Tara Reid

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Tara Reid (born November 8, 1975, Wyckoff, New Jersey) is an American actress and model who has starred in movies such as her breakout role in American Pie (1999) and Dr. T & the Women. In 2005, she played the lead in videogame adaptation Alone in the Dark.

Filmography

Biography

Reid began her career at the age of six on a 1982 game show for children called Child's Play. As a child she had roles in a number of commercials for McDonald's, Crayola, and Jell-O. She grew up in New York City while attending the Professional Children's School alongside such celebrities as Ben Taylor, Jerry O'Connell, Sarah Michelle Gellar, and Macaulay Culkin. Although her breakout role would have to wait for American Pie in 1999, cult followers of the 1998 film The Big Lebowski already knew her as Bunny Lebowski. [1] (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0005346/bio)

She was briefly engaged to MTV VJ Carson Daly: their engagement ended in 2001.

Reid spent the late 1990s appearing more often on the cover of tabloid magazines than on screen. Her extroverted social life soon gave her a reputation as a notorious party girl.

On the night of Thursday, November 4, 2004, Reid was embarrassed by a wardrobe malfunction at a highly publicized photo shoot at P. Diddy's 35th birthday party at Cipriani's Restaurant in New York when her dress fell, exposing her left breast. Scar tissue was visible around Reid's nipple, confirming rumors of breast implants. The photographs were subsequently distributed far and wide. A comparison is often made to Janet Jackson's accidental exposure during her performance at Super Bowl XXXVIII. [2] (http://www.azcentral.com/offbeat/articles/1108tara08-ON.html)

The same year, Reid was also on Punk'd after been fooled by Ashton Kutcher by doing the same trick done to Dave Navarro and his third wife Carmen Electra.

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