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Postby Madoline » Thu Jun 07, 2001 11:31 pm

This was all me, need sources let me know.

Who is that charismatic, good-looking, and quiet young actor you’ve been hearing so much about? Well, if it’s movies like “The Faculty,â€￾ “Halloween H2O,â€￾ and “Pearl Harborâ€￾ being used as bait, it’s probably Hollywood rookie Josh Hartnett. After making a large splash onto the movie scene in 1998, starring next to Jamie Lee Curtis in the much anticipated series thriller “Halloween H20,â€￾ Josh became fresh meat to young girls everywhere. He seems to have the mark of a pro Hollywood movie kid, but really, Josh comes from an extremely humble background. He was born Joshua Daniel Hartnett on July 21st, 1978 in San Francisco CA. The family, however, soon moved Josh and his three younger siblings (Jake, Joe, and Jessica) to St. Paul, Minnesota. He began his schooling days at Nativity of our Lord grade school and then went on to Middle School at Creitin Durham Hall. In 1992 Josh made the big jump to St. Paul’s South High school where he shared the classroom with fellow star on the rise Rachel Leigh Cook. While in High school, Josh was your everyday kid. He was on the football team and he took odd jobs, particularly the movie store he started at, to pay for everything a high schooler would need. However, at the age of 16 Josh’s football playing came to a dead stop after a blow to his knee stopped all rough activity for the year. Taking his friends up on a bet, Josh soon auditioned for his South High School’s fall play, where he eventually found his calling. Finding his love of the stage Josh soon honed his skills at the Children’s Theater Company, Youth Performance Company, and Stepping Stone Theater. Eventually he landed his first ever television appearance in a Norwest Airlines Commercial. He graduated in the spring of 1996 and jetted off for acting school at New York’s SUNY (State University of New York). He admitted in an interview for Cracker that he was kicked out for writing an “eloquent letterâ€￾ to the program directors about their needs to fund the program better, and he sly fully added, “and something about a professor’s daughter…â€￾ Refusing to give up his dreams to become an actor Josh high tailed it to L.A. and would eventually audition for Dawson’s Creek six times and try a shot at a role in “Postmenâ€￾ with Kevin Costner. After hard work and determination Josh got his big brake when Stephen Cragg offered him a part in the short-lived television series “Cracker.â€￾ This opened not only fellow actor’s eyes, but people in Hollywood all together. The very next year Josh was offered his first on screen role to act as Jamie Lee Curtis’s prep school son in the epic thriller “Halloween H20:Twenty Years Later.â€￾ Josh seemed to have a knack for the horror flick scene and the next year he popped up again, this time as troubled child and mad scientist Zeke in Robert Rodriguez’s “The Faculty.â€￾ Fulfilling his reported “knack for dating co-starsâ€￾ Josh was rumored to snatch up fellow “Facultyâ€￾ cast member Jordana Brewster for a short period of time. The two, along with the rest of the “Facultyâ€￾ cast were soon signed a contract with the Tommy Hilfiger company. Yearning more to step outside the “teen idolâ€￾ cover he had been given, Josh ventured off onto Sofia Coppola’s odd flick “The Virgin Suicides.â€￾ Playing Trip Fontaine, Josh says it was the character he felt “most at home with.â€￾ Moving on Josh paved way to his superstardom with the story-book romance “Here on Earthâ€￾ where he met and befriended fellow co-star Chris Klein. It was during this time that Josh was rumored to get involved briefly with Canadian Model Estella Warren. Heading into 2000 Josh began work on Tim Nelson’s much anticipated release of “O,â€￾ a Shakespearian knock off of “Othello.â€￾ Also in 2000, Josh filmed “Blow Dryâ€￾ with fellow Minnesotan and High school buddy Rachel Leigh Cook. He had a smaller, yet significant role in Peter Chelsom’s “Town and Countryâ€￾ that same year. According to Entertainment Weekly magazine, Josh’s next role would be the hardest for him, not only to accept, but to deal with every day afterward. That movie, which would launch Josh into film superstardom was Michael Bay’s epic “Pearl Harbor.â€￾ Josh admitted to Entertainment Weekly that he was “scared to take the role because I was a bit concerned that it might make me a bit more famous than I already am.â€￾ Reportedly, after a much needed trip across the river (from Minneapolis to St. Paul) and a brief discussion with his dad over a car wash, Josh decided to take on the role of Danny Walker next to Ben Affleck and Kate Beckinsale. The movie itself fell short of Titanic, not only in budget, but also in opening week box office sales, however, for Josh, he did not fall short of Leonardo DiCaprio style success off the film. Recently Josh has been setting records for website visits all over the internet and his upcoming films, “40 days and 40 nights,â€￾ “Black Hawk Dawn,â€￾ and “Member,â€￾ are sure to bring the young girls swarming to the theaters. But don’t move too fast girls, this boy is hot to trot, the June edition of German “Cosmopolitanâ€￾ stated that Josh was seeing a Russian actress of who’s name was not revealed. And here in the States the word is he snatched up one-hit-wonder Natalie Imbruglia. But, keep your eyes pealed, we haven’t seen the last of Josh Hartnett.


