A big-city newspaper columnist is forced to enter a drug and alcohol rehab cen... A big-city newspaper columnist is forced to enter a drug and alcohol rehab center after ruining her sister's wedding and crashing a stolen limousine. Read more
Six months after the incidents involving the lethal videotape, new clues prove... Six months after the incidents involving the lethal videotape, new clues prove that there is a new evil lurking in the darkness. Read more
A father-son underwater adventure featuring Nemo, a boy clownfish, stolen from... A father-son underwater adventure featuring Nemo, a boy clownfish, stolen from his coral reef home. His timid father must then travel to Sydney and search Sydney Harbour to find Nemo. Read more
Julia Elizabeth Perkins (born November 18, 1960) is an American actress best known for starring in Miracle on 34th Street and as Celia Hodes on Weeds. Born Julia Elizabeth Perkins in Queens, New York City, the daughter of Jo Williams, a drug treatment counselor and concert pianist, and James Perkins, a farmer, writer and businessman. Her paternal grandparents were Greek immigrants from Salonika who anglicized their surname from "Pisperikos" to "Perkins" when they emigrated to the United States. Perkins was raised in Colrain, Massachusetts; her parents divorced in 1963. She began working in theatre with Arena Civic Theatre, a non-profit community theatre group based out of Greenfield, Massachusetts. After finishing high school at Northfield Mount Hermon School she spent three years in Chicago studying acting at the famous Goodman School of Drama. In 1984, she made her theatrical debut on Broadway in Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs, and afterward worked in a number of ensemble...