DEMI MOORE (Helen) currently stars in Ridley Scott's "G.
I. Jane." Last year, she appeared in four diverse projects:
"The Juror," in which she co-starred with Alec Baldwin;
"Striptease," in which she co-starred with Burt Reynolds
and Armand Assante; and she was the voice of Esmerelda in Disney's
animated feature, "The Hunchback of Notre Dame." She
also starred in and produced HBO's four-time Emmy-nominated film,
"If These Walls Could Talk," which also starred Sissy
Spacek and Cher.
In 1995, Ms. Moore produced and starred in "Now and Then"
and also appeared in "The Scarlet Letter." Her other
hit films include Barry Levinson's "Disclosure," Adrian
Lyne's "Indecent Proposal," Rob Reiner's "A Few
Good Men," "The Butcher's Wife," "Mortal Thoughts,"
in which she starred with Bruce Willis, and 1990's top-grossing
film, "Ghost," for which she was nominated for a Golden
She made her film debut in "Blame It On Rio" and appeared
in "St. Elmo's Fire," "One Crazy Summer,"
"About Last Night...," "Wisdom," "The
Seventh Sign" and "We're No Angels."
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