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Family of American actors, including Lionel (1878-1954), who won an Oscar in 1931 for Free Soul; his sister Ethel (1879-1959), who appeared mainly on stage but also won an Academy Award in 1944 for None but the Lonely Heart; and their brother John (1882-1942), known as “the Great Profile,” who appeared on stage as Hamlet and Richard III and in many motion pictures, including Dinner at Eight (1933).
The parody followed the format of the original show and had Andy Samberg playing Billy Bob Thorton, an actress impersonating Anna Faris, Drew Barrymore playing Sharon Osbourne and Justin Long impersonating Matthew McConaughey.
Drew Barrymore recommends enjoying favorite foods, and simply eating less of them, whereas Jessica Alba extols a more structured regimen of produce, lean sources of protein, and the avoidance of sugar and carbohydrates.
Written by Melissa Mathison, the story takes place in 'middle America', mainly in the home of a divorced woman and her kids Eliot (Henry Thomas), Michael (Robert MacNaughton) and Gertie (Drew Barrymore).
Catering to celebrities like Cher, Drew Barrymore and Madonna, the artist and the businessman behind the line have brought their dream of quality cosmetics with color variety and creativity to life.
Steven Spielberg's film about an alien stranded on earth and a group of children that befriended him was the role that made seven-year-old Drew Barrymore a bankable Hollywood starlet.