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KEEPING UP WITH THE ZETA JONESES

Dec 10 2004

By Nick Henegan

 

THEIR dresses are almost identical, their men are household names...yet Lisa Snowdon still has some red carpet to cover to match Catherine Zeta-Jones.

While Catherine commands 10million a movie, has won an Oscar and is worth an estimated 36million, Lisa earns her living as a presenter on ITV's This Morning and Virgin Radio and is struggling to make her first million.

But you could hardly tell the difference when they arrived for the Los Angeles premiere of Oceans Twelve - Lisa on the arm of George Clooney and Catherine with husband Michael Douglas.

Lisa, 30, said recently: "I know people look at me and think, 'God, why her?' They seem to assume that because George is who he is that he couldn't be interested in someone like me from Welwyn Garden City."

Well Lisa, they were wrong, weren't they.

GEORGE'S GIRL

AGE: 30

BORN: Welwyn Garden City, Herts

OCCUPATION: TV presenter

BIG BREAK: Starring in Special K adverts

CAREER HIGHLIGHT: Meeting George Clooney

HOLLYWOOD MAN: George Clooney

OLD FLAMES: David Walliams

HOMES: Woodford, Essex

WORTH: Under 1million

MICHAEL'S GIRL

AGE: 35

BORN: Swansea

OCCUPATION: Hollywood superstar

BIG BREAK: The Mask of Zorro

CAREER HIGHLIGHT: Oscar for Chicago

HOLLYWOOD MAN: Michael Douglas

OLD FLAMES: John Leslie

HOMES: New York, LA, Bermuda, Aspen, Majorca and Swansea

WORTH: 36million

 
 

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