Here are 50 famous actresses from United States of America were born in 1980:
Katie Lohmann (January 29, 1980 Scottsdale-) otherwise known as Katherine Lohmann, Katie Lohman, Mouse Butt, Tinkerbell, Supergirl or Bambi is an American actor, model and pornographic film actor.
Katie Lohmann first gained popularity as a model, having been featured in numerous magazines such as Playboy, Maxim, and FHM. She was also chosen as Playboy's Playmate of the Month in April 2001. In addition to her modeling career, Lohmann has appeared in several films and television shows, including "The Hot Chick", "The Joe Schmo Show", and "Reno 911!".
While primarily known for her work as a model and actress, Lohmann has also dabbled in the adult film industry. She appeared in three adult films in the mid-2000s under the name Tinkerbell, before later stating that she regretted her involvement in the industry.
Lohmann has also been involved in philanthropic work, supporting causes such as animal welfare and breast cancer awareness.
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Nicole Marie Lenz (January 24, 1980 Cleveland-) also known as Nicole Lenz or Niki Lenz is an American actor and model.
She began her career in the entertainment industry as a model at the age of 15. She has modeled for several big brands such as Tommy Hilfiger, Guess, and Levi's. Lenz has also appeared in magazines such as Maxim, Stuff, and FHM.
In addition to her modeling career, Lenz has also worked as an actor. She has appeared in several films and TV shows, including "Hollywood Homicide", "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills", and "The Drew Carey Show".
Outside of entertainment, Lenz is known for her philanthropic work. She is involved in several charitable organizations and has supported causes such as animal welfare and environmental conservation.
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Samaire Armstrong (October 31, 1980 Tokyo-) also known as Samaire Rhys Armstrong or Sasa is an American actor, fashion designer and fashion model. She has one child, Calin Armstrong.
Armstrong grew up in Japan, Hawaii, Malaysia, and Sedona, Arizona before moving to Los Angeles to pursue her acting career. She made her television debut in 2000 on the television series "Party of Five" and gained recognition for her role as Anna Stern on "The O.C." in 2004.
In addition to her acting career, Armstrong has worked as a fashion model and fashion designer. She has designed her own clothing line called "NARU" which she describes as "East meets West fashion".
Armstrong is also an advocate for mental health awareness and has been open about her struggles with mental illness. She has spoken out about her experiences with anxiety and bipolar disorder, and has worked with various organizations to promote mental health awareness and resources.
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Amerie (January 12, 1980 Washington, D.C.-) also known as Amerie Marie Mi Rogers, Ameriie or Amerie Mi Marie Rogers is an American record producer, singer, model, songwriter and actor.
She was born to a South Korean mother and African American father, and grew up in a military family, moving frequently throughout her childhood. Amerie rose to fame in the early 2000s with hits such as "One Thing" and "Why Don't We Fall in Love." She has released six studio albums to date, and has been nominated for several awards, including Grammy Awards and BET Awards. In addition to her music career, Amerie has also pursued modeling and acting, appearing in films and television shows such as "Because I Love You" and "The Center." She is known for her unique blend of R&B, hip hop, and pop music, and her strong vocals and catchy beats.
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Bijou Phillips (April 1, 1980 Greenwich-) also known as Bijou Lilly Phillips, Bisou Phillips, Bijoux Phillips, Bij or B is an American singer, model and actor. Her child is called Fianna Francis Masterson.
Bijou Phillips is the daughter of musician John Phillips of The Mamas & the Papas and Geneviève Waïte, an artist and actress. She was raised in a bohemian household and began modeling at a young age before transitioning to acting. She first gained attention for her role in the independent film Black and White (1999) and went on to appear in hits such as Almost Famous (2000) and Bully (2001). Alongside her acting, Phillips has pursued a music career, releasing her debut album I'd Rather Eat Glass in 1999. However, her music has taken a backseat in recent years as she has dealt with health issues, including a kidney transplant in 2017. Despite her struggles, Phillips continues to work in the entertainment industry and has been praised for her performances in independent films.
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Christina Aguilera (December 18, 1980 Staten Island-) also known as Xtina, Christina Maria Aguilera Bratman, Candy, Baby Jane, Chrissy, the Moulin Rouge Girls, Kristina Agilera, Christina Maria Aguilera, X-Tina or Christina María Aguilera is an American record producer, singer-songwriter, actor, tv personality, dancer, entrepreneur, music video director, film producer, music artist and singer. She has two children, Max Liron Bratman and Summer Rain Rutler.
Aguilera first became known in 1999 with her debut single "Genie in a Bottle." She has since released several acclaimed albums, including "Stripped" and "Back to Basics," and is known for her powerful voice and soulful style. Aguilera has won numerous awards throughout her career, including five Grammy Awards, and has sold over 75 million records worldwide. In addition to her music career, she has also acted in films such as "Burlesque" and served as a coach on the singing competition show "The Voice." Aguilera is known for her philanthropic work and has supported various causes, including hunger relief and domestic abuse prevention.
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Denise Quiñones (September 9, 1980 Ponce-) also known as Denise Quinones, Denise Quinones August or Denise Marie Quiñones August is an American actor.
