...who would you insist play you? Why?

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Mia Tyler- for when I was in my 20s.

The only one who could play me now is ME. I'm so ready for my closeup. Just don't zoom in on the wrinkles, darling.
Mae
Kate Hudson!!!
Kerry Washington. She's gorgeous, stylish, "real" and smart. If only I could be so lucky as to convince folks she looks like me!


Would have to be Bridget Fonda because I'm told I look like her.
Diane Lane would be the most likely candidate. I've been told I look like Marg Helgenberger (Catherine Willows on CSI) and Michelle Pfeiffer as well (TOTALLY don't see that one myself). But as far as personality, I'd like Buffy the Vampire Slayer to play me.

No, not Sarah Michelle Gellar. BUFFY.
Someone funny cause I find myself funny.
Jennifer Garner, Reese Witherspoon, or Naomi Watts.

These actresses are yummy mummies on the red carpet and slummy mummies with the kiddies. I do not mean that they look slummy or gross, but that they are not beautiful all the time when taking care of their kids. They look like the mom you know down the street. This is real life!
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Meg Ryan in the When Harry Met Sally era. She's quirky and funny and has that wild (permed, I assume) hair. My hair has gone from stick straight to crazy curly since the birth of my two kiddos, so we have that physically in common - if nothing else!.
I can't really think of anyone. Except maybe the light-skinned girl from the show Girlfriends. I think she could play me if she cut her hair.

Now, if I could pick a celebrity that wouldn't really look like me, I would pick Angelina Jolie because she's on hot mama!
it would be Michelle Yeoh 'cos we're both Malaysians. We live in the same town and were classmates back in the 70's. This could be her most challenging role as she's known for her butt-kicking and sword-wielding action !
Sally Field. Little resemblance. Similar stature. Enthusiasm. Appeals to the masses.
Or maybe Reese Witherspoon.

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