Best of Britain up next, with the gorgeous Jane Elizabeth Leeves. Actress, model, comedienne, singer, producer and dancer, the star is best known for her role as Daphne Moon on “Frasier.” Her performance received both Emmy and Golden Globe nominations! Let’s just take a few steps back and look at her earlier life; did you know she made her screen debut in 1983 on “The Benny Hill Show?!” Not to mention her appearance in “Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life.”
Seems the British actress was already popping up here and there before the role which would mark her career trajectory. “Frasier” ran between 1993 and 2004, but in between Jane was keeping busy, with roles in “Throb,” “Miracle on 34th Street,” “James and the Giant Peach,” “Music of the Heart” and “The Event.” The veteran is known for speaking her mind, in 2012, posing in an ad for the NOH8 Campaign, supporting the LGBT community. Yaass Jane!
It's safe to say that the late 90s belonged to Mandy Moore. Whether it was as a singer or an actress, she trailblazed her way into the 2000s. Her debut album "So Real" went platinum before she was sixteen years old, and by her eighteenth birthday, she had three hit albums under her belt.
Somehow, she also found the time to appear in "The Princess Diaries" and propel her acting career while still making music. No star can burn that bright forever, but Mandy is still a huge success and is now only in her mid-30s. Recently, she starred in the award-winning series “This Is Us,” which follows the lives of a unique set of triplets and their struggles in the world.
Jennifer Love Hewitt
Jennifer Love Hewitt starred in "I Know What You Did Last Summer," but it was her performance on "Party of Five" a few years earlier that really propelled her career. Jennifer Love Hewitt had continued to act and had another huge hit TV show on her hands when she was cast as the lead on "Ghost Whisperer."
The actress has also released four albums over the years, the last in 2002, and penned a book of dating advice titled "The Day I Shot Cupid." She didn't act for three years after "Criminal Minds" ended in 2015, but she returned to TV in 2018 with a role on "9-1-1."
“Staaaaar Trekkin,’ across the universe, on the Starship Enterprise, under Captain Kirk!” Now that we have your attention, you can guess our next star is straight off the Enterprise. Known for her role as Jadzia Dax in "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine," is Terry Farrell. An American actress and fashion model, she later starred in the comedy series Becker as Regina “Reggie” Kostas. Born in Iowa, the beauty modeled for 18 months, studying acting simultaneously.
Fast forward, after 94 episodes on Becker, the actress voiced a character in "Tipping the Rift," before retiring in 2002, to focus on her family. Recently, it was reported she was in a relationship with Adam Nimoy, son to THE LEONARD NIMOY. We’re speaking our mind, Spock, and we think this babe deserves another shot at happiness! In 2017, Terry made somewhat of a comeback, with a role in the TV series "Renegades."
Before we go into Shelley Long’s career, can we just quickly acknowledge one of her pearls of wisdom? “Not everyone can be trusted. I think we all have to be very selective about the people we trust.” Damn straight sister, can we get an A-MEN? American actress and comedian, Long is known for her sole as Diane Chambers on the hit sitcom "Cheers."
Did you know she won an Emmy, AND two Golden Globes for her performance on the show!? We can hardly blame the board, she was definitely a hit on the series! You may also recognize her for her role as DeDe Pritchett on "Modern Family" – as usual, up to her comedic antics! Most recently, Long appeared on "Milo Murphy’s Law" as Grandma Murphy.