Denise Quiñones is an American actor, model, and beauty pageant titleholder of Puerto Rican descent. She was crowned Miss Universe in 2001, becoming the fourth Puerto Rican to win the title. Prior to that, she had won the Miss Puerto Rico beauty pageant, which served as a stepping stone to the global competition.
After earning her degree in psychology, Denise pursued a career in entertainment. She has appeared in several television shows, including "CSI: Miami," "Baywatch," and "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch." She has also worked as a spokesperson for various brands, such as McDonald's and Pantene.
In addition to her work in entertainment, Denise is also involved in various philanthropic endeavors. She has been a spokesperson for The Susan G. Komen Foundation and The Tau Epsilon Phi Foundation. She is also involved in organizations that help children with cancer, such as the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
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Jade Villalon (August 12, 1980 San Diego-) otherwise known as Jade Valerie or Jade Valerie Villalon is an American singer, songwriter and actor.
She is best known as the former lead vocalist of the electronic dance pop band Sweetbox. Jade formed the band in 1995 and released several successful albums before departing in 2007 to focus on her solo career. As a solo artist, Jade has released multiple albums, including "Bittersweet Symphony" and "Spectra", and has collaborated with EDM producers such as Armin van Buuren and Ferry Corsten. In addition to her music career, Jade has also acted in films and TV shows, including "Power Rangers Time Force" and "Blood+."
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Jenn Korbee (May 24, 1980 Madison-) a.k.a. Jennifer Kristen Peterson-Hind or Jennifer Korbee is an American singer and actor.
Jenn Korbee started her career as a singer in the girl group, Dream, in 1999. The group released their debut album, "It Was All a Dream," which reached No. 6 on the Billboard 200 chart. The album was certified platinum in the United States, and the single "He Loves U Not" reached No.2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
After Dream disbanded in 2002, Korbee pursued a solo career in music and also started acting. She has appeared in numerous television shows, including "CSI: Miami," "Veronica Mars," and "The Bold and the Beautiful." She has also appeared in several movies, including "The Purge: Anarchy."
In addition to her music and acting careers, Korbee is also a vocal coach and has worked with several well-known artists such as Demi Lovato and Miley Cyrus. She is married to actor and producer, Christian Svensson, and the couple has two children together.
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Jessica Simpson (July 10, 1980 Abilene-) also known as Jessica Ann Simpson, Simpson, Jessica, Jessica Simpson Lachey or Jess is an American singer, singer-songwriter, actor, fashion designer, businessperson, television producer and spokesperson. Her children are called Maxwell Drew Johnson and Ace Knute Johnson.
Jessica Simpson rose to fame as a pop singer in the late 1990s and early 2000s. She released her debut album, "Sweet Kisses," in 1999, which included the hit singles "I Wanna Love You Forever" and "I Think I'm In Love With You." She went on to release several more successful albums, including "Irresistible" in 2001 and "In This Skin" in 2003, which featured the popular single "With You."
Simpson has also had a successful career in film and television. She made her acting debut in the teen comedy film "The Dukes of Hazzard" in 2005, and has since appeared in several other movies and TV shows. In 2003, she and her then-husband, Nick Lachey, starred in their own reality show on MTV, "Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica."
In addition to her entertainment career, Simpson is also a successful businesswoman. She has launched several fashion lines, including a collection of shoes, clothing, and accessories, as well as a fragrance line. She has also written two books, a memoir titled "Open Book" and a cookbook called "Jessica Simpson: A Taste of the Country."
Simpson has been married twice, first to Nick Lachey from 2002 to 2006, and then to former NFL player Eric Johnson in 2014. She has two children with Johnson, Maxwell Drew and Ace Knute.
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Michelle Williams (July 23, 1980 Rockford-) also known as Tenitra Michelle Williams, Williams, Michelle or Mi Chelle My Belle is an American singer, record producer, actor, dancer and songwriter.
She rose to fame as a member of the internationally successful girl group Destiny's Child, with whom she won several awards and released multiple hit albums. After the group disbanded, Williams went on to pursue a successful solo career, releasing several albums and collaborating with artists such as Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland.
In addition to her music career, Williams has also acted in various television and stage productions, including Broadway shows. She has also been involved in numerous philanthropic efforts, particularly in the areas of mental health awareness and education.
Throughout her career, Williams has received numerous accolades and nominations for her work, including Grammy Awards, Stellar Awards, and NAACP Image Awards. She continues to be a prominent figure in the entertainment industry, known for her powerful vocal abilities and dedication to her craft.
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Michelle Ye (February 14, 1980 Hangzhou-) also known as Michelle Yip, Yip Suen, Shuen Yip, Ye Xuan, Xuan Ye, Suen Yip, 葉璇, 叶璇, Yè Xuán, Jip6 Xun4, Michelle Yip Suen or Michelle Ye Xuan is an American actor and film producer.
She was born and raised in Hangzhou, China and later moved to the United States to study at the University of California, Berkeley. Ye made her acting debut in 2002 with a small role in the Hong Kong film "Love Undercover". She then went on to star in various Hong Kong and mainland Chinese television dramas and films, including "Fly Me to Polaris" and "The Four".
