Today on Marie
Shannon Elizabeth talks about being very different from her famous sexy role in "American Pie" and how that typecast her early in her acting career. In fact, Shannon is a tomboy at heart, interested in building furniture, learning plumbing and car mechanics, and spending time at home make-up free with her three dogs. She also dedicates time to her foundation called Animal Avengers, which raises money to fund medical expenses of pets that are up for adoption. Shannon's busy at work on several film projects. She's directing a movie called "Hazard," which is based on a Richard Marx song. He's also on board as a producer and composer. On a larger-scale, Shannon is excited about another film, "Faded." Plus, she will be seen acting and singing in Hallmark Channel's upcoming holiday movie "Christmas Star." Right now, Shannon is excited about "A Green Story
" because it corresponds very well with her eco-friendly and vegan lifestyle. Besides her entertainment endeavors, Shannon is proud to discuss her jewelry line, Shansen Jewelry
Shannon tells stories of how handy she is around the house>>
See Shannon in "A Green Story
," in theaters now and available on DVD July 11.
To get a piece from Shannon's organic collection Shansen Jewelry, go to www.shansenjewelry.com/shannon-elizabeth-and-tamsen-fadal/
Dr. Gary Motykie
Plastic surgeon Dr. Gary Motykie
explains a revolutionary procedure using fat derived stem cells for reconstructive surgeries. Using a process similar to liposuction, he removes fat from one part of the body and injects it into a different part of the body, such as the breasts. The stem cells turn into breast tissue. A patient of Dr. Motykie's joins the conversation to share her recent experience with the groundbreaking procedure. She had breast implants replaced with these stem cells in hopes of alleviating her symptoms of fibromyalgia. Dr. Motykie also shows a series of before and after photos of other patients who used stem cells for rejuvenation of facial features.
For more information, visit Dr. Motykie's website, www.drmotykie.com