Joey Lauren Adams Seemingly Hasnt Aged a Day Since Chasing Amy -- See the Pics!
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Joey Lauren Adams was a staple in the Jersey director's movies -- starring in the beloved '90s cult hits Mallrats and Chasing Amy, as well as 's Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back -- and apparently, she hasn't aged a day since.
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Don't believe us? This is the year-old actress looking stunning on the CMT Awards red carpet in Nashville, Tennessee, on Wednesday, where she rocked a slinky powder blue slipdress:
And this is Adams in Chasing Amy, circa
Yes, there are actually 20 years in-between those two images. No, we can't tell a difference either.
Adams looks ah-may-zing, and we feel like she predicted this:
Smith seems to have a knack for casting his good friends who defy age. Adams starred alongside a then-little known actor, Ben Affleck, in both Chasing Amy and Mallrats, and the year-old screenwriter-director has also employed Matt Damon, Jason Lee, Shannen Doherty, Chris Rock, Salma Hayek, and Alanis Morisette, all members of what we have declared the Never Gonna Grow Old Fan Club.
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Basically, if Smith casts you, you're nearly guaranteed to defy the laws of aging and gravity.
Adams was at the CMT Awards for a good reason -- she was introducing a clip of her new show, Still the King, which stars Billy Ray Cyrus and premieres June 12 on the country music network. Get an exclusive peek of the sitcom in the video below.
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Date of birth 9 January
The zodiac sign Capricorn
Place of birth little Rock, ar, USA
Awards and prizes
Golden globes 1 nomination
American actress, Director and screenwriter.
Joey Lauren Adams began her career on television in , appearing in popular TV series Marriedwith children. Two years later she starred in the feature film dazed and confused. Later played a lot of comedies, such as Egghead, Lazy. However, the most popular work — the main role in the film chasing Amy, for which the actress was nominated for the award Golden globe and where he also acted as screenwriter.
In he made his directorial debut Adams: on the screens released her film Come early. For this work, the Director-the debutant received a nomination for the prestigious award Sundance.
Joey Lauren Adams
Joey Lauren Adams
Adams at the Louisville Supercon in
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North Little Rock, Arkansas, U.S.
Joey Lauren Adams (born January 9, ) is an American actress and director. Adams appeared in several Kevin SmithView Askewniverse films, including Chasing Amy, for which she was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.
Adams began her film career in with a small role in Exorcist II: The Heretic. From there she began to find larger roles. In , Adams appeared in "Top of the Heap", the th episode of Married with Children, and subsequently starred in its short-lived spinoff. In , Adams landed her first major film role as Simone in Richard Linklater's Dazed and Confused. The same year, she appeared in the Saturday Night Live spinoff film Coneheads as one of Connie Conehead's friends.
Two years later, Adams appeared in Mallrats, written and directed by Kevin Smith. The two started dating during the film's post-production, and their relationship provided the inspiration for Smith's next film, Chasing Amy. The relationship did not last long, but ended on friendly terms. Meanwhile, in , while Smith was finalizing the script for Chasing Amy, Adams was cast in the slapstick comedy Bio-Dome, which was directed by Jason Bloom. Adams played Monique, Bud Macintosh's (Pauly Shore) girlfriend.
In 's Chasing Amy, Adams played the lead role of Alyssa Jones, a lesbian who falls in love with a man, played by Ben Affleck. Later, Smith would describe Chasing Amy as a "sort of penance/valentine" and a "thank-you homage" to Adams. In addition to her acting work on the film, Adams wrote and performed the song "Alive" for the film's soundtrack.
Adams' performance in Chasing Amy earned her both the Chicago Film Critics Award and Las Vegas Film Critics Society Award for Most Promising Actress, and a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress-Motion Picture Musical or Comedy. From there, Adams was originally slated to play the female lead in Smith's next film, 's Dogma, but Linda Fiorentino ultimately won the role. However, she would later make brief appearances in two other Smith projects: the film Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, and the animated short Clerks: The Lost Scene, featured on the Clerks X DVD. In both of these appearances, Adams reprises the role of Alyssa Jones.
Her post-Smith projects included playing a spunky veterinarian's assistant who falls in love with a single father (Vince Vaughn) in 's A Cool, Dry Place. The following year, Adams appeared in her first big-budget Hollywood release, playing Adam Sandler's love interest in the successful comedy Big Daddy. She then went on to appear in many smaller films, including Beautiful and In the Shadows. In , she had a guest role in an episode of the TV series Veronica Mars.
Also in , Adams released her directorial debut film, Come Early Morning, starring Ashley Judd, Jeffrey Donovan, Diane Ladd, Tim Blake Nelson and Laura Prepon. The film, shot on location in Little Rock, Arkansas, was selected for the Sundance Film Festival.
In , she, along with Lian Lunson and Nicole Holofcener, was awarded the Women in FilmDorothy Arzner Directors Award. On November 24, , Interscope Records released Adams' directorial debut for a music video entitled "Belle of the Boulevard" by Dashboard Confessional.
Adams returned to TV in March , on the Showtime series The United States of Tara. She appeared in six episodes as Pammy, a barmaid who falls for Buck, one of the title character's alternate personalities.
Adams is also known for her distinctive voice which one film critic referred to as that of a "sex-kitten-on-helium". Regarding her voice, Adams commented: "It's not a normal voice. It doesn't fit into people's preconceptions about what a woman's voice should sound like. My mom doesn't think I have an unusual voice, though. I'm sure it's helped me get some roles. But Chasing Amy I almost didn't get. There was concern the voice would grate on some people, which some critics said it did." Another film critic said that whether viewers loved it or hated it, her voice had "the potential to hypnotize."
Adams was born in North Little Rock, Arkansas, the youngest of three children. Her father was a lumber yard owner. Adams grew up in the Overbrook neighborhood of North Little Rock and graduated from North Little Rock Northeast High School in She announced her intention to pursue acting after one year as an exchange student in Australia. In a May 7, appearance on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" to promote Chasing Amy, Adams revealed she was a niece to "Hee-Haw" cast member and ordained minister Grady Nutt.
She currently[when?] resides in Beverly Hills, California. Adams had previously lived in Oxford, Mississippi.
Adams married Brian Vilim in 
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