In addition to her acting career, Ye has also worked as a film producer, with credits such as "First Time" and "The Monkey King". She is also an advocate for animal rights and has worked with organizations such as PETA and the World Wildlife Fund.
As of 2021, Ye has appeared in over 40 films and television dramas, and has been nominated for multiple awards for her performances, including the Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actress.
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Monica (October 24, 1980 Atlanta-) also known as Monica Denise Arnold, Monica & Dem Franchize Boyz, Monica Arnold, Mo or Monica Denise Brown is an American singer, songwriter, actor, record producer and television producer. She has two children, Rodney Ramone Hill III and Romelo Montez Hill.
Monica began her music career as a teenager and rose to fame with her debut album "Miss Thang" in 1995. She has released several successful albums throughout her career, including "The Boy is Mine," "After the Storm," and "Still Standing." In addition to singing, Monica has also acted in several films and television shows, including "Living Single," "Felicity," and "ATL." She is also a philanthropist and has worked with several organizations to promote education and health initiatives. Monica has won several awards for her music, including a Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group for her duet with Brandy, "The Boy is Mine."
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Támar (March 31, 1980 Houston-) also known as Tamar is an American singer, model, record producer, songwriter and actor.
She is the youngest child of the famous Braxton family and began singing with them at a young age. Támar later pursued a solo career, releasing her debut album "Milk & Honey" in 2006. She has also worked as a model, appearing in numerous campaigns and fashion shows.
In addition to her music and modeling career, Támar has proven herself to be a talented songwriter and producer. She has written songs for artists such as Christina Milian, Toni Braxton, and Kelly Rowland, and has also produced tracks for her own albums.
Támar is also known for her acting roles, having appeared in several films and television shows such as "Diary of a Mad Black Woman" and "The Soul Man". Despite facing personal struggles and setbacks throughout her career, Támar continues to be a respected and talented artist in the entertainment industry.
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Vanessa Lachey (November 9, 1980 Angeles-) a.k.a. Vanessa Joy Minnillo, Nessa, Vanessa Joy Lachey or Vanessa Lachey is an American vj, model, presenter, actor and tv personality. Her child is called Camden John Lachey.
Born in Angeles, Philippines, Vanessa Lachey was raised in a military family and moved around frequently during her childhood. She graduated from high school in South Carolina before attending college at the University of Southern California.
Her career in entertainment began in the late 1990s as a model for various companies including Coca-Cola and J.C. Penney. In 2003, she competed in the Miss USA pageant and was crowned Miss Teen USA. She went on to host MTV's Total Request Live, becoming a popular VJ and television personality.
Lachey has also acted in several TV shows and films, including guest appearances on How I Met Your Mother and 30 Rock, and a starring role in the sitcom Dads. In addition to her on-screen work, she's also worked as a host and producer for various TV shows and events.
She married singer Nick Lachey in 2011, and together they have three children. Outside of her entertainment career, Lachey is also involved in various charitable organizations and causes including the Make-A-Wish Foundation and Feeding America.
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Zooey Deschanel (January 17, 1980 Los Angeles-) also known as Zooey Claire Deschanel, Zo or Zuzu is an American actor, musician, model, singer-songwriter, television producer and voice actor.
Deschanel grew up in a creative household, with her mother an actress and father a director/producer/cinematographer. She began acting in films in the late 1990s, with notable roles in "Almost Famous" and "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy." In 2007, she starred in the indie hit "500 Days of Summer," which helped establish her as a leading lady.
In addition to her acting career, Deschanel is also a talented musician. She is one half of the indie folk duo She & Him, which she formed with musician M. Ward in 2006. The group has released several albums and gained a devoted following.
Deschanel is also known for her distinctive style, often incorporating vintage clothing and accessories into her wardrobe. In 2012, she founded the website HelloGiggles, which focuses on positive and empowering content for women.
Despite her many talents, Deschanel has been open about struggling with anxiety and depression. She has become an advocate for mental health awareness, and uses her platform to encourage others to seek help and support.
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Autumn Reeser (September 21, 1980 La Jolla-) also known as Autumn Alicia Reeser is an American actor. She has two children, Finn Warren and Dash Warren.
Autumn Reeser is best known for her roles as Taylor Townsend on the Fox series "The O.C." and as Lizzie Grant on HBO's "Entourage". She also appeared in numerous other TV shows such as "No Ordinary Family", "Last Resort" and "Sully". In addition to her acting career, Reeser is actively involved in charity work with organizations such as Children International and The Young Storytellers Foundation. Prior to her acting career, she attended UCLA where she studied theater and French.
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Christina Ricci (February 12, 1980 Santa Monica-) also known as Squant is an American actor, spokesperson and voice actor.
Ricci began her career as a child actor, making her film debut in 1990's "Mermaids." She gained widespread recognition and critical acclaim for her role as Wednesday Addams in "The Addams Family" film franchise. Ricci has since appeared in numerous acclaimed films, including "The Ice Storm," "Sleepy Hollow," and "Monster." In addition to her work in film and television, Ricci has also lent her voice to several animated projects, including "The Simpsons" and "Alpha and Omega." She has also been an advocate for various causes, including animal rights and mental health awareness.
