Sexy Bridesmaid Dresses

March 27, 2012 by staff 

Sexy Bridesmaid DressesSexy Bridesmaid Dresses, Cultures aren’t the only thing clashing in this 2002 romantic comedy by Nia Vardalos. This dress seems wholly inappropriate for a bridesmaid, unless she’s planning to seduce the groom. But some bridesmaids choose to ignore what the bride wants and march to the beat of their own fashion drummer.

Antonia Eugenia “Nia” Vardalos (born September 24, 1962) is a Greek-Canadian actress, screenwriter, director, singer and producer. Her most notable work is the 2002 Academy Award-nominated film My Big Fat Greek Wedding. Vardalos was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba on September 24, 1962. She is the daughter of Greek Canadian parents Doreen, a bookkeeper and homemaker, and Constantine “Gus” Vardalos, a land developer. She attended Shaftesbury High School and Ryerson University. Vardalos married actor Ian Gomez on September 5, 1993 (her husband converted to her Greek Orthodox religion prior to marrying her). In 2008, they adopted a daughter, and she wrote a post with advice about the adoption process at The Huffington Post. She became a citizen of the U.S. in 1999.

Vardalos had many small roles in television, most notably on The Drew Carey Show and Two Guys and a Girl. She gained overnight success with her movie about a woman’s struggle to find love in My Big Fat Greek Wedding, which was based on a one-woman show Vardalos had previously written and starred in. The film was a huge critical and commercial success. The film earned Vardalos an Academy Award Nomination for Best Writing, a Golden Globe Nomination for Best Actress in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy and a Screen Actors Guild Award Nomination. The sleeper hit, which quickly became one of the highest-grossing independent films of all time, led to the unsuccessful CBS spin-off series, My Big Fat Greek Life. The show was cancelled after seven episodes and featured the entire cast from the film, excluding John Corbett who was working on his own show, Lucky.

Her next film, released in 2004, was Connie and Carla, a musical about two women pretending to be drag queens. It also featured Toni Collette, David Duchovny and Debbie Reynolds.

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