Who is katherine heigl dating
I wish I had a few from in between the first and second so you could really see how slow my progress was but alas...I was busy covering it all up those months, not posing in my unders!I was wholly and totally inspired by Miss @rachparcell and the before and after pics she shared after taking the #bbg challenge.I had never heard of it but she looked so damn great (she had her baby just a few months before me) that I had to check it out.Her first foray into the limelight came when she was nine, when she started modelling and appeared in a TV commercial for Cheerios.She made her big-screen debut with Juliette Lewis in That Night in 1992, followed by her first lead role, aged 16, in My Father The Hero.But seeing her more serious side also reminds you that, behind the kooky image, Heigl's life has been shaped by a past that is etched with heartache.
'Before, my worries were, "Am I ever going to work again? It's an interesting move, not least because Heigl herself was raised as a Mormon.
To be fair, her rather smug prediction wasn't entirely without foundation - she had already appeared in the film My Father The Hero opposite Gerard Depardieu - but it would take Heigl another 13 years to become a true Hollywood star. With her natural penchant for buffoonery, she is being talked about as the new 'Queen of romcom'.
Only last summer, she was paid a piffling £150,000 to appear in the romantic comedy, Knocked Up. It is a label reinforced by her latest film, 27 Dresses, due out on DVD this month, in which Heigl plays the 'plain Jane' girl who is always the bridesmaid, never the bride.
I had a lovely childhood.' But, before Heigl was out of her teens, her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer and had a mastectomy, and her parents divorced a year later.
Heigl and her mother moved to Los Angeles, where she found she was just one among thousands of actresses dreaming of making it big.The tragedy had a devastating effect on Katherine, as well as her sister, Meg, and brother, John. I'm not as disciplined about it as I once was, but I hope to find my way back as I get older and a little less selfish.I'm ashamed to say that I've just got very lazy about it. If I start going back to church, I'd have to stop the smoking and drinking, and I wouldn't be able to curse any more.' She was born in Washington DC in 1978, but raised in New Canaan in Connecticut.Then came the box-office hit Knocked Up, a raucous comedy about a TV presenter who finds herself pregnant after a drunken one-night stand with an uncouth layabout. Her next film is The Ugly Truth with Gerard Butler, and she is about to start work on Escape, which she is producing as well as starring in. 'I would hate to take it for granted, because it won't always be like this.