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EXCLUSIVE REPORT!
LISA KUDROW -- NO DUMB BLONDE!
TRUE-LIFE "PHOEBE" IS FRIZZY-HAIRED BRAINIAC BRUNETTE!

by Mimi Brickmeyer, staff writer.  [November 5, 2001]

 

[HollywoodInvestigator.com]  Contrary to her role as the silky-blond Phoebe on TV's Friends, real-life actress Lisa Kudrow is a frizzy-haired brunette!  --  And the Hollywood Investigator has the shocking exclusive photo to prove it!

This was Kudrow's "8x10" glossy in the early 1990s -- before her career-making role as the silky blond "Ursula" on TV's Mad About You.  Glossies are circulated by actors, and their agents, managers and publicists seeking work and publicity for the actor.

While Kudrow's raven frizzes have been much- reported by other newsmedia -- the Hollywood Investigator is first to unearth an actual photo of the brainy beauty in all her dark splendor!

And Kudrow is brunette in more ways than one!  Unlike the ditzy blond Phoebe, Kudrow is a Vassar graduate -- with honors in biology! -- who planned to pursue medical research -- before opting for showbiz!

No dumb blond she!

And while second-tier media publications have long focused on Friends co-star Jennifer Aniston's changing hair length and cut, the Hollywood Investigator's investigation into Kudrow's tresses has unearthed startling facts far beyond the imaginings of mere Aniston hair-watchers!

Kudrow's chamelion-like hair changes shades according to her characters' IQ!  Kudrow was silky bright blond as the 40 watt "Michele" in Romy and Michele's High School Reunion (1997), a silky tawny blond as the 60 watt "Paula" in Clockwatchers (1997), and a silky brunette as the 100 watt "Lucia" in The Opposite of Sex (1998).

 

The amazingly changing hair of Lisa Kudrow: As Michele, Paula, and Lucia (left to right).

 

Even more shockingly -- Kudrow has silky hair in all her movies, despite her naturally frizzy tresses!

 

 

After an extensive investigation spanning seven continents and beyond, the only movie unearthed by the Hollywood Investigator's intrepid teams of investigative reporters in which Lisa Kudrow exposes her frizzy hair is in The Unborn, a 1991 horror film in which Kudrow plays the bit part of a frizzy-haired receptionist ("Louisa") at an evil fertility clinic.

A frizzy-blond receptionist!

To date, no known film or video footage of Lisa Kudrow in her naturally frizzy-dark hair is known to exist!

SHOCKING . . . BECAUSE IT'S TRUE!!!
 

Mimi Brickmeyer is a Los Angeles based entertainment reporter who has extensively investigated Hollywood's biggest celebrities. Read about her adventures in tabloid journalism in Hollywood Witches.
Investigator Fun Fact:

 

Lisa Kudrow's solo "frizzy-hair day" outing, The Unborn, also features fellow Groundlings alum Kathy Griffin (Suddenly Susan) in the role of a curly-red-haired person.

The Groundlings is a Hollywood-based comedy improv school where Lisa Kudrow and Kathy Griffin both performed and taught.

Copyright 2001 by HollywoodInvestigator.com

 

 

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