- Bridget Jane Fonda
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- United States
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A member of a great American acting family, Bridget Fonda worked constantly in movies from 1987 to 2002. Known for her sly smile and waifish figure, Fonda has made many successful films without having a particular career-defining role.
The daughter of Peter Fonda, niece of Jane Fonda and grand-daughter of Henry Fonda, Bridget Fonda lived with her mother, the artist Susan Brewer, following her parents' divorce. But she did spend time with her father at his various homes.
Bridget first became interested in acting in school, and 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.
She went on to hone her craft in workshop productions and worked on such stage projects as "Just Horrible", written by Nicholas Kazan, who later cast Bridget in his directorial debut, "Professional Man", an episode for "The Edge" series on HBO. She also starred in PBS's "Jacob Have I Loved" and in a segment of "Aria", a film composed of short works by 10 respected directors. Bridget described the role as "I get naked, I have sex and I die," which encapsulated her segment.
Bridget's nudity and her skinniness attracted positive and negative attention. She told Movieline that she had an unrepressed childhood and considered nudity natural. "I liked that it was different," she said of the movie, which took various takes on operatic arias. "I was interesting for me not to have any dialogue and to be that bold."
Fonda admitted she had considered getting implants, but decided against them.
"My first boyfriend had some dirty magazines and you’d see these huge breasts and I felt, gee, is that what they like to look at? In that case, I’m not enough in that area," Bridget said. "I’m not anti-plastic surgery at all, but right now, it’s amazing what I can do with padding."
Fonda said the response made her more wary of the reaction to on-screen nudity, but it did not deter from getting naked when the occasion demanded it.
"Playing Mandy Rice-Davies, for example, in Scandal —I’m playing a girl who takes off her clothes. If I refuse to take off my clothes why am I doing the role?
Among her favorite films are Black Narcissus and Ball of Fire.
Bridget Fonda's many film credits include, The Godfather: Part III, Shag, Strapless, Doc Hollywood, Singles, Single White Female, Jackie Brown and A Simple Plan. In Jackie Brown, Quentin Tarantino said he wrote the role of a foul-mouthed stoner beach bunny specifically for Bridget, although Bridget needed large gel inserts to fill her bikini. The gun-toting pictures of her come from Point of No Return, a pallid American remake of La Femme Nikita.