Born Sept. 2, 1966
Salma Hayek is a Mexican actress, director and producer, and remains one of the most prominent Mexican figures in Hollywood. Hayek was born in Veracruz, Mexico. She received her debut role in Teresa (1989), a Mexican telenovela. Her first Hollywood starring role was opposite Antonio Banderas in 1995’s Desperado. The starlet founded her own film production company, Ventanarosa, in 2002, around the same time she starred in and directed the film Frida, which landed her an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. Hayek was also executive producer of the critically acclaimed ABC sitcom Ugly Betty.
After Jessica Alba announced her pregnancy with baby number two we started thinking about the other mom's on only children who will just might be the next to announce that they are pregnant.
Jennifer has had babies on the brain, frequently discussing the topic of more children in interviews. Salma dotes on her adorable Valentina with so much cariño, we know there is more than enough to go around. And though Christina just went through a divorce, she seems super in love with her little...
Salma Hayek was in MAdrid recently to finalize details for the new Alex de la Iglesia film La Chispa de la Vida which she is starring in with famed Spanish comedian Jose Mota. When the Mexican actresses plane touched down, she was shocked to find paparazzi and journalists waiting for her arrival, especially since she was trying to travel incognito, with a big hat and sunglasses covering her famous face.
But she failed to preserve her anonymity and was eventually forced to answer a quick...
Someone get Salma Hayek a broomstick, stat!
Variety is reporting that the award-winning Mexican actress and producer is developing an 8-hour miniseries for ABC based on Gregory Maguire's 1995 book, Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West — the novel that inspired the long-running Broadway musical, Wicked...
With a new year upon us, we’ve been reminiscing about all the great star styles of the past year. Sofia’s tumbling waves inspired thousands of women, Fergie changed her hair color like a chameleon, and Selena’s red carpet style was red hot.
Here's your celeb hairstyle yearbook for 2010.
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