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Postby Katie » Thu Jun 07, 2001 11:35 pm

SO LOVE IT. it is perfect

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Postby admin » Thu Jun 07, 2001 11:47 pm

wow... great work. Now add paragraph breaks and just to nitpick, The Sun is a British paper.

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Postby Madoline » Fri Jun 08, 2001 12:10 am

EDITED VERSION!!

Who is that charismatic, good-looking, and quiet young actor you’ve been hearing so much about? Well, if it’s movies like “The Faculty,â€￾ “Halloween H2O,â€￾ and “Pearl Harborâ€￾ being used as bait, it’s probably Hollywood rookie Josh Hartnett. After making a large splash onto the movie scene in 1998, starring next to Jamie Lee Curtis in the much anticipated series thriller “Halloween H20,â€￾ Josh became fresh meat to young girls everywhere.

He seems to have the mark of a pro Hollywood movie kid, but really, Josh comes from an extremely humble background. He was born Joshua Daniel Hartnett on July 21st, 1978 in San Francisco CA. The family, however, soon moved Josh and his three younger siblings (Jake, Joe, and Jessica) to St. Paul, Minnesota. He began his schooling days at Nativity of our Lord grade school and then went on to Middle School at Creitin Durham Hall. In 1992 Josh made the big jump to St. Paul’s South High school where he shared the classroom with fellow star on the rise Rachel Leigh Cook. While in High school, Josh was your everyday kid. He was on the football team and he took odd jobs, particularly the movie store he started at, to pay for everything a high schooler would need. However, at the age of 16 Josh’s football playing came to a dead stop after a blow to his knee stopped all rough activity for the year. Taking his friends up on a bet, Josh soon auditioned for his South High School’s fall play, where he eventually found his calling. Finding his love of the stage Josh soon honed his skills at the Children’s Theater Company, Youth Performance Company, and Stepping Stone Theater. Eventually he landed his first ever television appearance in a Norwest Airlines Commercial.

He graduated in the spring of 1996 and jetted off for acting school at New York’s SUNY (State University of New York). He admitted in an interview for Cracker that he was kicked out for writing an “eloquent letterâ€￾ to the program directors about their needs to fund the program better, and he sly fully added, “and something about a professor’s daughter…â€￾ Refusing to give up his dreams to become an actor Josh high tailed it to L.A. and would eventually audition for Dawson’s Creek six times and try a shot at a role in “Postmenâ€￾ with Kevin Costner. After hard work and determination Josh got his big brake when Stephen Cragg offered him a part in the short-lived television series “Cracker.â€￾ This opened not only fellow actor’s eyes, but people in Hollywood all together.

The very next year Josh was offered his first on screen role to act as Jamie Lee Curtis’s prep school son in the epic thriller “Halloween H20:Twenty Years Later.â€￾ Josh seemed to have a knack for the horror flick scene and the next year he popped up again, this time as troubled child and mad scientist Zeke in Robert Rodriguez’s “The Faculty.â€￾ Fulfilling his reported “knack for dating co-starsâ€￾ Josh was rumored to snatch up fellow “Facultyâ€￾ cast member Jordana Brewster for a short period of time. The two, along with the rest of the “Facultyâ€￾ cast were soon signed a contract with the Tommy Hilfiger company. Yearning more to step outside the “teen idolâ€￾ cover he had been given, Josh ventured off onto Sofia Coppola’s odd flick “The Virgin Suicides.â€￾ Playing Trip Fontaine, Josh says it was the character he felt “most at home with.â€￾ Moving on Josh paved way to his superstardom with the story-book romance “Here on Earthâ€￾ where he met and befriended fellow co-star Chris Klein. It was during this time that Josh was rumored to get involved briefly with Canadian Model Estella Warren. Heading into 2000 Josh began work on Tim Nelson’s much anticipated release of “O,â€￾ a Shakespearian knock off of “Othello.â€￾ Also in 2000, Josh filmed “Blow Dryâ€￾ with fellow Minnesotan and High school buddy Rachel Leigh Cook. He had a smaller, yet significant role in Peter Chelsom’s “Town and Countryâ€￾ that same year.

