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Overview (3)

Born in Roswell, New Mexico, USA
Birth NameDemi Gene Guynes
Height 5' 5¾" (1.67 m)

Mini Bio (2)

Demi Moore was born 1962 in Roswell, New Mexico. Her father Charles Harmon left her mother Virginia Guynes (née King) before Demi was born. Her stepfather Danny Guynes didn't add much stability to her life either. He frequently changed jobs and made the family move a total of 40 times. The parents kept on drinking, arguing and beating, until Guynes finally committed suicide. Demi quit school at the age of 16 to work as a pin-up-girl. At 18 she married rock musician Freddy Moore; the marriage lasted four years. At 19 she became a regular on the soap opera General Hospital (1963). From the first salaries she started partying and sniffing cocaine. That lasted more than 3 years, until director Joel Schumacher threatened to fire her from the set of St. Elmo's Fire (1985) when she turned up high. She got a withdrawal treatment and returned clean after a week... and stayed clean. With determination and a skill for publicity stunts, like the nude appearance on cover of Vanity Fair while pregnant, she made her way to fame. Since the huge commercial success of Ghost (1990) and the controversial pictures Indecent Proposal (1993) and Disclosure (1994) she's one of Hollywood's most sought-after and most expensive actresses.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Tom Zoerner < Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de> /

In April 2011 Demi Moore and spouse Ashton Kutcher launched their "Demi and Ashton Foundation" a non-profit, non-governmental organization directed towards fighting child sexual slavery. It's first campaign is "Real Men Don't Buy Girls". On April 23rd, 2011 Demi and Ashton appeared together for their first on air interview on CNN's Piers Morgan Live (2011) to promote their foundation and start the work towards ending child sexual slavery. The foundation's website enables people to educate themselves, show support and take action or make a donation. They first got involved in the issue almost three years ago and that a great deal of the early work just involved starting discussions, raising awareness and creating urgency.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: rob clement

Family (4)

Spouse Ashton Kutcher (24 September 2005 - 26 November 2013)  (divorced)
Bruce Willis (21 November 1987 - 18 October 2000)  (divorced)  (3 children)
Freddy Moore (8 February 1981 - 6 August 1985)  (divorced)
Children Rumer Willis
Scout Willis
Tallulah Willis
Parents Guynes, Danny
Virginia Guynes
Charles Harmon
Relatives Morgan Guynes (half sibling)

Trade Mark (5)

Sparkling green eyes
Husky voice
Cries in emotional scenes
Vulnerable charm contrasting with no-nonsense lilt
Elizabeth Taylor-esque glacial beauty

Trivia (104)

