Preston in Universal’s ‘The Cat in the Hat’ (Photo Credit: Melinda Sue Gordon)
A leading manufacturer of premium skin, hair and cosmetics products, Neutrogena Corporation today announced that actress Kelly Preston will act as the newest spokesperson for the brand. “Kelly Preston is a fresh, dynamic and talented woman who epitomizes the radiant, healthy look of Neutrogena. We are truly excited to have her join our team,” says Neutrogena President, North America, Jan Hall.
Born and raised in sunny Hawaii, Ms. Preston made her feature film debut in the comedy “Twins” opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito. Her lengthy list of memorable performances includes roles in “Jerry Maguire” with Tom Cruise, “View from the Top” with Gwyneth Paltrow and “What a Girl Wants” with Amanda Bynes and Colin Firth.
A graduate of the University of California at Los Angeles, Ms. Preston also had a standout performance in the critically acclaimed “Citizen Ruth,” as well as starred in both “Addicted to Love” co-starring with Meg Ryan and Matthew Broderick, and the comedy “Nothing to Lose” appearing opposite Tim Robbins and Martin Lawrence.
Ms. Preston recently appeared in the Bille August-directed independent drama “Return to Sender,” opposite Connie Nielsen and Aidan Quinn, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival. She also starred in Lions Gate Film’s black comedy “Eulogy,” with an ensemble cast that included Ray Romano, Hank Azaria, Famke Janssen, Zooey Deschanel and Debra Winger. The film debuted to a standing ovation at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2004.
Next up, look for Ms. Preston starring in Disney’s new movie “Sky High” opposite Kurt Russell.
As a new spokesperson for Neutrogena, Ms. Preston will be featured in both national TV and print campaigns. She joins fellow Neutrogena spokespersons Mischa Barton, Gabrielle Union, Hayden Panettiere, Kristin Kreuk, Jennifer Freeman, Julie Bowen, Paola Rey and Jason Taylor, each of whom will continue in their role as Neutrogena representatives.Note the date on this article may be incorrect due to importing it from our old system.