Sunday, April 27, 2008

Jim Meskimen Does it Again!

Jim Meskimen
Scientologist Jim Meskimen's vocal abilities are phenomenal. The guy can do impressions of just about anyone. He is a regular now on the video site "JibJab" and his latest video for them is a masterpiece. What We Call the News doesn't just lampoon the news but makes some scary social commentary about, well, what we call the news.

Saturday, April 26, 2008

New Template for the Site

I just switched to the new style Blogger templates. You probably won't notice a lot of difference in colors but I hope you notice the big list of Scientology Celebrities I've added to the side-bar.

The list is by no means complete so if you know of anyone else who should be added then please tell me by leaving a comment here.

Thursday, April 24, 2008

Suri Cruise - A Supermodel at 2 years old

Suri Cruise
Just kidding, sort of. Though, in a way it is true. Check this out: On their website, In Style magazine has an entire gallery devoted to Suri Cruise! Suri's Stylish.

Hey, getting an entire photo gallery on the In Style website certainly puts you on a par with supermodels. Not bad for a little girl who just turned two years old.

- Suri's Extended Family Celebrates Her 2nd Birthday
- Suri Cruise Turns 2 Years Old

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Connor Cruise gets his start in movies

Connor Cruise
Tom Cruise's adopted son, Connor, will be making his debut in movies, playing one of the main characters as a boy. It's a non-speaking part, but it's a start!

Connor was not given any special preference because of who his parents are, he had to audition just like anyone else. I would guess that growing up around movie sets and the paraphenalia of Hollywood would make this a very familiar area for him.

So now his career in movies is off to a great start: he's not just in a Will Smith movie, but he's also playing Smith as a boy.

You can read more here: Connor Cruise Is Making His Big Screen Debut

Sunday, April 20, 2008

Michelle Stafford

Michelle Stafford
Emmy Award winning actress Michelle Stafford is a star on the daytime drama "The Young and the Restless." Not only has the show now exceeded 1,000 consecutive episodes, but it is also celebrating its 35th year on the air! Michelle has appeared in more than 520 of those episodes. (Here is an article about the show: 35 years of ‘Y&R’.

Michelle is a busy girl, not only is she staring in Y&T but she has a movie coming out in May called 3 Days Gone.

I've met Michelle a few times through a mutual friend and I was on course with her a couple of years ago. Not only is she absolutely gorgeous, but she is one of the most enthusiastic and energetic people I have ever met.

You can read Michelle's Scientology Success Story here.

Sunday, April 13, 2008

Struck - the Movie

Taron Lexton
Yesterday in researching what to write about the beautiful Jennifer Aspen I came across a movie she just starred in called "Struck". I went to the web site and found this hilarious video: Struck - Behind The Scenes. It's a hoot, with the stars of the show camping it up to the max. If you've seen any "Making Of" movies about digital effects and those little green balls they stick onto the actors, then you'll really appreciate the bit about the tennis balls with the smiley faces.

The movie Struck was directed by Taron Lexton, whose films have won more than a dozen awards and who, in June last year, was presented with the "United Nations Award of Excellence" for his work in the field of human rights. In winning the award, he joins such luminaries as Mikhail Gorbachev, Arthur Miller and Stephen Hawking. Taron is the youngest person ever to receive this award. You can read more about it here: United Nations Honors TXL Films.

A culture is only as great as its dreams, and its dreams are dreamed by artists. - Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard

Saturday, April 12, 2008

Jennifer Aspen

Jennifer Aspen is probably best known for her starring role in the sitcom "Rodney". Since that series ended, her career has continued to blossom with guest starring roles in numerous shows, such as "Boston Legal", "The Closer", "Criminal Minds" and the ABC series "Eli Stone". Plus she's been in movies such as "Mr. Woodcock" with Billy Bob Thornton and Susan Sarandon and the independent movie "Struck," by award winning director Taron Lexton. Struck looks like an intriguing film, in fact so intriguing that I'll post something about it tomorrow and there will be a link to a video that includes Jennifer (and two of her pets) being very funny.

Anyway, here is Jennifer's Scientology Success.