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The Top Five Jennifer Tilly Movie Roles of Her Career

Jennifer Tilly is an actress and a professional poker player who was born on September 16, 1958, in Harbor City, Los Angeles. She launched her acting career in 1983 when she had a small role in ‘Hill Street Blues’. She made her film debut the following year when she played Mona in ‘No Small Affair’. She has gone on to build an impressive list of credits as an actress in both film and television. She has also achieved success in her other career as a poker player and is a bracelet winner of the World Series of Poker Ladies’ Event.

The Top Five Jennifer Tilly Movie Roles of Her Career
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Jon Cryer Reveals That He Dated Demi Moore 30 Years Ago When Her Ex-Husband Ashton Kutcher "Was 7"—Watch!

Jon Cryer Reveals That He Dated Demi Moore 30 Years Ago When Her Ex-Husband Ashton Kutcher
Hollywood is a very small town. In his newly released memoir, So That Happened, Jon Cryer revealed that he once romanced his Two and a Half Men co-star Ashton Kutcher's ex-wife, Demi Moore. Jon, 49, recalled that he and Demi, 52, dated 30 years ago, around the time that they co-starred in the 1984 romantic comedy No Small Affair. When Ashton, 37, replaced Charlie Sheen on CBS' Two and a Half Men in 2011, Jon was afraid to tell him that they shared a mutual ex. "It was awkward in that I'm not sure she even told him that we dated," the actor told Entertainment Tonight Monday. "In our first meeting, we're trying to have that let's-create-that-chemistry meeting, and the whole time I'm...
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Jon Cryer Says He Dated Demi Moore Before Ashton Kutcher -- and Talks Hookers!

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Jon Cryer's coming clean about his past!  The "Two and a Half Men" star opens up about his dating history in his new memoir, "So That Happened," and spoke candidly up about the tell-all in an interview with Entertainment Tonight.  In the book, Cryer reveals that he and Demi Moore started dating while filming their 1984 romantic comedy, "No Small Affair -- and Demi never told Jon's "Two and a Half Men" costar Ashton Kutcher about their relationship!   "It was awkward in that I'm not sure she even told him that we dated," Cryer confessed in the interview posted on Monday. "In our first meeting, we're trying to have that let's-create-that-chemistry meeting and the whole time I'm looking at him, waiting for him to drop the bomb," he continued.  Demi and Ashton officially finalized their divorce in November 2013 after 8 years of marriage -- during the same time Jon and Kutcher
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Jon Cryer, in New Memoir, Reveals He Dated Demi Moore – Before His Costar Ashton Kutcher!

Jon Cryer, in New Memoir, Reveals He Dated Demi Moore – Before His Costar Ashton Kutcher!
Jon Cryer has more in common with his Two and a Half Men costar Ashton Kutcher than fans may realize.

The actor, 49, revealed in his new memoir So That Happened a piece of his dating history involving Kutcher's ex-wife Demi Moore, 52.

Cryer and the actress dated 30 years ago around the time that they starred together in the 1984 romantic comedy No Small Affair, he revealed in the new tell-all, which hit shelves Tuesday.

The most awkward part? They didn't exactly tell his sitcom buddy upfront.

"It was awkward in that I'm not sure she even told him that we dated," Cryer
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Jon Cryer Reveals in Memoir That He Dated Demi Moore Long Before Ashton Kutcher, Admits to Hiring Prostitutes

Jon Cryer Reveals in Memoir That He Dated Demi Moore Long Before Ashton Kutcher, Admits to Hiring Prostitutes
It turns out that Jon Cryer shares a bond with his former costar Ashton Kutcher that goes beyond Two and a Half Men. Cryer revealed in his new memoir, So That Happened, that he dated Demi Moore many years before Kutcher began seeing her. More than three decades ago, the Pretty in Pink actor, 49, and fellow brat packer Moore, 52, starred in the 1984 flick No Small Affair. While their relationship fizzled out, Cryer revealed just how small of a world Hollywood is when Kutcher came [...]
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Lolita Davidovich Will Take The Longest Ride

Normally, Nicholas Sparks adaptations are nothing to get excited about, but the cast that is coming together for The Longest Ride, Fox’s latest attempt to find Notebook-style success with a tearjerker from the prolific author, is unusually interesting. We previously reported that Scott Eastwood (yes, son of Clint), Boardwalk Empire actor Jack Huston and acting veteran Alan Alda had boarded the project in leading roles, joining Game of Thrones actress Oona Chaplin and Under the Dome star Britt Robertson, and now we’ve learned that Lolita Davidovich has also signed on.

Davidovich, who recently appeared alongside the late James Gandolfini in HBO original movie Cinema Verite, will play the protective mother of Eastwood’s character, a cowboy who goes out during a blizzard in a race against time to save his family ranch and the love of his life (Robertson). His path intersects with that of an imperiled older
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Alan Alda To Star In Nicholas Sparks Adaptation The Longest Ride

We’ve really missed seeing living legend Alan Alda (M*A*S*H) at the movies. Outside of playing the antagonist in the forgettable Ben Stiller/Eddie Murphy caper Tower Heist and taking a small supporting role in the also dreary Wanderlust, Alda has been largely absent from the big screen. Luckily, that’s changing now that he has booked the lead role in Nicholas Sparks adaptation The Longest Ride.

In the film, a romantic drama set up over at Fox 2000, Alda will play a man stuck in his car after crashing on an isolated road during a heavy snowstorm. Fighting to stay conscious as he awaits rescuers, the man sees visions of the love of his life, who previously passed away. Meanwhile, outside of the car, there is another romance playing out between a young art history major and a handsome bull rider, who fall in love despite their different personalities,
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