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Katie Holmes Doesn't Blame Tom Cruise For Acting Lull

by Splash News 0:57 mins

Katie Holmes Doesn't Blame Tom Cruise For Acting Lull

by Splash News 0:57 mins

Katie Holmes is back in full acting gear after a lull during her marriage with Tom Cruise, but the easy going, down to Earth actress doesn't blame her ex-husband for the break.

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