Mark Felt), one of the sources for The Washington Post articles on Watergate, which led to the 1974 resignation of U. Other notable interviews have included: Teri Hatcher, who revealed in the magazine that she was sexually abused as a child; Jennifer Aniston's first interview after her divorce from Brad Pitt; Anderson Cooper, who talked about his brother's death; and Martha Stewart's first interview after her release from prison.Some of the pictorials in Vanity Fair have attracted criticism.She was educated at Ravenscroft School and East Carolina University.
During the trial, which included the testimonies of Mia Farrow and others, it was proved that the alleged scene at the famous New York restaurant Elaine's could not possibly have taken place on the date given, because Polanski only dined at this restaurant three weeks later.
Also, the Norwegian then-model disputed the accounts that he had claimed to be able to make her "the next Sharon Tate." and never appeared in the London court for fear he would be extradited to the U. Graydon Carter, editor of Vanity Fair, responded, "I find it amazing that a man who lives in France can sue a magazine that is published in America in a British courtroom." The photo, and subsequently released behind-the-scenes photos, show Cyrus without a top, her bare back exposed but her front covered with a bedsheet.
She has made guest appearances in a number of sitcoms, such as Friends and Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.
She worked as a guest judge on the Home & Garden Television show Summer Showdown.
Born on October 8, 1968 in Raleigh, North Carolina, she was adopted as an infant by William Procter and Barbara Jones.
She has an older brother named Whit, who is also adopted.The April 1999 issue featured an image of actor Mike Myers dressed as a Hindu deity for a photo spread by David La Chapelle: after criticism, both the photographer and the magazine apologized.The magazine was the subject of Toby Young's book, How to Lose Friends and Alienate People, about his search for success in New York City while working for Graydon Carter's Vanity Fair.In addition to its controversial photography, the magazine also prints articles on a variety of topics.In 1996, journalist Marie Brenner wrote an exposé on the tobacco industry titled "The Man Who Knew Too Much".Famous contributing photographers for the magazine include Bruce Weber, Annie Leibovitz, Mario Testino and Herb Ritts, who have all provided the magazine with a string of lavish covers and full-page portraits of current celebrities.