Hired three cameramen to videotape the birth of her first child.
Bruce and Demi announce they are ending their marriage of eleven years. No reasons given. [June 1998]
Chosen by People (USA) magazine as one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the World. [1996]
Was once engaged to Emilio Estevez.
She posed nude while seven months pregnant with middle daughter Scout Willis for a 1991 'Vanity Fair' magazine cover. In August 1992, she again posed nude for 'Vanity Fair', this time wearing body paint that resembled a man's suit.
Stripped on Late Show with David Letterman (1993), allegedly to disprove rumors that she's too fat for her new movie Striptease (1996).
Owns a production company: "Moving Pictures".
She appeared in John Parr's music video "St. Elmo's Fire (Man In Motion)".
Listed as one of twelve "Promising New Actors of 1986" in John Willis's Screen World, Vol. 38.
In order to play a coke addict, Jules, in St. Elmo's Fire (1985), she had to sign a contract stipulating that she would stop her own alcohol and drug abuse, an agreement that caused her life to turn around.
Was one of three finalists for the lead in Flashdance (1983). No one could decide between the three, so a group of about 50 men were brought into a room, shown the three audition tapes and asked who they would want to sleep with the most. Jennifer Beals won by a landslide.
Was replaced by Sandra Bullock for the lead in While You Were Sleeping (1995).
Operations on her left eye during childhood caused her to wear a patch.
First actress to reach 10 million dollar salary mark.
Aunt of actors Cooper Guynes and Oliver Guynes.
Demi's real father, Charles Harmon left the family before she was born, which is why she didn't share his last name on her birth certificate. In her 2019 memoir, she wrote that she met him for the first time when she was thirteen years old, and he told her that he was devastated when Demi's mother divorced him so she could marry her true love Danny Guynes. Charlie then introduced her to her half-siblings from his two other marriages, one of whom looked like a male version of Demi. She cut off all ties with him and her half-siblings, because she always thought of Danny Guynes as her father.
Continues to receive royalty checks for songs she wrote before becoming an actress.
Was spoofed in the video game Leisure Suit Larry: Love for Sail! (1996) as a hypersexual version of herself called "Dewmi (pronounced "Do Me") Moore".
First job was as a bill collector.
Voted #22 on VH1's Hottest Hotties.
Though born in New Mexico, she spent much of her childhood in and around Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. She also lived briefly in Merced, California and Seattle, Washington.
She quit school at 16 and started working as a pin-up girl.
According to an article in the now defunct Buzz magazine, she was so demanding when it came to perks and fringe benefits, her nickname around Hollywood studio executives was "Gimme Moore".
Was one of the eight original members of the 1980s "brat pack", along with Judd Nelson, Anthony Michael Hall, Andrew McCarthy, Rob Lowe, Molly Ringwald, Emilio Estevez and Ally Sheedy. Moore despised the label and refused acknowledgment.
The only Brat Packer to become a huge and long-lasting movie star after the Brat Pack era ended.
Along with Pia Zadora, Madonna, Pauly Shore and Sylvester Stallone, one of the few people who have "won" back to back awards at the Razzies in successive years. She "won" Worst Actress of 1997 for her performances in the films The Juror (1996) and Striptease (1996), then again the next year she "won" Worst Actress for her role in G.I. Jane (1997).
Her wedding with Ashton Kutcher was attended by about 100 guests. Among them were ex-husband Bruce Willis, their three daughters, Ashton's best friend and co-star from That '70s Show (1998), Wilmer Valderrama, and Demi's close friend Lucy Liu.
Auditioned for (and won) the role of Jackie Templeton on General Hospital (1963) after producers put out a casting call for a "Margot Kidder/Karen Allen" type actress (both of whom were top box office stars at the time).
Married Bruce Willis at the Golden Nugget Hotel in Las Vegas.
Little Richard presided over her wedding to Bruce Willis. Ally Sheedy and Lee Garlington were among the bridesmaids. The ceremony and reception was arranged by TriStar, where Moore had a three-picture deal.
Attended (but did not graduate from) Fairfax High School in Los Angeles with actor/producer Byron Allen.
Her ancestry includes English and Scottish as well as remote Cherokee.
Lived next door to Nastassja Kinski when moving to Los Angeles to pursue acting. Since Nastassja didn't read English very well, she'd have Demi read scripts for her.
