In the nineties she was an acting star, today she has retired from showbizz: Bridget Fonda. The niece of Hollywood star Jane Fonda became world famous with films like "Codename – Nina", "Singles, lonely together" or "A simple plan" – since 2002 you have heard almost nothing from the 59-year-old today. She last made an official appearance at the premiere of Quentin Tarantino's film "Inglourious Basterds" in 2009, after which she completely disappeared from the scene.
14 years later, she photographed a paparazzi again for the first time – and shows how much the daughter of the former actor and director Peter Fonda has changed. The ex-Hollywood star and son Oliver were seen at the Los Angeles airport in sneakers, jogging pants and gray baggy powder. The Daily Mail shared the exclusive footage of the surprise appearance, during which Fonda is said to have commented on a possible career comeback.
The ex-actress is said to have denied the question of whether there was still a chance for a Hollywood comeback. It's "simply too nice to be a private person," Fonda explains. No director in the world could change her mind. The '90s icon looks like she's done with Hollywood on all counts, and I suppose with good reason.
If you look back on Fonda's career, it becomes clear that the granddaughter of acting legend Henry Fonda ("Play me the song of death") experienced a fast-paced, rather unusual childhood. Born into an absolute star family, Fonda was literally born with the "Hollywood gene". At the age of five she was in front of the camera for the first time for the blockbuster "Easy Rider", followed by roles in films by star directors such as Quentin Tarantino and Francis Ford Coppola and red carpet appearances non-stop.
After marrying film composer Danny Elfman in 2003, she withdrew from showbizz entirely. Unlike her husband Elfman, who recently composed the theme music for the Netflix series "Wednesday", she seems to have focused completely on her private life. In 2005, their son Oliver was born.
Fonda has obviously never regretted the decision to retire from the film business for her private life.
Those: "Daily Mail"