I thought Demi Moore was gorgeous in 1985's "St. Elmo's Fire", and there's certainly been no reason to change
my mind since then.
Moore had quite a traumatic childhood, which included moving about thirty times. When she was a teenager,
her stepfather committed suicide, around the same time that she learned he wasn't her biological father. Despite these
experiences, Moore kept it together enough to beat out hundreds of contenders for a role on the soap opera "General Hospital".
Her movies have included "About Last Night..." (1986); "Ghost" (1990, for which she received a Golden Globe Best Actress nomination);
"The Butcher's Wife" and "Mortal Thoughts" (1991); "A Few Good Men" (1992); the controversial "Indecent Proposal" (1993);
"Now And Then" (1995, which she also produced); "Striptease" (1996); "Deconstructing Harry" and "G.I. Jane" (1997); and "Charlie's
Angels: Full Throttle" (2003). In addition, she voiced a character in Disney's "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" (1996).
She also produced the "Austin Powers" movies.
Moore's off-screen life, including her audacious "Vanity Fair" covers, has stirred up tremendous interest.
She married her first husband, rock musician Freddy Moore, when she was 18 and he was 34; the marriage lasted 4 years.
She spent another 3 years with Emilio Estevez before marrying Bruce Willis (7 years her senior) in 1987; Little Richard presided
over the ceremony. Her marriage to Willis lasted 11 years and produced 3 daughters, one of whom, Scout, is named after
the little girl in "To Kill A Mockingbird". As of this writing, Moore has decided to date someone younger for a change,
and has famously hooked up with Ashton Kutcher.