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Manhattan, New York, Movie Star KATIE HOLMES, voted in her earlier career as the 'Best breakthrough female performer' by Mtv, had her first film audition at age 17. But even before that, reports Hollywood Sentinel Magazine Publisher Bruce Edwin, she acted in a myriad of classic plays. Her latest legendary feat brought her full circle back to the stage-Broadway.
The Hollywood Sentinel reported on the official opening night of the Broadway revival 'All My Sons' written by literary icon Arthur Miller, that it accurately predicted, rocked New York City October 16th, which co-starred Katie Holmes, in what critics hailed as one of the most exciting supporting roles to be seen on stage.
Bruce Edwin reveals, "With nearly every movie Katie Holmes has ever appeared in doubling its profit or even greater, thousands of fans lined up in Times Square just to catch a glimpse of this beautiful screen actress, who quit modeling because she wanted something more challenging," states producer Mr. Edwin, who also manages models and talent in Hollywood. Tickets went fast for the show that is now wrapped.
Bruce Edwin continues, "With our notice that Katie's husband TOM CRUISE and his friend WILL SMITH, the two biggest movie stars in the world, might have attended several of the nights of this highly anticipated event, which they did, city officials better handled the massive crowd of happy fans."
"Katie and Tom," Mr. Edwin adds, "had a nice quiet Christmas in New York. They didn't spend a lot of money on gifts." Bruce states, "But they usually don't any way that time of year, especially, Mr. Cruise made clear, during this time in the economy, he didn't feel it would be appropriate."