An Academy Award winner; a very talented and lovely actress, and an intelligent gifted actress at her young age. Challenged and took her acting skills into different levels, and one of Hollywood’s giants. Born as Alicia Christian Foster on November 19th 1962 from Los Angeles, California. Married to Alexandra Hedison in 2014 with 2 children.

She started appearing for minor roles as a start in 1968-1970 in a television series Mayberry R.F.D. She continuously received various appearances. She received her first break in the movie Taxi Driver in 1976 as a young hooker. This is a story of a Vietnam veteran that turned a cabbie and eventually saving the life of a young prostitute. She appeared also in the 1984 movie called “The Hotel New Hampshire” and she got the taste of a psychotic man released from prison who tried to rape her and back to fulfill the nightmare once stopped in the movie “Five Corners” in 1987. She also starred in the 1988 movie “ The Accused.” A story of brutally raped lady and they will bring forth justice to what happened. She also played the nerve-wracking and chilling role of a rookie FBI agent, studied and investigated the crime committed by the far-intelligent psychopath killer of the infamous “Hannibal Lecter” played by Anthony Hopkins in the 1991 movie “The Silence of the Lambs.” She also played the role of a single parent persevering to give better living for his genius son in the movie “Little Man Tate” in 1991.

She played the role Laurel in the 1993 movie “Sommersby.” Playing the role of an irresistible lady thief in the movie “Maverick” in 1994 alongside Mel Gibson – an adventurous man outsourced money to win a poker game bumped in to Foster’s character. She made an elaborative role in the 1994 movie “Nell” and played the role of a widowed teacher and intimate love story with the king in 1999 movie “Anna and the King.” She appeared also in the 1997 movie “Contact.” She played the role of a separated woman and diabetic daughter ( Kristen Stewart) fought for their lives from robbers (Forest whitaker) securing her life and daughter’s in an impenetrable “Panic Room” in 2002. She made a realistic troubled mother when she and her daughter aboard a plane and in the middle of their flight her daughter disappeared and no one’s to admit even the plane’s manifesto in the 2005 movie “Flight Plan” alongside Sean bean and Peter Sarsgaard. Played the role Madeline White in the 2006 movie “Inside Man” and as Erica in the 2007 movie “The Brave One.” She acted and directed the high-profile movie with Mel Gibson as a troubled husband and used a puppet as his means of communication in the 2011 movie “The Beaver.” She also played Penelope Longstreet in the 2011 movie “ Carnage” and as Secretary of Defense Jessica Delacourt in the blockbuster hit film “ Elysium” in 2013.

Joanna Moore English Actress

Joanna Moore

Moore was born in Americus, Georgia. Her birth name was Dorothy Joanne Cook. She had a younger sister named Dorothy Martha and a brother named Henry Anderson Cook. While traveling, she encountered a car accident which killed her mother and sister on the spot. His father also died a year later due to the injuries he got in that accident. She got her name Joanna from her adopted parents. She first got married as a teen in 1951 to Willis Moore whom she divorced in the same year. She began studying after the divorce from Agnes Scoot College, Decatur, Georgia. Her inclination towards acting and modeling began when she participated in a beauty contest which she also won. Her career began after being noticed by a Universal Studio’s producer. The year 1950's marked the beginning of her entry into the television industry as well as the film industry. Her first TV show appearance was in an episode of Lux Video Theatre in 1956. She made her film debut with the movie Appointment with a Shadow in 1957. She did a few more episodes in shows like Goodyear Theatre and Harbourmaster. She had small roles in movies like Slim Carter, Touch of Evil and bigger more important roles in Monster on the Campus and Ride a Crooked Trail. During 1958 and 1959, she did several small guest appearances on TV shows like The Rough Riders, Bat Masterson, Riverboat, Perry Mason, and so on. During the beginning of the 1960s, she continued starring on a few episodes of The Rebel, Five Fingers, The Untouchables, Empire and many more. In 1962, she starred in Walk on the Wild Side and also in a musical called Follow That Dream alongside Elvis Presley. She appeared as the love interest of the Sheriff in four episodes of The Andy Griffith Show. After doing another movie called Son of Flubber, she started to do guest appearances again. She starred on The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Peyton Place, The Iron Horse, Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre and so on as a guest. In an episode of Bewitched dedicated to Charlie Harper’s Winner, she took the role of Daphne Harper. Until 1986, she did a lot of guest appearances in a many shows and movies along with a full appearance in a TV version of Three Coins in the Fountain. She was married to Ryan O’Neal for three years (1963-1966) with whom she had two children, one of which became the youngest highest-paid Academy Award winning child actor. Their divorce became final a year later 1967. During this divorce, her health worsened due to her addiction to alcohol and drugs. She got married again to Gary L. Reeves in 1975 but got a divorce in 1977. Being a smoker, she got lung cancer in 1996, which led to her death in 1977.

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Joely Richardson

Joely Kim Richardson was born on January 9 1965. Her parents are Vanessa Redgrave and Tony Richardson. Her grandparents are Rachel Kempson and Michael Redgrave. She completed her education at a girl’s school. By the age of 14, she moved to the Hopman School in Florida. She completed her Graduation at Thacher Academy in California. After that, she went to London to complete her studies in Dramatic Arts. She married Tim Bevan. She then entered into the acting field. She started her career in the year 1985; she appeared in ‘Wetherby’, which was her first appearance in the movie’s flashback of her mother's younger version. After that, she appeared in a lead role in Drowning by Numbers. Her first appearance on stage was for the television series ‘Poirot’ as Joanna Farley in the year 1989 which was based on some detective episodes. By the year 1989, she appeared in her next show, Jim Henson's The Storyteller, as Princess. She then appeared in the role of a teacher in her next talkie “Behaving Badly” which is a series episode of the year 1989 and in a fictional show and comedy show. After a year, she appeared in a play Shining Through. By the year 1993, she appeared in ‘Lady’. By the year 1996, she played the role of a fashion designer in the animated movie 101 Dalmatians, where she was cast opposite to the villain, Cruella de Vil. By the year 1998, she appeared in the television show The Echo where she played Amanda Powell. By the next year, she played in a horror movie called Event Horizon. She then continued acting in several films and television drama like The Patriot, a film about the American Revolution. In 2000, Maybe Baby, a film based on the concept of Ben Elton's book, Inconceivable. In the year 2001, she was cast in the drama The Affair of the Necklace. By the year 2003, she played in the drama series ‘Nip/Tuck’ as Julia McNamara. By 2007, she played the role of mother with Timothy in The Last Mimzy. She also appeared in Wallis and Edward as Edwards’s lover. By 2009, she starred in The Tudors. In 2015, she joined with Arnold for the film ‘Maggie’. She started her career by the film Wetherby, Body Contact, Loch Ness, 101 Dalmatians, Hollow Reed, Event Horizon, Under Heaven, The Tribe, Maybe Baby, King Ralph, etc. She then appeared in television shows The Storyteller, The Tudors, ‘Freezing’. She got nominated for her outstanding acting a number of times.

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Joely Richardson English Actress