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Demi Moore - Biography

Demi Moore's Biography

Demetria Guynes known as Demi Moore was born in November 11, 1962 in Roswell, New Mexico. Though she was born in New Mexico but spent much of her childhood and teenage years in the suburbs of Pittsburgh.

Her father Charles Harmon is an unemployed gambling addict and he divorced Demi's mother Virginia before Demi was born. So Demi does not able to share his last name on her birth certificate.

After separating her mother remarried to Danny Guynes and he gave his name to Demi. Because of his unstable job the family had moved 40 times. Demi was born with cross eyes so two operations were done to fix the problem and because of that she had a patch on her left eye. Her parents also drank and often fought and beat each other.

When Demi Moore was of 16 years old she moved to Hollywood's Fairfax High School to become an actress. After quitting out of the school she went to became as a pin up girl and worked as a bill collector at collection agency.

When she was 16, Moore's then-friend, Nastassja Kinski, persuaded her to drop out of Hollywood's Fairfax High School to become an actress. After quitting school, Moore went to work as a pin-up girl, modeled in Europe, and worked at a collection agency. In 1980 her father Danny had done suicide and the same year Demi Moore married rock musician and songwriter Freddy Moore.

She appeared in the Show Biz daytime series General Hospital. She stayed with the show long time to get noticed by Hollywood. She got her first role as the drug addicted Jules in St. Elmo's Fire. Because of that character she became drug addicted and abuse mostly cocaine and alcohol.

Once director Joel Schumacher fired her because of her misbehavior on the set of St. Elmo's Fire. From that moment her life changed she attended two weeks drug rehab program and returned to work. And she has remained clean and sober until now.

In November 1987, Moore married actor Bruce Willis, after a highly publicized whirlwind romance. They had three daughters together, Rumer Glenn (born in 1988), Scout LaRue (born in 1991), and Tallulah Belle (born 1994), but the couple divorced in 1998.

The 90's brought Moore to the forefront of the Hollywood A-List with films such as Ghost (1990), Indecent Proposal (1993), Disclosure (1994), The Scarlet Letter (1995), The Juror (1995), Striptease (1996), and G.I. Jane (1997).

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