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  1. #41
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    Jun 2013
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    A year after your last movie was released, you're still reaping in the benefits of its success. You've bought yourself an awesome new beach house in Los Angeles, bought a whole brand-new wardrobe filled with designer labels, driving around in a hot-pink convertible, partying with your friends, and dating the sexiest men in Hollywood. But you're starting to feel bored and a little bit restless. One of your agents comes to you with a new movie role. You audition for it and get the part...and you might also meet Mr. Right.

    What movie do you audition for?
    Odd #: A PG rated fantasy called Witch is Witch. You play Emily Griffiths, a married woman and mother of twin daughters who also happens to be a witch. Your character's sister suddenly returns after having disappeared ten years prior and begins to cause all sorts of problems, bringing the family unwillingly into danger. It's up to your character to save her family, and herself, from being over come by the deadly lure of black magic.

    Do you meet Mr. Right? Roll the dice
    Even #: yes

    If yes...While working on Witch is Witch over the next eighteen months, you grow close to your supporting male actor, Cornelius Brady Matthews. He is 32 years old, and he has brown hair and green eyes. He's sophisticated, interesting, and witty, as well as outgoing and makes you laugh. The tabloids pick up on your relationship and eat it up like candy. At the encouragement of your publicists, the two of you play up the romantic hype, as a way of advertising the movie's release. But by the time the movie premier has come and gone, you're no longer faking it. He's your boyfriend.

  2. #43
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    Sep 2012
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    Your name is Lily Claire Montgomery and you've grown up in Malibu, California, the daughter of two celebrities. Your dad, Robert Kenneth Montgomery, is an Academy-award winning actor on a popular medical drama, "Grayson's Anatomy." Your mom, Katherine Lucy Harris "Kate", is an Oscar-winning movie actress who starred in three major motion pictures: "Marilyn," "The Swan" and "Scream 10." When you were ten, your parents divorced. You and your younger siblings, brother Jack Henry, and sister Alice Lucy, go to live with your mom while your dad, who has weekend visitation, moves in with his new girlfriend in Los Angeles.

    What does your mom's new house look like? http://themaliburealestateblog.com/w...picture-42.png

    From a young age, you've been interested in acting. You've gotten cameos on the movies and TV shows your parents were in, starting when you were six years old. You even played the role of a cancer patient at the age of nine on "Grayson's Anatomy." But your parents wanted you to have a normal childhood, without too much of the celebrity drama of Hollywood. When you turn thirteen, your joint birthday present from your parents is an acting agent, and she's the one that finds you your big break on a new TV show.

    How do you start your acting career? You pick
    A: On a teen comedy-drama called "Cupcakes and I". You play a friendly and good-natured teenage girl named Grace Kathryn Harris growing up in San Francisco, in an ordinary family with a mom, dad, and little brother. You have two best friends and you have a huge crush on your female best friend's older brother. Your character encounters every day typical adolescent issues, such as school, friends, boys, growing up, etc. as well as some more serious issues such as sex, drinking alcohol, teenage pregnancy, and bullying. The show lasts for ten years and ends when you are twenty-three years old, with your character moving to New York with her new husband to pursue a career as a journalist.

    A year after your last movie was released, you're still reaping in the benefits of its success. You've bought yourself an awesome new beach house in Los Angeles, bought a whole brand-new wardrobe filled with designer labels, driving around in a hot-pink convertible, partying with your friends, and dating the sexiest men in Hollywood. But you're starting to feel bored and a little bit restless. One of your agents comes to you with a new movie role. You audition for it and get the part...and you might also meet Mr. Right.

    What movie do you audition for?
    A PG rated fantasy called "Promise". You play Leah Matilda Cook, a married woman and mother of twin daughters who also happens to be a witch. Your character's sister suddenly returns after having disappeared ten years prior and begins to cause all sorts of problems, bringing the family unwillingly into danger. It's up to your character to save her family, and herself, from being over come by the deadly lure of black magic.

    Do you meet Mr. Right? No

    If no...The movie was a huge success in the box office and you were nominated for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress...but lost to Natalie Portman in "Black Swan." No big deal. 7 months after the Oscars, you are proposed for another movie roll, audition, and are accepted.

    What movie do you audition for? A G-rated family movie called "Making the Grade." You play Jane Elizabeth Jacobson, the single mom of an imaginative six-year-old boy who somehow brings the fairy tales he creates come to life and makes a difference for the people around him by making all their wishes come true.

    Do you meet Mr. Right? No

    If no...You spend the holidays with your family in Malibu. It's a happy, quiet, and nostalgic affair, like it always was when you were growing up. Your sister, Alice, is now officially engaged to her boyfriend and your brother, Jack, and his wife of two and a half years have recently welcomed their first child, Kate Lily. You adore your little niece and find yourself secretly wanting to give them a cousin. But you soon forget your motherly urges when you get a another role in a movie.

    What movie do you audition for? A PG rated zombie movie called "Apex". You play Abbie Baker, a college girl who goes in search of her boyfriend after he disappears. Your character discovers that he and nearly all of the student body are infected with an incurable disease that turns them into flesh-eating zombies.

    1 month after "Apex" is released on DVD, you finally meet Mr. Right. His name is Henry Isaac, he's 28, and he has brown hair and brown eyes, and he works as a producer. He's kind, funny, and, generous...and he has no idea you're an actress. Then, he figures out who you are and his opinion of you doesn't change in the least.
    How do you meet him? At your childhood best friend's wedding. He's the groom's older brother and best man. You're sitting by yourself at a table and he walks up to you, asking if you'd like to dance.

