There’s some Joy hidden in A.J. Cook’s name, but we figured that out when we first saw her as one of the doomed Lisbon sisters in The Virgin Suicides (1999). We almost slashed our own wrists in our rush to get our buckles undone. A.J. naturally became a popular Tinseltown find, co-starring with young Hayden Christensen on the TV series Higher Ground and working in plenty of low-budget horror films. Those include Ripper: Letter from Hell (2001), in which A.J.’s boo-bies look ready to rip through her wet T-shirt. A.J. herself finally broke through as the star of the big-budget thriller Final Destination 2 (2003).