Tex Hollywood - March 10, 2020
I remember when Keri Russell first hit the scene on Felicity. It was a hugely popular show and nerds everywhere fell in love with her back in 1998.
I was not one of those nerds, I don't know what I was watching on TV at the time, but it sure wasn't Felicity. That's not to say she didn't deserve the fan support she got, or that she didn't deserve to be coveted the way she was.
As it turns out at 43 years old, the mom of three's career has no signs of stopping. With the recent enough success of The Americans, to being in Star Wars, the now hot item at Comic Cons around the world is LOOKING great. Almost worth risking getting the Coronavirus to line up for her autograph hot.