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08.05.10: Tweeting babes for equality!
07.02.10: Screencaps: Slither
05.24.10: CAN: Fair Game Premiere
05.24.10: CAN: Elizabeth Banks
05.21.10: amfAR 2010 Hotties
01.26.10: Banks Does PGA
11.20.09: Hottie Clip #475
09.03.09: Battle of the Babes #68
07.21.09: Premiere: Funny People
06.15.09: WIF Aniston Love
06.12.09: Banks & Witt Make-Out!
05.15.09: CAN: "UP" Premiere
05.06.09: MET Gala Hotties
04.30.09: Lesbo Dreams Realized!
03.10.09: Banks' Hot Buns
02.13.09: ScreenCaps - Zack & Miri Make a Porno
01.09.09: Critics Choice Hotties
12.11.08: Battle of the Babes #32
10.21.08: Premiere: Zack And Miri Make A Porno
10.20.08: Mammary Match Game!
10.15.08: Premiere: W.
09.24.08: Banks is Healthy
09.14.08: TIFF: Elizabeth Banks
09.12.08: Banks Does Prada
09.15.08: Body Shop: Elizabeth Banks
07.29.08: CON: Hotties 1/2
07.04.08: Hottie Clip #267
06.26.08: Battle of the Babes #8
06.06.08: Banks Does Esquire
05.19.08: Hottie Clip #251
05.08.08: Hottie Clip #247
02.04.08: Hottie Clip #211
01.16.08: "Definitely" Hotties!
12.21.07: Hottie Clip #186
11.05.07: "Fred Claus" Premiere
11.01.07: "Claus" Babes!
10.30.07: Banks Does Vogue
10.19.07: Banks' Nips In GQ
10.05.07: ScreenCaps: Elizabeth Banks
03.01.06: General Motors Fashion Show part 1
Actress Elizabeth Banks was born Elizabeth Mitchell in Pittsfield, a small city in the Berkshires in Western Massachusetts near the New York border, on February 10, 1974. She describes herself as having been seen as a "goody two-shoes" in her youth who was nominated to be the local Harvest Queen. Her first signal success came in her delightful, brief performance in Spider-Man (2002), for which she is best known despite subsequent leading roles, as Betty Brant, the secretary of the cantankerous newspaper tycoon. (Banks has reprised the role in the Spider-Man series.) Banks followed up her performance in Spider-Man with small roles in other movies released that year, Swept Away (2002) and Steven Spielberg's Catch Me If You Can (2002), in which she plays a bank clerk who assists the young Frank Abagnale with vital information about bank checking policies. More recognition came with Seabiscuit (2003), in which Banks charmed audiences playing the wife of Seabiscuit's owner Charles Howard, and Banks was able to broker these successes into leading roles, in Michael Showalter's The Baxter (2005) and James Gunn's Slither (2006).