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Actress Tara Reid was born in Wyckoff, New Jersey, in 1975. After getting her start as a young girl in
commercials, Reid moved into television, landing small roles on programs such as Saved by the Bell:
The New Class and Days of Our Lives. Her work there propelled her onto the big screen, where she
had memorable roles in The Big Lebowski (1998), as well as American Pie (1999) and its sequels. The
daughter of a pair of educators, Tara Donna Reid was born November 8, 1975, in Wyckoff, New
Jersey. One of four children, Reid began acting at a young age after catching the attention of a casting
agent. Over the next few years, Reid had spots in numerous television commercials, including highprofile campaigns for McDonalds and Jell-O. Later, she attended the Professional Children’s School in
New York City, where her classmates included Sarah Michelle Gellar, Macaulay Culkin and Ben
Taylor. Her first big break came in 1982, when the 6-year-old Reid landed a regular gig on the CBS
daytime game show Child’s Play.
Following her graduation from Barnstable Academy, an alternative high school, Reid moved to Los
Angeles to pursue acting full-time. She quickly found work in small roles on programs such as Saved
by the Bell: The New Class and the daytime soap opera Days of Our Lives. But it was her role as the
sexy Bunny in the Ethan and Joel Coen–directed hit The Big Lebowski (1998), starring Jeff Bridges,
which significantly raised Reid’s profile. From there, the actress worked in several somewhat
forgettable films, including Urban Legend (1998), Around the Fire (1998) and Cruel Intentions (1999).
Her biggest role to date came in 1999 with the popular comedy American Pie, a coming-of-age flick
that surprised critics with its tremendous success at the box office. Lured by the success of the film,
Reid and the rest of the cast quickly came together for a sequel, American Pie 2 (2001). Around the
making of that film, Reid also had roles in several other projects, including Dr T. and the Women
(2000), Josie and the Pussycats (2001) and My Boss’s Daughter (2003). None of the films was a
huge success, a trend that, outside the American Pie franchise, has dogged Reid throughout much of
her film career. Her more recent movies, such Incubus (2006) and Kill the Irishman (2011), have failed
to resonate at the box office.
In 2011, Reid returned to the small screen to appear on the UK reality-TV program Celebrity Big
Brother. But a lack of support from the show’s audience soon led Reid to become the third celebrity to
be evicted from the house.
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