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birth date:
March 22, 1976

birth place:
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA

She's a cutie-pie actress that combines humor along with good looks.

Reese Witherspoon has starred in a number of successful films over the past few years including Legally Blonde 1 & 2, Election, Sweet Home Alabama and Pleasantville.


. Reese Witherspoon

Twilight (1998)

Title: Twilight
Released: 1998
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Thriller / Crime
Runtime: 94 min
Country: USA
Language: English

Tagline: Some people can buy their way out of anything. Except the past.

Plot Summary: A retired ex-cop and private detective (Newman) who lives with a rich actor (Hackman) who is dying from cancer and his actress wife (Sarandon) gets mixed up in murder when he is asked to deliver blackmail money. He walks into a 20 year old case involving the mysterious disappearance of the actress's former husband. James Garner appears as another ex-cop who also does occasional errands for the couple.

Comments: Very good show. I really liked this film, even though I never heard of it until it was on cable. I was afraid at the start that Newman was going to recycle his curmudgeon character from "Nobody's Fool" but instead he played a very different richly complex character. Kudos also to the rest of the nearly all-star cast. One important plot element absolutely jumped out at me, even though none of the characters seemed to notice, but aside from that I have no complaints. Reese Witherspoon was particularly beautiful here. Grade: A

Scene Description: Reese Witherspoon topless from the movie Twilight.

..Movie Stills

Majored in English Literature at Stanford University; on leave from her studies as of 1998.

Shortly after she started acting she had an audition for a role in "Cape Fear". She was supposed to meet with Robert De Niro and Martin Scorcese for the auditon, but at the time didn't really know who they were. On the plane she was talking to the man next to her about her audition, and the man started to rave to her about De Niro and Scorcese. This made her so nervous that she completely blew the audition and the role eventually went to Juliette Lewis.

daughter Ava Elizabeth Phillippe born [9 September 1999]

Refused the lead roles in two horror movies, Scream (1996) and Urban Legend (1998).

Was considered for the role of Juliet in Romeo + Juliet (1996).

One of her ancestors, John Witherspoon, signed the Declaration of Independence.

Her mother, Betty, has a Ph.D. in pediatric nursing and her dad, John, is a surgeon.

Named one of People Magazine's '25 Most Intriguing People of 2001'.

Named one of E!'s "top 20 entertainers of 2001".

Is a vegetarian.

Was named one of the 50 Most Beautiful People by People Magazine in 2002.

Went to Harpeth Hall School, a private school for girls in Nashville, Tennessee

She won the 2001 Teens Choice Actress Comedy Award for her role in 'Legally Blonde'

She runs a production company called "Type A Films" with Debra Siegal

Appears in Entertainment Weekly's Most Powerful List sitting at #22

At the young age of 11 she won the "Ten State Talent Award"

She was a cheerleader in highschool and a debutant.

Reese is her mother's maiden name.

Has moved her current Production Company "Type A Films" to Universal Pictures. Has signed a 2 year first-look production pact with Universal. They have already picked up a romantic comedy pitch "Sports Widow" for Reese to star and produce in.

She appeared in a television commercial when she was 7 for a local Nashville Florist.

Has been named one of Rolling Stones, "People of the Year" along with Eminem and Kelly Osbourne.

She lived in Wiesbaden, Germany as a young child.

Her GAP ad appeared on a 6-storey high building on Sunset Blvd

Named one of E! 2002 Entertainers of the year.

Her daughter, Ava, is named after Ryan's grandmother.

Steve Dontanville from the William Morris Agency - is still her agent. They got together after Man In The Moon.

She can trace her family all the way back to Scotland, UK.

Her wedding ring is an early 1990s Asher-cut-diamond, and there are only a few like it in the world.

Has an older brother, John D. Witherspoon

Ranked #1 on E!'s Hollywood's Hottest Blondes (2003)

Son Deacon Phillippe was born [October 23rd, 2003]

As extra credit for a high school class, she worked as an office production assistant for the film Devil in a Blue Dress (1995). Director Carl Franklin paid homage to her by featuring Legally Blonde (2001) in the film Out Of Time (2003).

Personal quotes

[on having a baby]: "Obviously, this isn't the time in my life that I would have chosen to do this, but I feel like life gives you these challenges for a reason. I feel so happy and glad to be in the place that I am. I really feel blessed. This is something I need to face and take control of."

[talking about how she choose the films she will be in]: "I have a weird process, but the main thing is like this: I hear her voice in my head. There are a lot of wonderful scripts my agents can't believe I pass on, but I do because I can't hear the voice. It doesn't appeal to me then. I'm really careful. Unless I hear the voice, I can't do it."

[talking about Ryan Phillippe]: "I'm lucky to find a person to share my life, and the best friend I'll ever have."

[talking about motherhood and her baby]: "I feel good, I'm proud of Election and very proud of this [her child]. It couldn't be a better time. It's always the right time when it happens. You make it the right time."