According to Entertainment Weekly magazine, Josh’s next role would be the hardest for him, not only to accept, but to deal with every day afterward. That movie, which would launch Josh into film superstardom was Michael Bay’s epic “Pearl Harbor.â€￾ Josh admitted to Entertainment Weekly that he was “scared to take the role because I was a bit concerned that it might make me a bit more famous than I already am.â€￾ Reportedly, after a much needed trip across the river (from Minneapolis to St. Paul) and a brief discussion with his dad over a car wash, Josh decided to take on the role of Danny Walker next to Ben Affleck and Kate Beckinsale. The movie itself fell short of Titanic, not only in budget, but also in opening week box office sales, however, for Josh, he did not fall short of Leonardo DiCaprio style success off the film.

Recently Josh has been setting records for website visits all over the internet and his upcoming films, “40 days and 40 nights,â€￾ “Black Hawk Dawn,â€￾ and “Member,â€￾ are sure to bring the young girls swarming to the theaters. But don’t move too fast girls, this boy is hot to trot, the June edition of German “Cosmopolitanâ€￾ stated that Josh was seeing a Russian actress of who’s name was not revealed. And here in the States the word from British Tabloid “The Starâ€￾ is he snatched up one-hit-wonder Natalie Imbruglia. But, keep your eyes pealed, we haven’t seen the last of Josh Hartnett.

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Postby Madoline » Fri Jun 08, 2001 1:32 am

you gonna use it mr abs.

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Postby admin » Fri Jun 08, 2001 2:20 am

yep... I'll try to get the page up by Sunday, I hope. Thanks again.

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Postby HotStuff113 » Fri Jun 08, 2001 4:00 am

[color=hotpink] wow thats cool Mady!! GREAT job!!! :biggrin'

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Postby HotStuff113 » Fri Jun 08, 2001 4:05 am

whoops i meant to do :(

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Postby deedar » Fri Jun 08, 2001 12:28 pm

mady, girl, you are the bomb!!!!
you covered it all!!!!
i'm so proud of my powerpuff girls!!!! :(
what will be up by sunday? oh am i being nosey?
i think i am so excited because mady is so excited and now katie is so excited and hotstuff is excited!! this can go on forever at this rate!! lo lol :laugh:

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Postby admin » Sun Jun 10, 2001 2:06 am

Mady, IMDB says he was born in St. Paul... hmmm

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Postby Madoline » Sun Jun 10, 2001 9:39 am

Trust me Mr. Abs dude Its San Fransisco

heres one webpage that said that

1kidd.com/hartnett/hartnett.htmlhttp://www.1kidd.com/hartnett/hartnett.html

heres another one

geocities.com/Tokyo/Gulf/3635/info.htmlhttp://www.geocities.com/Tokyo/Gulf/3635/info.html

heres another

hartnett-heaven.co.uk/Biography.htmlhttp://www.hartnett-heaven.co.uk/Biography.html

look ANOTHER ONE!

angelfire.com/oh2/OfficiallyJHartnett/ojh.htmlhttp://www.angelfire.com/oh2/OfficiallyJHa...rtnett/ojh.html

HERES A REALLY PRESTIGOUS ONE

film.com/topten/actors/joshhartnett/index.jhtmlhttp://www.film.com/topten/actors/joshhart...ett/index.jhtml

Heres another prestigious news one.

http://celebs.absolutenow.com/josh_hartnett/http://celebs.absolutenow.com/josh_hartnett/


I think IMDb needs to get new reporters.........like myself :)

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Postby Amber123 » Wed Jun 13, 2001 6:33 am

He is born and raised in St Paul.

In this interview he's says so

http://preview.hollywood.com/sites/pearlharbour/id/467514http://preview.hollywood.com/sites/pearlha...rbour/id/467514

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Postby Amber123 » Wed Jun 13, 2001 6:36 am

Oops!
The link has to be harbor
this is the right one

http://preview.hollywood.com/sites/pearlharbor/id/467514http://preview.hollywood.com/sites/pearlha...arbor/id/467514

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Postby Madoline » Wed Jun 13, 2001 10:35 am

uhh ohhhh, mady isnt a very good detective, now I have to change it. So if you want an edited version....here ya go sir!

Who is that charismatic, good-looking, and quiet young actor you’ve been hearing so much about? Well, if it’s movies like “The Faculty,â€￾ “Halloween H2O,â€￾ and “Pearl Harborâ€￾ being used as bait, it’s probably Hollywood rookie Josh Hartnett. After making a large splash onto the movie scene in 1998, starring next to Jamie Lee Curtis in the much anticipated series thriller “Halloween H20,â€￾ Josh became fresh meat to young girls everywhere.

