Cameron Diaz News:
Cameron smokes up
Did I miss something or is weed totally legal now? Drew Barrymore and Cameron Diaz were spotted in their bikini's getting high in what appears to be a public park. Although I can't tell if that's from the impaired judgement or because they're just stupid as hell. They could be doing this in the produce aisle of a supermarket and they still probably wouldn't realize where they were.
Cameron Diaz Filmography:
Shrek 2 (2004) (voice)--Princess Fiona
Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003)--Natalie
Shrek 4-D (2003) (voice)--Princess Fiona
Gangs of New York (2002)--Jenny Everdeane
Minority Report (2002) (uncredited)--Woman on Metro
The Sweetest Thing (2002)--Christina Walters
Shrek in the Swamp Karaoke Dance Party (2001) (singing voice)--Princess Fiona
Vanilla Sky (2001)--Julie Gianni
The Invisible Circus (2001)--Faith
Charlie's Angels (2000)--Natalie Cook
Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her (2000)--Carol
Any Given Sunday (1999)--Christina Pagniacci
Being John Malkovich (1999)--Lotte Schwartz
Man Woman Film (1999)--Random Celebrity
Very Bad Things (1998)--Laura Garrety
There's Something About Mary (1998)--Mary Jensen Matthews
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998)--Blonde TV Reporter
A Life Less Ordinary (1997)--Celine Naville
My Best Friend's Wedding (1997)--Kimberly 'Kim/Kimmy' Wallace
Keys to Tulsa (1997)--Trudy
Head Above Water (1996)--Nathalie
Feeling Minnesota (1996)--Freddie Clayton
She's the One (1996)--Heather Davis
The Last Supper (1995)--Jude
The Mask (1994)--Tina Carlyle
Cameron Diaz Quotes:
"I can't say this enough, I'm totally comfortable
with my body. I like my body,
I don't think it's a bad thing, I think
I have a nice body, I'm happy with it."
"After a hard days work, it's nice to go
back to the trailer and see him [her cat]
sitting there waiting for me."
Cameron Diaz Biography:
Model-turned-actress Cameron Diaz seemed to come out of nowhere when she made her 1994 screen debut opposite Jim Carrey in The Mask. However, her unusual beauty -- the result of her Cuban-American and Anglo-German-Native American parentage -- helped to ensure that she would not be soon forgotten.
Born in San Diego, CA, on August 30, 1972, Diaz left school at 16 to become a model. For the next five years, she traveled the globe, working in Japan, Australia, Mexico, Morocco, and Paris. As a model for the Elite Agency, she did commercial work for such products as Coke, Nivea, and L.A. Gear. She returned to California at the age of 21 and was unknown in the film industry when she was cast in her breakthrough role as the target of Jim Carrey's hyper-animated lust in The Mask. Following the hoopla surrounding her performance -- or, more specifically, her physical appearance -- in the film, Diaz opted to take acting lessons and appear in a series of small, independent films, including The Last Supper (1995), She's the One (1996), and Feeling Minnesota (1996). After starring opposite Ewan McGregor in Danny Boyle's A Life Less Ordinary, Diaz further endeared herself to audiences and critics with her performance in My Best Friend's Wedding (1997). Proving herself an acceptable foil for the film's star, Julia Roberts, she went on to greater success in the Farrelly brothers' There's Something About Mary in 1998. Starring as the film's titular heroine, Diaz turned in an audience-pleasing performance in the cheerfully bawdy film, which proved to be one of the year's biggest box-office successes. The same year, Diaz made a cameo appearance in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and starred as Jon Favreau's unhinged fiancée in the black comedy Very Bad Things. Now fully established as one of Hollywood's hottest properties, she went on to take lead roles in 1999's Being John Malkovich, in which she played puppeteer John Cusack's wife, and Any Given Sunday, in which she played the president and co-owner of a football team in Oliver Stone's paean to American football.
In 2000 Diaz joined Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu in Charlie's Angels, the much-hyped big-screen remake of the television classic. A comically self-aware and fairly faithful adaptation of the original series, Charlie's Angels served up Matrix-style action with retro-sensibilities, propelling the franchise into the new millennium.
The following year found Diaz endearing herself to younger audiences as the voice of Princess Fiona in the animated box-office smash Shrek, as well as using her wide eyed innocence to horrific effect in the Tom Cruise mindbender Vanilla Sky. Headlining the ill-fated comedy The Next Best Thing in 2002, Diaz would take a historical trip to the birthplace of America in director Martin Scorsese's Gangs of New York before becoming the second (after Julia Roberts actress to join the "$20 Million Club" with Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle. Though the film would perform only moderately well at the box office, fans could be sure that they would get plenty more Diaz as production on Shrek 2 and Fun with Dick and Jane began to kick into full gear.
Cameron Diaz caught naked on the beach.
We see her changing her shirt and showing off her naked breasts for the camera.
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