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Eliza Dushku (December 30, 1980 Watertown-) also known as Eliza Patricia Dushku or Duck Shoot is an American actor, television producer, voice actor and businessperson.
She is best known for her roles as Faith in the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spin-off Angel, as well as for her lead role in the series Tru Calling. Dushku has also appeared in several films, including Bring It On, Wrong Turn, and The New Guy. In addition to her acting career, she has worked as a producer on several films and television shows, including the documentary Dear Albania. Dushku is also a vocal advocate for various social causes, including animal rights and the #MeToo movement. She has been involved in several charities, including the organization ONE, which works to fight extreme poverty and preventable disease around the world.
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Erin Cahill (January 4, 1980 Stafford-) a.k.a. Erin Jessica Cahill or Erin Beers is an American actor.
Erin Cahill is best known for her role as Jen Scotts, the Pink Ranger, in the television series Power Rangers Time Force. She has also appeared in other popular television shows such as How I Met Your Mother, Castle, and Saving Grace. In addition to her acting career, Cahill is also a trained dancer and has worked with the American Ballet Theater. She is also an advocate for many charitable organizations, including The Children's Hospital Los Angeles, Make-A-Wish Foundation, and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
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Jenna Dewan (December 3, 1980 Hartford-) also known as Jenna Lee Dewan, Jenna Dewan Tatum, Jenna Lee Dewan-Tatum or Jenna Dewan-Tatum is an American model, actor, dancer and businessperson. Her child is called Everly Tatum.
Dewan began her career as a backup dancer for renowned artists such as Janet Jackson and has appeared in numerous music videos. She gained recognition for her role as Nora Clark in the 2006 dance film "Step Up" opposite her now ex-husband, Channing Tatum. Dewan has also appeared in several other films and TV shows, including "The Resident," "Witches of East End," and "American Horror Story: Asylum."
In addition to her acting career, Dewan is also a successful businesswoman. She co-founded the dancewear company, Danskin, and became the face of their fall 2016 campaign. She also authored the book "Gracefully You: How to Live Your Best Life Every Day," which offers readers insight into her personal wellness and beauty routines.
Dewan is actively involved in humanitarian efforts and has worked with several charities, including the Rape Foundation, Stand Up to Cancer, and the Wildlife Conservation Society. She is also a vegetarian and an advocate for animal rights.
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Katee Sackhoff (April 8, 1980 Portland-) also known as Kathryn Ann Sackhoff or Kathryn Ann "Katee" Sackhoff is an American actor.
Sackhoff is best known for her role as Captain Kara "Starbuck" Thrace in the 2004 TV series Battlestar Galactica. She has also appeared in various other TV shows such as Longmire, 24, and The Flash. In addition to her television work, Sackhoff has also acted in films including Riddick and Oculus. Sackhoff is also known for her work as a voice actor, having lent her voice to characters in animated series such as Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Robot Chicken. Sackhoff is an avid motorcycle rider and has participated in various charity rides.
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Laura Prepon (March 7, 1980 Watchung-) otherwise known as Laura H. Prepon, Snaps, Pre or Luara Prepon is an American actor, model, film producer, ballet dancer and voice actor.
Laura Prepon is best known for her work in the entertainment business as an actor, having starred in various movies and TV shows. She started her career in the late 90s on TV shows such as "That '70s Show" and "October Road". Prepon later went on to play the role of Alex Vause in the hit Netflix original series "Orange is the New Black" from 2013 to 2019. She has also worked on producing several films such as "The Girl on the Train", "The Hero" and "The Kitchen". In addition, Laura Prepon is a trained ballet dancer and has also done voice-over work for various video games and animated shows.
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Marika Dominczyk (July 7, 1980 Kielce-) also known as Marika Domińczyk is an American actor. She has two children, Marley Addison Foley and Keller Aleksander Foley.
Marika Dominczyk was born in Kielce, Poland, and emigrated to New York City with her family at the age of three. She attended Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School and then went on to study at Carnegie Mellon University, where she earned a degree in drama. Dominczyk made her screen debut in the 2002 film "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" and has since appeared in numerous movies and TV shows, including "Brothers & Sisters," "Grey's Anatomy," and "The Good Wife." In addition to her acting career, she is also an accomplished writer and published her first novel, "The Lullaby of Polish Girls," in 2013. Dominczyk is married to actor Scott Foley, and the couple founded the charity "Half of Us" to support mental health awareness and treatment.
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Marnette Patterson (April 26, 1980 Los Angeles-) also known as Marnette Provost Patterson, Marnette "Marne" Patterson or Marne Patterson is an American actor.
She began her acting career at the age of 8, appearing in numerous commercials and TV shows. However, her breakthrough role came in 1996 when she played the character of Nicole Farrell in the NBC series "Something So Right". In the years that followed, Patterson appeared in a number of popular television shows including "Charmed", "7th Heaven" and "The Division". She also had recurring roles in the MTV series "Wild n' Out" and the ABC series "Dinotopia". Patterson has also worked extensively in film, appearing in movies such as "Slackers", "Cloud 9" and "The Haunting of Molly Hartley". In addition to her acting career, Patterson is also a singer and has released several singles and an album.
