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Redford was born in Santa Monica, because of course he was.
His father was a milkman but, in a page straight from the American Dream handbook, eventually became an accountant, moving his family to Van Nuys.
There, Redford played on the high school baseball team and, if looks are to be believed, slayed the entire female population.
A baseball scholarship to the University of Colorado followed, and I can just imagine him skamping all around Boulder, drinking beer and breaking hearts. But he had better things to do than play beer pong, so he traveled Europe, took painting at Pratt, and eventually got caught up in acting, making his way into the live television scene in New York, which was thriving in the ’50s.
Redford belongs to the class of actors I think of in my head as the silver foxes: indigenous to the ’60s and ’70s, they’ve ripened before our eyes.
Most of them have semi- or totally retired, some have passed away; all live in my memory both as their original, gorgeous selves and their well-lined, refined later-in-life iterations. They got to use their real names and marry whom they pleased.
Ahead of her meteoric rise, get the low down on Ana—and we've done the info-stalk, so you don't have to.
He’s classically handsome — the type of handsome on which you, your mom, your grandmother, and your best gay friend can all agree — with a flatness of expression that morphs sardonic when you least expect it.
Turns out he was a bit of a true liberal, but at the time, he had the looks of a jock, the demeanor of a respectable man, and just enough zest to titillate.
)But there's more to Miss de Armas than her cyber-wiles.
The Cuba-native is a bona fide star-on-the-rise and you're going to be seeing a lot more of her come 2018.
As Gosling's sexy hologram/android girlfriend, Joi spends a lot of her time playing house, changing outfits and—jel—rubbing up on the man himself.
(You also may remember her from that scene where she plays a huge holographic billboard with a blue wig—chic!