Demi Moore: A Tale of Love And Triumph


Demi Moore: A Tale of Love And Triumph



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Demi Guynes, better known as Demi Moore, became one of the most beloved actresses of the 1980s. As her celebrity increased, she became known not only for her films but her high-profile relationships and her reputation as a wild party girl. Roles such as the troubled Jules in St. Elmo’s Fire established her within the notorious Brat Pack, even if Moore herself did not like being labeled a Brat Pack member as she felt that it was “demeaning.”

Moore’s biggest breakthrough as a Hollywood star came in her role as Molly Jensen opposite Patrick Swayze in Ghost. Her performance earned her a Golden Globe nomination and the film was the highest grossing film of 1990. From there, Moore began demanding higher pay per film. In 1996 she took the lead role in the risque film Striptease for a record $12.5 million. The film did decently financially but was considered a flop. She gained more notoriety for shaving her head for Ridley Scott’s G.I. Jane. Again, the film did not meet expectations and was met with rumors of Demi acting like a diva. Rumors claimed that she demanded that the studio charter two planes during production for her entourage.

After a hiatus, Demi came back strong in Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle. With a new relationship brewing, Demi became a favorite of the celebrity press. She is a devout follower of Kabbalah and is heavily involved in the Kabbalah Centre in Los Angeles.

Demi’s relationships have been a major point of interest for the media since she was young. Whether it was short flings with co-stars and rock stars or marriages to A-list actors, Demi has always tried to keep her public profile above water. With every public appearance photographed and documented, she has been a tabloid rockstar for decades even as her relationships have come and gone.