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Revlon Taps Actress Jennifer Connelly as Spokesperson

September 11, 2008

Revlon, Inc. has signed Academy Award winning actress Jennifer Connelly to represent the Revlon brand. Ms. Connelly joins the brand’s current roster of celebrity spokesmodels that includes Halle Berry, Jessica Alba, Beau Garrett and Elle Macpherson.

“Jennifer Connelly is a modern, dynamic and intelligent woman. She is an accomplished wife, mother and actress and her successes complement the spirit of the Revlon brand,” said David Kennedy, Revlon’s president and chief executive officer. “We are elated to have Jennifer join the Revlon family.”

In addition to being featured in upcoming global advertising campaigns, Ms. Connelly will be involved with various company-sponsored philanthropic activities and fundraising events for charity.

“I am honored to be joining the Revlon Family,” said Jennifer Connelly. “Revlon is one of the great iconic brands of today and I am thrilled to be part of a company that has done so much for women around the world.”

Ms. Connelly, who began her acting career at 12 years old in “Once Upon a Time in America,” attended Yale and Stanford, and has worked on more than 30 films, including “A Beautiful Mind,” for which she won the Academy Award, Golden Globe, Critics Choice and BAFTA awards for best actress in a supporting role. She currently has three films in the hopper, including “The Day the Earth Stood Still and “He’s Just Not That Into You,” which will debut this year, and “9,” which is due out in 2009.

More info: www.revlon.com
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