Keri gets a helping hand with the stroller from her 1-year-old son River Russell Deary whilst out in Chelsea on July 17 and out and about on July 16.
– Out and about: July 17, 2008
– Out and about: July 16, 2008
The golden Lasso of Truth won’t be needed to confirm the rumors: Keri Russell is indeed the star of the February 2009 animated DVD movie Wonder Woman, the next in a series from Warner Bros. and DC Comics following Tuesday’s release of Batman: Gotham Knight. (Check out the full poster here.) Continue reading ‘Wonder Woman’ DVD Movie
Keri received nominations for the Teen Choice 2008 Awards for Choice Movie Actress: Drama. The shows will air August 4 at 8 PM ET/PT on FOX. You can vote here
Choice Movie Actress: Drama
Kate Bosworth – 21
Keira Knightley – Atonement
Keri Russell – August Rush
Reese Witherspoon – Rendition
Scarlett Johansson – The Other Boleyn Girl
Keri out and about in West Hollywood on May 23
Before Felicity even premiered, Keri Russell was hailed as TV’s next “It” girl. With her head of lush ringlets and her intriguing take on the title character, the 22-year-old rookie made the coming-of-age college drama a hit. She even won a Best Actress Golden Globe before making headlines with a haircut that chopped ratings.
Post-Felicity, the former Disney Mouseketeer retreated to New York to break from her star-making role. She took supporting turns in Neil Labute’s Fat Pig off-Broadway, the Sundance hit The Upside of Anger, and Tom Cruise’s Mission: Impossible 3. In 2007, Russell made audiences laugh and weep as a Southern pregnant pie-maker in the indie hit Waitress, written by Adrienne Shelly, who was murdered before the film’s release. The CoverGirl spokeswoman married longtime boyfriend, contractor Shane Deary, with whom she had a baby boy named River. Continue reading Celebrity fun fact: Keri