*shrug* She didnt wanted to be a big star, so now she isnt. If it makes her happy, what do I have to complain ? Oh ok, I guess I could complain she doesnt marry me, SCNR , but otherwise ...

Fun part is, there are a lot of "what happened to" articles linked at the end of this lengthy one, and in most cases my answer would be "duh" and in case of Mel Gibson its simply "are you kidding". Hey Mel tried really hard to kill his own career and he cant complain about his success at all.

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That's a cool website. A lot of information.

I rather want to know what happened to Mena's looks! She looks pretty, but completely DIFFERENT! And not in just an 'age' way.



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Yeah, I've been wondering the same thing. She was huge back in the early 2000's. I haven't seen anything notable from her since. Infact, most of her cast on American Beauty seemed to have fallen off the radar: Wes Bentley, Thora Birch. Although, Wes had a nice supporting role in Hunger Games. Makes me realize fame is fickle and fleeting.

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Thora Birch was the victim of having a horrible manager - her dad. Such a shame.

Suvari did do that American Reunion and may do another one of those. Plus, she had a nice part on American Horror Story last season. Pretty much anything with American in the title..

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And Thora Birch did the lead role in "Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story".
But she's not the best actress, she comes off in such a monotone.

She's only slightly better than the Queen Of Wooden Acting: Kristen Stewart.



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Thora Birch was definitely near perfect on American Beauty.

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https://lebeauleblog.com/2016/05/22/six-years-and-ten-million-hits-later/

June 3, 2010 – What the Hell Happened was born. It didn’t take too long for me to stumble upon the site’s signature series. I saw the Day of the Dead remake on cable and couldn’t believe how bad it was. I know it wouldn’t be good. But I wasn’t prepared for it to be that bad! Throughout the whole thing, I just couldn’t stop thinking “What the hell happened to Mena Suvari?” In 1999, it looked like she would have a legitimate movie career. But a decade later, she was stuck in a direct-to-video zombie movie.

The original article was just a couple paragraphs long with no pictures or clips. It was a very modest beginning for the series that would more or less define the site. But over time, reader feedback has compelled me to take the articles deeper and deeper. The first article was dashed off in 20 minutes. Today, each WTHH takes about a month to write.

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