Thanks to American Pie, Jennifer Coolidge gained a lot of action

Thanks to American Pie, Jennifer Coolidge gained a lot of action ...

Jennifer Coolidge, who played Jeanine aka Stiflers Mom in the 1999 smash film American Pie, has likely admired her work since the breakthrough of Legally Blonde. She admits that her alluring role had an influence on her real-life sex life.

Coolidge was asked which title she preferred, first-time Emmy nominee or MILF, but also first-time Emmy... what an honor. I learned a lot from watching American Pie. There would be, like, 200 people who I would never have known.

Coolidge played Steven Stifler's mother in American Pie. She is a very sensual lady who, to the dismay of her son, has a sexual encounter with one of his high school classmates, Paul Finch.

Coolidge has received her first Emmy nomination for her beloved role in HBO's The White Lotus. She portrays Tanya McQuoid, an heiress who is mourning her mother's death by making poor decisions.

According to Variety, the show's creator Mike White penned the role of Tanya specifically for Coolidge, who is a friend of his. It would still be one of the greatest things that ever happened to me if Mike didn't succeed. We just did The White Lotus as a play in a tiny theater where everyone paid $10 to see it.

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