Jamie Lee Curtis, also known as Lady-Haden Guest, is an actress from America who headlined the films ‘ Halloween Click to look into! >> Read More... ’, ‘A Fish called Wanda’ and ‘True Lies’. She has also acted in various television shows and is the author of several children’s books. She was born on 24th November 1958 in Los Angeles, to screen legends, Tony Curtis, and Janet Leigh An American actor and an author, Janet Leigh was b >> Read More... . She was exposed to acting at a very early age, although she took some time to decide to become an actress. She was a cheerleader at the all-girls Westlake school in LA. She attended the prestigious Choate Rosemary Hall and graduated in 1976. Later she attended the University of the Pacific, and just after a semester she gave her first audition for the role of a teenage detective Nancy Drew. Although she wasn’t selected, she dropped out of school to pursue her acting career. Initially, she landed spots on shows such as Quincy M.E. and Columbo. She even got a role in the military comedy Operation Petticoat, based on a 1959 film starring her father. Her breakout role was with when she starred in the classic horror movie Halloween.

She followed it up with more roles in the horror genre in movies like Prom Queen, Fog, and Halloween II. This resulted in her being tagged as the “Scream Queen”. She played the titular character of a Playboy model who is murdered by her sadistic husband, in the television movie Centerfold: The Dorothy Stratten Story. Her role was highly appreciated. She further displayed her impeccable comic timing in the 1983 movie Trading Places. She portrayed the character of a soft-hearted prostitute, which took her career to greater heights. She played the lead role in a few movies like Love Letters and Grandview, the USA, for which she received favorable reviews but movies like Perfect bombed big time at the box office. In the late 1980’s she starred in the acclaimed comedy A Fish called Wanda. Later she played the lead role in the sitcom Anything but Love, for which she earned a Golden Globe Award in 1990. Her portrayal of a suburban housewife in the action-adventure movie True Lies garnered her a second Golden Globe victory.

She returned to the horror genre with two sequels of Halloween, at the turn of the century. She also starred in supporting roles in many movies after that. Post-2004, her appearances dwindled, and she became a spokesperson for Activia Yogurt for a long time. She did an occasional role in movies like Beverly Hills Chihuahua (2008) and You Again Click to look into! >> Read More... (2010) though. She had recurring roles on popular TV shows like NCIS and New Girl New Girl was an American English television series >> Read More... and made her full-time return to the small screen with Scream Queens and also the drama “ Spare Parts Click to look into! >> Read More... ”. She is also one of the few writers who has awed both critics and readers alike. Her first children’s book, When I Was Little: A Four-Year-Old’s Memoir of her Youth, was published in 1993. She wrote her second and third book after she adopted her two children, in 1996 and 2006 respectively. She also won a 2003 Grammy nomination in the Best Spoken Album for Children category for her recording of the children's books she has written. She also writes blogs for the Huffington Post and is a follower of World of Warcraft. She has enjoyed tremendous success as a children’s book author. In the 1980s, she was supposed to get married to J. Michael Riva, a production designer and also the grandson of extraordinarily famous Marlene Dietrich, but things didn’t work out further. She first saw Christopher Guest in an issue of the popular culture magazine, Rolling Stone. It was love at first sight for her and she instantly presented his agent with her phone number. Later they were married and they adopted two children together. She is the Godmother of highly talented actor Jake Gyllenhaal as well.

She was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6600 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on September 3, 1998. She was also a member of the jury at the Cannes Film Festival in 1992. She was named by Mcall's magazine as one of the "10 Best Bodies in America" in 1985 as well. She was an alcoholic and considers becoming sober as one of the greatest achievements in her life. Her philanthropic efforts have seen her advocate for children’s hospitals. She was also the guest of honor at the 11th annual gala and fundraiser for Women in Recovery in 2003. Currently, she is based in Santa Monica, California, and Ketchum, Idaho. Hers has been an incredibly successful career throughout, be it as an actress or as an author. As she says— “The more I like me, the less I want to pretend to be other people.”

Christine Lakin English Actress

Christine Lakin

Christine Lakin is an American film actress. She was born in Dallas city of the Texas state in the United States and brought up in Roswell city of Georgia. Her parents are James Daley Lakin and Karen. She pursued Bachelor of Arts in Communication from the University of California located in Westwood in Los Angeles. She started her career with acting in advertisements and commercials. She made her film debut in the year 1990 with drama television movie The Rose and the Jackal based on the American Civil War and directed by Jack Gold. A year later, she got cast in the 1991 American TV series Step By Step and played the role of a daughter named Al Lambert. After the cancellation of this TV show in the year 1998, Lakin continued to appear in movies like the 2005 releases Reefer Madness and Who’s your Daddy? After this in the year 2006, she got included in the cast of American improv television series Wild 'n’ Out directed by Nick Cannon which had a similar looking structure to the show, Whose Line Is It Anyway? She has worked along with famous celebrities of Hollywood, like in the year 2008 she starred in the romantic comedy film The Hottie and the Nottie opposite to actress Paris Hilton. In the movie it was a must to put on a lot of makeup to make Lakin look ugly as required by the character. The film was somehow successful at the box-office, but it got many disappointing reviews from the people of United States. She was also a judge at the Internet Icon completion on Youtube Channel YOMYOMF (You Offend ME, You Offend My FAMILY) along with American personality Ryan Higa. She is also known for the creation of a live evening comedy Worst Audition Ever. She has also given her voice for the character of Jane in the video game of 2013 The Walking Dead: Season Two. Talking about her achievements, she has won Golden Raspberry Award for forming Worst Screen Couple along with Paris Hilton in the movie The Hottie and the Nottie. She has also won the LA Weekly Theater Award in the year 2009 for Female Comedy Performance for playing the role of Tricia in the play Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead.


Staci Keanan

Staci Keanan, adopted name of Anastasia Sagorsky, is an actress hailing from America. She gained widespread fame for her work in the TV series’ My Two Dads, an American sitcom, and Step by Step, in which she played one of the leads. The other stage names used by her are Stacy Keanan and Staci Love. Born on June 6, 1975, to Jacqueline and Irv Sagorsky, she spent the major part of her childhood in Devon, Pennsylvania, also her birthplace. She has one sibling, a sister named Pilar. She started modeling at the tender age of five, appearing in various commercials across various platforms, the most notable being her TV ad for Burger King and Hershey’s Kisses. During her earlier days, she wanted to be a waiter. But then, she moved to New York City with her mother and sister, where she adopted the stage name of Staci Love, and started her theatrical career in summer stock theatre. She also attended UCLA as an Art History major. Her debut television appearance was in the miniseries I’ll Take Manhattan, in 1987. She was cast in her second TV series My Two Dads, shortly after she moved to California, aged twelve. It ran for three years. Meanwhile, she also acted in the series Going Places, which was taken off the air just after one season. Another breakthrough role in her career was that of Dana Foster, in the TV show Step by Step, which had a run of seven seasons for seven years. The show was warmly received by critics. After the TV show had ended, she went away on a sabbatical again to return in 2010. That year she appeared in three movies, including the comedy You Again, where she had a cameo, and the thriller Death and Cremation. She also had a brief role in the film Sarah’s Choice. She is an avid tennis lover and loves the music of Depeche Mode. Her favorite book is “Gone with the Wind” by Margaret Mitchell. She is a Catholic. She cleared her graduation from Southwestern Law School in 2013. She is happily married to Guy Birtwhistle and is currently based in Los Angeles, California.

Staci Keanan English Actress