Demi Moore is an American actress and producer with a net worth of $200 million. Since the early 1990s, she has been a leading actress in Hollywood. She’s been nominated for two Golden Globes for Best Actress and has been one of the highest-paid persons in the industry at different points in her career. In a divorce settlement with Bruce Willis, Demi received $90 million in cash and real estate, as well as considerable acting pay. She’s made a fortune in real estate transactions throughout the years. Later on this page, there is more information on both of those sources.
When Demi was paid $12.5 million for the film “Striptease” in the mid-1990s, she became the highest-paid actress in film history (at the time). In today’s money, that’s roughly $20 million. This record has been broken multiple times since then. In 1997, she was paid $11 million for her role in “G.I. Jane.”
“A Few Good Men” has a budget of $3 million. “Indecent Proposal” received $5 million, while “Disclosure” received $6 million. Other notable salaries include $7 million for “The Scarlet Letter” and another $7 million for “The Juror.” Demi earned over $60 million in base income during her peak years as an actress, which is roughly $100 million now.
Behind the scenes, Demi has built a fortune as a film producer. She served as executive producer on all three installments of the “Austin Powers” movie franchise.
Demi Gene Guynes was born in Roswell, New Mexico, on November 11, 1962. She became known professionally as Demi Moore after assuming the last name of her first husband, Freddy Moore. Moore’s biological father, Charles Harmon Sr., divorced Moore’s mother after only two months of marriage, and Moore’s mother married Dan Guynes when Moore was three months old. Moore’s biological father is Guynes.
Moore’s family moved to West Hollywood, California, when he was 15 years old, as a result of Guynes’ several employment moves. She was a Fairfax High School student until her junior year when she dropped out and moved out at the age of sixteen. She then became a member of the Elite Modeling Agency and began acting classes.
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Moore made his acting debut in the 1981 drama “Choices,” followed by “Parasite,” a science fiction horror thriller, in 1982. She then went on to star in the ABC serial opera “General Hospital” as an investigative reporter until 1983. In 1984, she appeared in the comedy “Blame It on Rio” and “No Small Affair.”
Her role in the 1985 drama “St. Elmo’s Fire,” for which she is often associated with the Brat Pack, was the big commercial break that helped her attain wider recognition. She had roles in “About Last Night…” (1986), “One Crazy Summer” (1986), “Wisdom” (1986), “The Seventh Sign” (1988), and “We’re No Angels” (1989), as well as an off-Broadway production of “The Early Girl” at the Circle Repertory Company.
Moore’s career peaked in 1990, with the film “Ghost,” which grossed more than $505 million and was the highest-grossing film of the year. It’s also one of her highest-grossing pictures, garnering her a Golden Globe nomination. She maintained her A-list status with the blockbuster smashes “A Few Good Men” (1992), “Indecent Proposal” (1993), and “Disclosure” (1994), although she also appeared in the lesser-known films “Nothing but Trouble” (1991) and “The Butcher’s Wife” (1993). (1993). (1991).
In the late 1990s, Moore’s box office began to decrease. Despite being the highest-paid actress in film history at the time, with a $12.5 million compensation for her appearance in “Striptease” in 1996, several of her subsequent films failed to satisfy. After “Striptease” bombed at the box office in the United States, Moore earned the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actress. Her films “The Scarlet Letter” (1995) and “The Juror” (1996) both received negative reviews.
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However, not all of her films were disappointments at this time; in 1997, she had a moderate box office smash with “G.I. Jane,” and she also played Esmeralda in Disney’s animated blockbuster “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” (1996). She was also nominated for a Golden Globe for her performance in “If These Walls Could Talk,” a controversial HBO film about abortion that she also produced.
Moore took a break from acting in the early 2000s, appearing in only a few films while raising her two girls in Hailey, Idaho. Among them are the films “Passion of Mind” (2000), “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle” (2003), “Bobby” (2006), and “Flawless” (2007). (2008).
She resumed acting in 2010, taking on more regular and frequent roles. “Happy Tears” (2010), “Bunraku” (2010), “Margin Call” (2011), “Another Happy Day” (2011), “Blind” (2017), “Rough Night” (2017), “Love Sonia” (2018), and “Corporate Animals” (2018) were among her films (2018). (2019). During this time, Moore also appeared in the films “LOL” (2012), “Very Good Girls” (2013), “Forsaken” (2015), and “Wild Oats” (2016). She was also nominated for a Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directing – Miniseries or TV Film for directing a segment in the Lifetime anthology film “Five” in 2011.
Moore’s memoir “Inside Out” was released in September 2019 by HarperCollins. It opened at No. 1 on both the combined print and electronic nonfiction best-sellers list and the Hardcover Nonfiction best-sellers list, according to The New York Times.
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Moore has been married three times. In 1981, when she was 18 years old, she married musician, Freddy Moore. Moore was 12 years her senior. After their divorce in 1985, Moore became engaged to actor Emilio Estevez, and the couple planned to marry in December 1986, but the engagement was called off.
Moore married actor Bruce Willis in 1987, and the pair has three children, one of them is Rumer Willis, who is an actress. After announcing their separation in 1998, Moore and Willis divorced in October 2000. Demi and Bruce settled their divorce for $90 million, which included both cash and real properties.
In 2003, Moore began dating actor Ashton Kutcher, who is 15 years her junior. They married in September 2005 and divorced in November 2013. They split up in 2011, and their divorce was finalized in November 2013.
Moore has given to the American Foundation for AIDS Research, the Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking, Healthy Child, Healthy World, and UNICEF, among others. The DNA Foundation was founded in 2009 by Moore and her then-husband, Ashton Kutcher, to combat child sex trafficking. Moore was a special contributor to CNN’s Freedom Project in 2010, and she visited Nepal to meet Anuradha Koirala, CNN’s 2010 Hero of the Year, who launched the Maiti Nepal organization to rescue children from sex trafficking. She also narrated “Nepal’s Stolen Children,” a CNN program about child trafficking (2011).
Purchasing Real Estate:
In 1990, Bruce and Demi paid $7 million for a 7,000-square-foot penthouse in New York City’s San Remo skyscraper. Soon later, they bought a two-bedroom apartment in the same building. As part of their divorce deal, Demi got this apartment. In 2015, she put it on the market for a staggering $75 million. She sold the mansion for $45 million in 2017.
She owns various residences in Hailey, Idaho, as well as a $3.15 million Beverly Hills estate she bought in 2003.