She’s one of the most dazzling and utmost paid actresses in Hollywood. Though well-thought-out to be motivated in life but successfully managed to stay low profile. She was a cheerleader and very daring catalyst and remarkably brilliant. Born as Laura Jeanne Reese on March 22nd 1976 in New Orleans, Louisiana – United States.
She first appeared in the 1991 movie “The Man in the Moon.” Followed by 1996 movie “Fear” – a story of a young lady met a handsome, charismatic and affectionate man that does have everything. This man turns obsessed to her and their love turn in to nightmare and fear. She also worked with
Kiefer Sutherland in a story similar to “Little Red Riding Hood” as a delinquent-juvenile teenage girl trying to escape as she’s badgered by a charming yet sadistic serial killer to her grandmother’s house She also worked with debonair
Tobey Maguire in 1998 movie “Pleasantville” a story of teens made impact in reforming content world. She also appeared in the 1999 movie “Election”, followed their critically-acclaimed 1999 movie “Cruel Intensions.” A story of half-brother-sister made an accord to make Annette (Witherspoon) to fell in love and take her to bed, if the brother fails, Jaguar goes to her sister Kathryn, if he wins, and he gets Kathryn.
She made blondes become popular in a story of sorority president dumped by her boyfriend. She decides to follow and get back her boyfriend in a law school, she became a bully-garbage can of being blonde, and at the end she managed to make a murderer to admit the truth by using her profound knowledge of fashion. She also co-starred with
Colin Firth in the 2002 movie “The Importance of Being Earnest”, and went for the movie “Sweet Home Alabama” in 2002, and then followed by 2005 movie “Walk the Line” with
Joaquin Phoenix. She also worked with
Mark Ruffalo as a story of a landscape artist that falls in love with a beautiful spirited woman in his new apartment.