Claire Biel-Timberlake (born March 3, 1982) is an American
actress, model and singer. She began her career as a vocalist
appearing in musical productions until she was cast as Mary
Camden in the family-drama series 7th Heaven, for which she
achieved recognition. The series till now is the longest-running
series that has ever aired on The WB channel and is the
longest-running family drama in television history. In 1997,
she won the Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Feature
Film – Supporting Young Actress for her role in Ulee's Gold.
Biel has since starred in many films, including The Rules of
Attraction (2002), The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003), Blade:
Trinity (2004), Stealth (2005), I Now Pronounce You Chuck and
Larry (2007), The A-Team (2010), New Year's Eve (2011), and
Total Recall (2012). She appeared in the thriller indie film
Emanuel and the Truth about Fishes in 2013.
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glamour was originally meant to be; a
spell cast over someone, particularly to change how things appeared
to them. The primary modern meaning of the word relates to fascination,
charisma, beauty, or attraction. Celebrities
are often referenced as glamorous. In addition to celebs being
glamorous, regular every day people, or their lifestyles,
can be described as glamorous. Although many words which end in
in British English are spelled with "or"
in American English, "glamour" is an exception with the "u"
usually being retained. This may
be due to its original being Scottish rather than French or Latin.
The alternative spelling "glamour"
is sometimes used in American English, but not as frequently.
Also, Glamour in modern day is occasionally
abbreviated as simply Glam.