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Keeley Hazell 2009 official Calendar swimsuit edition is what making news right now. This Keeley Hazel 2009 Calendar features the popular Page 3 Girl and glamour model. Keeley competed in The Daily Star’s ‘ Search for a Beach Babe ’ contest and won and later entered The Sun’s Page 3 Idol competition which she won in December 2004. Keeley is currently a very popular glamour model appearing regularly in The Sun, Zoo magazine and several calendars including this Official Keeley Hazell 2009 Calendar. This Keeley Hazell 2009 Calendar will definitely make mornings worth getting up for! Please Enjoy Keeley Hazell 2009 official Calendar below after the jump. Related posts: Keeley Hazell launches Playstation-3 MotorStorm Pacific Rift Gemma Atkinson Official Calender 2010 Pictures Bar Refaeli Sizzles in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2009
by Bobbi Miller-Moro Actress Kristin Wallace came from a sizzling hot TV/ Film career in Canada straight to Hollywood, and has not touched the ground since she arrived with back to back films. She has new leading role in 'Fire Watch' (2010) a film shooting this fall with Director Nicholas Kinsey same director from 'My Best Friend's Deception' (2009), Kristin was also the lead, and she signed with Prodigy Talent Management. Her passion for acting is more than just noticeable, it is appreciated as she was just moved up to the master class in the Ivana Chubbuck Studio. Her fiery, balls out performances are breathtaking and just as she leaves you wanting more; she turns into a sweet purring vixen that has the likes of Megan Fox shifting in her heals. Leaving nothing on the table, she has played compelling characters in 'How To Rob A Bank' as Julie; 'Harold Joy' as the lead, 'Righteous Indignation' she plays Maria as a supporting character, and 'For You Trish' as the lead and she played 'If The Devil Comes' as the lead. And that is just in the film world, she has a dizzying array of credits in television and theater. best known is Canada with the wildly popular television hit 'Team Epic' where she plays bad ass "Valkyrie", a hot-tempered super hero in a mini golden bikini. Kristin's bright green eyes and black hair gives her 5' 9" frame a traffic stopping appeal that comes to life on the green screen. No character can escape her intensity, from a high school 'girl you love to hate', or sexy screen siren that makes you want to go hide your husbands. Her bad girl image has you scratching your head as she throws one curve ball after another. She looks as though she can play the iciest Vampire with her pale skin and wicked smile. I sat down with this Canadian bombshell at the Standard Hotel on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood. She walked up to the table with a one piece mini dress with ten foot long legs and dark hair spilling all around her thin frame. She graciously shook my hand and I welcomed her to Hollywood, not that she hasn't been embraced by Hollywood already. Bobbi Q: How old were you when you knew you wanted to act? Kristin A: I was born with the acting bug. In fact, some of my first memories are of me on stage as a very young child. But the defining moment had to be when I was 11 years old watching “Dirty Dancing”…my mom is still shocked she let me see this at that age…I fell in love; I dreamt that it was my story and I was in it! I had an obsession and fascination with all of it. [laughs] Movies like this helped shape the actress I am today. Bobbi Q: Who were your major influences? Kristin A: I have always looked up to Rachel McAdams and Ellen Burstyn. Both have inspired me and taught me so much. Rachel has excelled in every genre she has lived in; I aspire to be like her. And I was lucky enough to meet Ellen at TIFF this past year…I could barely speak…I was blown away by her energy and life. I did manage to tell her she was one of my biggest inspirations…then blushed and walked away [smiles]. Bobbi Q: What movies would you watch growing up that influenced you? Kristin A: I loved the Indiana Jones’s films. In fact, all of Steven Spielberg’s films’ have had a huge impact on me. If I had to pick one movie that influenced me, it would have to be “E.T”. This film touched me in a way that allowed my huge imagination to run free. It was so magically, I fell in love with E.T and I was deeply affected by how Steven created everything in the film…I had to know. Bobbi Q: Well obviously you loved to watch a lot of movies growing up, was your family then shocked when you went into acting? How does your family feel about your acting career now? Kristin A: My family is very supportive. They are normally always surprised at what comes out of their little daughter actually (laughs) My dad has always told me to push my boundaries, take risks and go for it all the way. I admire and listen to those words. My mom has always told me to do what will make me the happiest and follow that with all my heart, again wise words to take to heart. Bobbi Q: What was your first major success as an actor? Kristin A: A defining moment had to have been when I booked my first series regular on the TV series “Team Epic”. I played a female super hero, so they trained me in martial arts and quarterstaff fighting, as well as personal training sessions to improve my strength. It was pretty unreal all the cool things I got paid to learn from the top experts in Toronto. I was hooked. Bobbi Q: How long have you been involved in acting until now? Kristin A: I actually was quite shy about sharing any of my acting aspirations for a while. I did some theater throughout high school but really didn’t have the courage to actually go for it with all my heart until university. I majored in theater receiving an Honors Bachelor of Dramatic Arts, performing in multiple plays at a time. But professionally, meaning when I first started to get paid…[laughs]…it’s been almost two years. Bobbi Q: Well obviously you are doing something right then, do you study any specific disciplines or techniques? Kristin A: I’m always open to new techniques. I like to keep things fresh and fun for myself. Whenever I am not working I am studying with multiple teachers. I like to take what works for me from each of them and apply it in my own way to my work. Currently I am studying with Ivana Chubbuck and Margie Haber. Both of these classes have changed my life; I also really love improv. I am constantly looking to expand my knowledge because I think it is very important to always grow as an actor. Bobbi Q: Why did you make the leap from Canada to the US? Kristin A: Riding the coat tales on the success of “My Best Friend’s Deception”, I knew the time was right. I grew enormously shooting the film; it had such a profound affect on me as an actor. With lots of encouragement I decided to cross the border and take my career to the next level. With my dual-citizenship…thanks mom…I knew I had nothing stopping me.