Hollywood actress Heather Graham had her beginnings in the 1980s. Her first starring performance was in License to Drive. She later gained fame for starring in 1989’s Drugstore Cowboy. In the ’90s she became further prominent for starring in the movies Shout, Diggstown, and Six Degrees of Separation. She also starred on the TV series Twin Peaks, as well as on its prequel movie Fire Walk with Me. She was then acclaimed for her performance in 1997’s Boogie Nights. Her next roles were in the films Bowfinger and Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me. She continued her career in the 2000s. During this period, she starred in Committed, Say It Isn’t So, Mary, Gray Matters, The Hangover and its sequel. In addition, she played the lead on the short-lived series Emily’s Reasons Why Not. In the 2010s, she had recurring parts on Californication and Flaked.
The 47-year-old actress maintains her youthful beauty and slender body by following a healthy lifestyle. One of the things she does is avoids sugar and white flour. In an interview, she revealed: “I’ve become one of those annoying people who’s like, ‘I’m not gonna eat white flour and I’m not gonna eat sugar.’ I do eat sugar sometimes, but as a broad rule, I try to just eat no sugar basically, and I have to say I feel a lot better. And I will sometimes eat things with white flour, but I try to avoid white flour.”
She also shared how she’s into cooking. She said: “I’m kind of slightly hypocritical because one of the main things I make is a beer-can chicken. It’s got a paste on it that’s made of salt, pepper, and brown sugar. But that’s really one of the best things I’m making right now. I’m also making sweet potato fries, but I make baked wedge fries so they’re healthier. I make a really good salad with kale, chopped raw brussel sprouts, and toasted almonds. Everyone’s into kale. It does make you feel healthy.”