Where Is She Now: Bridget Fonda (Actress) as Allie - Single White Female.
Name: Bridget Fonda
Born: January 27, 1964 in Los Angeles, California
Claim To Fame: This was actually a hard one. I polled the various editors in the office and asked when I say the name Bridget Fonda what comes to mind. The number one answer was Jane Fonda is her aunt. But when I probed them as far as a movie or TV role, the most popular
answer was for her role in "Single White Female."
Family Life: Married to composer and former Oingo Boingo member Danny Elfman since November 2003. They have one son Oliver Henry Milton Elfman born January 2005.
Father is Peter Fonda. Aunt is Jane Fonda and Grandfather is Henry Fonda.
Info: Even though she came from a very active acting family Bridget didn't become interested in acting until she appeared in a high-school production of "Harvey". At 18, she enrolled at New York University and spent four years there and at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute.
Trivia: Cameron Crowe had her in mind when he wrote the movie Singles (1992)
Dated singer/actor Dwight Yoakam [1999-2001]
Lived with Lee Drysdale [1986-1989]
Was offered the role of "Ally McBeal" (1997), but turned it down to focus on movies. In fact, she didn't even read the script out of fear that she would like it too much.
Lived with Eric Stoltz [1990-1998]
Cousin of Troy Garity (Jane Fonda's son)
Is Larry Hagman's goddaughter.
Flipped and crashed her 1998 Jaguar sports car, along the same infamous Malibu stretch of highway where both Nick Nolte and Robert Downey Jr. got into trouble with the law. She survived, but with minor back injuries. [February 2003]
One week after her unexplained car crash, her publicist announced Bridget's engagement to composer and former "Oingo-Boingo" member, Danny Elfman.
Shares a birthday with actress Mimi Rogers, actress Rosamund Pike, Harrods owner Mohamed Al-Fayed, actor James Cromwell and actor Alan Cumming.
Is a huge fan of Dario Argento and was supposed to be in Argento's "The Stendhal Syndrome".
Named after Bridget Hayward, a step-aunt who committed suicide.
Where Is She Now: Bridget has been busy being a wife and mother. But she is getting ready to come back to acting. Word is NBC has ordered a TV pilot based on Candace Bushnell's book "Lipstick Jungle". In this book Bushnell (the writer behind Sex and the City) portrays three successful New York Women, who are not looking for Mr. Big but to become their own Mr. Big. The part of the designer was written with Bridget Fonda in mind.
Write To Bridget Fonda:
United Talent Agency
9560 Wilshire Blvd.
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