Piper perabo dating history

She’s also had parts in Save The Last Dance 2 and Step Up: All In.

Lorraine was a fabulous character, even if it's hard to accept Hilary Duff as a "Lorraine," really; she just doesn't look like one, you know?

After Perabo and Kay said "I do," the pair headed to their reception with a New Orleans-style band accompanying them, a source told Us Weekly.

Can you believe it’s been 15 years since Coyote Ugly first hit cinema screens? A decade and a half after shy songwriter Violet Sanford (AKA the film’s star Piper Perabo) headed to the bright lights of New York to persue her dream of a career in music, and we still can’t get past the opening bars of Can’t Fight The Moonlight without wanting to climb up onto the nearest bar and strut our stuff like a badass.

She will star alongside Daniel Sunjata (“Graceland”), Kate Jennings Grant, Aimee Teegarden and J. Josh Berman will executive produce and co-write with Allie Hagan, who will also serve as co-executive producer.

Geragos, Walker and Kenny Meiselas will executive produce alongside Jeff Kwatinetz, Josh Barry and Michael Engler, who will direct.

Piper Perabo is set to star in ABC’s “Notorious” pilot.

actress Piper Perabo married longtime boyfriend Stephen Kay on Saturday in New York City, her representative said.

Headey, ever modest, refuses to elaborate on this story, which sent industry gossip-mongers into a frenzy.

'Look, as far as I was concerned, I went to an audition, got a part and turned up on set.

I just wanted to work bloody hard in that role; I had no idea what had gone on behind the scenes.'Working hard is something that Headey believes passionately in.

After starring in blockbusters (she recently wrapped on Warner Bros' upcoming Spartan epic, 300) and low-budget indies alike (including the critical success Aberdeen, for which she won Best Actress at the 2001 Brussels European Film Festival), she seems to prefer the indies. I've had a good time on those big jobs - on 300, for example, the director Zack Snyder was just such a brilliant man, and there were no egos. But, generally, on smaller films there's a better atmosphere: it's more collaborative; people work much harder; the whole thing tends to be more rewarding.'Her most recent film, and the one we're here to talk about, was apparently one of the most rewarding of her career. A charming, bittersweet British comedy from first-time writer-director Ol Parker, Imagine Me and You trespasses on Working Title territory to explore the messiness and magic of love at first sight.