[Corey/Liv Tyler] [A.J./Johnny Whitworth]
Born on July 1, 1977, this almost-20 year old actress is considered a "video-vixen" by some after her performance in Aerosmith's "Crazy" video. The lead singer of Aerosmith, Steven Tyler, is her father, although she first believed her mother's ('70s model Bebe Buell) long-time boyfriend was her father. At the age of 12, she promptly took her father's surname ("it was the 70's" she said). She began modeling at the age of 14, but, while shooting in the Amazon a while later, decided she wanted to act. Her first feature role was as the older sister of an autistic boy in the Bruce Beresford straight-to-video drama Silent Fall (1994). Afterwards, she acted in Empire Records, our favorite film of hers. As of date, she has also been in a low-budget indie film, Heavy, in famed Italian director Bernardo Bertolucci's Stealing Beauty, Tom Hank's directorial debut, That Thing You Do! (with Empire Records co-star Ethan Embry), and Pat O'Conner's Inventing The Abbots. She is currently going out with Inventing The Abbot's co-star Joaquin Pheonix (brother of the late River Pheonix).
Corey seems like she has the perfect life: she's beautiful, has hottie A.J. in love with her, and she's going to Harvard... the catch? She's actually a closet-speed freak, which she tries to disguise as diet pills. She's so confused that she won't accept A.J.'s love, and is planning to lose her virginity to washed up teen idol Rex Manning.
Johnny Whitworth/ A.J.