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Michelle Williams (September 9, 1980 Kalispell-) also known as Michelle Ingrid Williams is an American actor. She has one child, Matilda Ledger.
Williams rose to fame as a teenager with her role on the TV series "Dawson's Creek". She has since starred in numerous acclaimed films, including "Brokeback Mountain," "Blue Valentine," and "Manchester by the Sea," earning four Oscar nominations and a win for her performance in "My Week with Marilyn." Williams is also known for her activism, particularly for women's rights and equal pay in the entertainment industry. In addition to her acting career, she has also taken on producing roles in film and television.
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Monique Coleman (November 13, 1980 Orangeburg-) also known as Coleman, Monique, Adrienne Monique Coleman or Momo is an American singer, actor, entrepreneur, dancer and philanthropist.
She is best known for her role as Taylor McKessie in the High School Musical film series. Coleman has also appeared in various television shows such as The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, Dancing with the Stars, and The Good Wife. In addition to her acting career, she is the co-founder of GimmeMo, a youth empowerment platform that creates content and events encouraging young people to live their best lives. Coleman is also a UN Youth Champion for the International Year of Youth and an advocate for diversity and inclusion in the film and entertainment industry.
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Nazanin Boniadi (May 22, 1980 Tehran-) is an American actor and human rights activist.
She was born in Iran but raised in London and later moved to the United States to attend college. After completing her degree, Boniadi pursued acting and appeared in various films and TV shows, including "How I Met Your Mother" and "Homeland." In addition to her acting career, she is also known for her human rights activism work, particularly her advocacy for gender equality and the rights of refugees. She has worked with organizations such as Amnesty International and the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran. Boniadi is also a spokesperson for the Baha'i community, advocating for religious freedom and human rights in Iran.
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Sarah Shahi (January 10, 1980 Euless-) also known as Sarah Aahoo Jahansouz Shahi, Sara Shahi, Aahoo Jahansouz "Sarah" Shahi, Aahoo Jahansouz Shahi, Aahoo, Aahoo Jahansouzshahi or Aahoo Jahansouz is an American actor, model and cheerleader. Her child is called William Wolf Howey.
Sarah Shahi was born in Texas to an Iranian father and a Spanish mother. She went to Southern Methodist University where she studied English and Theater. Shahi started her career as a beauty pageant contestant and won the Miss Fort Worth USA pageant in 1997. After her pageant career, Shahi became a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader for two years.
In 2001, Shahi moved to Los Angeles to pursue her acting career. She landed her first major role in the television series "Alias" as a recurring character. Shahi also appeared in shows like "The L Word" and "Life". She gained popularity for her lead role in the USA Network series "Fairly Legal" and later in "Person of Interest" and "The Rookie".
Apart from her acting career, Shahi is also known for her activism work. She has worked with organizations like Equality Now and PETA to raise awareness on issues related to animal rights and gender equality. Shahi is also a certified scuba diver and has trekked to Mount Kilimanjaro.
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Lisa Donovan (June 11, 1980 Los Angeles-) also known as Lisa Nova is an American actor.
She gained popularity on YouTube for her comedy sketches and parodies, eventually amassing over 215,000 subscribers. Donovan then made the transition into traditional media, appearing in several movies and TV shows including "Mad", "The Walking Dead", and "Hart of Dixie". In addition to her acting career, Donovan has also worked as a writer, producer, and director. She founded Maker Studios, a YouTube content creation company that was eventually sold to Disney for over $500 million.
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Mary Carey (June 15, 1980 Cleveland-) a.k.a. Mary Ellen Cook, Marey Carey, Mary Cary or Mary Ellen is an American politician, actor, film director and pornographic film actor.
Mary Carey gained popularity in the adult film industry in the early 2000s, appearing in over 100 adult films and winning several awards. In addition to her work in pornography, she has also ventured into mainstream media, appearing on reality TV shows such as Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew and Sober House.
In 2003, Carey ran for governor of California as an Independent candidate, with her campaign focused on tax reform and legalizing same-sex marriage. While she did not win, she received a notable amount of media attention and support from the adult film industry.
More recently, Carey has shifted her attention to politics, serving on the Libertarian National Committee and running for office as a Libertarian candidate, including a run for Lieutenant Governor of California in 2018. She is also a vocal advocate for animal rights and has worked with organizations such as PETA.
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Bridget Powers (October 11, 1980 Boise-) a.k.a. Bridgette, Bridget, Bridget The Midget, Cheryl Murphy, Bridget 'The Midget' Powers, Brideget Powerz, Bridgett Powerz, Bridgette Powerz, Bridget Powerz or Cheryl Marie Murphy is an American pornographic film actor and actor.
She started her career in the adult entertainment industry in the year 1999, and has appeared in over 50 films till date. Besides her work in adult films, Bridget has also made appearances in a number of mainstream films and television shows. She has also worked as a writer and director in the adult entertainment industry. In addition to her entertainment career, she has made headlines for legal issues including assault charges and possession of methamphetamine. Despite challenges she has faced, Bridget remains a recognized figure in the adult film industry.
