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    Famous redheads

    From Marcia Cross to Prince Harry, these crimson-capped celebs rock their red locks.

  • 18th Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation's Oscar Viewing Party - Arrivals

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    Christina Hendricks, who plays office bombshell Joan Holloway on the hit AMC show "Mad Men," is known for her seductive curves and stunning red locks. Before captivating the Sterling Cooper Advertising Agency, the actress had a recurring role in "ER" and guest-starred in episodes of "Without a Trace."

    Here she arrives at the 18th annual Elton John AIDS Foundation's Oscar Viewing Party held at the Pacific Design Center on Mar. 7, 2010 in Los Angeles, California.

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  • 2005 Summer CBS Television Critics Press Tour - Day 8

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    Actress Alyson Hannigan, of "Buffy the Vampire" fame," got her start in showbiz by appearing in Duncan Hines cookie mix commercials at the age of four. She went on to star in the teen hit movies "American Pie" and "Date Movie," and today she can be seen in the TV show "How I Met Your Mother."

    Here she attends the panel discussion for "How I Met Your Mother" during the CBS 2005 Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Jul. 19, 2005 in Beverly Hills, California.

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  • 2008 Summer TCA Tour - Day 14

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    Damian Lewis is best known for starring in the popular HBO miniseries "Band of Brothers." The English actor and producer currently stars as a police officer in the NBC drama "Life."

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  • Premiere Of Paramount Pictures' "The Lovely Bones" - Arrivals

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    Actress Susan Sarandon first won moviegoers' hearts when she appeared in the cult favorite musical "The Rocky Horror Picture Show." She's since appeared in countless films, including "Bull Durham," "Dead Man Walking," and "The Client."

    Sarandon received five Academy Award nominations for best actress, including for her role in "Thelma & Louise." She has three children and from 1988 to 2009, Sarandon was in a relationship with actor Tim Robbins.

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  • 2009 Winter TCA Tour - Day 9

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    Conan O'Brien got his comedy start by writing sketches for "Saturday Night Live." He then went on to write and produce for "The Simpsons" before ultimately landing a late-night gig. He hosted "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" from 1993-2009 before moving on to "The Tonight Show," which was cancelled in January 2010.

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  • Jenny McCarthy Appears On "The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson"

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    Singer and songwirter Tori Amos' resume includes a multitude of critically-acclaimed singles, including "Silent All These Years," "Cornflake Girl" and "Crucify."

    Amos has sold over 12 million albums worldwide and has devoted herself to charity work, most notably, co-founding RAINN (The Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network) a toll-free help line in the U.S. connecting callers with their local rape crisis center.

    Here she performs during a segment of "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" at CBS Television City on Apr. 26, 2007 in Los Angeles, California.

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  • Fox Winter 2010 All-Star Party - Arrivals

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    Actor Seth Green landed his first film gig in the 1984 movie "The Hotel New Hampshire" with Jodie Foster and Rob Lowe." He went on to star in many more flicks, including all three "Austin Powers" movies, "The Italian Job," and "Can't Hardly Wait."

    Green is also well-known for his TV roles, such as playing a werewolf in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and offering the voice of teenager Chris Griffin in animated series "The Family Guy."

    Here he arrives at the Fox Winter 2010 All-Star Party held at Villa Sorisso on Jan. 11, 2010 in Pasadena, California.

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  • New York Premiere of "NINE" - Arrivals

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    Academy Award-winner Nicole Kidman proved her skills as an actress with 1989's "Dead Calm”"and 1995's "To Die For," while later films like "Moulin Rouge!" and "The Hours" also earned her critical acclaim. Most recently, she showed off her music and dancing skills in the musical "Nine," alongside Sophia Loren and Penelope Cruz.

    Kidman is also well-known for her former high-profile marriage to Tom Cruise as well as her current marriage to singer Keith Urban. She adopted two kids while with Cruise and has a daughter, named Sunday Rose, with Urban.

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  • The Today Show Gallery of Olympians

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    Olympic snowboarder Shaun White became a household name for performing his much-anticipated Double McTwist 1260 trick on a victory run after winning the gold medal in the halfpipe at the Vancouver Games.

    Because of his fiery locks, his nickname was “The Flying Tomato,” but just before the Games he declared that he wanted to be known as “Animal.”

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  • 3rd Annual Cookie Magazine's Smart Cookie Awards

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    Redhead Debra Messing is best known for playing Grace Adler in the TV series "Will & Grace," a role that scored her an Emmy Award in 2003. She also starred in the TV series "The Starter Wife," in which she played a divorced Hollywood wife looking to start over.

    In 2002, she was named one of the "50 Most Beautiful People" by People magazine. In 2004 she had her first child, Roman, with her actor/screenwriter husband Daniel Zelman.

