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2014-05-15 12:21:29

Bridgestone redefining tire category with appeal to women, mothers and safety-minded drivers NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Bridgestone Americas (Bridgestone) is targeting a new audience of tire buyers with the advertising campaign for its revolutionary new tire line. The world's largest tire and rubber manufacturer has tapped Emmy-award winning actress and Modern Family star Julie Bowen to be featured in its new DriveGuard tire advertising campaign. The...

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2009-05-08 15:47:01

Julie Bowen's publicist said the U.S. actress gave birth Friday morning to twin boys she's named Gus and John. The news was confirmed exclusively to People magazine. Bowen and her real estate investor husband, Scott Phillips, are also the parents of a 2-year-old son, Oliver. The couple married in 2004. Bowen is best know for her work on the TV shows Boston Legal, Lost and Weeds.

2009-02-27 19:45:29

Julie Bowen's publicist has confirmed to People magazine that the U.S. television actress is pregnant with twin boys. Bowen and her real estate investor husband Scott Phillips, who married in 2004, also have a son Oliver, who is to turn 2 in April. The actress has appeared in the TV shows Ed, Lost, Boston Legal and Weeds.

2008-09-30 06:00:25

By Donna Freydkin NEW YORK -- Now that he's living in Manhattan's theater district, Hunter Parrish has his very own celebrity tour guide: Mary-Louise Parker. The actress, who plays Parrish's mom in Showtime's Weeds, sat rapt in the audience when Parrish made his Broadway debut in Spring Awakening. On Parrish's days off, Parker and her kids (son William, 4, and daughter Ash, 2) are serving as his personal Zagat guide. "We're going apple-picking. How great is that?" says Parrish,...


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