[talking about Pleasantville (1998)]: "We were thrilled for just the three nominations we got, but obviously it's a little sad. I went through so many press junkets with people saying they loved it. And Joan Allen was robbed but she can't get nominated every year. She's an inspiration for every young actress. She has that calm and reserve about herself and makes you think she appreciates the normal things of everyday. Then she transforms into this character that's so different."

[talking about the movie business]: "The battles that we face in this business aren't financial, but they are moral. And I certainly think that the longer you can keep your values, and your morality intact, and keep your head on your shoulders about what is important at the end of the day, you can get the most out of this business and really emerge with something wonderful."

"I grew up in Tennessee. We didn't know what Louis Vuitton was. I had to order all my prom outfits out of catalogs."

"People want to try and move you into a place where you can be easily identifiable by every woman in America - to be this very likeable woman in a romatic comedy. And it's really hard for me. I just don't see myself as the girl that everybody likes. I never have been and I don't know how to be that person."

"As far as being in the spotlight and under public scrutiny, a lot of that's about how much you put yourself out there. It's not like we go to every premiere and every celebrity function and every charity auction. We really just try to maintain our privacy and never let our public persona get out of hand."

"I'm not perfect! I'm human. I make mistakes. But I try to be as conscious as I can about things I should be. If I'm going to do something commercial and mainstream and made for the masses, I just believe you can make those kinds of films with quality - and good ideas and good intentions. There's a lot of negativity out there."

"While making Legally Blonde 2, I had like 50 outfit changes. It was great! I'm real into the whole "girlie" thing, it was a lot of fun. I really enjoyed it."

"Attending an all-girls school has its advantages, there are no inhibitions. You can walk to school with your zit cream on and your hair in rollers and nobody cares."

Reese Witherspoon - Filmography
Below is a complete filmography (list of movies she's appeared in)

Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde (2003) .... Elle Woods
Sweet Home Alabama (2002) .... Melanie Carmichael
Importance of Being Earnest, The (2002) .... Cecily
... aka Importance d'être constant, L' (2003) (France)
Legally Blonde (2001) .... Elle Woods
Trumpet of the Swan, The (2001) (voice) .... Serena
Little Nicky (2000) .... Holly
American Psycho (2000) .... Evelyn Williams

Best Laid Plans (1999) .... Lissa
Election (1999) .... Tracy Enid Flick
Cruel Intentions (1999) .... Annette Hargrove
... aka Sexual Provocation (1999) (Belgium: English title)
Pleasantville (1998) .... Jennifer Wagner
Overnight Delivery (1998) .... Ivy Miller
Twilight (1998) .... Mel Ames
Fear (1996) .... Nicole Walker
... aka No Fear (1996/II)
Freeway (1996) .... Vanessa Lutz
S.F.W. (1994) .... Wendy Pfister
"Return to Lonesome Dove" (1993) (mini) TV Series .... Ferris Dunnigan
Jack the Bear (1993) .... Karen Morris
Far Off Place, A (1993) .... Nonnie Parker
Desperate Choices: To Save My Child (1992) (TV) .... Cassie Robbins
... aka Final Choice, The (1992) (TV)
... aka Solomon's Choice (1992) (TV)
Wildflower (1991) (TV) .... Ellie Perkins
Man in the Moon, The (1991) .... Danielle 'Dani' Trant

Reese Witherspoon - Notable TV Guest Appearances
"Entertainment Tonight" (1981) playing "Herself" 11 October 2003
"God kveld Norge" (1998) playing "Herself" 4 October 2003
"In Entertainment" (2003) playing "Herself" 21 July 2003
"Brendan Leonard Show, The" (2003) playing "Herself" in episode: "Legally Red" (episode # 1.19) 3 July 2003
"Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The" (1992) playing "Herself" 2 May 2003
"Revealed with Jules Asner" (2001) playing "Herself" in episode: "Reese Witherspoon" (episode # 2.1) 25 September 2002
"Simpsons, The" (1989) playing "Greta Wolfecastle" (voice) in episode: "The Bart Wants What It Wants" (episode # 13.11) 17 February 2002
"Rove Live" (2000) playing "Herself" (episode # 2.34) 9 October 2001
"Saturday Night Live" (1975) playing "Host" (episode # 27.1) 29 September 2001
"Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The" (1992) playing "Herself" 25 June 2001
"King of the Hill" (1997) playing "Debbie" (voice) in episode: "High Anxiety: Part 2" (episode # 4.14) 13 February 2000
"Friends" (1994) playing "Jill Green" in episode: "The One where Chandler Can't Cry" (episode # 6.14) 10 February 2000
"King of the Hill" (1997) playing "Debbie" (voice) in episode: "Hanky Panky: Part 1" (episode # 4.13) 6 February 2000
"Friends" (1994) playing "Jill Green" in episode: "The One with Rachel's Sister" (episode # 6.13) 3 February 2000
"Late Night with Conan O'Brien" (1993) playing "Herself" 30 October 1998