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Four years later, Ione portrayed Virginia Rappe, a model and silent film actress in the drama “Return to Babylon”, directed by Alex Monty Canawati, after which Ione’s career continued with decline, hitting a new low with the role in the made-for-television comedy film “The King of 7B” in 2015, and “The Homeless Billionaire”, another comedy that wasn’t quite well received by the public.
She had a minor role in the adventure comedy-drama “Dear Eleanor” in 2016, that starred Liana Liberato, Isabelle Fuhrman and Josh Lucas, and she also made an appearance in the film “XOXO” the same year.
Ione enjoyed success throughout the ‘90s, with roles in such productions as “Four Rooms” (1995), “Dream for an Insomniac” (1996), in which she stared next to Jennifer Aniston and Mackenzie Astin, and also had a role in the comedy “The Size of Watermelons”, next to Paul Rudd and Donal Logue.
She finished the decade with the lead role in the adventure drama “The Sands of Time”, with Peter Weller and Ben Cross.
Then several of her career choices badly affected her career, and she couldn’t land a notable role until the mid- ‘2000s, when she was cast in the romantic drama “Fever Pitch”, with Drew Barrymore, Jimmy Fallon and Jason Spevack in the lead roles, and then in 2006 she starred in the thriller “12 Hours to Live”.
She continued with B production films though, and in 2009 starred in the drama “A Secret Promise”.
Born Ione Skye Leitch on the 4th September 1970 in Hampstead, London, England, she is an actress, probably still best known to the world as Diane Court in the romantic drama film “Say Anything…” (1989), and as Elyse in the comedy film “Wayne’s World” (1992), among many other differing appearances.
Previously, she was the wife of Adam Horovitz, guitarist of the hip hop group Beastie Boys from 1991 to 1999, although the couple split in 1995.
Apart from her marriages, Iona was in a relationship with famous musician Anthony Kiedis; the couple dated for several years during the ‘80s.
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