Our crush today is a year-old actress who was born in Flushing, Queens. She is the granddaughter of boxer James J. Braddock -- we mention this because she played the role of his neighbor, Sara Wilson in the movie 'Cinderella Man,' which was made about his life. She won several critics awards for that role, including the Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress. In 'Promised Land,' she plays Matt Damon's object of affection, Alice, whom he meets in a Podunk bar, during a business trip. We've met those ladies too, but they almost never look like Rosemarie. Rosemarie DeWitt — Celeb Crush. Share on Twitter Share on Facebook.
Rosemarie DeWitt untying her white top and opening it to reveal a black bra to a guy while lying on the bed with him. Rosemarie DeWitt of Rachel Getting Married fame having a guy get up off of her on a bed and having her pull a sheet up to cover herself giving us a brief glimpse of the side of her left breast before she rolls over onto her side and talks with him giving us a long look at most of her right ass check. Rosemarie DeWitt wearing only a gray sweater and black panties as a guy picks her up and she wraps her legs around him as he carries her across a room and makes out with her against a wall before removing her sweater to reveal a black bra until finally someone knocks on the door and she puts the sweater back on to go answer it. Rosemarie DeWitt showing nice cleavage as she reclines on a table in some lingerie before she begins to argue with a guy and puts on a jacket. She then takes the jacket back off, causing her breasts to jiggle as she tosses it to the guy. From The Watch. Members can download videos of all our scenes.
I'm a big fan of most of the writing in Vanity Fair but I get pissed off at how they dress -- or don't dress -- the women and girls in their photos. Each month they feature an up and coming young actress in a 50s style pose in their "vanities" section and lately I've noticed that each month the picture is quite provocative. Here's their description of the section. No wonder I have a problem with it.
Arnold Wayne. Season 1, Episode 5: Don agreed to meet Adam Whitman Jay Paulson , who identifies himself as Don's half brother, at a nearby coffee shop around lunch. There, Adam told Don that he always knew he was still alive, despite being told that he had died in the Korean War. Season 1, Episode 5: Don and Betty shared an intimate moment.