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Birth name: Gillian Leigh Anderson
Date of birth: 1968-08-09
Hometown: Chicago, Illinois, USA
(1970) Lived in London, England as a toddler.
(1979) Moved to Grand Rapids, Michigan, where she was teased for her English accent.
(1994-01-01) Marries production designer Clyde Klotz
(1994-09-25) Gives birth to daughter Piper
(1996) she received an offer to appear on the cover and pose nude for Playboy Magazine. According to an interview to FHM magazine, she was offered an impressive amount of money to take off her clothes. She refused it, but felt it was very flattering for them to offer.
(1997) 'People' magazine names Anderson as one of the 50 most beautiful people in the world
(1997) Divorces Clyde Klotz
(2008-10-15) Her third son, Felix Griffiths was born.
Height: 157 cm
Bust-Waist-Hip: 34-25-35 cm
Bands: Skinny Puppy and Dead Kennedys
Color: Apple Green
Drink: Decaf triple grande soy 2 pump mocha 1 sweet and low no whip.
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X-Files Episode: Triangle
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