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Julia Roberts

Julia Roberts
Julia Roberts has had a steady acting career since the 1980s. Her first major role was in "Mystic Pizza," but her breakthrough hit came with "Pretty Woman." Since then she has been one of Hollywood's most sought-after and highest-paid actresses. Career highlights include tear-jerkers such as "Steel Magnolias," thrillers "Sleeping with the Enemy" and "The Pelican Brief," romantic comedies "My Best Friend's Wedding," "Runaway Bride" and "Notting Hill" and family dramas "Stepmom" and "Something to Talk About." She won an Oscar for her portrayal of real life legal assistant Erin Brockovich, who brought down a power company. Roberts was once married to country singer Lyle Lovett and is now marrie... Show more »
Julia Roberts has had a steady acting career since the 1980s. Her first major role was in "Mystic Pizza," but her breakthrough hit came with "Pretty Woman." Since then she has been one of Hollywood's most sought-after and highest-paid actresses. Career highlights include tear-jerkers such as "Steel Magnolias," thrillers "Sleeping with the Enemy" and "The Pelican Brief," romantic comedies "My Best Friend's Wedding," "Runaway Bride" and "Notting Hill" and family dramas "Stepmom" and "Something to Talk About." She won an Oscar for her portrayal of real life legal assistant Erin Brockovich, who brought down a power company. Roberts was once married to country singer Lyle Lovett and is now married to Danny Moder with whom she has three children. Her niece, Emma Roberts, and brother, Eric Roberts, are also actors. « Show less
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  • Jim Buss says Dwight Howard was never really a Laker

    Jim Buss says Dwight Howard was never really a Laker
    Lakers owners/executives Jim and Jeanie Buss have different views on the exit of Dwight Howard. "He was never really a Laker," Jim said to Ric Bucher of The Hollywood Reporter. "He was just passing through." "It's disappointing that Dwight isn't here,...
  • A purple and gold town is feeling blue again

    A purple and gold town is feeling blue again
    What is usually a raucous beginning feels like an awkward ending. For the first time in 14 years, when the Lakers open training camp Saturday they will be taking the floor in the middle of a Dodgers town. The domination of buzz that began with the...
  • Dodgers' hot season fires up the faithful

    Dodgers' hot season fires up the faithful
    With her Dodgers dogged by injuries, Emma Amaya made a stop before work at the Our Lady Queen of Angels church in downtown Los Angeles, where she lit a prayer candle for her boys in blue. The next day, as the team prepared for game one of their series...
  • Dwight Howard's departure from Lakers is best for all concerned

    Dwight Howard's departure from Lakers is best for all concerned
    The Lakers didn't lose a center, they dodged a bullet. Take a hike, Dwight, and don't let your cape hit you on the way out. Dwight Howard has been formally chased out the door of basketball's greatest franchise by its legacy, its pressure, and,...
  • Lakers' pitch to Dwight Howard open to second-guessing

    Lakers' pitch to Dwight Howard open to second-guessing
    The Lakers had hoped to make it much ado about something, putting up billboards, sending out tweets and assembling a large contingent of players, coaches and team executives to persuade Dwight Howard to stay with the storied NBA franchise. The league'...
  • This can't end soon enough for the Lakers

    This can't end soon enough for the Lakers
    The Lakers guard stepped to the foul line and the familiar chant rose from the Staples Center crowd. “M-V-P! M-V-P! M-V-P!” Three wondrous letters symbolized the sorry end of a season. The Lakers fans were chanting for their only MVP still...
  • Bill Sharman, L.A. sports legend, speaks softly, carries a big heart

    Bill Sharman, L.A. sports legend, speaks softly, carries a big heart
    Bill Sharman is 87 years old. Saturday afternoon, he had a mild stroke. These things hit us like lightning bolts of reality. Los Angeles has more than its share of sports legends. We are blessed. We thought John Wooden would live forever. We were wrong....
  • Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash to assist in pursuit of Dwight Howard

    Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash to assist in pursuit of Dwight Howard
    Without the reassuring voice of Jerry Buss, the late Lakers owner whose eleventh-hour phone call prevented Kobe Bryant from going to the Clippers in 2004, the Lakers are turning to two veterans to help keep Dwight Howard in Los Angeles. Bryant and...
  • Letters: All-Star game is a giant bore

    Letters: All-Star game is a giant bore
    With barely any competition and TV ratings almost matching last year's historic lows, Bruce Bochy and Major League Baseball reaped what they sowed. In a low-scoring and boring contest, who wouldn't have wanted to see a Mariano Rivera vs. Yasiel Puig...
  • Watch the on-court similarities between Kobe Bryant, Michael Jordan

    Watch the on-court similarities between Kobe Bryant, Michael Jordan
    Trying to compare Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan can spark intense debate. Their career arcs took very different paths, but where they are undeniably close is in ring count.  Jordan won six titles with the Chicago Bulls. To date, Bryant has five with...
  • Mitch Kupchak doesn't see reason for Lakers to tank for lottery

    Mitch Kupchak doesn't see reason for Lakers to tank for lottery
    Lakers General Manager Mitch Kupchak doesn't see the virtue in tanking the season for a lottery pick. "The ping-pong lottery thing, even if you have the very worst team in the NBA, you're not guaranteed to get the first pick," Kupchak said Thursday to...