Bridget Fonda was once a famous person in Hollywood. To recall the 1980s and 1990s, she was frequently chosen for important parts in big films. She thought everyone saw how talented she was, and she had the chance to become as famous in the entertainment business as her famous father, Peter Fonda, and famous grandpa, Henry Fonda.
When she first came to Hollywood, Bridget Fonda did well. She was in TV shows like 21 Jump Street (1989) and movies like The Godfather Part III, Point Of No Return (1993), Jackie Brown (1997), and Lake Placid (1999). In 2002, though, when she was in her 30s, she chose to leave the glitz and glam of Hollywood. This put an abrupt end to her career growth.
Many people thought she took this break to spend more time with her family and her partner Danny Elfman. The wedding happened in 2003, just one year after she stopped acting in movies. At 59 years old, Bridget has no plans to go back to acting, no matter what made her decide to leave the entertainment business in the first place.
According to new sources, Bridget was seen in public with her son Oliver on April 17 at Los Angeles International Airport.
A reporter recently went up to Bridget Fonda at the airport and asked her if she was thinking about acting again after 13 years. The answer she gave was “No.” If you asked her if she ever saw herself making movies again, she said, “I don’t think I’ll come back; it’s too nice to be a civilian.” It looks like she likes her life without the attention.
It makes sense to think that Bridget Fonda could act again someday, even though she says she won’t right now. A lot of her family members have been actors, so she may be naturally good at it. There are likely to be offers ready for her if she ever chooses to go back. Bridget has been acting since she was four years old, but she might want to enjoy her life without the intense Hollywood glare.
She might, however, surprise everyone and go back to acting one day. As for me, I’d be fine with it being unclear. Check out some movies starring Bridget Fonda. Do you like the work that the Fonda family does? Tell us what you think in the comments, and if you like this story, please share it on Facebook with your friends and family.