After meeting Kourtney in an art class, Cruz began appearing on in 2009, and in one notable episode, the two were filmed making out.But long before Cruz gained minor fame as Kardashian's make-out buddy, she was an aspiring singer.After attending acting classes, she was signed by a talent agency and landed a couple of small TV roles before auditioning for , Wiley has been an advocate for LGBT rights for literally her entire life.
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In high school, Cruz was part of the girl group Krush Velvet that worked with will.i.am's label but was never signed.
When she was a teenager, Cruz also became homeless and was involved in a traumatic car accident in which she suffered a collapsed lung, ended up in a coma and had to undergo brain surgery.
, we've gotten a glimpse into several more characters' backstories, ranging from the sad (Big Boo) to the strange (hey, Leanne! But even the most bizarre flashbacks don't hold a candle to some of the real-life histories of the actors who portray the characters we've all come to know and love (or hate).
Here are 20 backstories about the stars of Natasha Lyonne (Nicky) Lyonne was raised Orthodox in New York City and began her acting career when she was 6.
Their church has been performing same-sex unions since 2007 - and, at the time, was the only Baptist church in Washington, D. Wiley, who is dating , but Golden's voice is what first made her a star.
In the 1970s, Golden was the lead singer of New York punk band The Shirts, who headlined CBGB's in its heyday.
After years of searching for her child, a chance encounter in the late 1990s with the nun who supervised the adoption led to Mulgrew reuniting with her daughter, then a junior in college who had also been looking for her birth mother. Uzo Aduba (Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren)Though she doesn't have a knack for penning pornography like Crazy Eyes does (or at least, not that we know of), Aduba is a trained classical vocalist who can sing opera, as she recently demonstrated on The View.