Izabella Miko is a Polish actress and dancer from Lodz. Her first love was dancing, however, her body couldn’t cope with the physical strain so she decided to enter into television. At 18, Izabella moved to America to study at The Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute and she landed her debut role as Carrie in the hit movie, Coyote Ugly (2000).
Since then she has starred in a range of films and television series such as Deadwood, and even featured in the music video Mr Brightside by The Killers.
She is fluent in Polish, English and French!
Dagmara is the daughter of Miroslaw Dominczyk, a leader in the Polish Solidarity Movement. Due to her family’s political associations and her father’s support and involvement with Amnesty International, they were forced to move to New York as asylum seekers in 1983.
Once in the US, Dagmara studied drama and pursued a career on stage and in film. She made her stage debut in 1999 as Anna Friel’s understudy in a production of Closer and again in 2003 in Enchanted April.
She has starred in various films such as The Count of Monte Cristo and Rock Star. She has also had small parts in the television series 24, The Good Wife and Suits.
She is married to American actor and singer Patrick Wilson and has two children.
Joanna Krupa was born in Warsaw and moved to the US when she was five. She’s a model and actress who has featured in a variety of reality television shows such as Dancing with the Stars, Poland’s Next Top Model and The Real Housewives of Miami.
Joanna starred in the blockbuster hits Planet of the Apes and Scary Movie 4, while also featuring in TV dramas such as Las Vegas and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
Her modelling career has landed her covers on Envy, FHM, Playboy, Personal, Stuff, and in 2011 she was named #55 in Maxim magazine’s Hot 100 rankings of the world’s hottest women.
She married the nightclub owner and businessman Romain Zago in 2013 in a wedding that reportedly cost around $1 million.
Joanna loves to play poker.
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