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Russell stays under the radar

Keri Russell knows celebrity cuts both ways. A decade ago when she was a Hollywood It girl and star of TV’s Felicity, she hacked off her then-iconic tresses and suffered a backlash that would have made Kate Gosling’s extensions stand on end.

By those standards, the 33-year-old Russell reports she is now comparatively anonymous — a development about which she couldn’t be more pleased. At last, no one has an opinion on how long — or short — her curls are. Continue reading Russell stays under the radar

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Keri about new movie and her son

Keri Russell, star of ‘Extraordinary Measures,’ on raising kids in NYC, her favorite Brooklyn spots.

Q. After living in California for so many years, why did you make the move to Manhattan?
A. I just wanted a break for a little bit. I wanted to change. I’m so glad I did because, for the first time, ­really, because I was working, I got to be with girlfriends. I got to go to birthday parties and go out dancing, and just read books all day. I did not work, and I did not have to read scripts. I just acted like a kid. Continue reading Keri about new movie and her son

Categories Candids

Keri at Letterman

Keri outside the Ed Sullivan Theater for the ‘Late Show With David Letterman’.

GALLERY LINKS:
– Candids January 13 2010

Categories Candids

Candids – January 13

Keri was spotted heading over to CBS Studios in Manhattan for an appearance on “The Early Show” today.
The “Felicity” babe looked to be in good spirits as she strolled up to the building, sporting a black jacket, white blouse, tan trousers, and funky heels. Keri is on the promotional trail to drum up interest in her new movie “Extraordinary Measures,” hitting theaters January 22nd and starring Brendan Fraser and Harrison Ford.

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– Candids January 13 2010

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Keri Russell on GDLA and Early Show

Actress Keri Russell drops “Good Day LA” to talk about her latest movie “Extraordinary Measures” which was inspired by a true story. In the movie Brendan Fraser and Keri played parents who attempt to raise more than $100 million to launch biotechnology companies to develop a treatment for the rare disease affecting two of their three children.

Today she was on The Early Show.

I also added screencaptures from both of her apperance and these shows.
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– Talk Shows
Good Day – January 12 2010
– Talk Shows The Early Show – January 13 2009