In 2012, Moore will be seen opposite Miley Cyrus in LOL. In addition to acting, Moore teamed up with Lifetime to direct Project Five's Charlotte, an anthology of five short films exploring the impact of breast cancer on people's lives which will premiere on September 10th 2011. Moore is directing alongside Jennifer Aniston, Patty Jenkins and Alicia Keys. Moore also signed a multi-project development deal with Lifetime where she will be the executive producer of The Conversation hosted by renowned photographer Amanda de Cadanet. The series aims to provide a refreshing and modern take on celebrity interviews in which the hour-long program will feature intimate interviews with high-profile celebrity role models and every day women about a variety of topics that are universal to all women.
Moore's film credits include CHARLIE'S ANGELS 2: FULL THROTTLE in which she starred opposite Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu in. In the film, Moore played Madison, a former Angel who left the team to take up a life of crime. Other film credits include indie hits HAPPY TEARS, THE JONESES opposite David Duchovny, and FLAWLESS opposite Michael Caine. Moore also starred opposite Kevin Costner in MR. BROOKS and was also seen amongst the star studded cast of BOBBY, the story of the assassination of U.S. Senator Robert F. Kennedy, which centers around 22 people who were at the Ambassador Hotel where he was killed. Moore also starred in the Castle Rock film, STRIPTEASE, opposite Burt Reynolds; Tri-Star's THE JUROR, with Alec Baldwin; DISLOSURE, with Michael Douglas; INDECENT PROPOSAL, opposite Robert Redford and Woody Harrelson; A FEW GOOD MEN, with Tom Cruise and Jack Nicholson, directed by Rob Reiner; She also starred opposite Patrick Swayze and Whoopi Goldberg in GHOST, a performance that earned Moore a Golden Globe Award nomination.
In addition to achieving great success as an actress, Moore has had a very successful career as a film producer with her production company, Moving Pictures. Her credits as actor/producer include GI JANE, in which she starred opposite Viggo Mortensen; the Emmy-nominated film for HBO, IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK, with Sissy Spacek and Cher; NOW AND THEN, with Melanie Griffith, Rosie O'Donnell and Rita Wilson; and MORTAL THOUGHTS with Bruce Willis. She is also a part of the team behind the successful AUSTIN POWERS franchise, having produced all three films with Jennifer and Suzanne Todd. In 2008, Moore made her directorial debut, directing the short film, STREAK, as part of the award winning short film series, Glamour Reel Moments.
In 2010 Moore, along with her husband, Ashton Kutcher, founded DNA, The Demi and Ashton Foundation, which aims to eliminate child sex slavery worldwide - www.demiandashton.org. "Freedom is a basic human right and slavery is one of the greatest threats to that freedom, Moore says. No one has the right to enslave another person." That same year, Moore spoke at Clinton Global Initiative, the United Nations, and at a congressional briefing on the domestic sex trafficking of children. She also traveled to Haiti to address the issue within the earthquakeravaged country and visited the Mexican border with the Department of Homeland Security and Immigrations and Customs Enforcement. This year, Moore recently traveled to Nepal where she filmed a documentary with CNN entitled Nepal's Stolen Children which is slated to air the second week of July 2011. The documentary follows Moore throughout her trip to Nepal as she learns more about and discusses the different stages of trafficking, the battle against it and some of the trauma that often follows rescue.
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Demi Moore Facts
|Birth Name||Demetria Guynes|
|Birthday||November 11, 1962 (53)|
|Birthplace||Roswell, New Mexico, USA|
|Height||5' 5" (1m65) How tall is Demi Moore compared to you?|
|Awards||1994 MTV Movie Awards: Best Kiss (for Indecental Proposal)|
|Bible According to Hollywood|
|Now and Then|
|A Few Good Men|
|The Hunchback of Notre Dame / The Hunchback of Notre Dame II|
|The Hunchback of Notre Dame|