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Jana Cova (April 13, 1980 Prague-) a.k.a. jana_cova, Yana Cova, Jana Oujeska, Jana, Geraldine, Katie, Jana F., Jana Kova or Yana Kova is an American pornographic film actor, nude glamour model and actor.
She was born in Prague, Czech Republic and began her career in the porn industry in 2002. Jana has appeared in over 100 adult films throughout her career and has won several awards for her performances. In addition to her work in adult films, Jana has also made appearances in mainstream films and television shows, including an episode of "Weeds" and the film "Just Go with It". She has also been featured in numerous magazines, including Penthouse and Playboy. In 2013, Jana retired from the adult film industry to focus on her personal life and other business ventures.
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Michelle McCool (January 25, 1980 Palatka-) also known as Michelle Leigh McCool is an American wrestler and actor. She has one child, Kaia Faith Calaway.
McCool began her career as a schoolteacher before turning to professional wrestling in 2004. She signed with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) in 2006 and quickly rose to fame as a member of The Undertaker's "The Ministry of Darkness" stable. McCool went on to become a two-time WWE Women's Champion and two-time WWE Divas Champion. She retired from in-ring competition in 2011 but returned for one more match at the first-ever women's Royal Rumble in 2018. In addition to her wrestling career, McCool has made several appearances in films and television shows, including "The Scorch Trials" and "The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age SmackDown!" She has also been married to fellow wrestler and WWE legend The Undertaker since 2010.
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Jillian Hall (September 6, 1980 Ashland-) also known as The Bombshell, The Jazzy Jezebel, Macaela Mercedes, Jillian, The Tone Deaf Diva, Jillian Faye Fletcher, The Songstress, The Pop Princess, jillian_hall, Jillian Faith Fletcher or Hall, Jillian is an American wrestler, actor and film producer.
She is best known for her time with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) from 2005 to 2010, where she competed as a wrestler and valet. Prior to her wrestling career, Hall was a model and worked as a cheerleader for the World Basketball Association's Kentucky Thoroughbreds. After leaving WWE, she continued to work in the wrestling industry, performing on the independent circuit and serving as a trainer. In addition to her work in wrestling, Hall has appeared in a number of films and television shows, including "Sonny with a Chance," "GLOW," and "The Comeback Kids." She has also produced several independent films, including "The Last Blockbuster" and "Good Samaritan."
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Shelly Martinez (February 9, 1980 Chino-) also known as Shelly Lenore Martinez, Shelly, Salinas, Cle-Ho-Patra, Ariel, Koffin Kitten, Desire or Halloween Barbie is an American wrestler, actor, valet and model.
Martinez began her career as a professional wrestler in 2000 and wrestled in various independent promotions before signing with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) in 2005. During her time with WWE, she portrayed the character Ariel and was part of the Extreme Exposé dance troupe on their ECW brand.
After leaving WWE in 2007, Martinez appeared in various independent wrestling promotions and also pursued a career in acting. She has appeared in several films and TV shows, including "The Condemned" and "CSI: NY". Martinez also worked as a valet and manager for various wrestlers and made appearances for Impact Wrestling.
Martinez has been open about her struggles with mental health and has used her platform to raise awareness and advocate for mental health resources. She also runs a YouTube channel where she shares her thoughts and experiences on various topics.
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Cassidey (December 24, 1980 Denver-) otherwise known as Cassidy, Bobbie, Annie Bunz, Annie Buns, Bobbie Jean Deaguero, Bobbi Adore, Bobbie Adore, Annie Bunns, Bobbi, Cassidey Rae or Paisley Adams is an American pornographic film actor and actor.
She began her career in the adult film industry at the age of 18 and quickly gained popularity for her enthusiastic performances. Cassidey has won several awards, including AVN's Best New Starlet in 1999 and has been inducted into the AVN Hall of Fame.
In addition to her work in pornographic films, Cassidey has made appearances on mainstream television shows such as "The Howard Stern Show" and "The Oprah Winfrey Show." She has also acted in non-pornographic films, such as "Sisters" in 2006 and "The Hit" in 2007.
Cassidey's personal life has been marked by struggles with substance abuse, and in 2003 she was arrested on charges of drug possession. She has since gotten sober and spoken publicly about her experiences, advocating for addiction recovery and mental health awareness.
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Katie Morgan (March 17, 1980 Reseda-) a.k.a. Sarah Crowley, Sarah Lyn Crowley, Kate, Katie or Sarah Carradine is an American pornographic film actor, actor and radio personality.
She was born in Reseda, California in 1980 and grew up in a household with a religious mother and police officer father. After high school, she studied psychology at a community college before dropping out to pursue a career in the adult entertainment industry.
Morgan began her career in the industry as a stripper and then moved on to nude modeling for magazines. She eventually transitioned to performing in adult films and quickly gained popularity for her girl-next-door persona and bubbly personality.
Aside from her work in the adult industry, Morgan has also made appearances on mainstream television shows and films, such as "Entourage" and "Zack and Miri Make a Porno." She has also hosted her own weekly radio show on Sirius XM and appeared as a contestant on the reality show "The Search for the Next Elvira."
