Sara paxton dating history
2009 - Present Sara Paxton and Nico Tortorella have been photographed together looking awfully cozy ever since they co-starred in the series 'The Beautiful Life,' but they continue to be vague about their relationship status.
(On being compared to Alexis Bledel) I have been getting that all the time ever since Gilmore Girls (2000) came out.
She has been in two celebrity relationships averaging approximately 5.8 years each. Given Name: Sara Emily Paxton Age: 29 (4/25/1988)Occupation: Entertainment - Actress Most Famous For: Aquamarine "I think I have a love for TV hosts.
Despite being open to a polyamorous relationship, he made it clear that he doesn't condone cheating: 'Cheating inherently is a terrible thing.
But people are really actually surprised to find out that I'm like a really big classic rock fan. And when I was little, my mom had to inform me that John Lennon was dead. I thought they were like a current group when I was in fourth grade.
My mom was like, "Honey, I just want you to know, there's ...
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She grew up in California and began acting at an early age, appearing in many minor roles in both films and television shows, before rising to fame in 2004, after playing the title role in the series Darcy's Wild Life and Sarah Borden in Summerland.
She grew up in California and started her acting career, appearing in numbers of TV commercials since she was six.
Sara was born to an English, Irish father Bill Paxton and a Mexican mother Lucia Paxton.
Paxton was subsequently cast in the lead role of the Discovery Kids television series, Darcy's Wild Life, playing Darcy Fields, a girl who works at a rural veterinary; the series was filmed on a farm in Toronto Paxton recorded a song for the film's soundtrack titled "Connected", an English version of the Mexican group RBD's song Tenerte y Quererte from their 2004 album Rebelde.
Paxton hosted The Secret Life of Water, the first episode of the series Planet H2O, which premiered in April 2006 on public television stations.