The ten curiosities you may not have known about Demi Moore
Demi Moore was one of the most famous actresses of the 1990s, thanks to her talent, beauty and magnetic charm. 'Ghost' is the 1990 film directed by Jerry Zucker and starring Demi, Patrick Swayze and Whoopi Goldberg that made her famous.
But how many of us really know the secrets and curiosities of this film icon's life?
In this photogallery, we will discover together 10 curiosities that you might not know about Demi Moore, from her difficult childhood to her successful career and the most intimate moments of her private life.
Demi Moore's difficult childhood
The future movie star had a difficult childhood, marked by her father's abandonment and her mother's addiction to alcohol.
Her real name is not Demi
The movie star is not really called Demi, but Demetria Gene Guynes.
Her first job in show business
Demi Moore started her acting career when she was only 16 years old, working as a model.
Demi Moore and music
Before becoming a famous actress, Demi Moore had a great passion for music and even recorded an album.
Her first great opportunity
The turning point in Demi Moore's career came with the 1985 film "Radioactive Dreams," where she starred alongside Rob Lowe.
Demi Moore and her extended family
Demi Moore has been married three times and has three daughters, but she also has a strong bond with her ex-husband's children Bruce Willis.
Her most famous performance
Demi Moore starred in one of the most famous films of the 1990s, "Ghost" "Phantom," where she starred alongside Patrick Swayze.
Her struggle with alcoholism
Demi Moore had problems with alcoholism and drugs throughout her life, but managed to overcome them with the help of family and friends.
Demi Moore and her career outside the cinema
In addition to her acting career, Demi Moore has also written a memoir and worked as a film producer.
A rejected role in "Pretty Woman"
Demi Moore was considered for the role of Vivian Ward in the film "Pretty Woman", but decided to turn down the part. The role then went to Julia Roberts, who received an Oscar nomination for her performance.