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Halle Berry voted best-looking actress in Hollywood
www.chinaview.cn 2004-12-29 09:18:23

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    BEIJING, Dec. 29 (Xinhuanet) -- Halle Berry was voted best looking actress in Hollywood with 28% of the
vote, beating out Catherine Zeta-Jones (19%), Angelina Jolie (14%), Jennifer Lopez (7%) and Kate Hudson (6%). 

    These are among the results of an online poll of nearly 3,100 people conducted this fall by Parade magazine.

    Pitt won top honors among the men with 17 percent. Tom Cruise came in second with 15 percent, Harrison Ford was third (14 percent), Johnny Depp was fourth (13 percent) and Denzel Washington came in at No. 5 (10 percent).

    When asked which celebrity they'd most like to see run for president of the United States, Winfrey won with 21 percent of the vote. Fox News personality Bill O'Reilly came in a distant second with 8 percent, followed by Will Smith (7 percent) and Jon Stewart, Richard Gere and Donald Trump (each with 6 percent.)

    Speaking of Trump, 37 percent of those polled believe his tresses are a toupee.    

    Other results

    Favorite TV dad: Bill Cosby as Cliff Huxtable on "The Cosby Show" got the nod over Tim Allen as Tim Taylor on "Home Improvement.

    Superheroes: When asked to choose one superhero as a protector, nearly half (46 percent) opted for Superman. Any of the X-Men came in a distant second, beating out Wonder Woman and Batman, the Hulk and Spider-Man.

    Scary movies: "The Exorcist" was the hands-down winner with 28 percent of the vote, followed by "Psycho" (15 percent) and "The Shining" (13 percent). Less scary choices included "Jaws," "The Ring," "The Omen," "The Blair Witch Project" and "Carrie."

    Harris Interactive conducted the online survey Oct. 29 through Nov. 2 among a nationwide cross-section of 3,077 U.S. adults.

    (Agencies)

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