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ok sry... also das ist praktisch meine zweite welt in der ich lebe, die der filme, Schauspieler und Schauspielerinnen... viel spaß beim durchschaun und vergesst nicht mir kommentare zu schreiben!^^
Kate Moennig incarnates a mysterious, audacious, aggressive and very seductive woman in "The L Word".
If she was a man, Shane McCutcheon would go around the world breaking female hearts with her irresistible talent for conquering and her absolute incapacity to fall in love. Something similar happens in "The L Word".
Beautiful and sexy, indomitable and with a dark past, fashionable and very self-assured, with a precise touch of masculinity and an absolutely 'cool' attitude, Shane is the bad girl who upsets everyone. She's that kind of person whose cold blood easily warms up everybody else's, she's the skeptical one but who everybody else believes could change for love, the imperturbable creature who disturbs everyone who approaches her. It doesn't matter if it's about a man and a woman or a woman and women, in the end the idea is the same: it's someone who everybody loves but who doesn't love anyone. Until the day arrives.
Almost at the end of the first season, Shane falls in love and pays for her mistakes. "You know... my entire life, people have said that... I would become a psychopath if I didn't learn how to feel", she says in tears to the woman she loves. "But I wanna know what is so great about feeling. Because I feel like my heart's been completely ripped out".
That's how the episode transmitted by Warner Channel on Saturday at midnight ended, after HBO interrupted its transmission. We don't know, then, what consequences opening her heart will have on Shane (the third season has just begun in the United States). What is certain is that the career of Kate Moennig, like all of her companions', has taken a radical twist thanks to this series about lesbians in L.A., which cast includes Pam Grier as a heterosexual seduced by a Drag King and Jennifer Beals, the eighties' star of "Flashdance", as the successful Bette, who dreams of becoming a mother with her loving partner Tina.
The series has also given a great boost to the careers of Leisha Hailey - Alice, an ultramodern bisexual --, Erin Daniels - Dana, a rich and famous woman who struggles to come out of the closet --, Karina Lombard - Marina, a "femme fatale" who knows how to use her charm -- and Mia Kirshner - Jenny, a heterosexual who discovers that many of her convictions are questionable.
Daughter of a Broadway dancer and of a violin maker, and cousin of Gwyneth Paltrow, Kate grew up in an artistic environment. After studying at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, she started her TV career on the series "Young Americans".