Jamie Lee Curtis Took A Stash Of Presents To The Golden Globes To Hand Out To Friends Who Failed To Win.
The Hollywood veteran attended the ceremony in Los Angeles on Sunday (10Jan16) as she was nominated for Best Actress in a TV Series - Comedy for her role in Scream Queens, but lost out to Rachel Bloom for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.
She was sitting on a table with stars including Sarah Hay, who was nominated for Best Actress in a Mini-series or TV Movie for Flesh and Bone and lost out on the award to American Horror Story: Hotel's Lady Gaga.
Sarah has now revealed Jamie cheered up her tablemates by handing out little gifts to all the losers.
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Jamie Lee Curtis blasts Hollywood as a ''very cruel business'' and claims women are ''punished'' for getting older.
Jamie Lee Curtis thinks Hollywood is ''a very cruel business.''
The 56-year-old actress, who found fame in 'Halloween' when she was 19, doesn't think it's fair that women are ''punished'' for getting older in the entertainment industry.
She said: ''It's a very cruel business. It's humiliating to see the media frenzy that occurs when somebody gets older and they don't look the way they used to look. I want to make sure I leave on my own terms. I don't want to be punished for the natural evolution of the human being.''
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Jamie Lee Curtis says she came up with the idea for Instagram three years before the photo-sharing app launched.
Jamie Lee Curtis claims she ''invented Instagram''.
The 56-year-old actress revealed that in 2010 she set up a website where she posted pictures that she and her friends took with their iPhones but once the photo-sharing app Instagram was formed, they stopped using the site.
She told AdWeek.com: ''I actually started Instagram about three years before Instagram arrived - I just didn't have the savvy.
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The actress pays homage to her mother Janet Leigh’s iconic scene in the new Fox series.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the shower that infamous scene from Psycho is back to haunt you once again. But this time it’s Jamie Lee Curtis whose getting the fright, as she pays homage to mother Janet Leigh’s famous scene.
Jamie Lee Curtis Has Stepped Into The Shower To Recreate Her Mother Janet Leigh's Famous Psycho Scene For New U.s. Tv Series Scream Queens.
The Halloween star plays the Dean of a university which is plagued by a series of murders, and in one of the upcoming episodes, Curtis pays homage to her mum by recreating the iconic scene from the 1960 Alfred Hitchcock movie.
The actress, whose father was actor Tony Curtis, tells Variety.com, "My entire life I have refused to step into the shower because it belongs to my mother. I have attempted to step out of the shadow of my parents for a long time."
However, when Scream Queens co-creator Brad Falchuk pitched the idea of recreating the black-and-white scene to Curtis, she felt like it was the right time to pay tribute to her mother, who passed away in 2004.
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Arnold Schwarzenegger's Actor Son Patrick Has Landed A Role Opposite The Action Man's True Lies Movie Wife Jamie Lee Curtis After Joining The Cast Of Ryan Murphy's New Horror Series Scream Queens.
Miley Cyrus' ex-boyfriend has followed his famous father into Hollywood, with small parts in 2012 romantic comedy Stuck in Love and Adam Sandler's Grown Ups 2, but now he has landed a primetime gig on the upcoming TV show, 21 years after Curtis tangoed with Arnold in the 1994 action comedy.
Revealing the new cast addition on Twitter.com on Friday (11Sep15), Murphy writes, "Happy to announce that Patrick Schwarzenegger has joined the cast of SCREAM QUEENS".
Actresses Lea Michele, Emma Roberts and Ariana Grande also co-star in the TV drama, which will premiere in America on 22 September (15).
Jamie Lee Curtis Initially Turned Down Her Dream Role In New Tv Horror Series Scream Queens Because She Didn't Want To Spend So Much Time Away From Her Family.
The Halloween icon was one of the inspirations for Ryan Murphy's new TV anthology series, and he was adamant on having her onboard for the project, previously saying he wasn't going to do the show if she wasn't a part of it.
And while Curtis loved the concept and script, she knew she couldn't accept a role because the programme filmed in New Orleans, Louisiana - far away from her home in California.
She says, "(It was) the easiest no I ever said. My son is still in high school, and I am the matriarch of my family... So I literally said the word 'bummer'. I'm 56, and I said the word 'bummer'. I walked away from this."
Stars Including Halle Berry, Jake Gyllenhaal And Lady Gaga Attended A Fundraiser In Los Angeles On Thursday Night (13aug15) To Hand Out Almost $2 Million (£1.3 Million) In Grants To Charities.
The celebrities, also including Jane Fonda, Jamie Lee Curtis and Emily Blunt, took to the stage at the annual Grants Banquet at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel to hand out donations to 67 non-profit organisations and scholarship programs which are related to the entertainment industry.
Nick Jonas kicked off the evening by performing a rendition of Louis Armstrong classic What a Wonderful World and Curtis, the first celebrity presenter of the night, thanked the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), the committee behind the Golden Globe Awards, for handing out a total of $2.1 million (£1.3 million) in grants.
She said, "I love them so much because we're going to give away f**king $2 million".
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Actress Jamie Lee Curtis Kept Her Identity A Secret At A Fighting-game Tournament In Las Vegas Over The Weekend (Ends19jul15) By Dressing Up As A Masked Character.
The Halloween star and her director husband Christopher Guest attended the annual Evolution Championship Series (EVO) as part of their graduation gift to their 18-year-old son Thomas.
Curtis and her family went unrecognised at the world's largest fighting-game tournament, and the actress revealed her costume on Twitter.com following the event on Saturday (18Jul15), boasting the temporary alter-ego, Street Fighter II cage fighter Vega, in a white mask, body suit and metal claws.
Meanwhile, Guest dressed as Tekken character Dr. Bosconovitch, while their son wore a Rastafarian-themed jumpsuit and boxing gloves to portray Street Fighter character Dee Jay.
Jamie Lee Curtis and her family disguised themselves in ‘Streetfighter’ costumes whilst attended Evo 2015 in Las Vegas over the weekend.
Jamie Lee Curtis went undercover at Evo 2015 at Las Vegas this weekend. On Twitter, the 56-year-old shared a photograph of her family dressed up as characters from the videogame series, Streetfighter. Curtis’s own costume was that of Vega, a mask-wearing, clawed fighter who first appears in the second of the Streetfighter games.
Jamie Lee Curtis at Comic Con 2015 in July.
Date of birth
22nd November, 1958