She’s not a big celebrity — yet — but her father Giovanni Ribisi is.
Be ready to partake in long, ponderous discussions about the disheartening state of modern society.
Be ready to express eloquent, interesting opinions (preferably in French).
Director Paul Haggis soon followed, announcing his decision to leave on Marty Rathbun’s blog.
Both Beghe and Haggis went on to become central figures in Alex Gibney’s 2015 documentary, Going Clear.
But some of them he judged to be more likely to leave than others, and we’ve put them in that order.
Take a look at our list, and then we’d like to see one from you as well — tell us which five Scientology celebrities you’d most like to see bolt. He’s not on this list because, as we’ve written previously, he was just a dabbler and so he didn’t “defect” when he moved away from Scientology.
We came up with a list of 20 names, and our Celebrity Centre source rated each of them on a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 meaning practically all the way out, and 10 representing complete and utter dedication no matter how bad things get for the dwindling church.
None of our 20, he told us, rated anything as low as a 6 on that scale, indicating that he doesn’t think any of these celebrities are likely to bolt soon.
Be ready to actually work your brain, which is quite a refreshing change from the pompous self-marketing format of conventional dating. The French are so obsessed with their right for free time and happiness that you will actually get to enjoy full evenings and weekends with your significant other.