Last Name: Cuthbert
Full Name: Elisha Ann Cuthbert
Date of Birth: 30 November 1982
Birthplace: Calgary, Alberta
Height: 5'2 (157cm)
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Blonde
Star Sign: Sagittarius
Elisha Ann Cuthbert was born on Nov. 30, 1982 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. A performer all her life, she was encouraged by her parents, Kevin and Patricia Cuthbert, to pursue her dreams. A successful child model from the age of seven, Cuthbert made the leap to television at age 15 when she landed a gig hosting “Popular Mechanics for Kids” (CTV, 1997-2000), a syndicated educational program on Canadian television. Two years later, the actress made her feature film debut in the indie drama, “Dancing on the Moon” (1997), the story of a young girl trying to deal with her dysfunctional family life. Unfortunately, the movie was scarcely seen outside of the lower-tiered film festival circuit.
Luckily, Cuthbert’s career got a boost when she began starring in a string of MOWs. At age 15, she landed the lead role in
“Airspeed” (HBO, 1998), an adventure-thriller about a spoiled 13-year-old girl who is forced to fly her father’s private jet
after a freak bolt of lightning incapacitates everyone else onboard. Next was “Time at the Top” (Showtime, 1999), where
Cuthbert – then 16 – played another 13-year-old, but this time, one who discovers a time machine and travels back to 1881 in order to help a young girl and her family. Cuthbert enjoyed the presidential treatment for her next outing, “Mail to the
Chief” (ABC, 1999), in which she played the daughter of the President of the United States.
As she got older, however, Cuthbert’s growing sex appeal became too pronounced to ignore. In response, the actress began branching out into more adult roles. In “My Daughter’s Secret Life” (Lifetime, 2001), Cuthbert played a 17-year-old girl
living a privileged existence who suddenly develops a serious gambling addiction. Cuthbert’s performance won her a Gemini Award for Best Actress in a Dramatic Program or Miniseries – one of the highest bestowed by the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television.
Cuthbert’s breakthrough role, of course, would be on “24.” As Kim Bauer, Cuthbert not only filled the damsel-in-distress
archetype on the show, but also lent a hand in developing storylines, especially after she became a trusted member of her
father’s elite counter-terrorist squad at the beginning of season three. Fans who breathed a sigh of relief, thinking that
this “desk job” would signal Kimberly’s days of peril were behind her, though, would be in for a rude awakening.
In 2002, Cuthbert dropped many a jaw when, after gaining attention for her breakthrough role on “24,” she posed for spreads in Maxim andFHM – thus completing her transition from little-known child actor to well-known sex symbol. Her appearance in the popular
men’s magazines grabbed the attention of filmmakers, leading her to soon be cast in small, but noticeable roles in such movies as “Old School” (2003) –in which she played the sexually precocious daughter of the dean who beds an unwitting Luke Wilson – and “Love Actually” (2003) – as one of a trio of sexually charged American girls who make a wide-eyed Brit's improbable U.S. fantasies come true.
In 2004, Cuthbert got her chance to headline her first feature in “The Girl Next Door,” a teen comedy directed by Luke
Greenfield. In it, she played the sexy housesitting neighbor of a horny high school senior (Emile Hirsch) who turns out to be
a porn star. At first, the idea of playing a porn actress did not appeal to the Cuthbert, but when her agent encouraged her to
read the script anyway, Cuthbert got hooked halfway through the read. After a rigorous back-and-forth negotiation with the
filmmakers over exactly how much of the actress' nude body would be revealed on-screen, Cuthbert signed on. In the end, the film revealed more of Cuthbert's easy warmth and charisma than her skin. Ever serious about her craft, Cuthbert did extensive research by thumbing through volumes of Playboy and Hustler, while hanging out with stars of San Fernando Valley’s chief export.
Note: Elisha Cuthbert is not on Twiiter.. only Fake on Twitter..
- 2012 Dark Star Hollow
- 2011 Happy Endings
- 2010 The Forgotten - Die Wahrheit stirbt nie
- 2001-2010 24 - Twenty Four
- 2009 The Six Wives of Henry Lefay
- 2009 Guns - Der Preis der Gewalt
- 2009 Ny-Lon
- 2008 Family Guy
- 2008 My Sassy Girl
- 2007 He Was a Quiet Man
- 2007 Captivity
- 2006 24: The Game
- 2005 The Quiet - Kannst du ein Geheimnis für dich behalten?
- 2005 House of Wax
- 2004 The Girl Next Door
- 2003 Tatsächlich... Liebe
- 2003 Old School - Wir lassen absolut nichts anbrennen
- 2001 Largo Winch - Gefährliches Erbe
- 2001 Lucky Girl
- 1999-2000 Are You Afraid of the Dark?
- 2000 E-Mail ans Weiße Haus
- 2000/I Believ
- 1999 Airspeed - Rettung in letzter Sekunde
- 1999 Time at the Top
- 1999 Wer behält das Haus?
- 1998 Nico, das Einhorn
- 1997 Maddy tanzt auf dem Mond
- 1996 Grusel, Grauen, Gänsehaut
- Old World Fashion Tour Elisha Cuthbert
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