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The effect Cameron Diaz has on her fans can only be described as mesmerizing. The tall blond, blue-eyed movie actress has twice been featured in a professional musician's lyrics. Robbie Williams sang about Diaz in “I Will Talk and Hollywood Will Listen” while Brian Wilson crooned about her in his 1998 song “South America.” The rest of the fans has just been hypnotized by those long legs and cavalier attitude.
Diaz, a Long Beach, California native, shrugged the normal lifestyle when she entered the modeling world at the age of 16. With international shoots and worldwide catwalks, it didn't take too long before her modeling agency Elite introduced her to some big wigs in Hollywood. Her shot at the silver screen came as the songstress in 'The Mask' opposite Jim Carrey. Not bad for a starting, staring role. She immediately became a sex symbol beside getting more and more movie offers.
A laundry list of magazines and reports listed Diaz as the sexiest this and the hottest that. In the world of top 100 sexy, she probably owned close to 100 of those choices from 2002 through 2007. People magazine called her one of the 50 Most Beautiful. Australian Empire Magazine named her the 11th Sexist Female Actor. FHM put her in the top 100 of the sexy babe. And, it went on and on.
All the while, Diaz was knocking down the dough doing movie success one after another. She appeared in the commercially successful 'There's Something about Mary' where her father actually did a cameo as the Jailbird. Along with Drew Barrymore and Janet Li, the trio made men hold their collective breaths as they skimpied their way through the Charlie's Angels franchise. In one of the trilogy, Diaz received a record $20 million fee to play the part. At that time, only Julia Roberts commanded that kind of money for a movie appearance.
Diaz does have a bad habit of breaking bones. One time, she had landed the role to appear in Mortal Kombat but broke her hand in preparation. In another incident, Diaz broke her nose surfing in Australian. But don't fear, f you listen closely, the sweet voice of Fiona in the huge Trek series belongs to Diaz. With that source of reoccurring royalty, she doesn't even have to show that pretty face to make a ton of cash.