Where Are They Now - Friday, February 24, 2017
Would you like to know what's up with actress Michelle Pfeiffer lately? I don't blame you! I've wondered where she is now since I haven't seen her in anything new recently. Let's find out now!
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--DEAD OR ALIVE?--
See if you know if the following celebrities have had a visit from the "Grim Reaper":
Jonathan Brandis - Played Lucas Wolenczak on the TV series "SeaQuest DSV", in addition he appeared in "Ladybugs", "Sidekicks" and other movies
Glenn Quinn - Played Mark Healy (Becky's husband) on the TV series "Roseanne" and Doyle on the series "Angel"
Chris Burke - Played Corky in "Life Goes On"
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Learn More About Michelle Pfeiffer on Celebrity Nooz
April 29, 1958 Santa Ana, California, U.S
CLAIM TO FAME:
Pfeiffer is an actress known for her roles in Scarface, Dangerous Liasions, Batman Returns, What Lies Beneath, and Hairspray.
She has been married to David E. Kelley since 1993. In March 1993, she adopted a newborn daughter, Claudia Rose, who was christened on Pfeiffer and Kelley's wedding day. In August 1994, Pfeiffer gave birth to a son, John Henry.
Pfeiffer gave Oscar-nominated performances in Dangerous Liaisons (1988), The Fabulous Baker Boys (1989) and Love Field(1992). In 1992, she played Catwoman in Batman Returns, a role that established her as a bona fide star.
She went on to star in such films as Dangerous Minds (1995), What Lies Beneath (1999), I Am Sam (2001) and White Oleander (2002), Pfeiffer took a break from acting to focus on her family.
She returned to the screen in 2007 in the film version of the musical Hairspray. Other films include Stardust (2007) and Cheri (2009).
In 1989, Pfeiffer made her stage debut in the role of Olivia in Twelfth Night, a New York Shakespeare Festival production staged in Central Park. Other film actors appearing in the play included Jeff Goldblum as Malvolio and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio as Viola.
Having been a smoker for ten years and having a niece who suffered from leukemia for ten years, she decided to support the American Cancer Society.
Is a vegan.
Ranked #39 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list. [October 1997]
Studied acting at The Beverly Hills Playhouse.
Used to work in a clothing store.
Turned down the Sharon Stone role in Basic Instinct (1992).
The character Catwoman/Selina Kyle, who she played in Batman Returns (1992), was voted #3 in Empire's "69 Sexiest Movie Characters of All Time".
Studied acting under Geraldine Page at workshop at Ahmanson Theater in Los Angeles.
Has been very good friends with Cher since working together on The Witches of Eastwick (1987).
Has been an an avid oil painter for most of her life.
Was chosen to be on the cover of the first ever "People
Magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People in the World" issue in
Attended Fountain Valley High School in Fountain Valley,
California and graduated in 1976.
Older sister of Lori Pfeiffer, and Dedee Pfeiffer.
WHERE IS SHE NOW:
Pfeiffer is very busy this year with three films on the horizon, which include Murder on the Orient Express, Mother!, and The Wizard of Lies.
WRITE TO MICHELLE PFEIFFER:
10250 Constellation Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90067
2017 Where Is Kyra?...Kyra
2013 The Family...Maggie Blake
2012 People Like Us...Lillian
2012 Dark Shadows...Elizabeth Collins Stoddard
2011 New Year's Eve...Ingrid - Resolution Tour
2009 Personal Effects...Linda
2007 Hairspray...Velma Von Tussle
2007 I Could Never Be Your Woman...Rosie
2003 Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas...Eris (voice)
2002 White Oleander...Ingrid Magnussen
2001 I Am Sam...Rita Harrison Williams
2000 What Lies Beneath...Claire Spencer
1999 The Story of Us...Katie Jordan
1999 A Midsummer Night's Dream...Titania
1999 The Deep End of the Ocean...Beth Cappadora
1998 The Prince of Egypt...Tzipporah (voice)
1997 A Thousand Acres...Rose Cook Lewis
1996 One Fine Day...Melanie Parker
1996 To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday...Gillian Lewis
1996 Up Close & Personal...Sally 'Tally' Atwater
1995 Dangerous Minds...Louanne Johnson
1995 Picket Fences (TV Series)...Client
- Freezer Burn (1995)
1994 Wolf...Laura Alden
1993 The Simpsons (TV Series)...Mindy Simmons
- The Last Temptation of Homer (1993)
1993 The Age of Innocence...Ellen Olenska
1992 Love Field...Lurene Hallett
1992 Batman Returns...Catwoman / Selina Kyle
1991 Frankie and Johnny...Frankie
1990 The Russia House...Katya
1989 The Fabulous Baker Boys...Susie Diamond
1988 Dangerous Liaisons...Madame de Tourvel
1988 Tequila Sunrise...Jo Ann
1988 Married to the Mob...Angela de Marco
1987 Great Performances (TV Series)...Natica Jackson
- Tales from the Hollywood Hills: Natica Jackson (1987)
1987 Amazon Women on the Moon...Brenda Landers (segment "Hospital")
1987 The Witches of Eastwick...Sukie Ridgemont
1986 Sweet Liberty...Faith Healy
1985 ABC Afterschool Specials (TV Series)...Annie
- One Too Many (1985) ... Annie
1985 Into the Night...Diana
1983 Scarface...Elvira Hancock
1982 Grease 2...Stephanie Zinone
1981 The Children Nobody Wanted (TV Movie)...Jennifer Williams
1981 Splendor in the Grass (TV Movie)...Ginny Stamper
1981 Callie & Son (TV Movie)...Sue Lynn Bordeaux (as Michele Pfeiffer)
1981 Charlie Chan and the Curse of the Dragon Queen...Cordelia
1978-1981 Fantasy Island (TV Series)...Deborah Dare / Athena
- Elizabeth's Baby/The Artist and the Lady (1981)
- The Island of Lost Women/The Flight of Great Yellow Bird (1978)
1980 Falling in Love Again...Sue Wellington (1940's)
1980 Enos (TV Series)...Joy
- Uncle Jesse's Visit (1980)
1980 The Hollywood Knights...Suzie Q
1980 B.A.D. Cats (TV Series)...Samantha 'Sunshine' Jensen
1979 CHiPs (TV Series)...Jobina
- The Watch Commander (1979)
1979 The Solitary Man (TV Movie)...Tricia
1979 Delta House (TV Series)...The Bombshell
To see Then & Now pictures of Michelle Pfeiffer, visit: Celebrity Nooz
--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--
Jonathan Brandis - DEAD (Suicide)
Born: 4/13/1976 Died: 11/12/2003
Glenn Quinn - DEAD (drug overdose)
Born: 5/28/1970 Died: 12/3/2002
Chris Burke - ALIVE
WHO PASSED ON THIS WEEK...
