Biography of Demi Moore (1962-VVVV)

Actress of American cinema, real name Demetria Guynes, born in Roswell, New Mexico, on November 11, 1962.


He began his career as a model, even though before, when he was 19 years old, it did not drawback in pose nude for different erotic magazines, which served as its image circulase all over the country and give it to inform directors, producers and professionals. His activity as a model allowed that it agreed to a role in a known television series in the United States, Hospital, which meant its cinematic release.

His first works were secondary. Provided the first of them is Silvio Narizzano in Choices (1981). Then note its intervention in mess in Rio (1984), Stanley Donen, along with Michael Caine. In that movie he appeared in topless, wearing a youth and an attraction that Donen knew how to take advantage with intelligence so that the public is fixed on that young girl. The following year took part in St. Elmo point of encounter (1985), Joel Schumacher, a film which at the time had a favorable reception.

An important moment in his life was his intervention in Wisdom, the offender (1987); rather than by the title itself, shooting influences him because the director is Emilio Estévez, who lived a relationship of great intensity, which had a remarkable resonance in the media, although it ended in rupture.

The moment of becoming star came with Ghost (1990), by Jerry Zucker, a film, in conventional principle, which eventually became a resounding success of public, considered disproportionate by the specialized press. This doesn't mean that the film - which tells a love story of a young marriage beyond the death of the husband, where the touches of melodrama, intrigue and humor blend with some skill - would become a point of reference for many teens. Since then the career of Demi Moore was emerging, at least from an economic point of view.

Rueda with Alan Rudolph thoughts mortal (1991). The fact that Rudolph should be set on Demi for her film indicates that the director and the actress believed that they could benefit respectively of the other. In any case, the actress had the opportunity to work with Bruce Willis, one of the most blockbuster actors of the 1990s, whom he married and maintained a stable marriage. The couple had three children, until they divorced in 1998.

At that time the actress was aware that his prestige and fame especially relied on the attributes of its beauty, which had no problem on enhancing surgical interventions. In the same sense there he was protagonist of a discutidisima cover of Vanity Fair magazine, in which it appeared fully nude and in advanced state of gestation. Photo was made by the famous Annie Leibovitz and sparked a large controversy in the society of the United States.

Wishing to introduce a variant in their professional activity, Demi Moore attempted to go more carefully selecting scripts that intervened, as well as his fellow cast, unless therefore it fails to admit, that in current cinema, male roles tend to have a higher potential.

He starred opposite Tom Cruise some good men (1992), by Rob Reiner, in which also featured Jack Nicholson. The film, which chronicles the development of a trial within the military and in which Demi Moore played a Navy lawyer, was an attempt of its protagonists to access a greater dramatic consideration by critics. In that same year, she starred in another role that originally was called to give a boost to his career. It is an indecent proposition (1992), Adrian Lyne, which plays a wife who her husband is played so that you have an erotic adventure with a millionaire (Robert Redford). Although the expectations, by the subject and protagonists, were excellent, the result did not accompany what was expected. Since that time Demi Moore began a decline, not in terms of the "cachet" but yes in favor of criticism and the public.

His appearance on harassment (1994), Barry Levinson, film version of the novel by Michael Crichton, next to Michael Douglas, nor reached the popularity that was supposed. Everyone recognized the beauty of the actress, but her quality as an artist was constantly put into question. His work in Striptease (1995), by Andrew Bergman, was a very strong in their prestige fall. The film was considered bad, without chance of salvation and its listed interpretation of dire.

In an attempt to change the course of his career, was in the hands of Ridley Scott, to interpret the Lieutenant O´Neill (1998). Scott is a controversial director, who has made some very important films and others that go unnoticed without penalty. This time Moore played a lieutenant who, after many vicissitudes, manages to be admitted to one of the bodies harder to the army of the United States. To give the physical character needed, he didn't hesitate to undergo a brutal workout and shave his hair to zero. His effort was not rewarded, and although the film was better than previous ones, the reception wasn't of discrete.

Endowed with great beauty, Demi Moore has shown to have a great ambition many of his proposals, but did not succeed in that its popularity will be endorsed by the recognition of an interpretive capacity, at the height of their physical attractiveness


1981: Choices. 1982: Los locos of the scalpel; Parasite.1984: Mess in Rio; Click, click; Master Ninja I. 1985: St. Elmo, meeting point. 1986: what happened last night?; One Crazy Summer; Wisdom, the offender. 1988: The seventh prophecy; The New Homeowner's Guide to Happiness. 1989: Never were angels. 1990: Ghost. 1991: Mortal thoughts (and co-producer); A witch in New York; The big mess. 1992: Some good men; An indecent proposal. 1994: Harassment; A Century of Cinema. 1995: The Scarlet Letter; Friends forever (and producing). 1996: coercion to a jury; Beavis and Butt-head Do America (voice); The Hunchback of Notre Dame (voice); Striptease.1997: Deconstructing Harry; The Lieutenant O'Neil (and producer); Destination Anywhere. 1999: passion of Mind.

Other work in film

1997: Austin Powers. Mysterious international agent (producer). 1999: Austin Powers II, the spy who shagged me (producer).

Works for television

1963: Hospital (series). 1984: The Master. 1985: Moonlighting.1990: Tales from the crypt. 1996: If These Walls Could Talk (and prod. Executive); Clive Anderson All Talk. 1997: Ellen.