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December 05 2010

Happy Birthday Amy Acker! Raise a toast, she turns 34 today.

Today, we look destiny in the eye and say "Hey, you're evitable!"

:D
Raising my non-existing toast in honor of Amy!
Happy Birthday, Amy!
If there is one thing I have learned, it's that women LOVE their age being made public.
Happy birthday!
Possibly the only celebrity who actually causes me to drool a little bit.
For some reason I thought she was like 29.
Happy birthday to the best actress to ever appear on Joss' shows. If there were any justice in this world, she'd be an A-lister.
Happy Birthday Amy!!
A very happy b-day to one of the best (and most underrated/underused) actresses working today!

[ edited by J Linc on 2010-12-05 22:16 ]
One of my very favorite Whedon actors! Happy Birthday!
Love her! <3 Hope she has a great day.
If there is one thing I have learned, it's that women LOVE their age being made public.

Yeah, this has always made me a bit uncomfortable. I know that we *shouldn't* care about age, but some people do, and probably don't appreciate it being broadcast.

That said, Happy Birthday Amy!

[ edited by ShanshuBugaboo on 2010-12-05 23:21 ]
Happy anniversary of you, Amy Acker!
Happy birthday, Amy!
Working my way through Angel right now, and I've gotta say, I really love her character!
Happy birthday, Amy!
Happy Birthday, Amy!!! :)
Happy Birthday!!!! <3
I'm still bitter Joss wasn't able to snag her for more episodes of the second season of Dollhouse. Her character was one of the most compelling in the series, and Amy was damned brilliant in the role. I really hope she's able to land a solid leading role in another series that'll make use of her immense talent.
Happy birthday :)

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