Accidentally stepped into the glamorous world of modeling then Hollywood, Molly Sims amazingly has soared not only to be a first-class supermodel America ever has, but also a promising screen star as well, many thanks to her roommate who was very responsible for this to happen.A native of Murray, Kentucky born on May 25, 1973 to Jim and Dottie Sims, she originally had never planted any slightest thought of developing a career in both fields, let alone acting, as her mind was rather focused to be a lawyer when she finished her study at Murray High School.Later entered Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee by 1991 in her effort to accomplish the goal, it was during this period that her roommate successfully persuaded the green-eyed teen to pose for a few photographs and boldly sent them to some modeling agencies in New York.Much to Molly's surprise, her pictures quickly came to the attention of Next Agency and sensing that she had the potentiality to be a fine model, the company subsequently offered her a promising deal which she gladly accepted.Harley Jane Kozak (born January 28, 1957) is an American actress and author.
(1989), before starring in the major studio films Parenthood (1989) and Arachnophobia (1990). She attended New York University's Graduate Acting Program at the Tisch School of the Arts, graduating in 1980.Kozak continued to act in film throughout the remainder of the 1990s and into the 2000s, but turned her focus to writing. Her debut novel, Dating Dead Men, earned her an Agatha, Anthony, and Macavity Award. Kozak starred in movies such as The House on Sorority Row (1983), Parenthood (1989), Side Out (1990), Arachnophobia (1990), The Taking of Beverly Hills (1991), Necessary Roughness (1991), All I Want for Christmas (1991), The Favor (1994), Magic in the Water (1995) and the soap operas Texas (from November 1981 to December 1982 as Brette Wheeler), Guiding Light (from 1983 to 1985 and a one-day voice-over in February 1990, as both Annabelle Sims Reardon and Annabelle's deceased mother, in 1983 flashbacks, Annie Sims) and Santa Barbara (from 1985 to 1986 and again in 1989, as former nun, Mary Duvall Mc Cormick).Kozak was born Susan Jane Kozak in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, the daughter of Dorothy (née Taraldsen), a university music teacher, and Joseph Aloysius Kozak, an attorney. In Santa Barbara, her character died in an accident where a giant neon letter "C" toppled on top of her during an argument atop the Capwell hotel.A few weeks ago, I read that Molly Sims and Aaron Eckhart were dating. I think I even read it in this Fox News 411 story, where Molly confirmed their couple status by nodding her head and saying “Aaron’s a great guy! Anyway, we didn’t report it because who really cares, right? His receding hairline bothers me a little, but I like that he hasn’t gone for a bad rug or plugs (cough cough Piven cough).