Nude Bridget Moynahan

Kathryn Bridget Moynahan (born April 28, 1971) is an American model and actress. After graduating from Longmeadow High School in 1989, Moynahan pursued a career in modeling. She was signed by a modeling agency, which led her to appear in everything from department store catalogs to gracing the covers of widely known magazines. After doing television commercials, she began taking acting lessons, in order to change occupations.

Moynahan made her television debut in a guest appearance in the comedy series Sex and the City in 1999, where she would later have a recurring role as the character Natasha. The following year, she made her feature film debut in Coyote Ugly. She was then cast in a supporting role in Serendipity (2001). Moynahan has appeared in an eclectic range of films, including the action film The Sum of All Fears (2002), spy thriller The Recruit (2003), the science-fiction movie I, Robot (2004), and the political thriller Lord of War (2005).

Away from film, Moynahan starred in the ABC television series Six Degrees, which premiered in September 2006. The show, however, was not successful, as it was canceled after one season. Since then, she has returned to film, starring in low-budget features. Moynahan completed work in Elizabeth Allen‘s Ramona and Beezus, which was released in July 2010. Returning to television, Moynahan stars in the CBS drama Blue Bloods.

In her personal life, Moynahan was in a three-year relationship with screenwriter Scott Rosenberg. She was then in a high-profile relationship with NFL quarterback Tom Brady from 2004 to 2006. In February 2007, it was announced that Moynahan was pregnant with Brady’s child. On August 22, 2007, she gave birth to a son, John Edward Thomas.

Career

Moynahan made her feature film debut in the 2000 comedy-drama Coyote Ugly as Rachel, a bartender/dancer in a wild New York bar,[10] a role that is considered Moynahan’s breakthrough.[11] She had accepted the role because she “thought it was interesting that the whole movie revolved around five women … and my character was so strong and independent.”[8] The film garnered generally unfavorable critical reviews,[12] but was a box office success, earning $133 million worldwide.[13] Her next role was a supporting role in 2001 film Serendipity as Hally, the fiancée of John Cusack‘s character.[14]

Moynahan was then cast opposite Ben Affleck and Morgan Freeman in the action film The Sum of All Fears, based on Tom Clancy‘s book of the same name.[15] Moynahan plays Dr. Catherine Muller, a strong, independent woman, and love interest for Affleck’s Jack Ryan.[16] Dave Larsen of the Dayton Daily News reported that the subplot involving Moynahan and Affleck was “the film’s weakest point.”[17] The Sum of All Fears received ambivalent reviews,[18] but was a commercial success, earning $193 million at the box office.[19] Her next role was as a CIA trainee in The Recruit (2003).[20] The movie was not well received,[21] with Mike Clark of USA Today commenting that The Recruit is “less-than-middling melodrama whose subject matter and talent never click as much as its credits portend.”[22]

In 2004, Moynahan starred alongside Will Smith in Alex Proyasscience fiction movie I, Robot, loosely based on Isaac Asimov‘s short story collection of the same name.[23] Moynahan portrays Dr. Susan Calvin, as a specialist in robot psychology.[24] Upon release, I, Robot received mixed reviews,[25] though critics enjoyed Moynahan’s performance. Daniel Neman of Richmond Times-Dispatch, who disliked the film, concluded that she “turns in an able performance as Dr. Calvin, the convenient character.”[26] With revenue of $347 million worldwide, the film remains Moynahan’s most commercially successful picture to date.[27] Her next movie was in 2005′s Lord of War, a political crime thriller, as Ava Fontaine Orlov, the wife of Nicolas Cage‘s character.[28] In 2006, Maxim magazine named her number 96 on its annual “Hot 100″ list.[29]

In September 2006, away from film, Moynahan starred as Whitney Crane in the ABC television drama series Six Degrees, co-starring alongside Jay Hernandez, Erika Christensen, Hope Davis, Dorian Missick, and Campbell Scott.[30] The series centered around six residents of New York City and their respective relationships and connections with one another, based on the idea of six degrees of separation.[31] It debuted on September 20, 2006, and was watched by almost 13.3 million viewers.[32] Six Degrees debuted to varied reception,[33] with David Hinckley of the New York Daily News writing, “In theory, it’s an intriguing concept for a series. But in practice, Six Degrees doesn’t work at all in drawing you in at the start.”[33] The series was canceled after one season in May 2007.[34]

Moynahan’s next film role was in the November 2006 thriller Unknown, about a group of individuals kidnapped, and trying to work together how to escape from their captors.[35] She was next seen in 2007, in Gray Matters, co-starring alongside Heather Graham and Tom Cavanaugh,[36] before being cast in Henry Bean‘s comedy-drama Noise, as Helen Owen, the wife of David Owen (Tim Robbins).[37] The movie was screened at a special presentation at the 2007 Rome Film Festival[38] and was released in theaters in 2008.[39]

In December 2008, Moynahan guest starred in two episodes of the ABC television comedy-drama Eli Stone, playing the titular character’s (Jonny Lee Miller) former girlfriend.[40] Returning to film, as the last feature she starred in was 2007′s Noise, Moynahan appeared in Ramona and Beezus, playing the mother to Joey King and Selena Gomez‘s characters.[41] The film was directed by Elizabeth Allen and released in July 2010. In July 2009, it was announced that Moynahan would star in Battle: Los Angeles, alongside Aaron Eckhart, Michelle Rodriguez, and Michael Peña,[42] scheduled for release in 2011. Away from film, Moynahan stars in the CBS television drama Blue Bloods, playing a prosecutor named Erin Reagan.

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~ by manumon24 on October 17, 2010.

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