Actress who all had a job in Jungle 2 Jungle with Tim Allen and starred in Deep Influence. She was nominated for an Emmy on her behalf function in Joan of Arc. She announced her pension from performing in 2012. She was uncovered at a her senior high school cafeteria with a skill scout. Early in her profession, she received many advantageous comparisons to celebrity Helen Hunt. She wedded Adam Kimmel this year 2010, and a calendar year later she provided delivery to a little girl called Louisanna. In 2014, she and Kimmel acquired a son called Martin. She starred with Peter O’Toole in it present Joan of Arc.
Awards Young Hollywood Award for Female Superstar of Tomorrow
Nominations Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress In A Mini-series or Motion Picture Made for Television, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Movie, Satellite Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Breakout Star
Movies The Glass House, Eyes Wide Shut, Joy Ride, Deep Impact, Here on Earth, 88 Minutes, Never Been Kissed, In the Name of the King, The Wicker Man, Finding Bliss, Uprising, In a Dark Place, My First Mister, Jungle 2 Jungle, Walk All over Me, A Soldier's Daughter Never Cries, Public Enemies, The Idol, Night Train, The Last Film Festival, Heavens Fall, Branded, A Horse for Danny, The Elder Son, Acts of Violence, Max, Lying, Reunion, Hercules, Coven, Joan of Arc
TV Shows NYC 22, Hercules, F/X: The Series, Charlie Grace, Joan of Arc, Dangerous Liaisons, Uprising, The Home Court
Star Sign Gemini
Gave birth to her 2nd child at age 31, a son named Martin Kimmel in July 2014. Child's father is her 2nd husband, Adam Kimmel.
(August 31, 2010) Married for the 2nd tie her boyfriend of 19 months and father of her 8-month-old daughter, Louisanna, Adam Kimmel following a 13-month-long engagement.
Returned to work 6 months after giving birth to her daughter Louisianna in order to film her guest appearance on Drop Dead Diva (2009).
Gave birth to her 1st child at age 26, a daughter named Louisanna Ray Kimmel on December 15, 2009. Child's father is her fiancé (now 2nd husband), Adam Kimmel.
Youngest actress ever to portray Joan of Arc in a movie (Joan of Arc (1999)) and, because of that, the one who is the closest to the real age of the historical figure at the time the story takes place.
In 2001, she matriculated with the class of 2005 at Brown University, but she has since taken time off to advance her career. She remains a popular topic of conversation of Brown students.
Her father, Jean Sobieski, is a French-born painter. Her mother, Elizabeth Sobieski (née Salomon), is an American-born writer. Leelee's father is of Polish and Swiss descent. Leelee's maternal grandfather was from a Russian Jewish family, while Leelee's maternal grandmother was of Belarusian Jewish/Lithuanian Jewish descent (on her own father's side), and of Dutch descent (on her own mother's side).
Australian band Primitive Whore perform a song titled "Why Leelee won't Love Me".
Is fluent in French.
Bears such an uncanny resemblance to actress Helen Hunt that many people believe she is Hunt's younger sister. The two are not related.
Collects locks of hair from major stars appearing with her in films. Tom Cruise refused to participate when filming Eyes Wide Shut (1999).
This girl at 17 really led an army, this girl at 19 really burned at the stake by her own choice. And you sit there and you want to figure out why did she make these choices? How did she live such a life?
When I had my daughter, Louisanna, two and a half years ago, I started recording every funny or sweet thing she said or did on my phone.
I always get scared of traffic cops when I'm driving, like I freak out even when I'm not doing anything wrong. I still think they're going to pull me over and arrest me.
I guess because it feels more open, but I think being married is way sexier, because it's really like your soul partner in a permanent fashion, and then you strive for it to be something permanent, and that type of commitment and trust, if you can achieve it, is so good for the soul.
I think when you're doing a lead role, there is so much more pressure. If you fail, not only do you fail, but everybody else fails, too. As opposed to when it's a supporting role and it's only you that sucked.
Now when I see something beautiful or funny or sweet, sometimes I reach for my camera, but other times I think, 'I need to let this moment exist. I don't have to capture everything. I just want to experience it.'
I've never played anybody like a cop before.
I've never scratched, or punched, or slapped anybody in my real life.
I, like many people, am constantly on my phone.
If only I could find a guy who wasn't in his 70s to talk to me about white cranes, I'd be madly in love.
Sometimes, taking a job is like going to a shrink or something, where you get to know yourself better.
I go short and sweet on the engagement. I did have a longish engagement, but I think short and sweet is best.
I heard someone say the other day that they thought it was sexier to call someone their fiancé instead of their husband or wife.
I live in New York and it's the greatest city, but sometimes I want to move to the place with the porch and the lemonade and the farm.
I text my girlfriends. I look at Facebook. I check my e-mail. If I'm away from the news cycle more than a few hours, I feel out of touch.
I think people really don't like cops so much; they're kind of rude to them or treat them like they can't see them.
I'm a hopeless romantic with a dirty mind.
I was being honest - I have nothing to hide. All I do, all the time, with everybody, is tell them what I am thinking, what I am feeling.
I did try to get a few of those teen high-school movies, but they just didn't like me. I guess I wasn't a certain type.
I'm open to whatever is meant to be, it will be.
Honestly, ever since I've been married, the part of a job as an actress where you have to kiss other people, I find totally bizarre.
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