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Drew Barrymore

Drew was born into the fabulously theatrical Barrymore family on February 22. 1975. With her lineage, it was almost a foregone conclusion that she would become an actress, and it was not long before that proved to be the case. Before she could walk or talk, she had appeared in several television commercials, but there were bigger things in young Drew’s future. First, an appearance in the made for tv movie, “Suddenly Love” in ‘78 and then two other projects two years later. But it was her role in 1982’s “E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial” that gained her widespread fame. It is that role that many people know her best from, even to this day.

In 1984, Drew starred in “Irreconcilable Differences” and then followed up with two Stephen King projects, “Firestarter” and “Cat’s Eye” In 1985, Drew returned to television with “The Adventures of Con Sawyer and Hucklemary Finn”, as well as ‘86’s “Babes in Toyland”. 

Following rehab for drugs and alcohol addiction, plus a breast reduction surgery at 16, Drew’s career remained quiet for awhile. She came back to the screen however with a role as a teen temptress in “Poison Ivy”, followed by a string of popular movies including: “Batman Forever”, “The Wedding Singer”, “Charlie’s Angels” and “Fifty First Dates”.  Drew also wrote a book, called “Little Girl Lost” which chronicled her addictions and rehab efforts before she was even a teen, and has appeared in Playboy.

Drew allows her hair to be part of her character’s persona when she is onscreen and has changed it dramatically for roles. She looks the most natural with the mid length, golden blonde cut that she is wearing for her new Revlon make up campaigns.





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