Drew Barrymore (born 22.02.75) Drew Barrymore is an American actress, screenwriter, film director, producer, model and author best known for her roles in 'E.T. The Extra Terrestrial', 'Donnie Darko', 'Scream' and '50 First Dates'.
Net Worth: According to Celebrity Net Worth in 2013, Drew Barrymore has a net worth of 125 million USD.
Childhood: Drew Barrymore was born in Culver City, to Jade and John Barrymore. Her parent divorced when she was nine years old. As well as having five sibling, Barrymore has a predominantly actor-based family. Her father, John, was arguably the most famous actor of his day, and her godfather is Steven Spielberg.
Career: At 11 months old, she appeared in a dog food commercial after attending the audition and being bitten by the dog. Instead of crying, she laughed, landing her the part. In 1980, she appeared briefly in the film 'Altered State', before appearing in her breakout role in 'E.T. The Extra Terrestrial' the next year. After spending her late childhood going through a rebellious phase a result of sudden stardom, Barrymore channelled this new persona into films like 1992's 'Poison Ivy', and 1993's 'Guncrazy'. In 1995, she appeared alongside Whoopi Goldberg in 'Boys on the Side', before appearing in a cameo in 'Batman Forever'. The following year, she made an appearance in the film 'Scream', before settling into a more comfortable career path with regular starring roles in romantic comedies. She appeared in 'Wishful Thinking' in 1997, 'The Wedding Singer' in 1998, and 'Home Fries' in 1998. In the year 2000, Barrymore was nominated for a Primetime Emmy award for her part in 'Olive, the Other Reindeer'. The same year, she appeared in the film 'Charlie's Angels' before starring in the drama 'Riding in Cars with Boys' the following year. In 2003, she reprised her role in the 'Charlie's Angels' sequel, 'Full Throttle'. The following year, she made her directorial debut with the television documentary, 'Choose or Lose Presents: The Best Place to Start' about the US election process. She made her feature film directorial debut in 2009, with 'Whip It', which she also appeared in.
Personal Life: Barrymore was first engaged in 1991 at the age of 16, to Leland Hayward, although the marriage was called off after a few months. She then became engaged to Jamie Walters in 1992, and lived with him until they broke up in 1993. She married her first husband, Jeremy Thomas, in 1994 when she was 19. They were divorced two months later. In 1999, she began dating comedian Tom Green, and they became engaged in July 2000. After marring in July 2001, they filed for divorce in December of the same year. It was finalised in October, 2002, the same year Barrymore began a five-year relationship with Fabrizio Moretti from The Strokes. In 2011, she met Will Kopelman, and they were married in June, 2012. The couple have two daughters together.
Honoree Drew Barrymore - ASPCA 19th Annual Bergh Ball honoring Drew Barrymore, hosted by Nathan Lane wiith music by Mark Ronson at the Plaza Hotel - New York, New York, United States - Thursday 14th April 2016
Barrymore had grown very close with her in-laws, and the split has affected her greatly, according to a source talking to Entertainment Tonight.
Less than a week after she confirmed her split from her third husband Will Kopelman, new details have emerged about Drew Barrymore’s efforts to make their marriage a lasting one.
The 41 year old actress, a former child star of E.T. and star of dozens of blockbusters, announced her split from her art dealer husband Kopelman last week, with the mutual intention to divorce. They have two young daughters together – Olive (3) and Frankie (1).
Drew Barrymore with Will Kopelman in 2013
The couple have split after nearly four years of marriage.
Drew Barrymore and husband Will Kopelman have confirmed they are divorcing in a joint statement. The couple, who married in June 2012 have two children together daughters Olive and Frankie and have said that the end of their relationship will not take away from them continuing to be a family.
Drew Barrymore has confirmed her divorce from husband Will Kopelman.
In a statement to People the couple said: "Sadly our family is separating legally, although we do not feel this takes away from us being a family. Divorce might make one feel like a failure, but eventually you start to find grace in the idea that life goes on."
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Kopelman is Barrymore’s third husband and the couple have been married for nearly four years.
Drew Barrymore has reportedly split from her husband of nearly four years, art consultant Will Kopelman. The couple, who married in June 2012 have two children together, daughters Olive and Frankie and are said to want to “remain close” for the sake of their family.
Drew Barrymore has reportedly split from husband Will Kopelman.
A source told the New York Post's Page Six: “They’ve been having some difficulties, but they remain close for the sake of their kids.” Another source added, “Drew had a very rebellious and wild childhood, with no family around her, and while she is a very different person now, and a great mother, some of that can stay with you.”
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There isn't much originality in this rude female-led comedy, but its observations on single life are a nicely updated twist on the Sex and the City formula. The film is also often very funny, keeping the energy levels high while refusing to go down the usual narrative route in each of the loosely intertwined plot-strands.
It's set in New York, of course, where Alice (Dakota Johnson) is newly single and starting a new job. Her colleague Robin (Rebel Wilson) takes her under her wing, teaching her how to be single in the big city. Alice's sister Meg (Leslie Mann) is a maternity doctor who's suddenly feeling the need to have a child of her own. Then just as she becomes pregnant using a sperm bank, she meets the outrageously charming Ken (Jake Lacy), who she thinks might be too young for her. Meanwhile, Alice's neighbour Lucy (Alison Brie) is flirting with the womanising local barman Tom (Anders Holm) as she looks for her perfect man.
