Her siblings are Meg, Jason, and Holt. . During this time, Heigl continued to attend , balancing her film and modeling work with her academic studies. Despite an increased focus on acting, Heigl still modeled extensively, appearing regularly in magazines such as.
It rehabilitates them through training and other adjustments to make them suitable for re-homing. Archived from on December 27, 2012. In October 2003, Heigl was cast opposite in , a comedy that was released in December 2005. Heigl is a strong proponent of , working as a spokesperson for. Heigl was inspired by these events to later work as an activist for organ donation. Heigl's brother-in-law is singer of the trio.
She also starred in the horror film. The train is hijacked by mercenaries in , who keep Heigl's character as a hostage. It cancelled after one season due to a lackluster viewership. In late 2006, Heigl was nominated for the for her work on Grey's Anatomy.
Heigl has also starred in several films that have seen , including 2014 , 2015 , and 2015. Archived from on February 27, 2008. She gave a grant to Best Friends to fund a year of the program. Heigl was announced the Most Desirable Woman of 2008, according to. In 2003, Heigl appeared in three television movies, including the horror genre Evil Never Dies, a modern-day variation on the story co-starring ; and for as Marty Claridge, a young, newlywed traveling west, and reprised her role in the sequel the next year. She also portrayed the lead role on the short-lived television series from 2014 to 2015, and has lent her voice to the animated film 2014 and its.
I want them to know that I'm down with it if they want me to, but I completely understand if it doesn't necessarily work. Heigl starred with in 2009. Heigl portrayed a 16-year-old traveling by train through the mountains with her uncle Seagal , an ex- counter-terrorist expert, in order to visit the grave of her deceased father. I just want to know what happened to her and where she went and what she's doing now.
In 1995, she starred in the. She next starred as a rejected and jealous housewife in the dark comedy 2015 , alongside and. Her father is of including and descent, and her mother is of ancestry. She is board certified in gynecologic oncology and obstetrics and gynecology.
She received a nomination for. Archived from on March 13, 2010. In 2012, on behalf of , she signed a letter to members of the Utah legislature, urging them to reject a law that would make undercover filming in a criminal offense. Heigl gave birth to a son, Joshua Bishop, on December 20, 2016. Heigl accepted a role in Ground Zero, a television thriller scheduled to be telecast that fall which was based on the bestselling James Mills novel The Seventh Power, in the spring of 2001.
She is married to singer , with whom she has one son and two daughters. In her acceptance speech, she said that even her mother didn't think she would win. Heigl starred in the romantic drama 2014 , opposite , portraying a recent single mom battling to hold onto her daughter and the love interest of a modern-day train hopper. The device ends up in the hands of a terrorist following betrayal by a fellow student.
There was some speculation that Heigl might be leaving Grey's Anatomy after the end of the 2008—2009 season. Much of her work in the film was opposite , Sandra Taylor and. Heigl's Hounds of Hope rescues larger dogs with behavior problems from shelters with a high kill rate. In September 2009, the couple adopted a daughter, Naleigh, from , the birthplace of Heigl's sister Meg. Heigl next had the lead role in 2012.