Rita Wilson is an American actress, singer, and producer.

His films include Volunteers (1985), Sleepless in Seattle (1993), Now and Then (1995), That Thing You Do! (1996),

Jingle All the Way (1996), The Story of Us (1999), Runaway Bride (1999), Its Complicated (2009),

and Larry Crown (2011), and the television series The Good Wife End.

Girls Wilson has performed on Broadway and produced several films, including My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002).

As a singer/songwriter, Wills has released AM / FM, Rita Wilson, Bigger Picture, and Halfway to Home albums.

In March 2019, he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Rita Wilson was born Margarita Ibrahimov in Los Angeles where she grew up.

His mother, Dorothy Zigkau, was a Greek who grew up in Sotir, near the Greek border, near Drupal I Siparam in Albania.

His father, Hassan Halilov Ibrahimov, was a Bulgarian Muslim born in Orazio (Breston), Greece, near the Bulgarian border.

Her father's family moved to Bulgaria when she was a child.

They immigrated to the United States from Bulgaria in 1949.

She converted from Islam to Orthodox Christianity after her marriage and changed her name to Alan Wilson in 1960 and chose her name on the local street.

Wilson was raised in the Greek Orthodox faith. According to Wilson's husband, Tom Hanks, in addition to the Bulgarian,

his father could speak "Russian, Turkish, Polish, Greek, a little Italian, a little French,"

who said he played Victor Nevsky. Film The Terminal on his father-in-law.

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