Jamie Lee Curtis' breakthrough role was in the 1978 horror flick "Halloween." After her appearance in the movie, she took on more roles from the horror film genre. "The Fog," "Terror Train," and "Prom Night" were added to her horror movie credits. She wanted to prove that she can be more than just the "scream queen," and in "Trading Places," she showed that she could do more than feign fear.
In "A Fish Called Wanda," she further proved her skills as a comedienne, and she surprised audiences even more when she gained a Golden Globe for the action flick "True Lies." Aside from acting, Curtis has also penned children's books, which the critics have raved about. Jamie Lee Curtis is an award-winning actress, author, wife, and mother, which shows that she really can do it all.
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