Yes, this is another movie in which women define themselves by their aching need for a man. This kind of undermines the "you have to be happy on your own" message, although at least the three main romantic-comedy plots don't fit into the usual cliched structure. The film is packed with frank, girly conversations, exploring how it feels to be single in a society in which coupling up is seen as the ultimate goal. So while commenting on every possible aspect of sex and relationships, the script also tries to say that it's perfectly fine to remain happily unattached. Thankfully, the cast is grounded enough to balance the comedy and romance in realistic situations. Johnson, Brie and Mann all deliver funny, revealing performances as smart women who make silly decisions. Wilson, by contrast, is mere comic relief in the same role she always plays.
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The totem pole, belonging to the Tlingit tribe native to Alaska, was taken by actor John Barrymore in 1931 and displayed in his garden.
A totem pole taken from Alaska by Drew Barrymore’s grandfather nearly a century ago has been returned to members of a tribe in its native land.
John Barrymore, an acting legend himself, is said to have spotted the spiritual artefact in an unoccupied village while yachting near the Alaskan coast back in 1931. He instructed crew members to go ashore and retrieve it, who then sawed the 40-foot pole into three pieces and stowed it away on board.
Drew Barrymore's grandfather, John Barrymore, took the artefact from Alaska in 1931
The 'Miss You Already' star also shared about her coping strategy and how she beat the depression in a cover story for People.
Drew Barrymore has revealed that she suffered from post-partum depression for a lengthy period after giving birth to her second child last year.
The actress, and recent star of the well-received Miss You Already, welcomed her second daughter, Olive, into the world 18 months ago, a younger sister for her first daughter Frankie, now 3. However, the struggles of juggling work and motherhood took their toll on Barrymore after a while, and she opened up to suffering from the condition for approximately six months.
Drew Barrymore shared her experience with post-partum depression after having her second daughter
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The latter would've done anything for the role, and the former can't wait to show it to her kids.
In Catherine Hardwicke's new film Miss You Already, Toni Collette plays a lively woman who is diagnosed with breast cancer just as her lifelong best friend, played by Drew Barrymore, is starting infertility treatment. But this certainly isn't the usual chick flick, which is what drew Collette to the role.
Drew Barrymore and Toni Collette are firm friends after epic drama 'Miss You Already'
"When I read the script, it's so clever and witty that I got lost in it. It's almost like I had no choice," she says. "It just spoke to me in ways that I really couldn't understand at the time. I loved that it seamlessly moved between moments that were very poignant, moments that were very deeply moving and those that were hysterically funny and had me screaming with laughter. It represents the way we really exist in the world. And I loved that my character was kind of spiky - she deflects any kind of sympathy."
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This may be a drama about breast cancer, but it's astutely written and played with a jagged sense of humour that makes it thoroughly entertaining. Anchored by energetic, emotionally resonant performances from Drew Barrymore and Toni Collette, the film is also a sharp depiction of lifelong friends who travel through some enormous events together. And by keeping everything so funny and honest, it's even more moving than expected.
Jess and Milly (Barrymore and Collette) have grown up together in London, outsiders who always had each others' backs. Their respective spouses Jago and Kit (Paddy Considine and Dominic Cooper) have become part of their extended family, as are Milly's two sparky kids (Honor Kneafsey and Ryan Lennon Baker) and Milly's diva mum (Jacqueline Bisset). Jess has never been able to get pregnant, so she and Jago are undergoing fertility treatment. And just as Jess finds out that she's pregnant, Milly is diagnosed with cancer. Both are understandably nervous about sharing their news. Then things get even more strained when Milly's relationship with Kit falters, and she starts flirting shamelessly with a local barman (Tyson Ritter).
Morwenna Banks' screenplay may have a fairly standard structure, but its details are fresh and unusually balanced, cleverly deepening the characters and never letting the movie fall into sentimental sappiness. Indeed, as the emotions get more intense, the interaction gets edgier and the jokes dirtier. Both Barrymore and Collette shine in their roles. With the showier, more wrenching character, Collette brings a raucous feistiness that's utterly infectious, even when Milly does something she knows is wrong. She is certainly not a cancer "victim"! And Barrymore digs much deeper than usual as Jess, deploying her impeccable comic timing to draw out the character's inner yearnings. Opposite them, both Considine and Cooper are excellent in roles that are more textured than the usual long-suffering husbands.
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Milly has rather a modest life as a community gardener, living on a boat in London with her long term boyfriend Jago with whom she is trying for a baby. And while her relationship with Jago is at its peak, Milly's real soulmate is in her best friend Jess; a rather more outspoken woman with a booming career, husband and two children, and who has been by Milly's side since they were very small children. They have always been there for each other despite how different they are, but their friendship is about to be tested for the first time when Jess is suddenly diagnosed with breast cancer. Now with mortality threatening to break the duo apart, they must find a way to keep on smiling even when things get even harder with Jess' treatment, and the stress that comes with having a potentially terminal illness.
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The 40-year-old actress is ready to delve deep into her tumultuous personal and professional life to write her very first autobiography.
Drew Barrymore has undoubtedly lived an intriguing life, beginning acting at just 11-months-old she quickly rose to stardom from her breakthrough role in 'ET: The Extraterrestrial' aged 6. But dealing with fame at such a young age led her to experience a notoriously troubled childhood, which resulted in a strained relationship with mother Jaid, and father, John Barrymore.
Barrymore is writing a autobiography
Overcoming her turbulent years, the 40-year-old actress has forged herself a hugely successful Hollywood career, in which she has dominated the romantic comedy genre with films such as 'The Wedding Singer', 'Never Been Kissed' and '50 First Dates.'
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Date of birth
22nd February, 1975
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