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  • Sarah Jessica Parker

    Sarah Jessica Parker's winning smile has been with her since childhood. Parker, the star of the new movie "I Don't Know How She Does It," started her career as a child actor. Watch Katie Couric's interview with Parker on "Nightline" 11:35 p.m. ET
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  • Sarah Jessica Parker

    Parker grew up in a family of eight children in a suburb of Cincinnati, Ohio.
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    As a young girl, Parker trained in singing and ballet.
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  • Sarah Jessica Parker: The Early Years

    By age 12, Parker was starring on Broadway in "Annie."
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    "According to those around me, I could really act the part. ... I really brought the emotional side," Parker told Katie Couric on "Nightline."
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    Parker's mother, Barbara Parker, recommended she get a Honda minivan, Parker told Couric on "Nightline."
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  • Sarah Jessica Parker

    Parker's stepfather, Paul Forste, was a part of her life from an early age.
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