Her first ticket was for talking on the cell phone while driving, and the crimes grew from there to include a DUI for sideswiping a police car, two hit-and-runs, driving with a suspended license, tampering with evidence by throwing a bong out her Manhattan apartment window during an arrest for marijuana possession, and starting a small fire in front of a stranger’s house. Next came the hit movies, Freaky Friday and Mean Girls. The temptations of tinsel town proved to be too much for the Disney star, and she has spent time in and out of court mandated rehabilitation, jail and psychotherapy, while appearing in less than critically acclaimed films.
She keeps trying though and, perhaps one day, she will get her mojo back. Jones – Starred as the sarcastic, wise-cracking son of single father, Jon Cryer, who lives with his uncle (and Cryer’s brother), Charlie Sheen in the popular comedy, Two and a Half Men.
The 36-year-old news anchor has been able to keep her private life private.
“But I can tell you, when Hailey Dean starts to show up, people start dropping like flies, Mario!
'" Three years earlier, Bonaduce had promised Railsback, now 28, that he would marry her at a moment's notice and even had a ring ready, according to People. "I was going to tell him," the former substitute teacher turned talent manager told People of making wedding plans.
"It was an unintentional surprise." Flash forward to late November of this year, and the couple made it official with just a wedding coordinator and a minister as witnesses to their sunset ceremony at Plumeria Point.
” After leaving HLN, her TV home of 12 years, she is now executive producer of “Hailey Dean Mystery: Murder, With Love,” a TV movie based on her series of bestselling books... “It really is a collage of people I’ve known, cases I’ve prosecuted or covered,” she told Mario.
Danica Mc Kellar – Winnie of The Wonder Years appears to be a winner at transitioning from child actress to adult actress—not to mention author of several books on the joys of math for middle and high schoolers and film director and writer.