Celebrity birthdays for the week of Nov. 25-Dec. 1
Nov. 25: Actress Kathryn Crosby is 85. Singer Bob Lind is 76. Actor-game-show host Ben Stein is 74. Actor John Larroquette is 71. "Dancing With the Stars" judge Bruno Tonioli is 63. Singer Amy Grant is 58. Singer Mark Lanegan (Queens of the Stone Age and Screaming Trees) is 54. Singer Tim Armstrong of Rancid is 53. Actor Steve Harris ("Friday Night Lights," ''The Practice") is 53. Actor Billy Burke ("Twilight" films) is 52. Singer Stacy Lattisaw is 52. Guitarist Rodney Sheppard of Sugar Ray is 52. Rapper-producer Erick Sermon is 50. Actress Jill Hennessy ("Crossing Jordan") is 49. Actress Christina Applegate is 47. Actor Eddie Steeples ("My Name Is Earl") is 45. Actor Kristian Nairn ("Game of Thrones") is 43. Actor Jerry Ferrara ("Entourage") is 39. Actress Katie Cassidy (new "Melrose Place") is 32. Contemporary Christian singer Jamie Grace is 27.
Cameron Diaz has admitted she is in fact retired, after Selma Blair joked about the star stepping away from the spotlight.
The 45-year-old actress recently claimed there was no chance of a sequel to 2002 movie 'The Sweetest Thing' because her co-star had stepped out of the spotlight and given up her big screen career.
But after Selma backtracked on her comments and claimed she was simply joking, Cameron has now revealed there may have been some truth to the teasing after all.
Christina Applegate has had her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed.
The 'Sweetest Thing' star - who has six-year-old daughter Sadie with her husband Martyn LeNoble - has taken drastic action to prevent her from developing ovarian cancer after her cousin passed away from the disease nine years ago.
#12. Friends: “The One With Rachel’s Other Sister”
Episode Smart Rating: 83.11TV Show Smart Rating: 92.23Episode premiere date: 11/21/2002Rachel has a bone to pick with her self-centered sister (Christina Applegate) on Thanksgiving; Monica protects her good wedding china; Joey forgets to join his TV cast mates for the Thanksgiving parade.
DVD REVIEW: ‘Bad Moms’ finishes as one of the year’s best summer comedies
There was no clearcut winner for Best Summer Comedy, but "Bad Moms" is certainly in the running.
Thanks to Kathryn Hahn, who stole plenty of scenes as a rough-and-tumble mom, it had plenty of laughs and situations that others didn't dare mine.
She’s one of three “bad” moms – women who don’t want to abide by the PTA president’s rules because they’re demanding, confining and unrealistic.
Believing that you’re the absolute center of your child’s universe can lead to helicopter parenting — and being a smothering mother causes incredible stress.
Just ask exhausted 32 year-old Amy Mitchell (Mila Kunis). Living in suburban Chicago with a man-child husband (David Walton) and two spoiled preteens (Oona Lawrence, Emjay Anthony), she’s juggling the demands of family and working with millennials at a hip coffee company.