Reese Witherspoon: From Legally Blonde to This Means War

She began her career by appearing in made-for-TV movies, before establishing herself as a leading lady in several major Hollywood projects, including the film “Pleasantville.” By 2001, this actress landed her career defining role when she played a sorority girl enrolled in Harvard Law School in “Legally Blonde.” A worldwide success, it helped her become one of the highest-paid women in Hollywood, before winning an Academy Award for her role as June Carter Cash in the biographical film “Walk the Line.” Most recently, she co-starred in the outrageous CIA comedy “This Means War.” Join as we explore the life and career of Reese Witherspoon.

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