In her personal life, Morgan has been married twice and has two children. She is also a dedicated animal rights activist and has worked with the organization PETA to promote animal welfare.
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Tiffany Taylor (December 6, 1980 Los Angeles-) also known as Heather Hunt, Tiffany Tyler or Celine is an American pornographic film actor and actor.
Tiffany Taylor was born on December 6, 1980 in Los Angeles, California. As a child, she had a passion for acting and pursued it as a career. She made her debut in the world of adult films in 2001, and quickly gained fame for her performances. Throughout her career, she has worked under various aliases such as Heather Hunt, Tiffany Tyler, and Celine. Apart from her successful career in the adult entertainment industry, Taylor has also appeared in mainstream films and TV shows. She has worked on popular TV shows like "Entourage" and "Californication". In her spare time, Tiffany is known to enjoy outdoor activities and traveling. She has also been an advocate for mental health awareness and has spoken publicly about her struggles with depression.
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Joanna Angel (December 25, 1980 Brooklyn-) also known as Joanna Mostov is an American pornographic film actor, film director, screenwriter, film producer, actor and writer.
She is best known for creating and starring in the adult film series Burning Angel, which features alternative and tattooed performers. Angel has also directed and produced over 100 adult films, and has won numerous awards for her work in the industry. In addition to her work in adult films, Angel has acted in mainstream movies and TV shows, including "Sons of Anarchy" and "The Walking Dead." She is also a published author, with her debut novel "Night Shift: A Choose-Your-Own Erotic Fantasy" released in 2018. Angel is known for her advocacy for sex-positive and feminist values in the adult industry, and has spoken at conferences and events on these topics.
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Kim Kardashian (October 21, 1980 Los Angeles-) a.k.a. Kimberly Noel Kardashian, Kim, Kimmie, Kimberly Noel "Kim" Kardashian, Kim Kardashian-West or Kim West is an American entrepreneur, model, actor, businessperson, fashion designer, tv personality and television producer. Her child is called North West.
Kim Kardashian first gained public attention through her family's reality show, "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," which premiered in 2007. Since then, she has become a household name, appearing on numerous television shows and magazine covers, and launching successful businesses, including KKW Beauty and Skims.
Kardashian is also an advocate for criminal justice reform and has met with President Donald Trump to discuss the issue. She is married to rapper and fashion designer Kanye West, with whom she has four children: North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm.
In addition to her business ventures, Kardashian is also known for her fashion sense and has been named one of Time magazine's 100 most influential people. She has also been involved in various philanthropic efforts and charitable organizations.
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Ashanti (October 13, 1980 Glen Cove-) otherwise known as A. Douglas, Ashanti Douglas, Ashanti Shequoyia Douglas, Ashanti Shequoiya Douglas, Shani, Shany or Shany Bonnie is an American record producer, singer-songwriter, actor, dancer and composer.
Ashanti was born and raised in Glen Cove, New York. Her mother was a dance instructor and her father was a singer. She began singing at a young age and was discovered by music executive Irv Gotti in her teens. She signed with his record label, Murder Inc. Records and released her debut album, "Ashanti" in 2002. The album was a commercial success, selling over 500,000 copies in its first week and earning Ashanti a Grammy Award for Best Contemporary R&B Album.
In addition to her music career, Ashanti has also ventured into acting. She has appeared in several films, including "Coach Carter" (2005) and "John Tucker Must Die" (2006). She has also starred in the hit TV series, "Army Wives" (2013) and "The Big House" (2004).
Ashanti is known for her philanthropic work and involvement in several charities. She is the founder of the Ashanti Foundation, which aims to help disadvantaged youth through education and the arts. She also supports the Muscular Dystrophy Association and the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Throughout her career, Ashanti has sold over 27 million records worldwide and has had a number of hit singles, including "Foolish," "Rain on Me," and "Rock wit U (Awww Baby)." She continues to produce music and perform around the world.
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Deanna Wright (January 11, 1980 Ocala-) also known as Deanna M Wright, Deanna M. Wright or Dee is an American teacher, model, actor and massage therapist.
She is best known for her roles in various independent films and as a runway model for several fashion brands. Wright began her career as a model in her early 20s, where she worked for several top fashion designers and modeled for numerous high-profile campaigns. Later on, she ventured into acting where she landed several notable roles in independent films, which eventually earned her critical acclaim.
In addition to her modeling and acting career, Wright is a certified massage therapist and has been practicing for over a decade. She has been featured in various publications where she shares her knowledge and expertise in massage therapy. Wright is also a dedicated teacher, she has been teaching in her local community for several years and has helped many students achieve their goals.
Wright is known for her philanthropic efforts and has been involved in several community outreach programs. She has partnered with various organizations to raise awareness and funds for causes that are close to her heart. Wright is considered to be a well-rounded individual with an impressive portfolio of achievements, and continues to inspire many through her work.
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Jacki R. Chan (December 2, 1980 San Francisco-) also known as Jacki Chan, Jaclyn Roxane Chan, Jaclyn Chan, Jaclyn Roxanne Chan, Roxy, Day, Dayster, Porky, Ki-Ki or Jackson is an American model, actor, musician and lawyer.
