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Where Are They Now - Friday, February 9, 2018

Hello fans,

Did you know that actor Jesse Eisenberg has a a younger sister that was famous before he became famous? Just say 'Yes' and we'll move on.

Today, we are going to see about successful child star Hallie Eisenberg, who you may remember from some rather popular Pespi TV commercials.

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See if you know if the following celebrities have had a visit from the "Grim Reaper":

Anthony Zerbe: He has appeared in "The Omega Man", "Rooster Cogburn", "Licence to Kill" and many other movies

Georgia Engel: Played Georgette on the TV series "The Mary Tyler Moore Show", also appeared on the series "Coach" and "The Betty White Show"

Greta Garbo: Big Hollywood star from Sweden who abruptly quit show business and went into seclusion, starred in "The Kiss", "Anna Karenina", and "Ninotchka"

(Answer at the bottom)


Hallie Eisenberg

Learn More About Hallie Eisenberg on Celebrity Nooz

BIRTH DATE: August 2, 1992, East Brunswick, New Jersey

BIRTH NAME: Hallie Kate Eisenberg


CLAIM TO FAME: Known for being "The Pepsi Girl" in a series of Pepsi commercials as well as her roles in Paulie, Bicentennial Man and The Miracle Worker.

FAMILY LIFE: Her parents are Amy, who worked as a clown at children's parties, and Barry Eisenberg, who ran a hospital and later became a college professor.

INFO: Eisenberg got her start as The Pepsi Girl in a series of Pepsi commercials in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Her film debut was in the 1998 children's film Paulie. She had supporting parts in 1999's The Insider and Bicentennial Man.

In 2000, Eisenberg starred as Helen Keller in a television remake of The Miracle Worker. Other roles include the television remake of The Goodbye Girl, the film How to Eat Fried Worms, and the independent feature film P.J.

TRIVIA: Has two siblings: actor Jesse Eisenberg, star of The Social Network, and Kerri.

Was raised in a secular Jewish family that originated in Poland and Ukraine.

Has appeared several times on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1992).

Is a vegetarian.

WHERE IS SHE NOW: Eisenberg made her Broadway debut in Roundabout Theatre's production of Clare Boothe Luce's play The Women. Her most recent film role was as Ruth Gold in the 2010 crime drama Holy Rollers.


2010 Holy Rollers...Ruth Gold (as Hallie Eisenberg)

2008 Wild Child...Ruthie (uncredited)

2008 P.J...Pauline

2006 How to Eat Fried Worms...Erika

2006 Jesus, Mary and Joey...Melissa

2004 The Goodbye Girl (TV Movie)...Lucy McFadden

2003 Presidio Med (TV Series)...Grace Rothman
- With Grace (2003)

2002 Stage on Screen: The Women (TV Movie)...Little Mary

2000 The Miracle Worker (TV Movie)...Helen Keller

2000 Beautiful...Vanessa

2000 Get Real (TV Series)...Alexa
- Waiting (2000)

1999 Bicentennial Man...Little Miss Amanda Martin - Age 7

1999 The Insider...Barbara Wigand

1999 A Little Inside...Abby Mills

1999 Swing Vote (TV Movie)

1999 Blue Moon (TV Movie)...Josie Medieros

1998 Nicholas' Gift (TV Movie)...Eleanor

1998 Paulie...Marie Alweather

To see Then & Now pictures of Hallie Eisenberg, visit: Celebrity Nooz


--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--

Anthony Zerbe - ALIVE
Born: 05/20/1936

Georgia Engel - ALIVE
Born: 07/28/1948

Greta Garbo - DEAD
Born: 09/18/1905 Died: 04/15/1990



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