Today the delightful Keira Knightley turns 36. It feels like she has been on our screens forever, having broke onto the scene at a young age. Since then, she has become a popular star in blockbusters, period pieces and independent movies. I’ve always enjoyed watching Knightley on screen and I just know she has many more decades of cinema work to give us. So Happy Birthday to this beautiful and gifted actress. Plus she was my first cinematic crush.
Today, the lovable Drew Barrymore turns 46. She started as a child star, most notably in E.T, before going through a rough time of partying and drugs. Cleaning up her act, she emerged as a successful grown up actress who has never looked back. I find there is something very real and personable about Drew. I can’t explain it, but I do love her a lot. She’s got a glow about her and just lifts a project up.
Today Benicio Del Toro turns 53. The ever intense actor who has impressed in many movies with his gravelly voice, passion for playing dark characters and piercing stare. I always like to see Benicio in movies as he always seems to deliver, no matter what the film. So happy birthday to an impressive actor who I’ll never tire of watching
Today Sigourney Weaver turns 70. As one of my favourite actresses, I’ve decided to pay tribute to her. She projects great intelligence, dignity and steely determination onscreen in a variety of movies. Though known as a horror icon, she’s shown great versatility in so many films. So Happy Birthday to Miss Weaver
Elisabeth Moss turns 37 today and in the past decade or so has shown she’s a force to be reckoned with. From Mad Men as secretary turned copywriter Peggy to the enslaved Offred/June in The Handmaid’s Tale, Moss just always impresses, especially on TV. Though she is equally as excellent in movies too.So here are my best wishes to this powerhouse.