  3. #45
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    A year after your last movie was released, you're still reaping in the benefits of its success. You've bought yourself an awesome new beach house in Los Angeles, bought a whole brand-new wardrobe filled with designer labels, driving around in a hot-pink convertible, partying with your friends, and dating the sexiest men in Hollywood. But you're starting to feel bored and a little bit restless. One of your agents comes to you with a new movie role. You audition for it and get the part...and you might also meet Mr. Right.

    What movie do you audition for?
    Even #: A PG-13 romantic thriller called "Killing You". You play Christine Harvey, a college English literature professor who is framed for the murder of her boss who tried to hit on her. She is chased by a gorgeous private investigator, who once worked for the victim, but he later realizes she is innocent and the two work together to catch the real killer.

    Do you meet Mr. Right?
    Even #: yes

    If yes...While working on "Killing You" over the next eighteen months, you grow close to your supporting male actor, Robbie Nicholas Jackson. He is 30 years old, and he has black hair and brown eyes. He's sophisticated, interesting, and witty, as well as outgoing and makes you laugh. The tabloids pick up on your relationship and eat it up like candy. At the encouragement of your publicists, the two of you play up the romantic hype, as a way of advertising the movie's release. But by the time the movie premier has come and gone, you're no longer faking it. He's your boyfriend.
    Favourite Names at the moment
    Girls:Veronica, Abbey, Emma, Lily, Cara, Eowyn, Arya, Scarlett, Sofia, Roisin, Imogen, Taylor, Rowan, Elouise, Lucy, Aiobheann, Caerwyn, Caoimhe, Eleanor, Juliet, Jude, Skye, Alexandria, Hazel, Morgan, Alice

    Boys:Daniel, Dominic, Aidan, Kian, Logan, Daryl, Noah, Robbie, Riley, Elijah, Taylor, Joel, Jonah, Luke, Tobias, Lewis, Benjamin, Aaron, Harris, Kellin, Cory, Hugo

  4. #47
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    A year after your last movie was released, you're still reaping in the benefits of its success. You've bought yourself an awesome new beach house in Los Angeles, bought a whole brand-new wardrobe filled with designer labels, driving around in a hot-pink convertible, partying with your friends, and dating the sexiest men in Hollywood. But you're starting to feel bored and a little bit restless. One of your agents comes to you with a new movie role. You audition for it and get the part...and you might also meet Mr. Right.

    What movie do you audition for?
    A PG rated fantasy called "A Fern in the meadow". You play Olivia Claire Fern, a married woman and mother of twin daughters who also happens to be a witch. Your character's sister suddenly returns after having disappeared ten years prior and begins to cause all sorts of problems, bringing the family unwillingly into danger. It's up to your character to save her family, and herself, from being over come by the deadly lure of black magic.

    Do you meet Mr. Right? Yes

    If yes...While working on "A Fern in the Meadow" over the next eighteen months, you grow close to your supporting male actor, Niall James Horan. He is 30) years old, and he has Brown hair with blonde highlights and Blue eyes. He's sophisticated, interesting, and witty, as well as outgoing and makes you laugh. The tabloids pick up on your relationship and eat it up like candy. At the encouragement of your publicists, the two of you play up the romantic hype, as a way of advertising the movie's release. But by the time the movie premier has come and gone, you're no longer faking it. He's your boyfriend.

    TO BE CONTINUED....

  5. #49
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    A year after your last movie was released, you're still reaping in the benefits of its success. You've bought yourself an awesome new beach house in Los Angeles, bought a whole brand-new wardrobe filled with designer labels, driving around in a hot-pink convertible, partying with your friends, and dating the sexiest men in Hollywood. But you're starting to feel bored and a little bit restless. One of your agents comes to you with a new movie role. You audition for it and get the part...and you might also meet Mr. Right.

    A PG-13 romantic thriller called "Dark Love". You play Renee Hughes a college English literature professor who is framed for the murder of her boss who tried to hit on her. She is chased by a gorgeous private investigator, who once worked for the victim, but he later realizes she is innocent and the two work together to catch the real killer.

    Do you meet Mr. Right?: No

    The movie was a huge success in the box office and you were nominated for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress...but lost to Natalie Portman in "Black Swan." No big deal. 9 months after the Oscars, you are proposed for another movie roll, audition, and are accepted.

    A G-rated family movie called "Toby's Tales". You play Anna Pettersonthe single mom of an imaginative six-year-old boy who somehow brings the fairy tales he creates come to life and makes a difference for the people around him by making all their wishes come true.

    Do you meet Mr. Right?: Yes

    You are invited to a Christmas party hosted by one of your co-stars several months after "Toby's Tales" was launched into theaters. You're mingling around, not quite paying attention to what you're doing as you're distracted by the beautifully decorated tree and you bump into a tall, toned body. The man turns around, slightly irritated, but one look at you with your flushed cheeks and light pink party dress, his face softens. He introduces himself to be Jonathan Eric Whitfield and he's in fact one of the screenwriters who wrote your recent movie. He is 45) years old with light brown hair and hazel eyes. He's intelligent, creative, and open-minded, with a sensitive side he lets no one but you see. 8 months after you've met him, your relationship becomes public and official.

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