Her first name "Demi" is pronounced "deh-ME", not "DEM-ee", with emphasis on the second syllable.
Mother died from cancer in 1998 at age 54.
Older half-sister of Morgan Guynes.
In 1995, became the highest-paid actress in film history, up until that time, earning $12.5 million for Striptease (1996).
Thanked by Blink-182 in the liner notes of their album "Enema of the State".
Credited along with actor Daniel Morton for saving a woman's life through Twitter.
Was 20th Century Fox's choice to play Katharine Clifton in The English Patient (1996). When producers refused to give in on the studio's decision to cast Moore, Fox withdrew their funding. Miramax eventually picked up the film and the role was given to Kristin Scott Thomas.
Auditioned for the role of Luisa Contini in Nine (2009), but Marion Cotillard was cast in the role instead.
Had to bow out of A League of Their Own (1992) due to pregnancy. "Bruce literally screwed her out of the part," remarked Penny Marshall, who directed the movie.
Owns a number of properties in and around Hailey, Idaho as well as a canyonside estate above Beverly Hills and a triplex penthouse at Manhattan's San Remo high-rise on Central Park West. She and Bruce had a beachfront mansion in Malibu but sold the place when they split up.
Along with Gerard Butler, Ben Stiller, Susan Sarandon and director Paul Haggis, she visited a camp for internally displaced persons managed by Sean Penn and his Jenkins-Penn Humanitarian Relief Organization in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. [April 2010]
The controversial Vanity Fair magazine cover of Moore - nude and pregnant - was photographed by Annie Leibovitz and vehemently sanctioned by then VF editor Tina Brown in May 1991.
Had knee surgery. [February 2011]
Remains friends with Daniel Morton since helping save a woman's life on Twitter together.
Current publicist is Stephen Huvane. Before that she was represented by Michael Levine, Pat Kingsley and Heidi Schaeffer.
Showed interest for the title role in Æon Flux (2005) that Charlize Theron eventually played. Aeon creator Peter Chung disapproved of the casting of Moore.
Turned down the role of Sarah Tobias in The Accused (1988), which went to Jodie Foster.
Moved out the day after her 16th birthday to live with Tom Dunston, a small-time musician 12 years her senior. His mother worked for 20th Century Fox and got Demi a receptionist job there. Demi dumped Tom in August 1979 after meeting Freddy Moore, her future husband, at the Troubadour nightclub in L.A.
Has three younger paternal half-siblings (James, Charlotte, and Charles Jr.) who she does not have any contact with.
Has 3 daughters: Rumer Willis (b. August 16, 1988), Scout Willis (b. July 20, 1991) & Tallulah Willis (b. February 3, 1994) with ex-husband, Bruce Willis.
Separated from her third husband of 6 years Ashton Kutcher. [November 2011]
(December 21, 2012) Third husband Ashton Kutcher filed for divorce after a 13 month separation and 7 years of marriage.
A huge fan of Susan Boyle. When Moore enthused about her on Twitter, the millions who followed helped to turn Boyle into a global megastar. Sadly, Boyle didn't know much about Moore and nothing about Moore's husband Ashton Kutcher.
Spokeswoman/model for Ann Taylor clothing store chain. [August 2011]
Dated martial arts instructor Oliver Whitcomb from 1999 to 2002.
Is an avid doll collector and keeps a separate residence in Idaho to house her 2,000+ vintage dolls, many of which are made with human hair. She hopes to someday open a doll museum.
Used to be part owner of the Planet Hollywood restaurant chain.
Fan of Rita Hayworth and the movie Gilda (1946).
Recorded a five-track demo tape in 1982 under the guidance of music producer Greg Penny and almost got a deal from RCA records.
Appeared in a 1986 stage play with Robin Bartlett called "The Early Girl" at Circle Repertory Theatre in New York.
Brought into fashion the women's pixie cut, a hairstyle she debuted for photographers at the Beverly Hills premiere of When Harry Met Sally... (1989). When Ghost (1990) was smashing box office records in the summer of 1990, millions of women emulated this short, boy-like crop.
Rented out Six Flags Magic Mountain amusement park for her 29th birthday in 1991.
Inducted into the Hair Fan's Hall of Fame. [2015]
Alec Baldwin says Demi is one of the smartest women he's ever met.
Refused to promote Passion of Mind (2000) as she was living in secluded Idaho at the time. She also, apparently refused to go back and loop some of the outdoor scenes.
Uses leeches to detoxify blood.
Is mentioned on the shows Murphy Brown (1988), Seinfeld (1989), The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990), Friends (1994) and Sex and the City (1998).