She is of mixed Chinese and German descent and grew up in San Francisco, California. As a model, she has walked on runways for various fashion shows and has also worked with renowned photographers for editorial shoots. In addition, Chan has acted in several films and television shows, including "Crazy Rich Asians" and "The Bold Type".
Chan is also a talented musician and has released several singles and collaborated with other artists in the music industry. She is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley and earned her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Southern California Gould School of Law. Alongside her career in entertainment, Chan is also a practicing lawyer focusing on immigration law. She has used her platform to raise awareness and advocate for immigration reform in the United States.
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Janelle Pierzina (January 10, 1980 Grand Rapids-) a.k.a. Janelle Marie Pierzina, Elle Brenna, Janelle Perzina, Janie, Jedi Janie or Buxom Blonde is an American actor. She has one child, Violet Anne DeSanto.
Janelle Pierzina is best known as a reality TV personality who has competed on three seasons of the hit reality show Big Brother. She first appeared on Big Brother 6 in 2005, where she placed third. She later returned to compete on Big Brother 7: All-Stars and Big Brother 14, where she placed sixth and twelfth, respectively.
Aside from her reality TV career, Pierzina has also worked as a real estate agent and has been involved in various entrepreneurial ventures, including a clothing line and a home décor business.
Pierzina has a large following on social media and has been praised for her outspoken personality and strategic gameplay on Big Brother. She is also known for her memorable catchphrases, including "floaters grab a life vest" and "bye bye bitches."
In addition to her daughter Violet, Pierzina is also a proud pet parent to several rescue animals. She is a vocal advocate for animal rights and frequently uses her platform to raise awareness about animal welfare issues.
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Candace Kita (December 27, 1980 Los Angeles-) also known as Candace Camille Bender, Candace Bender or Candi Kita is an American model, actor, radio personality, author, writer and flautist.
Candace Kita was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She began her career in the entertainment industry as a model and then transitioned into acting, appearing in various TV shows and films such as "The Masked Singer" and "The Chronicles of Riddick". In addition to her work in front of the camera, Kita has also worked as a radio personality, hosting her own show on LA Talk Radio.
Kita is also an accomplished author and writer, having written a number of books on topics such as personal growth and spirituality. Additionally, she is a skilled flautist and has performed in various orchestras and ensembles throughout her career.
Outside of her professional pursuits, Kita is a dedicated philanthropist and has been involved in a number of charitable organizations over the years, including Children's Hospital Los Angeles and the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
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Felicia Pearson (May 18, 1980 Baltimore-) is an American actor and rapper.
She is best known for her role as Snoop on the hit HBO series "The Wire," where she played a ruthless, fearless enforcer for the Barksdale drug organization. Pearson's life story is the subject of her memoir, "Grace After Midnight," which details her upbringing in Baltimore's drug culture and her eventual rise to fame as an actress. In addition to her acting career, Pearson is also a rapper and released her debut album, "Gunshots" in 2010. She has also made several appearances on other television shows, including "South of Hell," "Empire," and "The Chi." Despite her success in entertainment, Pearson has faced personal struggles throughout her life, including a difficult childhood, involvement in the drug trade, and a conviction for second-degree murder when she was 14 years old.
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Rachel Specter (April 9, 1980 Tampa-) also known as Rachel Sarah Specter, Rachel Speckter or Rachel Spector is an American actor and model.
She began her career as a writer, writing screenplays for films such as "Alyce Kills" and "The House Bunny". However, Specter soon transitioned into acting, appearing in TV shows such as "How I Met Your Mother", "Days of Our Lives", and "The Big Bang Theory". She also appeared in films such as "Prom Night" and "The Last Hurrah". In addition to her acting career, Specter has also worked as a model, appearing in campaigns for brands such as Victoria's Secret and T-Mobile. She is also an advocate for animal rights and frequently participates in animal rescue and adoption events.
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Tiffany Limos (January 31, 1980 Dallas-) a.k.a. Tiffany Rochelle Limos, Bad Girl, Ti Ti or Tif is an American actor.
She is best known for her role in the 2003 film "Ken Park" directed by Larry Clark. She began her acting career in the late 90s, with a small role in the movie "Kids" also directed by Larry Clark. Limos has also appeared in several independent films including "Hunting and Gathering" and "The Grief Tourist". In addition to acting, Limos is also a writer and has published her work in several literary magazines. She is known to be private about her personal life and keeps a low profile in the media.
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Taya Parker (January 10, 1980 Marion-) is an American actor, model, singer and nude glamour model.
She was born in Marion, Ohio and grew up in a family of musicians. At a young age, she developed a passion for music and began singing in her church choir. Parker went on to pursue a career in modeling and acting, appearing in several music videos and commercials.
In 2007, Parker was named Penthouse Pet of the Year, an honor that launched her career as a nude model. She has since appeared in numerous men's magazines and has become a well-known figure in the adult entertainment industry.
Parker has also pursued a career in music, releasing several albums and singles. Her music has been featured in various films and television shows, including the hit reality television series, "The Bad Girls Club."
In addition to her entertainment career, Parker is passionate about animal rights and has worked with several animal welfare organizations. She also supports veterans' causes and has performed for US troops stationed overseas.
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