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Celebrities Join the American Red Cross in 2008 to Help Change Lives
Date:2/28/2008

nge Bowl MVP, and was the tenth pick in the 2006 NFL draft.

-- Masi Oka currently stars as part of the ensemble "Heroes" cast. His portrayal of Hiro Nakamura has quickly catapulted the show to become one of the most critically acclaimed and watched series on network television. He is set to star in the film "Get Smart" featuring Steve Carell and Anne Hathaway.

-- Ana Ortiz is currently enjoying success on the smash hit series "Ugly Betty." She will lend her voice to the animated feature "Noah's Ark: The New Beginning," alongside Michael Keaton and fellow Cabinet member Marcia Gay Harden.

-- Kal Penn has starred in over twenty films, and is a new cast member on the hit Fox series "House M.D." He recently had the starring role in the critically acclaimed film "The Namesake," based on the book of the same name. He can next be seen on the big screen in the follow-up to the hit teen flick "Harold and Kumar go to White Castle."

-- Sara Ramirez is best known for her portrayal as Dr. Callie Torres in the smash hit ABC drama "Grey's Anatomy." Her work on the show has earned her an ALMA nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Television Series, as well as a shared Screen Actors Guild win for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble. Sara won the Tony Award for her performance in Mike Nichols production of "Spamalot" on Broadway.

-- Judy Reyes currently portrays Nurse Carla Espinosa on the critically acclaimed NBC series "Scrubs." In 2006 she earned an ALMA Award for Outstanding Actress in a Television Series.

-- Brittany Snow has experienced success on both the big and small screens. She recently portrayed the snooty 'Amber von Tussle' in the Golden Globe-nominated musical "Hairspray." Additionally, she starred in the Emmy-winning NBC series "American Dreams." Brittany will next be seen this year starring in the re-imagination of the horror classic, "Prom Night," as well as Tony Kaye's next feature "Black Water Transit" alon
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