Michelle Pfeiffer movie list from 1979 to 2015!
Michelle Pfeiffer movie list from 1979 to 2015! Before and After!
Michelle Pfeiffer movie list:
1979 – The Solitary Man (tv)
1979 Delta House
1980 – B.A.D. Cats
1980 – Falling in Love Again
1980 – The Hollywood Knights
1981 – Callie & Son
1981 – Charlie Chan and the Curse of the Dragon Queen
1981 – Splendor in the Grass (TV)
1981 – The Children Nobody Wanted (TV)
1982 – Grease 2
1983 – Scarface
1985 – Into the Night
1985 – Ladyhawke
1986 – Sweet Liberty
1987 – Amazon Woman on the Moon
1987 – Tales from the Hollywood Hills Natica Jackson (TV)
1987 – The Witches of Eastwick
1988 – Dangerous Liaisons
1988 – Married to the Mob
1988 – Tequila Sunrise
1989 – The Fabulous Baker Boys
1990 – The Russia House
1991 – Frankie and Johnny
1992 – Batman Returns
1992 – Love Field
1993 – The Age of Innocence
1994 – Wolf
1995 – Dangerous Minds
1996 – One Fine Day
1996 – To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday
1996 – Up Close and Personal
1997 – A Thousand Acres
1999 – A Midsummer Night’s Dream
1999 – The Deep End of the Ocean
1999 – The Story of Us
2000 – What Lies Beneath
2001 – I Am Sam
2002 – White Oleander
2007 – I could never be your woman
2007 – Hairspray
2007 – Stardust
2009 – Chéri
2009 – Personal Effects
2011 – New Year’s Eve
2012 – Dark Shadows
2012 – People Like Us
2013 – The Family
2015 – Man Under
Michelle Pfeiffer is an American actress known for her film roles in Scarface, The Fabulous Baker Boys and Batman Returns.
Michelle Pfeiffer was born in Santa Ana, California on April 29, 1958. A winner of the Miss Orange County beauty pageant, she landed her breakthrough role in Scarface in 1983. Pfeiffer earned an Oscar nomination (for best actress) for the film The Fabulous Baker Boys (1989). Her later films include Batman Returns and Hairspray. Pfeiffer has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. She’s married to television producer David E. Kelley.
Born on April 29, 1958 in Santa Ana, California, Michelle Pfeiffer is known for her stunning looks and versatility, and has enjoyed great popularity as a film actress. As a teenager, Pfeiffer won several beauty contests. After briefly studying to be a court reporter, Pfeiffer decided to pursue an acting career. She started acting on television, appearing on such shows as Fantasy Island.
Pfeiffer had a small part in 1980’s Falling in Love Again, but had a breakthrough with Grease 2. While the sequel to the hit musical proved to be commercially and critically disappointing, it helped introduce movie-goers to Pfeiffer. She soon moved on to the now-classic crime drama Scarface (1983), and showed critics that she could hold her own, starring opposite acting powerhouse Al Pacino.
Over the next few years, Pfeiffer took on a variety of roles. She starred as the tragically cursed lover Isabeau opposite Rutger Hauer and Matthew Broderick in the fantasy adventure film Ladyhawke (1985). She played one of the title characters in 1987’s The Witches of Eastwick, with Cher and Susan Sarandon. Turning to historical drama, she starred in Dangerous Liaisons (1988), opposite John Malkovich and Glenn Close. In Liaisons, Pfeiffer plays an unwitting pawn in a bet between Malkovich’s and Close’s characters. For her performance, she received her first Academy Award nomination.
Pfeiffer showed off her comedic side by starring in the 1988 comedy Married to the Mob. Two years later, she won wide acclaim as a sultry singer in The Fabulous Baker Boys, starring opposite real-life brothers Beau and Jeff Bridges. For the 1991 romantic comedy Frankie and Johnny, Pfeiffer tried to tone down her remarkable good looks to play a lonely waitress who gets involved with another restaurant employee (Al Pacino). She quickly turned up the heat with Tim Burton’s Batman Returns (1992), in which Michael Keaton plays the title character. For the film, Pfeiffer tackled a legendary villainess, “Catwoman,” and more was made of her skin-tight suit than her performance.
Pfeiffer continued to win starring roles in later films. In 1996, she played a harried single parent who eventually falls for George Clooney in One Fine Day. In another romantic tale, Up Close and Personal (1996), set in a television newsroom, she appeared opposite screen legend Robert Redford.
By the late 1990s, Pfeiffer was focusing more on her family than her career. She had adopted her daughter, Claudia, in 1993, and married TV writer-producer David E. Kelley later that year. The couple added to their family in 1994, with the birth of their son, John Henry.
Selective about her work, Pfeiffer starred opposite Sean Penn in I Am Sam (2001), the heart-wrenching story of a mentally challenged man who is fighting to keep his young daughter. She continued to explore family issues with 2002’s White Oleander, playing a mother whose life is ruined when she’s sentenced to prison, and her daughter is put into foster care.
In 2007, Pfeiffer returned to the big screen after being absent for several years. She gave an impressive, humorous performance in the hit musical Hairspray, co-starring with John Travolta, Christopher Walken and Nikki Blonsky. She then appeared in a number of films that met with little success, including the family friendly adventure Stardust (2007), with Robert De Niro; and the drama Personal Effects (2009), with Ashton Kutcher.
More recently, Pfeiffer reunited with Tim Burton for 2012’s Dark Shadows, co-starring with actor Johnny Depp. She also appeared in the family drama People Like Us (2012).