Cameron Diaz


A tall, strikingly appealing blue-peered toward characteristic blonde, Cameron Diaz was brought into the world in 1972 in San Diego, the little girl of a Cuban-American dad and a German mother. Self portrayed as "daring, autonomous and an intense child," Cameron ventured out from home at 16 and for the following 5 years lived in such fluctuated districts as Japan, Australia, Mexico, Morocco, and Paris. Getting back to California at 21 years old, she was filling in as a model when she tried out for a major part in The Veil (1994). Incredibly and regardless of having no past acting experience, she was given a role as the female lead in the film inverse Jim Carrey. Throughout the following 3 years, she sharpened her acting abilities in such low spending free movies as The Last Dinner (1995); Feeling Minnesota (1996); and Head Above Water (1996). She got back to standard movies in My Closest Companion's Wedding (1997), in which she stood her ground against veteran entertainer Julia Roberts. She acquired undeniable star status in 1998 for her presentation in the movies crush There is something in particular About Mary (1998). With her name close to the top on practically every rundown of Hollyood's hottest entertainers, and solidly settled as probably the most smoking property and generally sought after entertainers, Cameron Diaz seems to have all things needed to get one of the whizzes of the new century.



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