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Real Name: Demetria Guynes
Birthday: November 11, 1962
Place of Birth: Roswell, New Mexico
Sign: Sun in Scorpio, Moon in Taurus
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Demi Moore Biography And Filmography:

Demi Moore began her career as a regular on ABC's daytime soap, "General Hospital". She soon moved on to feature films making her debut in "Choices" (1981). She went on to appear in Charles Band's "Parasite" (1982), and Garry Marshall's "Young Doctors in Love" (1982). In 1984 she became a Hollywood legend, playing Michael Caine's young daughter in "Blame It on Rio", and a coldhearted model in "No Small Affair". She next co-starred in "St. Elmo's Fire" (1985) and "Wisdom" (1986), a movie directed by Emilio Estevez.

Demi moved on to more mature roles as the prophecy speaking mother in "The Seventh Sign" (1988) with Michael Biehn, then a foul mouthed prostitute in "We're No Angels" (1989) starring Robert De Niro, and then as the sad lover in the hit "Ghost" (1990). Moore expanded into production when she co-produced Alan Rudolph's "Mortal Thoughts" (1991) with Bruce Willis. Demi then appeared in the smash hit "A Few Good Men" (1992). "A Few Good Men" gave Demi the opportunity to work with such heavy hitters as Tom Cruise, Jack Nicholson, Kevin Bacon, Kiefer Sutherland, Noah Wyle and Cuba Gooding Jr.

Demi Moore was then cast as Woody Harrelson's wife who sleeps with Robert Redford for a million dollars in Adrian Lyne's "Indecent Proposal" (1993) featuring Billy Bob Thornton. In the action thriller "Disclosure" (1994) with Michael Douglas, she tossed out her "good girl" image, playing a coldhearted corporate executive who becomes the target of a sexual harassment suit started by an employee and former lover played by Michael Douglas. 


Demi was then hired and cast as an adulteress in the "The Scarlet Letter" (1995) opposite Gary Oldman and then appeared in "Now and Then" (1995) with Rosie O'Donnell, a drama she also co-produced about childhood friendships. She followed with the lead role in "The Juror" (1996) as an unmarried mother pressured to influence a jury by a gangster played by Alec Baldwin. She also lent her voice talents as the voice of Esmerelda in Disney's animated version of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" (1996), and cemented her stature in Hollywood with a reported $15 million salary to play a single mother who turns to exotic dancing in "Striptease" (1996), making her the highest paid actress in Hollywood at the time.

After a series of bad projects, Demi returned with "G.I. Jane" (1997), in which she played a female recruit training for the Navy SEALs. The film hit number one at the box office. She also had a starring role as a psychiatrist in Woody Allen's "Deconstructing Harry" (1997) with Kirstie Alley and Robin Williams, and then took a vacation, retreating to Idaho to raise her daughters and appearing only in the public eye during media and press coverage of her 1998 divorce from Bruce Willis

Moore returned to Hollywood in 2000 with the lead role in the thriller "Passion of Mind," where she played a woman living two different lives, a widowed  mom and a fast-track Manhattan literary agent, in two different time periods each dreaming about the other and not knowing which life is actually the real one.

Another four years would pass before Demi would make another movie, playing the villainous "fallen Angel" Madison Lee in the 2003 sequel "Charlie's Angels 2: Full Throttle" with Lucy Liu, Cameron Diaz and Shia Labeouf after being recruited by star and producer Barrymore who created the part specifically for Moore. Looking extremely well preserved and stunning at age 40, Demi Moore made a major impact on-screen and off-screen and nearly walked away with all of the film's publicity due to her high-profile relationship with 25-year-old actor Ashton Kutcher best known for his role as Michael Kelso on "That '70s Show". Though many laughed at the relationship and claimed it was a publicity stunt, the relationship lasted and they married in September 2005 in a Kabbalah ceremony.


Demi returned to the movie screen with a role in “Bobby” (2006), Emilio Estevez’s look at the 16 hours prior to Senator Robert F. Kennedy’s assassination at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles as seen through the eyes of several guests and employees. She then appeared in the film "Flawed" (2007), a crime drama set in 1960 London, where a soon to retire janitor convinces a glass-ceiling constrained American executive to help him steal a handful of diamonds from their employer, the London Diamond Corporation.

Demi  then starred with Kevin Costner in the crime mystery "Mr. Brooks" (2007) a psychological thriller about a man who is controlled by his murder and mayhem loving alter ego. Next she was hired and cast in the dramatic action film "Bunraku" (2009), about a lone drifter who comes to town seeking revenge, but soon finds himself up against a bigger challenge than he originally planned. She wrapped up the year with the dramatic "Happy Tears" (2009) about two sisters who return home to deal with their ailing father Joe (Rip Torn), only to face some surprising situations.

Demi finished 2009 working with David Duchovny in the comedy “The Joneses” (2009) where a seemingly perfect family moves into a suburban neighborhood, but when it comes to the truth as to why they're living there they don't exactly come clean with their neighbors.

Another drama the following year started Demi’s movie making with a role in “Another Happy Day” (2011) where a wedding at her parents' wealthy estate throws a high-strung girl into the center of touchy family dynamics. Another thriller followed working with Kevin Spacey in “Margin Call” (2011) that follows the key people at an investment bank during the early stages of the now infamous financial crisis that struck the United States.

In 2012 Demi seperated from Kutcher and later suffered a health emergency and was rushed to the hospital after overdosing on Red Bull energy drink and Nitros Oxide (laughing gas). She was released and entered rehab for a short period.

After her meltdown with Kutcher and passing on a few roles while she got her life back on track, Demi returned to work in 2012 for the comedy “LOL” (2012) the story of a girl living in a world connected by YouTube, iTunes, and Facebook, she and her friends deal with the peer pressures of high school romance and friendship while evading their sometimes overbearing and confused parents.

 

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