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Originally posted 02/19/2015 03:45PM
The couple announced their engagement on Instagram
Originally posted 02/19/2015 09:55AM
Maggie Grace may be best known for acting opposite Liam Neeson in the Taken saga. But she just took a big step with her real leading man.
Originally posted 01/09/2015 07:40PM
Thoughts on her new do?
Originally posted 09/28/2010 10:00AM
Break out the fangs: The Twilight clan is set to welcome two more lucky actresses – Maggie Grace and Mackenzie Foy – to the upcoming Breaking Dawn movies.
Grace, 27, who played Shannon Rutherford during the first two seasons of Lost, has signed on to play Irina, a member of the Denali coven who blames the Cullens for the death of her lover, Deadline.com reports.
Meanwhile, Foy, a 9-year-old actress with no feature-film experience, is close to taking the role of Renesmee, Edward and Bella's vampire/human love child, according to EW.com.
Originally posted 11/10/2005 07:55AM
A bullet to the chest seemingly ended the run of one of the characters on Lost Wednesday night.
Originally posted 01/26/2005 06:00AM
She certainly has her share of troubles on the small screen as Shannon on the ABC hit Lost, but in her downtime, actress Maggie Grace is all smiles. "I try to take advantage of as much as I can on my days off living in Hawaii. It's absolutely surreal. I'm from Ohio, so I'm loving it," she tells us. "I learned to surf. I'm not very good yet but I did get my first wave a while ago. I've been hiking and we went deep sea fishing a few times. I did better than the boys, actually."
Originally posted 11/03/2004 06:00AM
Now that Sandra Bullock is done with her real estate ordeal (she was awarded $7 million last month after a dispute with a contractor over her Austin house), she can get back to the business of being a star and collecting accolades. Her most recent: the University of Virginia's Virginia Film Award, for her contributions to film and to the state. The Miss Congeniality star was modest in her acceptance. "I'm trying to add up what it was," Bullock said of her contributions at the ceremony in Charlottesville, Va. "If there was something that I did, it makes me really happy and really proud. I know it makes my family really happy and proud. My sister went to UVA. That was the exciting part. I got to come back to the place that I'd go visit her at – where the smart one in the family went to school." As for whether she's a real southerner, Bullock said: "I don't know what I am, to be honest. I was born in D.C., and raised between Arlington, Va., and Germany. My mother (opera singer Helga Bullock) was German. So if the opera seasons were in Vienna or wherever in Germany, that's where I was. Then back to Virginia. I'm like the rest of America, you know, a little bit of this, a little bit of that."
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