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Message par Milady le Dim 26 Mai - 21:15

Jennifer Morrison est née le 12 avril 1979 à Chicago dans l'Illinois aux Etats-Unis.
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Message par Milady le Dim 2 Juin - 18:23

Elle commence très tôt sa carrière comme enfant-mannequin dans des publicités.
Elle décroche son 1er rôle à 15 ans.

A partir de 2004, elle joue le Dr Allison Cameron dans Dr House. Elle quitte la série à la saison 7 (suite à la décision de la production). Elle revient ainsi pour l'épisode final de la série.
Jennifer avoue sans détour avoir rapidement tourné la page de cette époque : "Ce fut une expérience formidable mais je dois reconnaître franchement que Dr House ne me manque pas du tout."
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Message par Milady le Dim 2 Juin - 18:26

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Message par Milady le Dim 2 Juin - 18:32

Des questions, des déclarations, des oeuvres d'art à lui transmettre?
Son OUAT FansBook est là:
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Message par Milady le Mar 25 Juin - 9:45

A l'affiche du film Some Girls

Juste avant de se marier, un écrivain à succès décide de voyager à travers les États-Unis pour répondre à ses cinq ex-petites amies.
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Message par Milady le Mar 25 Juin - 19:36

Le 19 Mai, Jennifer participait au Billboard Music Awards 2013
qui se déroulait au MGM Grand Garden Arena à Las Vegas
avec une robe très  Shocked
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Message par Milady le Sam 29 Juin - 16:52


Des photos de Jennifer Morrison à la première de son film Some Girls à Los Angeles avec une robe plus soft que celle des photos précédentes et avec une très jolie petite couronne tressée en coiffure.

Une petite séance de  dédicace pour ses fans.


http://www.justjared.com/photo-gallery/2899224/kate-walsh-jennifer-morrison-some-girls-premiere-16/
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Message par Petit pois le Sam 29 Juin - 17:43

Waouh, la "robe" noire...
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Message par Milady le Sam 20 Juil - 10:33

SDCC- repas avec le cast de Once Upon a Time

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Message par Milady le Sam 20 Juil - 17:56


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Message par Milady le Mar 20 Aoû - 21:09

Un article là
http://www.pressandguide.com/articles/2013/08/20/life/doc521390f76e903460874547.txt

Storybrooke
Published: Tuesday, August 20, 2013
by Kurt Anthony Krug

What does the daughter of Snow White and Prince Charming have in common with the mother of Capt. James T. Kirk of the starship Enterprise?

Jennifer Morrison.

The 34-year-old actress has played both. She portrayed Winona Kirk, the mother of space-faring hero Captain Kirk (Chris Pine, who replaced William Shatner) in director J.J. Abrams' 2009 "Star Trek" reboot, and currently plays Emma Swan on ABC's fantasy drama "Once Upon A Time,"

"I honestly didn't know that much about it. I thought it would be to my detriment in my audition, but it turned out, actually, to be in my benefit because J.J. wanted to be very true to the mythology of 'Star Trek' and he needed to have a fresh energy to bring to it in that moment," she recalled. "So I think my not knowing that much about it probably added to it because I didn't have it in my head that things had to be a certain way, had to be said in a certain way.

“I just came in and interpreted the character the way I imagined her in my mind instead of having anything else attached to it. That ended up helping me."

The second season of "Once" is available on DVD and BluRay. The series returns for a third season Sept. 29. A spin-off series, "Once Upon A Time in Wonderland," debuts Oct. 10.

In "Once," classic fairy tale characters — Snow White, Prince Charming, Rumpelstiltskin and the Queen of Hearts, among others — are removed from their fantasy settings and shunted into a contemporary sleepy American town called Storybrooke without any memory of their previous lives, thanks to the dark magic of the Evil Queen (Lana Parrilla). However, it's prophesized that Emma, whom Snow (Ginnifer Goodwin) mystically sent to America before the queen's spell would take effect, would save these people and help them regain their memories.

She does just that in the first season.

"(In Season 2), there's a lot going on for Emma emotionally. She was once a person who was broken, but now she's a person who truly connected and reconnected with her son (Jared S. Gilmore) — that's opened the door for so many stories. Having been stuck in Fairy Tale-land with (Snow), who she now knows is her mother," Morrison said. "There's so much stuff going on for her emotionally; it's forcing her out of her comfort zone constantly.

“Emma’s continuing to face situations that force her to deal with her emotions and feelings she's had to put away from a long time."

In the third season, Emma, Snow, the Evil Queen, Prince Charming (Josh Dallas) and Capt. Hook (Colin O’Donoghue) join forces to save Emma’s son from Peter Pan.

"Emma is obviously the rising force of the story moving forward, but it really is a great ensemble of actors to be a part of," Morrison said. "The show is really about exploring relationships with parents and children — parents who were present and not present, the decisions they make, and how that impacts us in the long run. As the show moves on, we discover more and more how people are actually related to each other in our story.

“It definitely explores parental love; how wonderful, complicated, and devastating it can be."

Interestingly enough, Morrison, who made her acting debut in 1994's "Intersection" as Richard Gere’s daughter, wasn't necessarily looking to do series television again when she received the pilot script for "Once" after playing Dr. Allison Cameron for six seasons on "House, M.D." However, she was impressed by the writing.

"The script was really extraordinary; it was unlike anything I ever, ever read. It had such an outrageous concept, but it made sense. It was so clear, so inventive, and so creative," she said. "Emma is such an attractive character to me because she covers the whole spectrum. She went through so much in her life and is so damaged.

“She has this tough exterior, but there's this wounded part of her that's so close to the surface. It was a nice opportunity to take on a character with so much going on."

Fairy tales have become very prevalent in pop culture in recent years. In addition to the "Once" franchise, NBC's "Grimm" is another fantasy drama steeped in fairy tale lore. Last year's "Enchanted" and "Snow White and the Huntsman" were decidedly different takes on Snow White. This year's "Hansel & Gretl: Witch Hunters" was critically panned but made approximately $225 million to warrant a sequel.

One reason for this resurgence of fairy tales is purely commercial because "everything is being recycled, sequeled, prequeled, reused, and abused. There is so much media and writers are desperate," according to George Popovich, a professor at Henry Ford Community College in Dearborn who'll be teaching a science-fiction, fantasy and horror film class this fall.

"The other reasons lie in the fact that traditional fairy tales take us into dark places of the psyches and subconscious. Fairy tales are the nightmares of the adults that wrote them. Most are not for children.”

Morrison also gave her take.

"We're in a time in the world and a lot of things are different than what feels comfortable, searching for what that means in our lives," she said. "Fairy tales, from a psychological perspective, are really about finding yourself and discovering who you truly are — your morality, your ethics, and your values — that's all built into the storytelling of ('Once').

“Whether it's close to the surface or buried underneath, people respond to that. We're drawn subconsciously to that kind of storytelling where people are rediscovering themselves with some form of hope underneath it."

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