- NAME: Sandra Bullock
- OCCUPATION: Film Actress
- BIRTH DATE: July 26, 1964 (Age: 49)
- Did You Know?: Sandra Bullock is the only person to be named 'Entertainer of the Year' twice by Entertainment Weekly, having gained the honor in 2009 and 2013.
- EDUCATION: Washington-Lee High School, East Carolina University
- PLACE OF BIRTH: Arlington, Virginia
- Full Name: Sandra Annette Bullock
- AKA: Sandra Bullock
- ZODIAC SIGN: Leo
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Academy Award-winning actress Sandra Bullock is known for her roles in such films as Speed, While You Were Sleeping, The Proposal and The Blind Side.
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However, this wasn't the first time that the versatile actress found herself in the coveted position. In 2009, she was also named Entertainer of the Year for her roles in The Blind Side and The Proposal.
Bullock makes her home in Austin, Texas; Jackson Hole, Wyoming; and Tybee Island, Georgia. She married Jesse James, star of the TV hit Monster Garage, on July 16, 2005. The couple divorced in June 2010, after news of his affair with tattoo model Michelle McGee hit tabloids. James later apologized for the incident, but Bullock filed for divorce and announced that she would retain sole custody of her newly adopted son, Louis.
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