Recent Examples of leading lady from the Web
That also includes a new version of Cinderella, a new persona for leading lady Lana Parilla and returning favorite Colin O'Donoghue.
And from the leading ladies of Big Little Lies to the presenters, which includes Blackish’s Tracee Ellis Ross, The Sinner’s Jessica Biel, and Angie Tribeca’s Rashida Jones, the red carpet is sure to be teeming with beauty inspiration.
But after landing her role in the hit NBC show, Metz quickly became one of primetime’s most sought-after leading ladies.
This year's leading ladies brought it, giving us more hair and makeup fire than Fashion Week and the launch of Fenty Beauty combined.
Later in the bit, he was joined by a surprise guest: his leading lady in the film, Emma Stone.
Well, Good Housekeeping's leading lady, Editor in Chief Jane Francisco, actually got the chance to see!
With her tousled blond hair, twinkly blue eyes, and megawatt smile, Meg Ryan has forged an onscreen persona as the screwball leading lady whose warmth can melt an iceberg.
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: an actress who plays the most important female role in a play or movie
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