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Demi Moore (Guynes) Wiki Biography
The name of Demi Moore nowadays is well-known all around the world thanks to her great job as an actress, film producer, voice actor, model, songwriter and TV director who has estimated net worth as high as $160 million. Demi Moore earned $58,800,000 in total only for her most notable appearances in movies, so there is no doubt about how rich Moore is.
Demi Moore, born Demi Guynes, is also known as Demetria Gene Guynes, Demi Kutcher, De and Gimme Moore. The biggest investment in her net worth Demi Moore has made has been as a great actress and a model since 1981, when she became active in the world of show business.
Demi Moore was born on November 11, 1962, in Roswell, New Mexico, United States. At the age of 13 she dropped out of school in order to begin a career as a model, but soon it was quite clear that Demi was a talented acress. Since then she has appeared in numerous movies, such as “Disclosure”, which was released in 1994, “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” released in 1996, “Passion of Mind” and many others. In 2011 Demi Moore appeared in the famous movie called “Margin Call” as Sarah Robertson, and in the same year she performed as Patty in “Another Happy Day” directed by Sam Levinson. During these years of experience and hard work Demi More has proven that she is one of the greatest actresses of all time, and it resulted in the quick raise of her net worth.
Unlike many rich celebrities with this huge amount of net worth, Demi Moore owns only one estate located in Beverly Hills, California. This amazing mansion is equipped with several bedrooms, bathrooms and many interesting architectural artifacts. Furthermore, the house was renovated and reconstructed in order to create more of a free living space for Demi’s children. Demi Moore also purchased three amazing cars – Mercedes Benz S500 Sedan with 302 horse powers, Toyota Prius which was valued at $30,000 and 2012 Lexus LS 600h. The last one actually was a gift from her former husband third Ashton Kutcher, and it was valued at $100,000.
The personal life of Demi Moore’s has actually also had a positive effect on her net worth because of her famous and even a little bit scandalous marriages and divorces. Her first husband was Frederick George Moore – famous American musician. He is 12 years older than ex-wife, but they still married in 1980. And that’s how Demi Moore received her famous surname which she began using on a stage even before the marriage with Freddy. Anyway, the couple divorced four years after, in 1984. Demi Moore’s net worth increased even more after her scandalous relationship with the famous Bruce Willis. Together the couple had three children: the oldest Rumer, who became American actress too, Scout and the youngest Tallulah. However, the couple didn’t live happily together for a long time and divorced in 2000. After that Demi Moore started her relationship with Ashton Kutcher – American producer, investor, actor and former model. They didn’t have any children and divorced after six years of living together in year 2011.
IMDB Wikipedia $160 Million 1962 5 ft 4 in (1.65 m) Actor Actors Alimony Another Happy Day Arts and Entertainment Ashton Kutcher Ashton Kutcher (m. 2005–2013) Bruce Willis Bruce Willis (m. 1987–2000) Charles Harmon Charles Harmon Jr. Charlotte Harmon Eggar Cinema of the United States De Demetria Demetria “Demi” Guynes Demetria Gene Guynes Demi Demi Gene Guynes Demi Guynes Kutcher Demi Kutcher Demi Moore Demi Moore Net Worth Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directing – Television Film (2011) Divorce Film director Film producer Freddy Moore Freddy Moore (m. 1980–1985) Genealogy George Moore Gimme Moore Golden Globe Awards (1990) Human Interest Hunchback of Notre Dame James Craig Harmon Lexus LS Mila Kunis Model Morgan Guynes MTV Movie Award for Best Female Performance (1992) MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss Nationality New Mexico November 11 Passion of Mind People’s Choice Awards Primetime Emmy Award (1996) Roswell Rumer Rumer Willis Sam Levinson Saturn Award for Best Actress (1990) Scout LaRue Willis Screen Actors Guild Awards ShoWest Award for Female Star of the Year (1995) Songwriter Tallulah Belle Willis Television Producer The Hunchback of Notre Dame Theatre World Award Two And a Half Men United States United States of America Virginia King Voice Actor
Demi Moore (Guynes) Quick Info
|Full Name||Demi Moore|
|Net Worth||$160 Million|
|Date Of Birth||November 11, 1962|
|Place Of Birth||Roswell, New Mexico, United States|
|Height||5 ft 4 in (1.65 m)|
|Profession||Actor, Film Producer, Television producer, Film director, Songwriter, Model, Voice Actor|
|Education||Fairfax High School|
|Spouse||Ashton Kutcher (m. 2005–2013), Bruce Willis (m. 1987–2000), Freddy Moore (m. 1980–1985)|
|Children||Rumer Willis, Tallulah Belle Willis, Scout LaRue Willis|
|Parents||Charles Harmon, Virginia King|
|Siblings||Morgan Guynes, James Craig Harmon, Charles Harmon Jr., Charlotte Harmon Eggar|
|Nicknames||Demi Guynes Kutcher , Demetria Gene Guynes , De , Demi Kutcher , Demi Gene Guynes , Demetria “Demi” Guynes , Gimme Moore|
|Awards||Theatre World Award, Saturn Award for Best Actress (1990), People’s Choice Awards, ShoWest Award for Female Star of the Year (1995),|
|Nominations||MTV Movie Awards for Best Female Performance, Golden Globe Awards (1990), MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss (1993), Primetime Emmy Award (1996), Screen Actors Guild Awards, Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directing – Television Film (2011)|
|Movies||Ghost (1990), Mortal Thoughts (1991), A Few Good Men (1992), Indecent Proposal (1993), Disclosure (1994), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996), The Juror (1996), Deconstructing Harry (1997), Bobby (2007), Another Happy Day (2011)|
|TV Shows||The Early Girl (1986-1987), If These Walls Could Talk (1996), Moonlighting (1989), Will & Grace (2003), Five (2011)|
Demi Moore (Guynes) Trademarks
- Husky voice
- Sparkling green eyes
Demi Moore (Guynes) Quotes
- I’m sure there was a huge boon in pottery classes that they hadn’t seen since macrame, Birkenstocks, and hairy legs were in fashion!
