June 26, 2011 |
Celebrities gathered en masse on the lawn of Veterans Affairs campus for "A Time for Heroes," a June 12 benefit for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. As the day's heroes, the stars, including Ashlee Simpson, Ashley Tisdale, Olivia Munn, Laila Ali, Mira Sorvino, Eva La Rue, Angus T. Jones, Melissa Rivers and Zachary Levi, mingled among guests and manned carnival-style booths. Chad Michael Murray of "One Tree Hill" supervised a rock-climbing wall, while Tatyana Ali of "The Young and the Restless" helped youngsters string beads.
April 10, 2009 |
Mira Sorvino has only called California home for just shy of a decade, but the actress has been a known quantity in Hollywood for far longer. She first Ever since the thespian burst onto the scene in the mid-1990s with high-profile roles such as her turn as a the shrill-voiced hooker with a shrill voice in Woody Allen's "Mighty Aphrodite." in the mid 1990s, she has been working steadily.
January 23, 2009 |
Forget boy meets girl, boy loses girl, etc. Knight finds holy relic, knight hides holy relic, modern archaeologist/art historian/guy on the street races Dark Forces to get holy relic --that's the way to go these days. Think "The Da Vinci Code," "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" or even "National Treasure: Book of Secrets."
October 24, 2005 |
In "Human Trafficking," a four-hour, two-part miniseries airing at 9 tonight and Tuesday on Lifetime, Mira Sorvino plays a New York City detective who joins U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to bust up a sex-slavery ring. Eventually, Sorvino's tough-but-tender, tender-but-tough Kate will go undercover, posing as a Russian mail-order bride.
October 2, 2003 |
The geometry of jealousy and lust, in its classic form, is the love triangle. Tonight's "Will & Grace" involves what can best be described as a love pentagon. Forming one of its sides is guest star Mira Sorvino, who plays the alcoholic ex-girlfriend of Grace's husband, Leo, portrayed by semi-regular star Harry Connick Jr. They're joined by series mainstays Grace (recent Emmy-winner Debra Messing), Will (Eric McCormack) and Karen (Megan Mullally) in the web of desire.
April 20, 2002 |
Memo to studios: Mira Sorvino is ready to do a big fat Hollywood comedy. Anyone who has forgotten how funny Sorvino can be need only see "The Triumph of Love," an 18th century screwball sex farce that opened Wednesday in which she plays a princess bent on seducing a pompous philosopher (Ben Kingsley) and his spinster sister (Fiona Shaw) in order to restore her true love (Jay Rodan) to his rightful place on the throne. Sorvino's comedic gifts have not been demonstrated much in recent years.