|Birth Name:||Michelle Marie Pfeiffer|
|Date of Birth:||29/04/1958|
|Age:||60 years old|
|Net Worth:||$80 Million|
Michelle Pfeiffer Inner conflicts let her out of the box in the acting of the movies she carries on. She is a singer, actress and producer with remarkable timeless qualities.
Pfeiffer is a nominee for Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress and won the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Dangerous Liaisons (1988). She is second time nominee of Academy Awards for Best Actress and winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress-Motion Picture Drama for The Fabulous Baker Boys (1989). Pfeiffer is a consistently good actor in the movies like The Witches of Eastwick (1987), Married to the Mob (1988), Frankie and Johnny (1991), The Age of Innocence (1993), Wolf (1994) and White Oleander (2002).
On April 29, 1958, Richard Pfeiffer and Donna Taverna gives birth Michelle Marie Pfeiffer as the second child of the family. Michelle is a daughter of an air-conditioning contractor and a housewife. She is sister to an elder brother Rick and two young sisters Dedee and Lori Pfeiffer. Michelle’s father is of German British Ancestry and her mother is of Swiss-German and Swedish ancestry.
Pfeiffer is a graduate of Fountain Valley High School in 1976. She is one-time check-out girl at Vons supermarket while studying Golden West College. Michelle Pfeiffer inner member of Alpha Delta Pi women’s society one time tried to become a stenographer.
Pfeiffer is the one-time winner of the Miss Orange County beauty pageant of 1978 and participant of Miss California the same year. The sixth position in Miss California in 1978 leads her to keep an acting agent with the mentality to give an audition. Michelle after doing some part in films and television learnt of not being able to act then she studied at The Beverly Hills Playhouse in the period of 1980s.
Early acting appearances included television roles on Fantasy Island and BAD Cats along with an audition for television series Charlie’s Angels in late 1970s. In the beginning of 1980s, Pfeiffer did small roles in the movies like Falling in Love Again, The Hollywood Knights and the Charlie Chan and the Curse of the Dragon Queen. The movies without any significant impact on Box Office and Critical response were leading her out the industry.
In 1982, Grease 2 a sequel of musical hit Grease in 1978 gives her a major role. The failure of the movie was leading directors to turn their back on her. In 1983, persisting insistence of producer of the movie Scarface gives her a role. Pfeiffer even cuts Al Pacino by chance in an audition.The movie gets a critical response being excessively violent and commercial success. The movie saves and becomes the breakthrough movie for Pfeiffer’s acting career. Michelle Pfeiffer inner cast in the movies like Into the Night, Ladyhawke for three years with average commercial business stabilized her role as an actress in the industry.
Pfeiffer then in 1988 started with the movies like Married to the Mob as first Golden Globe nomination. She then gets space in the movies like Tequila Sunrise, Dangerous Liaisons. The movie Dangerous Liaisons gives her BAFTA and nomination for Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. In 1989, Pfeiffer plays Susie Diamond in The Fabulous Baker Boys. The movie gives her critics response of playing well as the character.Michelle Pfeiffer inner entry in every award seasons 1989 and 1990 was flourishing with her dominance and win as well as a nominee for the Best Actress.
Along with the acclaim she gets, Pfeiffer has refused very successful films like Pretty Woman, Silence of the Lamb and Basic Instinct in the period of 1990 and 1993. During the period she accepted the roles including The Russia House, Frankie and Johnny with a Golden Globe nomination. The same period she formed her production company and boutique named Via Rosa Production. The company alongside the touchstones pictures produced a movie Love Field of the label name The Walt Disney Studios. The movie gets award nomination for Golden Globe and Academy Awards and wins Silver Bear Best Actress award at the Berlin International Film Festival.
In 1992, Michelle took the role of Catwoman in Tim Burton’s Batman Returns receiving universal critical acclaim. The Age of Innocence in 1993 leads her to the Elvira Notari Prize at the Venice Film Festival and a Golden Globe nomination. The Women in Film Los Angeles’ Crystal Award for outstanding women fills Michelle Pfeiffer inner core that year. In the late 1990s, she refuses films like Evita but joins the cast of romantic drama Up Close & Personal, To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday. She produces films like One Fine Day, Thousand Acres and The Deep End of the Ocean. The same period she appears in the movies A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Story of Us alongside Kevin Kline and Bruce Willis.
The period between 2000 and 2006 she appears in the movies like Original Sin, What Lies Beneath, I Am Sam and White Oleander with box office justification and awards like Screen Actors Guild nomination. In an animation film Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas she voiced a character of a goddess of chaos Eris in 2003. Michelle Pfeiffer inner understanding makes her stay away from the movies for 4 years.
Michelle Pfeiffer inner conflicts were seen in the villainous roles of Hairspray and Stardust in 2007 once again. She was then part of I Could Never Be Your Woman, Personal Effects, Cheri in 2007 and 2009. In 2011, after two years silence in the movie field, she was part of the movie New Year’s Eve. Pfeiffer then appears opposite Chis Pine and Elizabeth Banks in the drama People Like Us in 2012. The same year she did a movie based on gothic TV soap opera named Dark Shadows with her role critically acclaimed alongside Johnny Depp. Pfeiffer the following year appears in the movie The Family.
In 2017, Where Is Kyra? The Wizard of Lies of Pfeiffer made a notable impact on the viewers and the critics. She claims that she can now deliver acting as per requirements with her role of a mother is now a bit restive.
She claims that she never gone to formal acting classes. Michelle Pfeiffer inner core is grateful to Milton Katselas for teaching her notions of acting skills lifelong. Michelle also quotes Milton Katselas leading her to one of the cults was a terrible thing to do. She admits avoiding the glamorous roles due to its lack of content for acting. Michelle Pfeiffer inner conflict is seen on her face while doing roles she does a director once quotes.
Pfeiffer was introduced to “Breatharianism” by the director Milton Katselas. The cult holds a belief that a person can live without food and water, receiving sustenance only from air and sunlight. Michelle Pfeiffer inner realm accepts Peter Horton while dating and marries him in 1981. The couple divorces each other in 1988. She was set a blind date with David E. Kelley by Kate Guinzburg and the couple marries on November 13, 1993. The same year she adopts a newborn daughter, Claudia Rose due to her proceedings before marriage. In 1994 the couple bore a son, John Henry. Michelle is an owner of assets of net worth $80 millions.