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  • Lucille Ball In The Late 1980's In The USA Ball Died April 26 1989 From A Ruptured Aort

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    One of America's most beloved comediennes, Lucille Ball starred in sitcoms like "I Love Lucy," "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour," "The Lucy Show" and "Here’s Lucy." She won four Emmys and appeared on television for more than 30 years (from the 1930s to the 1970s). She died at 77 when her aorta ruptured after heart surgery.

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  • Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, is a former member of the British Royal Family. After she and Prince Andrew, with whom she has two daughters - Beatrice and Eugenie - divorced in 1996, Fergie faced criticism for her weight and extravagant lifestyle. <br> <br>These days she's kept busy as a spokesperson for Weight Watchers, Wedgwood and Bath & Body Works and works with a number of U.S. and U.K. charities.

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    Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, is a former member of the British Royal Family. After she and Prince Andrew, with whom she has two daughters - Beatrice and Eugenie - divorced in 1996, Fergie faced criticism for her weight and extravagant lifestyle.

    These days she's kept busy as a spokesperson for Weight Watchers, Wedgwood and Bath & Body Works and works with a number of U.S. and U.K. charities.

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  • Stephen Tobolowsky's Birthday Party and DVD Release

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    Golden-Globe nominated actor Eric Stoltz is known for his roles in films like "Mask," "Pulp Fiction," "Fast Times at Ridgemont High," and "Some Kind of Wonderful," among others. More recently, he can be seen in the SyFy science fiction drama "Caprica" and he also directed episodes of the 20-something NBC drama "Quarterlife."

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  • Opening Night Of "Exit The King" - After Party

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    Lauren Ambrose is best known for her role as Claire Fisher in the critically-acclaimed HBO drama "Six Feet Under," for which she received two Emmy nominations for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.
    She recently lent her voice for the voice of monster KW in "Where the Wild Things Are."

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    Best known for her starring roles in the 1980s films "Sixteen Candles," "The Breakfast Club" and "Pretty in Pink," Molly Ringwald specialized in playing the awkward, angsty teen that many fans identified with all too well. She was a member of the Brat Pack, a collection of 1980s teen actors that also included young stars like Emilio Estevez, Rob Lowe, Demi Moore and Anthony Michael Hall. Ringwald had her first child in 2003 and had twins in 2009 with husband Panio Gianopoulos.

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  • Danny Bonaduce found fame at the age of 10, when he starred as Danny Partridge on the TV series "The Partridge Family." <br> <br>However, the child star’s career withered in his late teens and twenties due to drug abuse. Things were looking up by the late 1980s, when Bonaduce had become a successful on-air radio personality. In 2005, he joined the ranks of celeb reality stars with his show, "Breaking Bonaduce."

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    Danny Bonaduce found fame at the age of 10, when he starred as Danny Partridge on the TV series "The Partridge Family."

    However, the child star’s career withered in his late teens and twenties due to drug abuse. Things were looking up by the late 1980s, when Bonaduce had become a successful on-air radio personality. In 2005, he joined the ranks of celeb reality stars with his show, "Breaking Bonaduce."

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  • Emmy Award-winning comedian Carol Burnett is best known for her 11-year run on the acclaimed variety show "The Carol Burnett Show," which aired from 1967 to 1978. The show earned 22 Emmy Awards.<br><br> 
				
				Burnett has made appearances on the TV sitcoms "Mad About You," "All My Children" and "Desperate Housewives." More recently, she voiced the kangaroo character in "Horton Hears a Who!," an animated  film based off a 1954 Dr. Seuss book.

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    Emmy Award-winning comedian Carol Burnett is best known for her 11-year run on the acclaimed variety show "The Carol Burnett Show," which aired from 1967 to 1978. The show earned 22 Emmy Awards.

    Burnett has made appearances on the TV sitcoms "Mad About You," "All My Children" and "Desperate Housewives." More recently, she voiced the kangaroo character in "Horton Hears a Who!," an animated film based off a 1954 Dr. Seuss book.

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  • Ron Howard got his start in the 1960s playing Andy Griffith's son, Opie Taylor, on "The Andy Griffith Show." In the 1970s he played Tom Bosley's son and Henry Winkler's best friend, Richie Cunningham, on "Happy Days." He went on to direct films like "Splash," "Apollo 13" and "A Beautiful Mind," for which he won an Oscar for Best Director.<br> <br>
				More recently, he produced the Oscar-nominated "Frost/Nixon" and the 2009 movie adaptation of  the Dan Brown book "Angels & Demons."

