Artists for Peace and Justice 'A Ring to Educate a Child in Haiti' launch event at Vhernier Beverly Hills
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Elizabeth Maresal Mitchell (born February 10, 1974), known professionally as Elizabeth Banks, is an American actress. Banks had her film debut in the low-budget independent film Surrender Dorothy. Since then, she is best known for her roles in the films Definitely, Maybe, Zack and Miri Make a Porno, W., Role Models, Wet Hot American Summer, The Uninvited and the Spider-Man franchise.
On television, Banks currently stars in the recurring role of Avery Jessup on the sitcom 30 Rock. Previously, Banks had starred in the recurring role of Dr. Kim Briggs on Scrubs from 2006 to 2009.
Eva Maria Livia Amurri (born March 15, 1985) is an American actress.
Amurri was born in New York City, New York, the daughter of Italian director Franco Amurri, and American actress Susan Sarandon. Her grandfather was television writer Antonio Amurri, and her aunt is television writer Valentina Amurri. She attended Friends Seminary (Manhattan) for middle school, and graduated from Saint Ann's School in Brooklyn, NY and Brown University in 2007, majoring in Italian studies.
She is currently engaged to retired Major League Soccer player and current ESPN and ESPN2 soccer color commentator Kyle Martino. Amurri formerly dated Mark Del Giudice, from the rock band Goodbye Soundscape
AnnaLynne McCord (born July 16, 1987) is an American actress. Known for playing a range of vixen-type roles, McCord first gained prominence in 2007 as the scheming Eden Lord on the FX television series Nip/Tuck, and as the pampered Loren Wakefield on the MyNetworkTV telenovela American Heiress. In film, she has appeared in the action feature Transporter 2, as well as the thriller Day of the Dead.
In 2008, she was the second actor to be cast in the CW series 90210, portraying antiheroine Naomi Clark. Initially, the part of Clark was conceived as a supporting role. By the end of the first season, however, various media outlets had begun referring to McCord as the series' lead.
Apart from acting, she has also contributed to charities in her free time, and has been labeled by the Look to the Stars organization as "one of the strongest young female philanthropists standing up in Hollywood and fighting for the charities she believes in." In 2009, McCord was nominated for a Teen Choice Award, and received the Hollywood Life Young Hollywood Superstar of Tomorrow award. For the role of Naomi Clark, she won a Breakthrough of the Year Award in the category of "Breakthrough Standout Performance" in 2010.