Everyone loves the arrival of summer and for Lucky, it gives her a chance to “see” and “be seen.” She has such a busy social calendar, she’s going to have to wait until Fall before she can get any rest! Check out her latest hobnobbing adventures.
Shirley Maclaine is a stage and screen legend, a spiritual enthusiast and acclaimed author of several books. Her latest literary work Out On A Leash is all about the unconditional love between humans and their pets and the lessons these animals teach – not just to their owners, but to all of humanity.
2004 is another busy year for John Travolta. With four distinctly different movies coming out this year, we hope he is taking a well-deserved hiatus. John will play a smooth Florida mobster in The Punisher and a firefighter in Ladder 49. You can also see him in Love Song for Bobby Long and Be Cool with Uma Thurman – the long awaited sequel to Get Shorty.
Rita Cosby, the youngest senior news correspondent in network television, boasts an impressive reputation as a journalist for the FOX News Channel. A three-time Emmy winner for investigative reporting, she is continually one step ahead of the competition, often breaking major news stories before anyone else. She is the host of The Big Story Weekend Edition with Rita Cosby and FOX News Live with Rita Cosby.
A life-long New Yorker and TV veteran, many Americans couldn’t imagine having their morning coffee without Regis Philbin. Often playing himself as a guest star on hundreds of shows, he finally got to have a little fun on co-host Kelly’s sitcom, Hope & Faith, playing shady used car salesman, Hal Halverson.
Rosie Perez has worn many hats – actor, producer and choreographer. First appearing in Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing, she has cornered the market in playing tough, streetwise women. She makes her directorial debut next year with a documentary on New York’s annual Puerto Rican Day parade for the Independent Film Channel.
Esai Morales is most familiar to fans of NYPD Blue or American Family, but he’s been honing his acting craft for many years on the stages of New York City. His big break came in 1982’s Bad Boys with Sean Penn, and he played Ritchie Valens’ brother in La Bamba. Esai is deeply committed to a variety of charities and co-founded the National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts.
Carson Daly originally wanted to be a priest or a professional golfer, but a series of lucky breaks and hard work led him to MTV. Now Carson pulls double duty as the host of NBC’s late night show Last Call with Carson Daly, and during the day on MTV’s Total Request Live.