alabama, the United States to Richard Lewis Cox and Courteney. Her parents got divorced in 1974 after which Courteney lived with her mother and three elder siblings (Brother Richard and two sisters Dottie and Virginia). Her mother then tied the knot with a businessman Hunter Copeland. Courteney’s former father Richard passed away in 2001. She completed her education from Mountain Brook High School and then went to Washington to Mount Vernon College (women’s college). But she did not complete her course in architecture and opted instead to chase a career in modelling and acting. She got her first break in modelling when she was in her senior year. She did modelling for Parisians store. After that, she managed to sign a deal with Ford Modelling Agency. She first appeared in Bruce Springsteen Bruce Frederick Joseph Springsteen is an American >> Read More... music video of 1984 “Dancing in the Dark.” She was seen being pulled onstage to dance with Bruce in the video.

Her television entrance was with CBS’s As the World Turns in 1984. After that, she was seen in Misfits of Science- a short term TV series in 1985. She was then seen as Lauren Miller in Family Ties series in 1987-89. She also did an episode of The Love Boat in 1986. Her next role was in various TV shows like Sylvan in Paradise, I’ll be Home for Christmas, Curiosity Kills, Morton & Hayes, , Battling for Baby, Seinfeld, Dream On, The Trouble with Larry, Friends, Web Therapy, Scrubs, Cougar Town, Drunk History and some more.

She is very famous for her role of Monica Geller in the Friends TV series. The show runs for a span of ten years. For this role, she won Screen Actors Guild Award. She became (along with her female co-stars) the highest paid TV Actress for final two seasons of Friends according to the Guinness's Book of World records in 2005. Another appreciated role of her was on the popular TV show Cougar Town for which she received two awards. Courteney was also the Director of Cougar Town and another TV movie Talhotblond. Her first major movie was Cocoon: The Return. Movies to her credit include Down Twisted, Get Well Soon, Commandments, Scream – 4 instalments, Mr. Destiny, Shaking the Tree, Masters of the Universe, 3000 Miles to Graceland, Barnyard, The Runner, Zoom, The Shrink Is In, The Monday Before Thanksgiving, Alien Love Triangle and much more. She is currently shooting for the movie Mothers Day. Courteney has also produced and directed a movie in 2014- Just Before I Go.

Courteney has appeared on the covers of magazines such as Tiger Beat, Young Miss, and People. In 1985, she became the first person to use word ‘period’ (in Biological sense) on the U.S. Television in an ad of Tampax tampons. She also featured in two public service announcements of NBC related to violence prevention and designated drivers. Courteney can play the piano and drums. She was voted Best Dressed Female TV star in 1997. Courteney has designed Coco- an eyeshadow palette for Cargo Cosmetics. All profits will go to the research and prevention for the Epidermolysis Bullosa skin disease. She has hosted MTV Movie Awards in 1995 with John Lovitz. She has dated Adam Duritz, Michael Keaton Michael Keaton is an American actor. He was born M >> Read More... , Ian Copeland. She got married to David Arquette David Arquette, born on September 8, 1971, is an A >> Read More... but separated their ways in 2013. In late 2013, she started dating Johnny McDaid Born to John McDaid and Pauline McDaid, Johnny is >> Read More... and the couple announced their engagement in 2014. Courteney’s co-star of Friends Jennifer Aniston is her best friend and also the godmother of Courteney’s daughter Coco.

Christine Taylor English Actress

Christine Taylor

Christine Taylor is also known as Christine Joan Taylor-Stiller is an American actress. He noted for her roles in movies like The Brady Bunch Movie by Marcia Brady, she played the role of Melody Hanson in Hey Dude, in The Wedding Singer and Kathrine Veatch in the movie Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story. She played the role of Holly Sullivan; she acted in Zoolander and its sequence Zoolander 2 as Matilda Jeffries. She was born in Pennsylvania. Her parents were Albert E, who owned a security company and mother Joan, who was a housewife. She was brought up in Wescosville. She has a brother named Brian. She went to the Allentown Central Catholic High School. She began her career in 1980 with the television Hey Dude aired on Nickelodeon children's television. She played the character of Melody Hanson as a lifeguard. Until 1991, she made various small appearances in many television series. In 1995, she starred in The Brady Bunch Movie as Marcia Brady, followed by A Very Brady Sequel. With her work in movies, she even made guest appearances in comic characters for series like Ellen, and Party Girl, which was based on a movie, Friends, and Seinfeld. In 1996, she acted in the horror movie The Craft, in which she played the character of Laura Lizzie, who was a racist school bully. She appeared in The Wedding Singer in the role of Holly Sullivan cousin of Drew Barrymore. In 2001, she appeared in Zoolander along with Ben Stiller. In 2005, she appeared in the television series Arrested Development as Sally Sitwell a guest character for two episodes. She was part of My Name Is Earl aired on NBC, License to Wed and Dedication with Mandy Moore. In 2010, she made appearances in Hannah Montana Forever and the Christmas film Farewell Mr. Kringle aired on the Hallmark Channel. In 2013, she again acted in two episodes of Arrested Development as Sally Sitwell. She got married to Ben Stiller in 2000. The couple met on the sets of Heat Vision and Jack. The duo has appeared in many series and movies together like Arrested Development, Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Zoolander and its sequence Zoolander 2 and Tropic Thunder. They have two children, a daughter Ella Olivia, and son Quinlin Dempsey. The family resides in New York and is very diet conscious and hence practices a healthy diet to stay fit.


