Demi Moore is an American actress, former songwriter, and model who debuted on television on the medical drama series 'General Hospital' (1982-84) and gained recognition for her film roles in 'Blame It on Rio' (1984) and 'St. Elmo's Fire' (1985). Her 1986 romantic comedy 'About Last Night...' was a critically and commercially successful film and catapulted her to stardom.
In the early 1990s, she appeared in some of her best films including 'Ghost' (1990), which became the top grossing film of the year and earned her a 'Golden Globe' nomination, 'A Few Good Men' (1992), 'Indecent Proposal' (1993), and 'Disclosure' (1994). With the 1996 erotic comedy 'Striptease', she became the highest-paid actress in film history, but despite moderate box-office success, the film was a critical failure and won her a 'Golden Raspberry Award' for 'Worst Actress'.
Her next major role was the titular character in the 1997 action film 'G.I. Jane'. While her career graph has gone downwards in the following decades, notable movies in her filmography include 'Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle' (2003), 'Half Light' (2006), 'Mr. Brooks' (2007), 'Margin Call' (2011), and 'Rough Night' (2017). She currently has a recurring role on the musical drama series 'Empire' (2017).