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Examples of "heigl"
He directed the romantic comedy "The Ugly Truth", which opened in July 2009. Starring Katherine Heigl and Gerard Butler, the film follows a morning show producer (Heigl) who sets out to disprove the outrageous relationship theories of her chauvinistic correspondent (Butler). Luketic next directed the action-comedy "Killers", starring Heigl and Ashton Kutcher.
Speculation as to whether Heigl would leave "Grey's Anatomy" lingered through most of season six. On March 11, 2010, Heigl reportedly did not show up for work on the show, and Heigl and series creator Shonda Rhimes subsequently reached an agreement to immediately release Heigl from her contract. As a result, Heigl's appearance on the January 21 episode of "Grey's Anatomy" was her final appearance of that season and, thus far, in the series. Heigl said that she left the show to focus not on her film career, but on her family.
Despite the poor reception, author Janet Evanovich was delighted with how the film turned out and did some joint interviews with Heigl to promote the film. Evanovich stated that she would now envision Heigl as Stephanie when writing the character.
Heigl is a German language surname. Notable people with the name include:
Heigl is a strong proponent of organ donation, working as a spokesperson for Donate Life America. When Heigl was 7 years old, her brother Jason died as a result of injuries sustained in a car accident. Heigl's family chose to donate Jason's organs to people in need of organ transplants. Heigl cites this experience as a major motivating factor behind her activism for organ donation.
He most recently appeared in the film "Killers", along with Katherine Heigl and Ashton Kutcher.
In January 2008, Heigl starred with James Marsden in the film "27 Dresses", for which she received $6 million USD. The "New York Post" expressed some disappointment with the mismatch of Heigl's talent and the film's "chick-flick" triviality, suggesting Heigl might be more compatible "with female directors such as Kimberly Peirce ("Boys Don't Cry") or Tamara Jenkins ("The Savages")...". Heigl was announced the "Most Desirable Woman of 2008", according to AskMen.com.
He appeared in Val Kilmer’s independent film "Riddle" and the film "One for the Money" starring Katherine Heigl.
Critical Assembly is a 2003 television film directed by Eric Laneuville. It stars Katherine Heigl and Kerr Smith.
As a result of his brother Josh Kelley's marriage, Kelley is the brother in-law of actress Katherine Heigl.
Among the more than 250,000 people born at Columbia Hospital for Women were Duke Ellington, Al Gore, and Katherine Heigl.
She appeared in the movie "Killers," released June 4, 2010, along with Ashton Kutcher, Katherine Heigl, Tom Selleck and Usher.
In January 2014, it was reported that Heigl would return to television in an NBC drama series named "State of Affairs" about a CIA attache. The show was cancelled in 2015. In 2017, Heigl replaced KaDee Strickland in the lead role of Sadie Ellis, in the CBS legal drama "Doubt". However, the show premiered to low ratings and was canceled after just two episodes.
This film is notable for the fact that both Eliza Dushku (of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" fame) and Katherine Heigl (of "Grey's Anatomy" fame) made their first film appearances in it, sharing a few scenes. Dushku was eleven years old at that time, and Heigl was thirteen.
Killers is a 2010 American action comedy film directed by Robert Luketic and starring Katherine Heigl and Ashton Kutcher. The film was released on June 4, 2010. The film centers on a young woman (Heigl) who meets a man (Kutcher) who turns out to be an assassin.
In February 2013, it was reported that Heigl had joined Ben Lewin's romantic drama "A Moment to Remember". Filming has yet to take place. In April 2013, she appeared alongside Robert De Niro, Diane Keaton and Susan Sarandon in "The Big Wedding". In June 2013, Heigl began appearing in a television commercial for Vicks' ZzzQuil.
Kara Nesvig of the "Star Tribune" said "the dialogue is snappy and sexy, Heigl and Butler spar with zingy chemistry, and though the ending is as predictable as you'd assume, it's a sexy sort of popcorn flick". Nesvig praises Heigl saying the film "adds up to more than the sum of its clichés".
Izzie was created by "Grey's Anatomy" producer Shonda Rhimes, with actress Katherine Heigl cast in the role. Heigl originally wanted to play Izzie as a brunette, but was requested to retain her natural blond for the part. Heigl's comprehension of medical procedures and terminology is slight; the actress explained that while she has an admiration for doctors, she is not as fascinated by medicine as other cast members. When Kate Walsh's character Addison Montgomery left "Grey's Anatomy" to launch the spin-off show "Private Practice", Heigl disclosed that she had hoped for a spin-off for Izzie.
Heigl started her career as a child model with Wilhelmina Models before turning her attention to acting. She made her film debut in "That Night" (1992) and later appeared in "My Father the Hero" (1994) as well as "" (1995). From 1999 to 2002, Heigl co-starred as Isabel Evans on the television series "Roswell". Additionally, she has established herself as a cover model, appearing in numerous publications including "Maxim", "Vanity Fair" and "Cosmopolitan". Heigl is married to singer Josh Kelley, with whom she has two adopted daughters and a biological son.
When Heigl was nine, an aunt visiting the family decided to take a number of photographs of her. After returning to her home in New York, her aunt sent the photos to a number of modeling agencies, with the permission of Heigl's parents. Within a few weeks, she signed with Wilhelmina Models as a child model. Soon after signing with the agency, a client slated Heigl for use in a magazine advertisement where she made her debut. At the time, she was earning $75 an hour posing for Sears and Lord & Taylor catalogs. Heigl first appeared in a national television spot for Cheerios cereal.