Cynthia Nixon

Cynthia Ellen Nixon is an American actress, known for the role of Miranda Hobbes in Sex and the City, an HBO series. She was born on 9 April 1966 in New York. She was born to Anne Elizabeth and Walter E. Nixon. Her father was a radio journalist from Texas. She did her schooling from Hunter College High School. She has German and English ancestry. She did her graduation from Barnard College. Her first role was in “To Tell the Truth” (an American television panel game show). Her mother worked for the show. She kicked started acting from an early age of twelve. She started acting with a role of the crush of a wealthy classmate in The Seven Wishes of a Rich Kid in the Afternoon Special. She debuted in a movie named Little Darlings starring Tatum O’Neal and McNichol. In 1980, she debuted in Broadway as Dinah Lord in the revival of The Philadelphia Story. During the 1981 to 1983 period, she did movies like “My body, My child,” “Prince of the City” and “I am Cheese” and Broadway “Lyndie Breeze”. In 1984, when she was just a freshman, she appeared in two successful plays under the direction of Mike Nichols. The plays are “The Real Thing” and “Hurlyburly.” In 1985, she did a role in a Lanford Wilson directed play named “Lemon Sky” at Second Stage Theater. She appeared along Jeff Daniels. She did a supporting role in The Manhattan Project. In 1988, she also did parts in The Murder of Mary Phagan (NBC’s miniseries) and Tanner’88. She portrayed the role of Juliet in “Romeo and Juliet.” The show was a production of New York Shakespeare Festival. She was in a relationship with Danny Mozes, a school teacher. She met Mozes in High School. The couple has two children, Charles Ezekiel (son) and Samantha (daughter). She did a role in The Heidi Chronicles, a Pulitzer Prize winner. She made an appearance as a guest in Law and Order. She did the character of Harper Pitt in Angels in America after replacing Marcia Gay Harden. In 1996, she garnered Tony Award nomination for Indiscretions. In 1997, she did a role in The Last Night of Ballyhoo (Tony Award winner). She has co-founded The Drama Dept., a theatrical troupe. Actors like Dylan Baker, Sarah Jessica Parker, Billy Crudup and John Cameron Mitchell have appeared in the production of June Moon, Kingdom on Earth, Hope is the Thing with Feathers, The Country Club and As Bees in Honey Drown. She has done supporting roles in Baby’s Day Out, The Out-of-Towners, Addams Family Values and Marvin’s Room. She rose to stardom after appearing in Sex and the City as Miranda Hobbes, a lawyer. She garnered three nominations for the show under the category “Outstanding supporting actress in a Comedy Series. She won Emmy Awards in 2004. In 2000, she starred in “Advice from a Caterpillar” and “Papa’s Angels.” In 2002, she did a part in Igby Goes Down, an indie comedy. In 2004, she started dating Christine Marinoni, an education activist. In 2005, she did a role in ER. In 2005, she appeared as Eleanor Roosevelt in Warm Springs. She won Emmy nomination for this role under the “Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie” category. She appeared in an episode named “Deception” of TV series “House M.D.” In 2006, she did a role in the drama “Rabbit Hole,” Pulitzer Winner. She won Tony Awards for her performance. She was diagnosed with Brest Cancer. In 2008, she announced about her illness and her battle with it on good Morning America. She is also a Breast Cancer activist. She reprised the role of Miranda Hobbes in the movie adaptation of the TV series “Sex and the City.” She won Emmy Awards for her guest appearance on “Law & Order.” She appeared in “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” in the blink-and-miss role when Jason Segel did an impression of the Sex and the City characters. In 2009, she won Grammy Awards for “An Inconvenient Truth,” an album, under the category “Best Spoken Word Album.” She got engaged to Marinoni. In 2010, she won Vito Russo Award, an award for openly LGBT media person who has made a significant difference in encouraging equality for LGBT, at the GLAAD Media Awards. In 2012, she starred in “Wit,” Pulitzer winner, as Vivian Bearing. Manhattan Theater Club produced the show, and Margaret Edson made her debut to Broadway with it. She received Tony Award nomination for her performance. She did a TV miniseries named “World without End” and appeared as Petranilla. She and Marinoni got engaged on 27 May 2012. She declared herself Bisexual in 2012. Marinoni has a son named Max Ellington. In 2015, she appeared in movies “Stockholm, Pennsylvania” and “James White,” both got premiered at Sundance Film Festival. Her performances received critical acclaim. She starred in “A Quiet Passion.” She did the role of Emily Dickinson, a reclusive American poet. The movie premiered at 66th Berlin International Film Festival, 2016. She studied Drama at HB Studio, Greenwich Village, New York City, US. She has been famous since her childhood, but she keeps her personal life away from the glare of media.

Cynthia Nixon English Actress