American film actress
Born: July 19, 1976
Vinessa Shaw is an American actress and model known for her diverse range of roles in film and television. She was born on July 19, 1976, in Los Angeles, California.
Shaw began her career as a model at a young age, appearing in numerous print ads and commercials. She transitioned into acting in the early 1990s, making her film debut in the critically acclaimed drama “Ladybugs” (1992), starring alongside Rodney Dangerfield. She gained further recognition for her role as Allison in the cult horror film “Hocus Pocus” (1993), where she played one of the teenage protagonists.
Throughout her career, Shaw has showcased her versatility by taking on a wide range of characters in various genres. She has appeared in films such as “Eyes Wide Shut” (1999), directed by Stanley Kubrick, the romantic comedy “40 Days and 40 Nights” (2002), and the crime thriller “Two Lovers” (2008).
In addition to her film work, Shaw has also made notable television appearances. She had a recurring role as Kate McPherson in the hit series “Ray Donovan” and guest-starred on shows like “CSI: NY” and “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.”
Vinessa Shaw continues to be an active presence in the entertainment industry, showcasing her talent and versatility through her diverse roles. With her natural charm and acting skills, she has established herself as a respected and accomplished actress in both film and television.
Vinessa Shaw’s 5 most popular quotes
- Coming to know one another based on a shared humanity through dialogue is the key to breaking down the walls of isolation and reversing the decline of life-to-life bonds among human beings.
- I’m not very good at dating. I’m very decisive. If I like someone, then they’re my boyfriend. It’s pretty straightforward.
- I’m a Buddhist and active in my Buddhist’s Association, and I’m actually a National Young Women’s representative for the organization, so I travel a lot helping young women who are practicing Buddhism.
- I believe that dialogue is the key to breaking through our tendency to separate and isolate. Dialogue changes isolation and loneliness into connection and interdependence. This, I believe, is the essence of Buddhism.
- I had done the child acting thing, which is pretty much learning your lines, standing there looking natural, and having fun.
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