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    Ron Howard got his start in the 1960s playing Andy Griffith's son, Opie Taylor, on "The Andy Griffith Show." In the 1970s he played Tom Bosley's son and Henry Winkler's best friend, Richie Cunningham, on "Happy Days." He went on to direct films like "Splash," "Apollo 13" and "A Beautiful Mind," for which he won an Oscar for Best Director.

    More recently, he produced the Oscar-nominated "Frost/Nixon" and the 2009 movie adaptation of the Dan Brown book "Angels & Demons."

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  • Prince Henry of Wales, better known simply as Prince Harry, is third in line to the U.K. throne (behind his father, Charles, and his older brother, William). He served in the British Army on the front lines in Afghanistan, although he was pulled out on Feb. 29, 2008 when the world media reported his presence there. Romantically, his best-known courtship has been with real estate heiress Chelsy Davy.

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    Prince Henry of Wales, better known simply as Prince Harry, is third in line to the U.K. throne (behind his father, Charles, and his older brother, William). He served in the British Army on the front lines in Afghanistan, although he was pulled out on Feb. 29, 2008 when the world media reported his presence there. Romantically, his best-known courtship has been with real estate heiress Chelsy Davy.

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    Actress Julianne Moore has earned four Academy Award nominations and won one Emmy Award for her late-1980s role on daytime soap opera "As the World Turns." She began starring in feature films in the 1990s, appearing in "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle," and "The Fugitive," and later in films like "Boogie Nights," "The Hours" and "Hannibal." In October 2007, she published "Freckleface Strawberry," a children's picture book about a redheaded young girl learning to love the skin she's in.

    More recently, she appeared in "30 Rock" as Jack Donaghy's love interest.

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  • Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning actress Gillian Anderson, best known for her role as FBI special agent Dana Scully in TV series "The X-Files," also played Lady Dedlock in the BBC TV series "Bleak House." The redhead was named "The Sexiest Woman in the World" in 1996 by FHM magazine. Anderson has a daughter with her first husband and two sons with boyfriend Mark Griffiths.

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    Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning actress Gillian Anderson, best known for her role as FBI special agent Dana Scully in TV series "The X-Files," also played Lady Dedlock in the BBC TV series "Bleak House." The redhead was named "The Sexiest Woman in the World" in 1996 by FHM magazine. Anderson has a daughter with her first husband and two sons with boyfriend Mark Griffiths.

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  • Grammy-winning country singer Reba McEntire has issued 31 albums over her career, and even started in a sitcom, "Reba," from 2001 to 1007. She was the most successful female country recording artist in the 1980s and 1990s. In 2008, she embarked on a co-headlining tour with American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson.

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    Grammy-winning country singer Reba McEntire has issued 31 albums over her career, and even started in a sitcom, "Reba," from 2001 to 1007. She was the most successful female country recording artist in the 1980s and 1990s. In 2008, she embarked on a co-headlining tour with American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson.

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    Australian actress Isla Fisher's breakout role in the U.S. came with "Wedding Crashers," in which she starred opposite Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson. (She got her start acting in Australian soap opera "Home and Away.")

    In October 2007, Fisher gave birth to her first child, a daughter named Olive, with her fiance, English comedian Sacha Baron Cohen. She recently starred in the film adaptation of "Confessions of a Shopaholic" and the romantic comedy "Definitely, Maybe."

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    Actor/director Robert Redford got his start in television, but really got on the road to stardom after appearing in the 1969 film "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" alongside Paul Newman.

    His directorial debut came with 1980's "Ordinary People," for which he won an Academy Award. After founding the Sundance Institute in 1981, Redford became very involved with independent film, and still serves as the nonprofit's president.

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    Actress Marcia Cross is best known for her lead role as Bree Hodge on the TV series "Desperate Housewives." Prior to her "housewife" days, the Emmy- and Golden Globe-nominated actress was best known for her role on "Melrose Place." In 2007, at the age of 44, she gave birth to her first children, twin girls, with husband Tom Mahoney, a financial advisor.

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    British actress Tilda Swinton, known for both arthouse and mainstream films, won an Oscar in 2008 for her supporting role in "Michael Clayton." Her past films include "The Beach," "Constantine" and "Vanilla Sky." She recently starred in "Burn After Reading" and "The Chronicles of Narnia."

    Born in London, the actress attended boarding school along with Princess Diana.

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  • Even a cartoon cavewoman has her place among this collection of redheaded stars. The strong-willed Wilma Flintstone lived in the prehistoric city of Bedrock on the TV series "The Flintstones," and was known for being the voice of reason for her husband Fred.

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    Even a cartoon cavewoman has her place among this collection of redheaded stars. The strong-willed Wilma Flintstone lived in the prehistoric city of Bedrock on the TV series "The Flintstones," and was known for being the voice of reason for her husband Fred.

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