Bridget Fonda (born 27 January 1964) is an American actress. She made her film debut at the age of five in the 1969 movie Easy Rider as a child in the hippie commune that Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper visit on their trek across the United States. Her second (also non-speaking) bit part was in the 1982 comedy Partners. In 1988 she got her first substantial film role, costarring with John Hurt in Scandal, based on the Profumo affair. That year she also appeared in You Can’t Hurry Love and Shag. Her breakthrough role, however, was as a journalist in The Godfather, Part III. After gaining additional work experience in a few theater productions she was cast in the lead in Barbet Schroeder’s Single White Female, followed by a role in Cameron Crowe’s ensemble comedy Singles, both in 1992. A review in the New Yorker proclaimed her “provocative, taunting assertiveness”, and Rolling Stone said Fonda was “a comic delight”. In 1997 Fonda was on the same plane flight as Quentin Tarantino when he offered her the part of a beach babe in Jackie Brown. Fonda was also offered the lead role in the television series Ally McBeal (later accepted by Calista Flockhart), but turned it down to focus on her film career. She has not appeared in films since 2002. On November 29, 2003 she married film composer and former Oingo Boingo frontman Danny Elfman. They have a son Oliver, born in mid-January 2005.
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Segment from the film “Aria” (1987)- Directed by Franc Roddam, Featuring Bridget Fonda & James Mathers. Pure beauty of Richard Wagner’s Liebestod from the opera “Tristan und Isolde” transported to strange beauty of the Las Vegas, with Bridget Fonda…
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