Movie star posts high school photo and asks to see fans'

FORMER Greys Anatomy actress and '27 Dresses' movie star Katherine Heigl is playing a game of "I'll show you mine... now show me yours" with her fans.

The American actress posted two photos of herself from when she was in high school on her Facebook today and urged her fans to share their high school photos.

A number of fans have made some positive comments about the photos and Ms Heigl has personally responded.

Philip Lytle - Some pictures of "stars before they were stars" look nothing like they do now. You can't even see the resemblance. But yours...If I was challenged in some amazing way to go back in time and point out Katherine Heigl at her High School....I'd have no problem! You're timeless!!!

Katherine Heigl - That's very sweet. Thank you!

Ronda Baer - You are indeed beautiful. ..then and now! I do hope your TV show is coming back in the Fall. It was so good!

Katherine Heigl - Sadly not. We didn't get renewed

Viviana Torres Delgado -  Are you from Connecticut?

Katherine Heigl - I grew up in Connecticut..but was born in D.C.

Alisa Halilovic - This image of yours reminds me of the movie Under siege

Katherine Heigl - Well it was about the same time so...

Ms Heigl had posted a promotional photograph of herself and costars from her Roswell TV Series days about a week ago.Yo

You can follow her on Facebook here: Katherine Heigl

So here's the deal. I'll show you mine and you show me yours... high school #TBT pics that is!! Tweet me your pics guys and girls. twitter.com/katieheigl

Posted by Katherine Heigl on Thursday, 2 July 2015

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