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Sela Ward Introduction
She may be in her 50s, but Sela Ward is still completely doable.
Sela Ward Life Story
Born in Meridian, Mississippi, she attended the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, where she was a cheerleader, the homecoming queen, and a double-major of art and advertising. She moved to New York City and began working as a storyboard artist when she decided she was hot enough to model on the side. She was right.
Sela Ward Career
Her first acting role was opposite Burt Reynolds in the semi-autobiographical The Man Who Loved Women (Kim Basinger, Marilu Henner). She is probably best known for work on the shows "Sisters" and "Once and Again". Her performances on these shows earned her two Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe. She also played the murdered wife of Harrison Ford in The Fugitive. At age 39 and still smoking hot, she auditioned for a role in the James Bond franchise: Tomorrow Never Dies. She was turned down for being too old despite being 3 years younger than would be co-star Pierce Brosnan. In response, she developed and produced a documentary, The Changing Face of Beauty, about American obsession with youth and its effect on women.
Sela Ward on the Web
Sela Ward attends EW Pre-Emmy Party | The Fan Sites Network ... The gallery at Adoring Sela Ward is updated with new photos from the EW Pre-Emmy Party. Adoring Sela Ward Gallery > Events > 2011 > 2011 Entertainment Weekly And Women In Film Pre-Emmy Party ...
CSI: NY – Sela Ward | Louis Sanchez Info “Sela Ward stars as beautiful, vulnerable heiress Sarah Hardy, recently wed and returning to her isolated childhood home, The Pine… Homesick The vibrant and beloved star of Once and Again and Sisters offers a story about ...