Actress Demi Moore celebrated her 50th birthday over the weekend. In honor of the actress, join us for a look back at her career so far.
Demi Moore made her film debut more than 30 years ago and has become a mainstay in Hollywood. Join us for a look at the actress' career through the years.
Demi Moore, who was born Demi Gene Guynes, made her film debut with a supporting role in the 1981 drama "Choices." She was 18 when she filmed the role.
Her first major role came in the 1982 3-D sci-fi/horror movie "Parasite," which became a minor hit on the drive-in circuit, making $7 million. She also met her first husband, musician Freddie Moore, while shooting the movie.
But it was her role as Jackie Templeton on the soap opera "General Hospital" from 1982 to 1983 that first made her well known.
Moore's career started to take off in the 1980s, when she landed roles in "Brat Pack" films like "St. Elmo's Fire" and ...
... "About Last Night" and ...
... "One Crazy Summer."
She also had a starring role in the 1988 apocalyptic drama "The Seventh Sign."
But it was her role in 1990's "Ghost" that really launched her career as a movie star.
She cemented her status with movies like "A Few Good Men."
Moore arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of "A Few Good Men" with her husband and fellow actor Bruce Willis on Dec. 9, 1992.
Moore stands backstage with her "A Few Good Men" cast mates Jack Nicholson and Tom Cruise and director Rob Reiner after the movie won two awards at the People's Choice Awards on March 9, 1993.
Moore followed up "A Few Good Men" by starring with Woody Harrellson and Robert Redford in the 1993 drama "Indecent Proposal."
Bruce Willis and Demi Moore entertain the crowds gathered at an outdoor arena at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas just prior to the opening of the 13th Planet Hollywood on July 24, 1994.
In 1994, Moore appeared with Michael Douglas in the drama "Disclosure," based off a best-selling novel by Michael Crichton.
Moore arrives at the Uptown Theatre in Washington, D.C., on Nov. 30, 1994, for the premiere of "Disclosure."
Moore also became more involved in charitable causes, as seen here as she arrives at a benefit concert for CityKids, a group that funds workshops and performing arts for inner-city kids, on Oct. 14, 1995, in New York City.
Moore generated some controversy with the 1996 comedy "Striptease," thanks to nude scenes and a risque poster that had her posing nude with her arms and legs strategically placed to block parts of her body. A tamer version of a poster for the movie is seen here.
Playing off the "Striptease" role, Moore helps present the "Top Ten Least Popular Stripper Names" during an appearance on the "Late Show with David Letterman" on Nov. 8, 1995.
Willis and Moore arrive for the premiere of "Striptease" along with two of their children, Scout (held by Willis) and Rumor, at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York on June 23, 1996. Moore was already sporting the shaved head from her next movie ...
... 1997's "G.I. Jane," which saw Moore play a senator who enrolls to receive Navy SEAL training. Moore's shaved head proved much more memorable than the film ended up being.
After a brief break from her acting career, Moore returned to the screen as the villain of the 2003 film "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle."
Moore and her "Charlie's Angels" co-star Lucy Liu arrive as guests for the Los Angeles premiere of "The Matrix Reloaded" on May 7, 2003.
Moore arrives with her daughters, Tallulah Belle Willis (center) and Scout LaRue Willis (left), and Ashton Kutcher, whom she started in dating following her 2000 divorce from Bruce Willis, at the Hollywood premiere of "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" on June 18, 2003.
In 2006, Moore appeared the Emilio Estevez-directed "Bobby," which featured an all-star cast, including Ashton Kutcher, who by then was her husband. However, Moore and Kutcher did not appear in any scenes together.
Moore smiles next to director Emilio Estevez at a news conference for the movie "Bobby" during the 31st Toronto International Film Festival on Sept. 14, 2006.
Moore and Kutcher watch the New Jersey Nets play the Los Angeles Lakers during a NBA basketball game in Los Angeles on Nov. 26, 2006.
In 2007, Moore played Det. Tracy Atwood in the thriller "Mr. Brooks," co-starring Kevin Costner, William Hurt and Dane Cook.
Moore smiles at the premiere of "Mr. Brooks" at the Grauman's Chinese theater in Hollywood, Calif., on May 22, 2007.
Moore waves at the premiere of "Valentine's Day" at the Grauman's Chinese theatre in Hollywood on Feb. 8, 2010.
Kutcher and Moore announce the launch of their "Real Men" campaign at a news conference during the Clinton Global Initiative in New York on Sept. 23, 2010. The campaign is aimed at raising awareness of the sexual exploitation of children and reducing the demand for child pornography.
Demi Moore smiles next to her husband, actor Ashton Kutcher, before the beginning of the Stop Human Trafficking Now forum in southern Egypt on Dec. 11, 2010.
Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher attend the premiere of "No Strings Attached" in Los Angeles on Jan. 11, 2011.
Demi Moore is interviewed at the premiere of "Margin Call" during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, on Jan. 25, 2011.
Moore and Maiti Nepal chairperson Anuradha Koirala (right) arrive for a news conference organized at Maiti Nepal in Kathmandu on April 7, 2011. Maiti Nepal is an organization which aims to protect Nepali girls and women from crimes like domestic violence, trafficking for flesh trade, child prostitution, child labor and various forms of exploitation and torture.
Actress and honoree Eva Longoria (center) poses with actresses Amanda De Cadenet (left) and Demi Moore at Variety's 3rd Annual Power of Women luncheon in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Sept. 23, 2011.
Moore had a supporting role in the 2011 financial thriller "Margin Call," co-starring Kevin Spacey, Stanley Tucci and Zachary Quinto.
Moore and her daughter Rumer Willis attend the Cinema for Peace event in Los Angeles on Jan. 14, 2012.
Moore's most recent role was in the little-seen 2012 comedy-drama "LOL," in which she played the mother of Miley Cyrus' character.
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