Canadian actress turns 44 today (17); she has worked in television and film productions, such as in the movie “Mean Girls” (2004)
Today (17) Canadian actress Rachel Anne McAdams turns 44 years old. After completing a theater course at the University of York in 2001, she worked in television and film productions, such as in the film “Mean Girls” (2004). Check out five other memorable films with the actress below.
Diary of a Passion (2004) – In 1940s South Carolina, factory worker Noah calhoun and rich Allie fall desperately in love, but the young woman’s parents do not approve of the relationship. Noah is then sent to fight in World War II, and it seems to be the end of the novel. Meanwhile, Allie becomes involved with another man. However, it becomes clear that the passion still no ended when Noah returns to the small town years later, close to Allie’s wedding.
One Glorious Morning (2010) – Newly hired as a producer of a national morning news show, Becky Fuller decides revitalize the low-rated show by bringing in legendary anchor Mike pomeroy🇧🇷 He, however, refuses to do reporting such as celebrity and fashion gossip, and clashes with his fellow presenter. Meanwhile, Becky’s romance with a colleague begins to unravel, leaving her struggling to save her relationship, her job and the show.
Forever (2012) 🇧🇷 Paige and Leo are happily married, but an accident leaves Paige in coma. When she wakes up, she doesn’t recognize Leo, has relationship problems with her parents and is attracted to Leo. ex-boyfriend🇧🇷 But Leo is determined to rebuild his marriage.
A Matter of Time (2013) – After to discover that he can travel through time, young Tim Lake uses his skill to win the heart of the woman of his dreams and save his friend from professional disaster.
Spotlight: Secrets Revealed (2015) – A group of journalists investigate the abuse of children by Catholic priests, covered up by the Church. They can gather documents that can prove the crimes committed and the involvement of leaders religious who tried to hide the cases.