When cast as a temptress in Disclosure (1994) one month after having her third daughter Tallulah Willis, she biked 28 miles every morning before dawn to get fit.
Past and present pals include Courteney Cox, Laura Day, Amanda De Cadenet, Sara Foster, Soleil Moon Frye, Melanie Griffith, Carla Gugino, Kate Hudson, Madonna, Jennifer Meyer, Demi Lovato and Heather Parry. It is known for a fact that she is no longer friends with Ally Sheedy, who dissed Moore in the press.
The December 2011 death of longtime AA sponsor Patsy Rigg, 70, left Moore devastated and triggered a January 2012 collapse requiring hospitalization. Among those inside her home at the time of the incident was Glenn Close's daughter Annie Starke, who can be heard assisting Demi on the leaked 911 call.
Formerly in a relationship with Dead Sara drummer Sean Friday (2013-2015).
Campaigned for Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis' 1988 Presidential bid.
She has been sued four times: in 1992 by doll gallery owner Deborah Hellmann; in 1998 by ex-nanny Kim Tannahill; in 2003 by former manager of her Idaho ranch, Lawrence Bass; and in 2017 by the parents of Edenilson Steven Valle, a young man who drowned in her pool while she was out of town.
Affects little known Ocracoke, NC accent in The Butcher's Wife (1991).
Her stepfather committed suicide by breathing Carbon monoxide.
Curiously, Demi has never gone on Charlie Rose (1991) or Inside the Actors Studio (1994).
Briefly dabbled in Scientology during the mid-1980s and again in the mid-2010s. Her late mother was a Scientologist and so is a recent ex-boyfriend, Sean Friday. Over the years Demi has been photographed in the company of famous Scientologists such as John Travolta, Kelly Preston, Priscilla Presley, Danny Masterson and of course Tom Cruise.
Roger Ebert on Moore's performance in About Last Night (1986): There isn't a romantic note she isn't required to play in this movie, and she plays them all flawlessly.
In French, "demi" is a prefix for the word half.
At one point, was attached to star in a screen adaptation of Carrie Fisher's book "Surrender in Pink" for Warner Bros. and Patricia Cornwell's book "Cruel and Unusual".
Was set to portray '20s torch singer Libby Holman in a biopic produced by Ray Stark but the project stalled due to creative differences. Moore felt that Stark had a very conservative eye and the most interesting things about Holman's life (i.e. bisexuality) might have been considered too provocative and dangerous to be portrayed as they needed to be.
In Hailey, Idaho, Demi and Bruce Willis were criticized for buying businesses in the town and not running them properly.
Was two months pregnant with her daughter Scout Willis when she completed filming on The Butcher's Wife (1991).
Returned to work four months after giving birth to her daughter Scout Willis to begin filming A Few Good Men (1992).
Returned to work six months after giving birth to her daughter Rumer Willis to begin filming We're No Angels (1989).
Attended Redondo Union High School for her freshman year and worked at the student store.
Her first audition ever was for Foxes (1980).
Successfully did multiple back handsprings on a January 20, 1994 appearance on Late Show with David Letterman (1993) while eight months pregnant. On December 16, she performed the flips again while holding her newborn in a baby carrier. Conventional wisdom believes, however, that these were done by a stunt double.
Negotiated her $3 million asking price down to $2 million for A Few Good Men (1992) because she was competing with Jodie Foster and Linda Hamilton for the role, and also because she badly needed another hit after the triple box office failures of The Butcher's Wife (1991), Mortal Thoughts (1991) and Nothing But Trouble (1991).
Production office in Santa Monica had baby carriages with antique dolls in them, which struck many as inappropriate.
Replaced Sharon Stone in Corporate Animals (2019).
In her modeling days, she went by the pseudonym Vivianne Pollentier.
Her doll collection is insured for $2 million.
She, her father Charlie Harmon, and stepfather Daniel Guynes all had the eye condition amblyopia (lazy eye).
Tested for the female lead in Top Gun (1986) that went to Kelly McGillis.
In her 2019 memoir, she wrote that she received her Screen Actors Guild (SAG) card when she played a teenage prostitute on an episode of the late 1970's television series Kaz (1978). but that it would take several years before she started earning a living as an actress.
Was directed by five Academy Award winners: Stanley Donen, Edward Zwick, Neil Jordan, Barry Levinson, and Woody Allen.
Was the original choice for the role of Kiri in The Beastmaster (1982).
Born at 2:16pm-MST.
In addition to porcelain dolls, Moore also has a Barbie doll collection.