Gary Cartwright, 82, American journalist and writer.
Ricardo Dominguez, 31, Mexican welterweight boxer, colon cancer.
Nikos Koundouros, 90, Greek film director.
Stephen Rhodes, 66, Irish radio presenter (BBC Three Counties Radio), motor neurone disease.
Leah Adler, 97, American pianist.
Kenneth Arrow, 95, American economist, laureate of the Nobel Prize in Economics (1972).
Jeanne Martin Cissé, 91, Guinean teacher and politician.
Douglas Coe, 88, American evangelical leader.
Desmond Connell, 90, Irish Roman Catholic cardinal, Archbishop of Dublin (1988-2004).
Bengt Gustavsson, 89, Swedish footballer and manager.
Sir Cosmo Haskard, 100, Irish-born British colonial administrator, Governors of the Falkland Islands (1964-1970).
Joy Hruby, 89, Australian actress (Brides of Christ) and television presenter.
Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, 93, Polish-American conductor and composer.
Brenda Buttner, 55, American news correspondent (Bulls & Bears), cancer.
Vitaly Churkin, 64, Russian diplomat, Permanent Representative to the United Nations (since 2006), Ambassador to Belgium (1994-1998) and child actor (A Mother's Heart), heart failure.
Mildred Dresselhaus, 86, American nanotechnologist.
José Fernandes Fafe, 90, Portuguese diplomat and writer.
Jamie Fox, 62, American politician and political strategist, New Jersey Commissioner of Transportation (2014-2015).
Steve Hewlett, 58, British journalist (The Guardian) and radio presenter (The Media Show), oesophageal cancer.
Huang Feili, 99, Chinese musician and conductor.
Sofia Imber, 92, Romanian-born Venezuelan journalist.
Antony Mitradas, 103, Indian film director.
Leo Murphy, 78, Northern Irish Gaelic footballer.
Cyril Pavlov, 97, Russian religious leader (Orthodox Church).
Elric Pronce, 21, Belgian pianist and 3D-designer, train derailment.
Rod Simons, 56, American sportscaster (KSTW, KSTP), heart attack.
Alejandro Atchugarry, 64, Uruguayan lawyer and politician, Minister of Economy and Finance (2002-2003), aneurysm.
Shibaji Banerjee, 60s, Indian footballer (Mohun Bagan), heart attack.
Xavier Beulin, 58, French agribusiness executive (Avril).
Charismatic, 20, American racehorse, winner of the 1999 Kentucky Derby and the 1999 Preakness Stakes, pelvic hemorrhage.
Larry Coryell, 73, American jazz guitarist.
Don Dixon, Baron Dixon, 87, British politician, MP for Jarrow (1979-1997).
Kaci Kullmann Five, 65, Norwegian politician, Storting (1981-1997) and Chairwoman of the Norwegian Nobel Committee (since 2015), breast cancer.
Karla M. Gray, 69, American state judge, Associate Justice (1991-2000) and Chief Justice (2001-2008) of the Montana Supreme Court, cancer.
Darryl Hammond, 49, American arena football player (St. Louis Stampede, Nashville Kats, Georgia Force), ALS.
Trevor Habberstad, 27, American stuntman. (Face/Off, American Sniper, Doctor Strange)
Altamas Kabir, 68, Indian judge, Chief Justice (2012-2013).
Hillar Kärner, 81, Estonian chess player.
Jørgen Kieler, 97, Danish physician and World War II resistance member.
Halaevalu Mata?aho ?Ahome?e, 90, Tongan royal, Queen Consort (1965-2006), Queen Mother (since 2006).
Paul McCarthy, 45, Irish footballer (Wycombe Wanderers).
Richard McMillan, 65, Canadian actor (Shadow Builder, A Map of the World, The Day After Tomorrow).
Igor Shafarevich, 93, Ukrainian-born Russian mathematician.
Danuta Szaflarska, 102, Polish actress.
Bob White, 81, Canadian trade unionist.
Nancy Willard, 80, American writer.
John S. Wold, 100, American politician, U.S. House of Representatives from Wyoming's at-large congressional district (1969-1971).
Roman Zhuravskyi, 68, Ukrainian football player (Dynamo Kyiv, Karpaty Lviv).