Selma Blair Biography
Blair attended Hillel Day School and Cranbook Kingswood. She then pursued college at Kalamazoo College, but transferred to University of Michigan, where she graduated in 1994. During her freshman year at Kalamazoo, she became part of a play called The Little Theater of the Green Goose.
After graduating from high school in Michigan, Selma transferred to New York to pursue a career in photography, but found her way to acting classes instead. She attended the Stella Adler Conservatory and The Column Theatre.
Selma Blair began her acting career in early 90s, with cameo roles in films like the 1999 Cruel Intentions and 2001 Legally Blonde. She later appeared alongside Christina Applegate and Cameron Diaz in the 2002 comedy film, The Sweetest Thing. In 2004, she played the love interest of Hellboy, while starred as the large-breasted sex offender in the comedy, A Dirty Shame. Selma Blair then worked on two critically acclaimed independent films, Kill Me Later by Dana Lustig and the controversial film, Storytelling by Todd Solodriz.
Aside from the big screen, Selma Blair appears in television as well. She played a guest role on the hit sitcom, Friends in 2002 and played the character of Zoe in the yearlong TV series, Zoe, Duncan, Jack and Jane.
Selma Blair recently wrapped up a production on Homeland Security where she played opposite Meg Ryan and Antonio Banderas. She is currently working on the sequel to Hellboy, Hellboy 2: The Golden Army. Other upcoming projects for Selma Blair include My Moms New Boyfriend, Waz, Ed Burns Purple Violets and Robert Bentons The Feast Of Love, which she stars opposite Greg Kinnear and Morgan Freeman.
Selma Blair was married to musician, Ahmet Zappa on January 2004 in Los Angeles. However, the marriage ended when Blair filed for divorce at the L.A. Superior Court on June 21, 2006 due to irreconcilable differences. In February of 2007, Selma Blair spoke in public about her new relationship with writer-actor Matthew Felker.