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The Artists For Peace And Justice organization supports community projects in the Caribbean country of Haiti. Through improved education they hope to let the people help themselves for their own future. You can learn more about APJ on their website www.apjnow.org.
Last night in New York City APJ held a ‘Holiday Benefit Presented by Bovet 1822′. Heather, along with stars such as Daniel Craig, Susan Sarandon and Fisher Stevens, attended the event. Back in February she was at a similar event for APJ in Hollywood.
6 new photos are now in the Gallery.
Thanks to BJBear86 & Kyuubi for some of the photos.
Heather returns to the role of magazine cover star with the forthcoming “Power Women” edition of New York Moves.
Available from the beginning of December the magazine contains a lengthy interview by Zoe Stagg and photos by Michael Lavine. In the chat Heather talks about her upcoming Lifetime movie “Flowers In The Attic”, her charity work with Cambodian Children’s Fund, and, much like her recent interview for Women’s Health Magazine, female sexuality, sexism in the Hollywood and her own movie project.
You can read the full article on New York Moves website HERE.
8 14 images from the photo shoot in our Gallery
Also, we have a “Video portrait” filmed during the photoshoot by Michael Lavine:
Update (Dec 11th): The previous video was more of a behind-the-scenes type of affair. This is the official ‘in front’ version:
We’ve added a small collection of HD screencaps from the teaser trailer Flowers In The Attic that was released yesterday to the Gallery.
The movie, based on the Virginia C. Andrews novel, and starring Ellen Burstyn is due to début on the Lifetime network in January.
A trailer for the Lifetime movie based on the V.C. Andrews bestseller Flowers In The Attic has been released.
Heather stars with Ellen Burstyn in the film that premières on the Lifetime network on January 18th, 2014.
Those inside the US of A can watch it here.
Update (Nov 16th): Internationally available version.
This past week Heather was Manhattan and in the Lower East Side of New York filming My Dead Boyfriend.
MDB is a feature based on Arthur Nersesian’s novel Dogrun. Directed by E.R. star Anthony Edwards, MDB involves Heather’s Mary investigating the double-life of her very much ‘ex’ boyfriend. John Corbett (Sex and the City) co-stars as the pushing up daisies Primo.
This Edwards’ first directing role having directed 4 episodes of E.R. across his 5 year tenure, and the film Charlie’s Ghost Story back in 1995.
No details on a release date for My Dead Boyfriend are known yet. We will let you know when we find out.
There are 4 photos of Heather on set in the Gallery.
Update (Nov 16th): We have 16 more photos of Heather on set. Thanks to Kyuubi.
Heather is the cover star of the November/December 2013 edition of Women’s Health Magazine UK.
She looks very healthy, womanly though sadly (for your writer) not in the UK.
You can read a preview of the article in which Heather discusses female sexuality, sexism in the Hollywood and her own movie project about sexuality and sexism, HERE on the Women’s Health Magazine website. With Heather it always comes back to sex!
Heather Graham Online can bring you 3 very hi-res photos. Find them in our Gallery
5 new images of Heather from a photoshoot in 2009 have been added to the gallery. Enjoy the new additions.
Heather was in New York last night to attend the Metropolitan Opera’s open production of Eugene Onegin. The opera by Tchaikovsky is based around passages from the novel of the same name by Alexander Pushkin.
Heather looked her usual amazing self in a long green, off the shoulder dress. Enough to get you projecting to the back of the theatre.
18 photos are now in the Gallery.
Thanks again to Kyuubi for some of the photos.