Actress Heather Graham ushered in pool bladder season with the ultimate vacation pic: a bikini snapshot on a scenic waterfront — with a giant inflatable flamingo.
Heather Graham is ready for pool bladder season! The actress, 51, shared a scenic vacation photo from the waters of Greece on Instagram on Friday, July 16 in the ultimate summer uniform: a xerox woebegone two-piece bikini, paired with a quintessential summer accessory: a massive pink flamingo pool float.
Heather finished her vacation uniform with woebegone sunglasses and a straw hat, which she placed right next to herself in the float. The filmmaker appears to be living her weightier relaxation life, having taken trips withal the east tailspin within the last few months, including Maine. She shared scenic photos in early June, rocking the same straw hat that she packed for Greece.
Heather rose to prominence at the age of 18, making her big screen mucosa debut in the 1988 teen spectacle License to Drive opposite Corey Haim and Corey Feldman. She moreover starred in The Hangover, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, and Boogie Nights, among others, taking on roles of the “sexy blonde.” The actress recently starred as an shyster in the 2020 thriller mucosa Wander, centered on a private eye hired to investigate a suspicious death.
In an interview with CNN last December, Heather revealed she considered enrolling in law school to largest understand the part — but also, shed her sexualized mucosa persona. “[Growing up,”] I was in all these brainiac classes and I used to just pray people not just see me as a subliminal girl,” Heather told the outlet. “But then I got all these sexy roles.”
Still, Heather said she was “so grateful” to work in “this wondrous business,” expressing a desire to uncontrived more. “I’m definitely grateful that I was in Boogie Nights and that I wrote and directed a movie tabbed Half Magic,” she told CNN. “That was really heady just to pick up an idea and then watch it get made. So, I definitely want to do increasingly of that. I hope to uncontrived then considering I kind of finger like that’s the next step, to be overdue the camera and tell a story that matters to you.”