Bridget Fonda

Bridget Fonda first became interested in acting when she was cast in a high school production of Harvey. Despite the fact that she has famous relatives, she still chose to study acting at the New York University's Tisch School of the Arts and spent years at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute.

She made her debut in film acting by doing a non-speaking role in Partners, a 1982 comedy. She landed her first speaking role in 1988 for the film Scandal. During that year, she also became part of the films You Can't Hurry Love and Shag. What gave her much recognition, though, was her role in The Godfather, Part III. She was also offered the role of Ally McBeal, but she turned it down in order to focus on her career in film.

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