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Pj Harvey
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Vers Mathilde (2005)
Portable Stones (2005)
Vrede unge mænd (2004)
Shallow Hal (2001)
[ Gwyneth Paltrow ][ Brooke Burns ][ Molly Shannon ][ Laura Kightlinger ][ Erinn Bartlett ]
Luce dei miei occhi (2001)
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001)
[ Eliza Dushku ][ Shannon Elizabeth ][ Joey Lauren Adams ][ Ali Larter ][ Carrie Fisher ]
Brokedown Palace (1999)
[ Kate Beckinsale ][ Claire Danes ][ Aimee Graham ][ Amanda De-Cadenet ][ Nelly Furtado ]
The Book of Life (1998)
Girls Town (1996)
[ Lili Taylor ]
En avoir (ou pas) (1995)
[ Sandrine Kiberlain ][ Laetitia Palermo ]
Strange Days (1995)
[ Juliette Lewis ][ Kelly Hu ][ Angela Basset ][ Brigitte Bako ]
Butterfly Kiss (1995)
[ Amanda Plummer ][ Saskia Reeves ]
Batman Forever (1995)
[ Nicole Kidman ][ Drew Barrymore ][ Debi Mazar ][ Ria Coyne ]
The Basketball Diaries (1995)
[ Juliette Lewis ][ Brittany Daniel ][ Lorraine Bracco ][ Cynthia Daniel ]
Amateur (1994)
[ Parker Posey ][ Isabelle A ][ Liz Phair ] 100 Hot DVDs

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Ben Affleck
Jim Carrey
Leonardo Dicaprio
Ralph Fiennes
Jack Black
Paul Walker
Val Kilmer
Will Ferrell
Seann William Scott
Mark Wahlberg
Jason Lee
Kevin Smith
Vincent D'Onofrio
Tommy Lee Jones
Jason Mewes
Mark Hamill


Polly Jean Harvey was born in England on October 9th 1969. The daughter of a quarryman father and an artist mother, Polly Jean, or PJ as she is more commonly known, was raised on a sheep farm in Yeovil, Somerset. She learned to play a number of instruments as a child (including guitar, saxophone, and violin) and as a teenager played in several bands. After much procrastination and self-doubt regarding her future profession (she was torn for quite a while between her passion for music and her desire to become either a nurse or a vet) she eventually, at age 21, formed the band dubbed "PJ Harvey" with bassist Steve Vaughn and drummer Robert Ellis. The newly formed trio recorded their debut EP 'Dress' for very little money, but the demos were good enough to get them signed to British indie label Too Pure who released the EP in late 1991 (to enormous acclaim from the British music press.) PJ's first full-length record was released the following Spring, again to lavish praise from the music press. The album was released on the highly credible Island label in the US that same year.Shortly after touring in support of the record PJ suffered what was very nearly a total nervous breakdown (due to the pressure of her new found acclaim, success, and the strains of touring.) Nevertheless, she recorded her second album 'Rid Of Me' with notorious alternative producer Steve Albini later that year. The record was released in 1993 and was her biggest success to date. After the tour for the album Polly Jean parted ways with the two other members of the band and ventured out alone for her next album, 1995's 'To Bring You My Love'. Yet another critical success upon its February 1995 release, Polly toured the album for the next year, then took 1996 off. She recorded her next album 'Is This Desire?' in late 1997. Its release in 1998 prompted speculation in the music press about her mental state, the album being a deeply disturbing, dark, and confusing work. Ever stoical about her private life, PJ refused (for the most part) to comment. Two years later, after living in New York City for much of 1999, she reunited with her former bandmates and recorded her fifth album 'Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea'. The record was released in 2000 and recieved, as per usual, much acclaim. It was a slightly more mainstream effort than her previous "difficult" works, but nevertheless was well recieved by both old fans and newcomers to her distinctive musical sound. She toured the album for most of 2001 and received the Mercury Music Prize (one of the highest honours in the British music industry) for it on September 12th. She accepted the award by telephone from Washington DC (where she was on tour at the time) and called recieving the award "a very strange end to a very strange 24 hours." (in reference to the terrorist attacks of the previous morning in Washington and New York.) In December 2001 PJ was named the Number 1 female rock star in history by Q magazine.

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