Demi Moore

Demi Moore

All about Demi Moore

Demi Moore was born on November 11, 1962 in Roswell, New Mexico.

Moore is an American actress and film producer. After appearing in a number of television series throughout the early 1980s, Moore came to prominence in 1989 with her role in the hit comedy film Ghost.

Moore has been married to actor Bruce Willis since November 21, 1987

Moore and Willis separated in 1998, but later reconciled.Moore and Willis have three daughters: Rumer Glenn (born August 1988), Scout LaRue (born July 1991), and Tallulah Belle (born February 1994). Moore has said that she named her first daughter after the poet Rumi.

After Moore and Willis separated in 1998, Moore had a brief relationship with actor Ashton Kutcher. In 2003, she married Kutcher, but they divorced in November 2005.

Since her divorce from Kutcher, Moore has been in a relationship with English artist Marc Silber. The two live together in Greenwich Village, New York City.

Her later film credits include G.I. Jane (1997), for which she won a Golden Globe Award, and Ghost Writer (2010). In addition to acting, Moore has been a fashion model and producer since the 2000s.

Moore is a carrier of the hepatitis C virus (HCV).[1] She first learned of her infection in 1995, during the filming of The Scarlet Letter. In 2005, she became a spokeswoman for the Abbot Laboratories drug company’s campaign to educate the public about the disease and how it is spread.

Moore and her husband had always practiced safe sex (including condom use), but Moore was floored when Willis told her he might have contracted HCV from using cocaine with other partners. “I felt betrayed, lied to, and angry,” Moore later wrote about the experience. “I couldn’t believe that he could do something like that and then come home and be so loving.”

Moore has since teamed up with the American Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR) to help promote awareness of HCV and funds for research into new treatments for the disease.

“I want to do whatever I can to help eradicate this virus,” Moore said in a 2005 interview with Health magazine. “It’s not just about me; it’s about my friends, my family, and everyone who is affected by it.”

Moore has also worked with the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. In 2005, she hosted a benefit with Elizabeth Taylor in Washington DC to promote HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention.

In 2009, Moore voiced concern for the more than one million children around the world who had been orphaned by AIDS. She urged people to consider adopting from countries such as Haiti and Ethiopia, which have large AIDS-orphan populations.

In 2005, Moore and her husband donated $2 million to endow an academic chair at the University of Southern California (USC) School of Cinema-Television. It is one of several endowments that Moore has established with a total of more than $7 million she has given to her alma mater over the years.

Moore is also a longtime supporter of the Democratic Party, and has donated to several political candidates, including Barack Obama in 2007.

Demi Moore awards

Demi Moore awards

Moore has won numerous awards throughout her career, including a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama for her performance in G.I. Jane (1997) and a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for her work on the series Entourage (2007).

In 1999, Moore was inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 2002, she was ranked by Premiere magazine as the sixth-greatest female movie star of all time. In 2006, Entertainment Weekly named her one of the “100 Greatest Entertainers of All Time”.

Moore is also the recipient of several honorary degrees, including an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City (2003) and an honorary Doctor of Arts from the University of Southern California.

Demi Moore Net worth

Moore is one of the wealthiest actresses in Hollywood, with a net worth of $150 million. In April 2011 she made the Forbes magazine’s list of the “Hollywood’s Richest Self-Made Women”, placing 32nd.

Many actors and actresses have been influenced by Demi Moore throughout her career. In 2010, singer Rihanna revealed that Moore inspired her to begin acting when she was a child: “I remember seeing G.I. Jane and I was like, ‘Oh my goodness! She teaches me martial arts and now she’s a spy!’ That movie had a major influence on me.”

In 2008, pop singer Fergie said that Moore was among her inspirations as an actress: “Demi Moore could be my mother, and I could see her in my head when I’m playing a role. She’s a great actress and has a lot of power.”

Demi Moore HIV/AIDS activism

Moore first became involved with the fight against AIDS in 1991, after she learned that one of her friends was infected with the virus. “It was just so unfair,” Moore later said. “He was such a good person, and he didn’t deserve to die.”

In 1995, Moore founded the charity organization Demi and Ashton Foundation (later renamed Thorn: The Anti-Defamation League for Children), which combats child exploitation, including the sexual exploitation of children. The foundation also works to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment.

Moore has traveled extensively to promote the foundation’s work, including trips to Russia, South Africa, and Romania. She has also testified before the United States Congress on the issue of child exploitation.

In February 2011, Moore was appointed a global ambassador for (RED), an organization that fights AIDS in Africa.

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