At the time, Britain had thriving economy and it was a successful country because of its industry, trade and empire....
Après avoir eu un rôle dans Mission Pirates, elle a joué le rôle de Rosie Cartwright dans The Sleepover Club en 2003.
Doolittle, 25, appears to have remained single since her split from 34-year-old Good Charlotte rocker Benji Madden.
She dated her American beau for around a year before splitting in 2012.
Just imagine Eliza singing "I Could Have Danced All Night" backed up by a heartthrob teen with a mullet and a freckled little girl shaking a tambourine to the mysterious beat in her own head."Twelve years before "I Love Lucy," the wacky redhead was one of dozens of Hollywood starlets who read for the role of the feisty Southern belle in 1939's "Gone With the Wind." Of course, the part eventually went to a Brit—Vivien Leigh—but we can't help but imagine how Lucy would have played some scenes. Jerry Lewis had an odd reason for turning down the role of Jerry/Daphne (which earned Jack Lemmon an Oscar nom) in the 1959 movie that some consider the greatest film comedy ever made: He didn't want to dress in drag. Thirteen years later, he had no problem dressing in ruffles and face paint to play a clown in a concentration camp in "The Day the Clown Cried," a vanity project that was apparently so unwatchable, the footage has never seen the light of day.
Leigh thinks she's so special because she can make a dress out of window drapes? The hero of 1962's "To Kill a Mockingbird" will always be American's favorite lawyer and dad, a rock of morality and kindness.