Ann Coulter – a famous writer and a University of Michigan graduate

Everyone knows that Ann Coulter is a famous writer. She is an author of such bestsellers as ‘How to Talk to a Liberal’, ‘Slander: Liberal Lies About the American Right’, ‘Godless: The Church of Liberalism’ and so on. Perhaps, you have even read a few book reviews about her works. However, what you may not know is that she graduated from the University of Michigan. She got her J.D. from University of Michigan Law School. If you are currently studying there, you are probably thinking about how she also had to deal with the task of writing University of Michigan essays. Perhaps, you would like to take a look at the University of Michigan supplemental essays that were submitted by people who became successful in life.

What helped Ann Coulter succeed is her endless desire to work hard to achieve her goals, as well as her motivation to do more. Apart from writing University of Michigan essays, she was also an editor of the Michigan Law Review. Having graduated, Ann Coulter worked as a clerk at the United States Court of Appeals, as well as worked as an attorney in the Department of Justice Honors Program. Apart from that, she is also known as a political commentator and a columnist. There is no doubt becoming a student at the University of Michigan has been a rather stressful experience for her as well. The application process can make you feel really frustrated, not to mention the fact that writing Michigan supplemental essays is a very hard thing to do. Your piece of writing needs to impressive. You need to stand out from the crowd. That is the reason why so many applicants experience difficulties writing Michigan supplemental essays.

Yet, what every applicant needs to keep in mind is that they have enough knowledge to be able to submit an unconventional applications essay and become a student at the University of Michigan. It was not easy for Ann Coulter as well but she found strength to deal with this process and became a successful writer and a lawyer despite the fact that the University of Michigan acceptance rate is a number looking at which may make you feel discouraged. All in all, you need to mull over what you are going to write in one of those University of Michigan essays and how you are going to present yourself. Think of it this way: your essay will be the first piece of information the review committee will learn about you. Make sure you submit one of the most memorable University of Michigan essays to secure your spot at this educational institution.

Another useful tip to take into account is to look through the list of famous people who have graduated from colleges and universities you are interested in. The thing is that imagining how they had to deal with the same difficulties you are currently facing may be quite inspiring. In addition to that, seeing what they have managed to accomplish after graduating can be very motivating as well. No matter whether you are fascinated by the career path of Ann Coulter or someone else, allocate a few minutes to read their biography. You will find out about their first jobs which will remind you that working hard is always of key importance. You need to have desire and motivation if you are aimed at achieving success in the field you are interested in. Going to college such as the University of Michigan is the first step for you to take on the road to success.

Interview with Lisa Ann Walter

Lisa Ann Walter just released her first book titled “The Best Thing About My Ass is That It’s Behind Me”. Lisa has also appeared in films such as “”Bruce Almighty”, “The Parent Trap” and “War of the Worlds” to name just a few. Movie Mikes had a chance to speak with Lisa about her book and what it was like working with Richard Gere and Tom Cruise.

Adam Lawton: Can you tell us about your book that came out recently?
Lisa Ann Walter: The book is called “The Best Thing About My Ass is That It’s Behind Me” and it’s been described to me as kind of the best girls night out with the widest conversation you could ever have. It’s not any kind of self help book or anything its’ much more of a self maintenance type book. (Laughs) The attitude I had behind the book was that I had not only experienced but also witnessed among every American woman that it seemed like their birth right was a life time of self loathing. It seems as though woman have to be sexy until they are dead! Now you not only have to be a member of the PTA but you also have to be a pole dancer! (Laughs)

AL: What made you decide to write the book?
LAW: I live in a town I like to call “the land where prom queens go to die”. Beauty is very skewed where I live as it seems once a girl has a crown popped on her head she moves out here to become an actress. Maybe 3 out 5 make it and the rest end up in Hugh Heffner’s grotto swimming with the diseases or they are working at Denny’s. There are really just a bunch of gorgeous people out here and that is what is presented to women in America as to what they are supposed to look like. I wanted to show how hard it is to keep up with this type of thinking while still being ok with yourself.

AL: What was it like working on “War of the Worlds”?
LAW: That was probably production wise the biggest movie I have ever done. It was extremely exciting! The first day on set I got to meet Steven Spielberg and he was giving me direction for my scene and referencing Tom Cruise. I turn around and there was Tom with that “Risky Business” smile. Well after Steven was finished I told him he would have to tell me again what he wanted because I was just so taken back that I was on a set with him and Tom Cruise. (Laughs) Steven laughed and told me everything again. Tom Cruise was delightful! He was my own personal hero because Spielberg had asked me to bring one of my kids with me to be in the scene. During the scene there were so many people running and moving that my daughter got hit and had a bloody nose. Tom Cruise comes across the set after scaling this wall to check on my daughter. He was there in like 30 seconds. I don’t know how he got there so fast? He asked her what happened and then started taping it saying it was going to be for the lawsuit. (Laughs)  He also let me video tape him for my daughter’s birthday and after we were finished he reached into my purse for the camera to reshoot himself because he thought it wasn’t good enough. Tom is really a great guy. I have been lucky and had some really great experiences with everyone I have been able to work with.

AL: You also worked with Richard Gere correct?
LAW: Richard was very helpful and kind to me. I worked with him for over 3 months and within like 30 seconds of meeting him we were touching naughty bits to naughty bits. (Laughs) I was blushing from head to toe and Richard was telling me to be relaxed as I had the gig, but I knew it wasn’t true because the job really hinged on whether or not he liked me. I couldn’t believe I was meeting an Officer and a Gigolo with the ass that ate Tokyo! They made me get fat for “Shall We Dance” and I had a scene where I would lose the bottom half of my skirt and I was mortified. I actually ran off set the first time we did that scene and it just so happened that Ben Affleck was there visiting Jennifer Lopez which made matters worse as I have a lifetime of ass issues! I must have been green when I got back as Richard asked me what was wrong. Now at the time I was having trouble with my husband which didn’t help matters. So I told Richard that not only do I have to show my ass to the same guy I had a poster of on my wall when I was in high school, but also Ben Affleck and the crew for Extra was there to interview Richard. I was thinking why don’t we get every hot leading actor guy in Hollywood to come and look at my gelatinous ass! Richard was great and told me he would take care of it. Within one minute everyone was gone. Richard is just really a great guy.

AL: You have done a lot of different role in the movie making business is there one that sticks out as a favorite?
LAW: I really enjoy directing. I think I have always been a director even though I used to get in trouble for it. From getting sent out of class when I was in school to when I had a sitcom, I just wanted to be part of the process. When you are directing you get to piece the movie together into the film you want to make. I also really love to do stand-up comedy and most recently I started doing a radio show two times a week which I am really enjoying. I just really like to work and to stay busy.

AL: Do you have any other projects in the works you can tell us about?
LAW: I can’t tell you too many specifics but there are 3 projects that I am working on as an executive producer that are reality driven. I also have another project we are setting up for that is very chick centric. I am really excited for this project!