Taking her promotional efforts to the Land Down Under, Rihanna was spotted looking oh-so-$exy at a photocall session in Sydney, Australia on Sunday (February 14). The Barbadian beauty struck a few poses for photos as she visited the Intercontinental hotel to promote her latest album, “Rated R”.As previously reported by Gossip Center, RiRi jetted into Sydney the previous day from Seoul, South Korea, being greeted with a bouquet of flowers and a little toy koala. Following the stop in Aussieland, the “Russian Roulette” singing sweetheart will be jetting home ahead of her 22nd birthday on February 20. 12 more images after the break...Enjoy the pictures of Rihanna at her photocall in Sydney (February 14).
Heather Graham was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to a family of Irish descent. Her family relocated repeatedly until settling down in Agoura Hills, California when she was nine years old. She is the elder of two children. Her younger sister, Aimee Graham, is also an actress and writer. Their mother, Joan, is a teacher and noted author of children's books, and father, James Graham, a retired FBI agent. The girls were raised with family values that followed a strict traditional Catholic upbringing. Graham graduated from Agoura High School in California in 1988. In 1986, she appeared on a special "Teen Week" episode of the NBC-TV game show Scrabble. 06 more images after the break...
She was introduced to acting during the school production of Wizard of Oz. Then while still in school she appeared in numerous television commercials, the sitcom Growing Pains and several television movies. She debuted in the 1988 film License to Drive, which was a teen comedy starring Corey Haim and Corey Feldman. Her strict parents forbade her to appear in the 1989 black comedy Heathers, which had an expletive-rich script.
After high school, Graham enrolled in extension classes of the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) and studied English for two years. There she met actor James Woods. They became romantically involved during the time she was cast in the movie Diggstown, where he had landed the starring role. After two years there, Graham withdrew from school at UCLA to pursue acting full time, over her parents' objections. She then moved to Hollywood, where she worked different jobs while continuing to establish herself as an actress. Via Link
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