Hamm got rejected on the 1996 dating show The Big Date, despite offering to take the woman on a date where they would "start off with some fabulous food, add a little fabulous conversation and end it with a fabulous foot massage for an evening of total fabulosity."
January Jones in 'Love Actually' (2003)
In the Christmas-themed romantic comedy, Jones played the flirtatious Jeannie, who woos British lad Colin Frissell (Kris Marshall) at her local Wisconsin bar.
Jessica Pare in 'Big Wolf on Campus' (1999)
Pare got her start playing a small role in the Canadian teen horror series Big Wolf on Campus. A few years ago, Pare ran into the actor who played the lead werewolf in the show. She stared at him awkwardly trying to remember where she knew him from, thinking "Oh, you think I like you," before her memory was triggered. "But werewolves aren’t my type," she joked.
Christina Hendricks in 'Undressed' (1999)
The same year Pare appeared in the teen werewolf series, Hendricks made her TV debut as college student Rhiannon, who comes to L.A. for college visits and develops a relationship with a guy she met at a Greyhound bus station, in MTV's late-night soap Undressed.
'Girl, Interrupted' (1999)
Before she became a TV fixture on The West Wing, Moss performed in the Oscar-winning film about young women in a mental institution. She played the easily upset Polly "Torch" Clark, a burn victim living with Winona Ryder's character.
John Slattery in 'Will & Grace' (1999)
Slattery made a guest appearance in season one of Will & Grace as Will's (Eric McCormack) estranged older brother Sam Truman. Later in season eight, Steven Weber replaced him in the role.
Alison Brie in 'Hannah Montana' (2006)
One of Brie's first TV gigs was alongside Miley Cyrus in the 2006 Hannah Montana episode "It's My Party and I'll Lie if I Want To." She played Nina, a ditzy student at the Malibu School of Beauty, who practices crazy hairstyles on Miley's older brother, Jackson (Jason Earles).
Jay Ferguson in 'The Outsiders' (1990)
Ferguson's first role was Ponyboy Curtis in The Outsiders, the television adaptation of S. E. Hinton's novel and follow-up to the 1983 movie.
Vincent Kartheiser in 'ER' (1999)
Kartheiser appeared as Jesse Keenan in the 1999 episode titled "Truth and Consequences" in which an explosion in a high school science lab brings several young patients to the hospital.
Robert Morse in 'The Dukes of Hazzard' (1984)
Appearing in an episode titled "How to Succeed in Hazzard" in the sixth season of The Dukes of Hazzard, the famous Broadway actor and How to Succeed in Business star played Boss Hogg's (Sorrell Booke) troublemaker nephew Dewey Hogg.
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