Personal Quotes (46)

I'm sure there are people who think I'm a bitch, but all I do is strive for perfection. I expect others to work as hard as me, but I'm not demanding to an unreasonable point.
The truth is you can have a great marriage, but there are still no guarantees.
There's this idea that if you take your clothes off, somehow you must have loose morals. There's still a negative attitude in our society towards women who use a strength that's inherent - their femininity - in any way that might be considered seductive.
Time is an amazing equalizer. I think if you stay true to yourself and keep moving forward, things come around.
On the changes made to Nathaniel Hawthorne's "The Scarlet Letter" (she starred in the adaptation): In truth, not very many people have read the book...the ultimate message of "Hester Prynne" would have been lost if we'd stayed with the original ending.
I didn't want to work and drag my kids with me while they were trying to cross this huge transition. I wanted them to become as stable and as confident as possible. There are people who go through this and don't have the financial means, but I did. It wasn't a risk; it was the right thing to do.
Once you've tasted a bit of success, it's more challenging. We have to continue to be willing to take a risk so that we don't get too safe. Unwillingness to risk failure is always there, but it gets harder when you feel you have more to lose. So the better place to keep yourself in is out of your comfort zone, willing to try even at the risk of failing. And that's not natural to me at all. In fact, it's completely unnatural.
I think we all want the same things. We all want to feel loved, and feel a part of something, but we all have self-doubt no matter where we came from.
[on plastic surgery] It's completely false, I've never had it done. It's a way to combat your neurosis. The scalpel won't make you happy. For the moment I prefer to be a beautiful woman of my age than try desperately to look thirty.
[to Susan Boyle] You have nothing to lose - just keep sharing your light.
I don't think anyone could imagine it, but with Redford, all of a sudden, I was very shy and more self-conscious. This was THE Robert Redford and he's a kind of shy and reserved guy.
I'm honored if I can inspire somebody else.
[on her approach to acting] It's 100 percent instinct. I haven't had years of learning in acting class. It just didn't go that way for me. Not because I ever felt I was so wonderful I didn't need it. I'm sure I could use plenty of guidance. Actually, I was too insecure to want to take that path. I always just felt that if I got in a class and somebody said, 'Boy, you're really not good, and maybe you should consider something else,' I would have had to, and I thought that if I could fake it long enough maybe I could figure it out. There's that old saying, 'Fake it until you make it,' and I think I might have been skating on that thin ice for a while in the hope nobody would find me out. I never even really had the ability to put myself in that kind of learning situation until right before I did Ghost (1990), when I worked in New York with a teacher named Harold Guskin. I enjoyed it, but being in a class would probably still be intimidating for me.
The press is a big machine that runs of its own will, and to fight against it would take too much of my focus and my energy. All I can really do is try to find the safest way I can to use the press for positive things - promoting what I love, the movies I make. The rest of it, even though sometimes it hurts, sometimes it's disappointing, sometimes it's unjust, I just don't want to get caught up in it. I've seen what the press does to other stars, and I know I'm no exception. Everybody has their day. Sometimes it's a good time for you in the press, sometimes it's just your turn to get hit. There seems to be no rhyme or reason, no matter what you're doing or how hard you're working. Except you do see that sometimes it comes like the tide - if it's been a really good time for you, the press starts looking for reasons to bring you down, and if you're really down it seems as if they start to jump on a bandwagon so they can be the creators and bring you back. So I just try to ride the wave.
I do take a stand about how a scene should be played. I have a passion for my work, and that sometimes triggers creative conflicts.
I have no obligation to be politically correct.
[on About Last Night (1986)] Some of the critics didn't like the happy ending. But there was no way you could have any other ending on that movie. After building up compassion for the characters, to just throw it away with an unhappy ending would have been stupid.
[on working with Michael Caine in Flawless (2007)] Fantastic. I have to say, I've certainly grown in having a greater appreciation for who he is. I realized actually, when I was 20, when I did the film [Blame It on Rio (1984)] playing his daughter, we didn't have the resource to be able to watch his films like we have today. Young actors now can go back and find everything. For me to have really been that familiar, I would've had to go to those arthouses and really waited to get that little sliver. So now I really have a greater appreciation, which hopefully we do as we get older anyway.
[on women in combat] If there are women, whatever that percentage might be - two percent, five percent - if they have the desire, if they have the ability to match up on an equal standard, then I think we want them there, because that just means somebody's found what they're supposed to do in their lifetime that they're good at. And if they have the passion to create that kind of commitment to be there, why shouldn't they be?
[on 1950s anti-abortion laws depicted in her film, If These Walls Could Talk (1996)] The shame and degradation that these women faced - that is really what is criminal.
[1985, on being dubbed a member of the "Brat Pack"] I hate it! I find it embarrassing, hateful and demeaning.
