Since her movie somehow managed to move Captain America out of the number one spot I figure it was only fitting to feature Cameron Diaz for this week’s “Throwback Thursday.” As you will see from the pictures that follow, Cameron has pretty much the same figure she has had since we first discovered her way back in 1994 in her first feature film The Mask.
Click on to see how Cameron has changed throughout the years.
Of course it wasn’t until her appearance in the 1998 film There’s Something About Mary that Cameron became a household name, mostly due to one memorable scene involving some “hair gel.”
Following up that big break with films like Being John Malkovich, Any Given Sunday, Charlie’s Angels, and then voicing Princess Fiona in Shrek and pretty much everyone in the world knew who Diaz was.
More recently fans have been treated to Diaz’s special brand of comedy in films like Knight and Day, The Green Hornet, Bad Teacher, and The Other Woman. Next on her schedule are a couple of films, Sex Tape and Annie, both set for release this year making 2014 a very busy one for the woman who became famous as one Mary Jensen.
2000 Directors Guild Awards
2001 MTV Movie Awards
2002 SAG Awards
2002 Academy Awards
2003 ‘Charlie’s Angels’ Premiere
2003 Golden Globe Awards
2006 Justin Timberlake Release Party
2008 Academy Awards
2014 ‘The Other Woman’ Premiere