He seems to have the mark of a pro Hollywood movie kid, but really, Josh comes from an extremely humble background. He was born Joshua Daniel Hartnett on July 21st, 1978 in St. Paul, Minnesota as the oldest of three siblings (Jake, Joe, and Jessica). He began his schooling days at Nativity of our Lord grade school and then went on to Middle School at Creitin Durham Hall. In 1992 Josh made the big jump to St. Paul’s South High school where he shared the classroom with fellow star on the rise Rachel Leigh Cook. While in High school, Josh was your everyday kid. He was on the football team and he took odd jobs, particularly the movie store he started at, to pay for everything a high schooler would need. However, at the age of 16 Josh’s football playing came to a dead stop after a blow to his knee stopped all rough activity for the year. Taking his friends up on a bet, Josh soon auditioned for his South High School’s fall play, where he eventually found his calling. Finding his love of the stage Josh soon honed his skills at the Children’s Theater Company, Youth Performance Company, and Stepping Stone Theater. Eventually he landed his first ever television appearance in a Norwest Airlines Commercial.

He graduated in the spring of 1996 and jetted off for acting school at New York’s SUNY (State University of New York). He admitted in an interview for Cracker that he was kicked out for writing an “eloquent letterâ€￾ to the program directors about their needs to fund the program better, and he sly fully added, “and something about a professor’s daughter…â€￾ Refusing to give up his dreams to become an actor Josh high tailed it to L.A. and would eventually audition for Dawson’s Creek six times and try a shot at a role in “Postmenâ€￾ with Kevin Costner. After hard work and determination Josh got his big brake when Stephen Cragg offered him a part in the short-lived television series “Cracker.â€￾ This opened not only fellow actor’s eyes, but people in Hollywood all together.

The very next year Josh was offered his first on screen role to act as Jamie Lee Curtis’s prep school son in the epic thriller “Halloween H20:Twenty Years Later.â€￾ Josh seemed to have a knack for the horror flick scene and the next year he popped up again, this time as troubled child and mad scientist Zeke in Robert Rodriguez’s “The Faculty.â€￾ Fulfilling his reported “knack for dating co-starsâ€￾ Josh was rumored to snatch up fellow “Facultyâ€￾ cast member Jordana Brewster for a short period of time. The two, along with the rest of the “Facultyâ€￾ cast were soon signed a contract with the Tommy Hilfiger company. Yearning more to step outside the “teen idolâ€￾ cover he had been given, Josh ventured off onto Sofia Coppola’s odd flick “The Virgin Suicides.â€￾ Playing Trip Fontaine, Josh says it was the character he felt “most at home with.â€￾ Moving on Josh paved way to his superstardom with the story-book romance “Here on Earthâ€￾ where he met and befriended fellow co-star Chris Klein. It was during this time that Josh was rumored to get involved briefly with Canadian Model Estella Warren. Heading into 2000 Josh began work on Tim Nelson’s much anticipated release of “O,â€￾ a Shakespearian knock off of “Othello.â€￾ Also in 2000, Josh filmed “Blow Dryâ€￾ with fellow Minnesotan and High school buddy Rachel Leigh Cook. He had a smaller, yet significant role in Peter Chelsom’s “Town and Countryâ€￾ that same year.

According to Entertainment Weekly magazine, Josh’s next role would be the hardest for him, not only to accept, but to deal with every day afterward. That movie, which would launch Josh into film superstardom was Michael Bay’s epic “Pearl Harbor.â€￾ Josh admitted to Entertainment Weekly that he was “scared to take the role because I was a bit concerned that it might make me a bit more famous than I already am.â€￾ Reportedly, after a much needed trip across the river (from Minneapolis to St. Paul) and a brief discussion with his dad over a car wash, Josh decided to take on the role of Danny Walker next to Ben Affleck and Kate Beckinsale. The movie itself fell short of Titanic, not only in budget, but also in opening week box office sales, however, for Josh, he did not fall short of Leonardo DiCaprio style success off the film.

Recently Josh has been setting records for website visits all over the internet and his upcoming films, “40 days and 40 nights,â€￾ “Black Hawk Dawn,â€￾ and “Member,â€￾ are sure to bring the young girls swarming to the theaters. But don’t move too fast girls, this boy is hot to trot, the June edition of German “Cosmopolitanâ€￾ stated that Josh was seeing a Russian actress of who’s name was not revealed. And here in the States the word from British Tabloid “The Starâ€￾ is he snatched up one-hit-wonder Natalie Imbruglia. But, keep your eyes pealed, we haven’t seen the last of Josh Hartnett.


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