I used to say that I attended 48 schools, but I think it's something over 30. I attended six high schools, and I always had at least two schools in every grade. Sometimes I made three moves in one grade. My shortest stay was two months.
[2005] In his own way, Ashton is romantic. We were apart for awhile, and he phoned me and said he'd shaved his leg. One leg. Because then at night, he said, it's like sleeping with a woman when he rubs against himself.
Some of my lowest points were the most exciting opportunities to push through to be a better person.
There's nothing wrong with having a desire to want nice things. It's when we place that as a measure of the value of ourselves that it goes askew.
[at a briefing on Domestic Sex Trafficking in Washington, D.C., 5/4/10] As long as one person is enslaved, we are all enslaved. As long as we continue to allow these young women to be criminalized, the message we're putting out is that women and girls can be bought ... It's time that we bring the dirty little secret out into the open.
There was a point in my career that I was being encouraged to do a film for what felt like the wrong reasons, which were for monetary reasons. But I had an overwhelming sense of intuition that it wasn't right, that it felt unsafe, that there were elements that really just were wrong. And what's interesting is, I didn't follow my intuition. I allowed myself to be persuaded. And the biggest part of why that was created is that I didn't have enough self-confidence or trust in my own information.
[presenting Ghost (1990) at the ArcLight Hollywood, April 2013] It's something that touches people's heart, it transcends and has comforted people's soul in great loss and it has instilled a sense of hope and magic that those we love are always still with us. I'm truly grateful to have been part of this film, and I'm honored to be sharing with you tonight. I thank AFI and Target for bringing together this magical night for you to see it on the big screen.
I'm sure there was a huge boon in pottery classes that they hadn't seen since macrame, Birkenstocks, and hairy legs were in fashion!
[1992] I want to be a mogul. Don't get in my way.
[1996] My children bathe with me, and I walk around naked.
Shame is something that's taught and/or a conditioned response. It's not something that we naturally feel.
[on her character in Blind (2016)] I think she's a woman who was not living a truth or a reality, but a life that on the outside looked as if she had everything. Then her world collapses, and she loses everything-her footing, her identity and her sense of direction. She no longer has a compass, and she's pointed in a direction that's revolting. That ends up, in fact, saving her.
[in Movieline magazine, January 1993, about her so-called entourage of bodyguards] What that writer didn't want to put into her article is why these people sometimes have to be in my life. When you get calls from your agent saying, "We just received a call from a mental institution. A man there is telling them he wants to kill you. He's having delusions, we don't know whether he's on narcotics, we don't even know if he's given us the right address," wouldn't you do something? Then, you know, he's been released but the address he had given as his home address isn't even a real one. Or you get weird letters or people show up at your house, thinking your husband is the character that they've seen in a movie. It would be stupid not to protect myself when situations like that arise and when the media continues to print how much my husband makes. If something ever happened, God forbid, I would just feel stupid not to have protected all of us to the best of my ability.
My basic perception of how things have to work to get things done is: group effort. Everybody that works with me is part of my team. It isn't about catering to my needs, my whims. It's about the best idea winning in the end.
The strongest feminine statement I can make is: Be supportive of women who make conscious choices for themselves.
[from a 1988 interview with Bobbie Wygant] The best way to deal with life is one day at a time. I can prepare for the future, but only in so much as what I can do today, 'cause this is all I've got.
You never run out of goals, never. Not unless you want to stop really living. There are people who are happy to stay within parameters, but for me, that would never have been enough.
I like girly things, delicate things. I like dolls, I like toys, I like Barbies. I wish I could articulate this as I really feel it, because it has strong meaning for who I am. I am very much a girl's girl. I have a lot of girlfriends, I do a lot of girl activities, and I take girl vacations. And I work with mostly women. But I guess that there's a part of me that feels that when my femininity is showing, I'm very exposed.
I'm very accessible, and I've had an openness in a lot of the characters that I've played that's inviting to people. I'm kind of a plain Jane. That's my strength.
I look better when I'm in love.
I got a lot of the wild stuff over and done with early.
There was a time when to be considered a serious actress, you had to almost NOT look good. To be glamorous was considered a weakness. Now, I'm grateful that I can say, 'Wait a second, I want BOTH.'
[on Nastassja Kinski] We know each other in a way that no one else could.
[in a 2011 twitter response to the question of her name being "Demetria Gene Guynes"] No it is just Demi Gene it was never Demitria!
If I see it as possible, it is possible.

Salary (13)

Ghost (1990) $750,000
Mortal Thoughts (1991) $1,000,000
The Butcher's Wife (1991) $2,500,000
A Few Good Men (1992) $2,000,000
Indecent Proposal (1993) $3,000,000
Disclosure (1994) $5,000,000
The Scarlet Letter (1995) $5,000,000
Now and Then (1995) $500,000
The Juror (1996) $7,500,000
Striptease (1996) $12,500,000
G.I. Jane (1997) $11,000,000
Deconstructing Harry (1997) $450,000
Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003) $2,000,000

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