- [presenting Ghost (1990) at the ArcLight Hollywood, April 2013] It’s something that touches people’s heart, it transcends and has comforted people’s soul in great loss and it has instilled a sense of hope and magic that those we love are always still with us. I’m truly grateful to have been part of this film, and I’m honored to be sharing with you tonight. I thank AFI and Target for bringing together this magical night for you to see it on the big screen.
- There was a point in my career that I was being encouraged to do a film for what felt like the wrong reasons, which were for monetary reasons. But I had an overwhelming sense of intuition that it wasn’t right, that it felt unsafe, that there were elements that really just were wrong. And what’s interesting is, I didn’t follow my intuition. I allowed myself to be persuaded. And the biggest part of why that was created is that I didn’t have enough self-confidence or trust in my own information.
- [at a briefing on Domestic Sex Trafficking in Washington D.C., 5/4/10] As long as one person is enslaved, we are all enslaved. As long as we continue to allow these young women to be criminalized, the message we’re putting out is that women and girls can be bought … It’s time that we bring the dirty little secret out into the open.
- There’s nothing wrong with having a desire to want nice things. It’s when we place that as a measure of the value of ourselves that it goes askew.
- Some of my lowest points were the most exciting opportunities to push through to be a better person.
-  In his own way, Ashton is romantic. We were apart for awhile, and he phoned me and said he’d shaved his leg. One leg. Because then at night, he said, it’s like sleeping with a woman when he rubs against himself.
- I used to say that I attended 48 schools, but I think it’s something over 30. I attended six high schools, and I always had at least two schools in every grade. Sometimes I made three moves in one grade. My shortest stay was two months.
- [1985, on being dubbed a member of the “Brat Pack”] I hate it! I find it embarrassing, hateful and demeaning.
- [on 1950s anti-abortion laws depicted in her film, If These Walls Could Talk (1996)] The shame and degradation that these women faced – that is really what is criminal.
- [on women in combat] If there are women, whatever that percentage might be – two percent, five percent – if they have the desire, if they have the ability to match up on an equal standard, then I think we want them there, because that just means somebody’s found what they’re supposed to do in their lifetime that they’re good at. And if they have the passion to create that kind of commitment to be there, why shouldn’t they be?
- [on working with Michael Caine in Flawless (2007), 2008] Fantastic. I have to say, I’ve certainly grown in having a greater appreciation for who he is. I realized actually, when I was 20 when I did the film (Blame It on Rio (1984)) playing his daughter, we didn’t have the resource to be able to watch his films like we have today. Young actors now can go back and find everything. For me to have really been that familiar, I would’ve had to go to those arthouses and really waited to get that little sliver. So now I really have a greater appreciation, which hopefully we do as we get older anyway.
- [on About Last Night… (1986)] Some of the critics didn’t like the happy ending. But there was no way you could have any other ending on that movie. After building up compassion for the characters, to just throw it away with an unhappy ending would have been stupid.
- I have no obligation to be politically correct.
- I do take a stand about how a scene should be played. I have a passion for my work, and that sometimes triggers creative conflicts.
- The press is a big machine that runs of its own will, and to fight against it would take too much of my focus and my energy. All I can really do is try to find the safest way I can to use the press for positive things – promoting what I love, the movies I make. The rest of it, even though sometimes it hurts, sometimes it’s disappointing, sometimes it’s unjust, I just don’t want to get caught up in it. I’ve seen what the press does to other stars, and I know I’m no exception. Everybody has their day. Sometimes it’s a good time for you in the press, sometimes it’s just your turn to get hit. There seems to be no rhyme or reason, no matter what you’re doing or how hard you’re working. Except you do see that sometimes it comes like the tide – if it’s been a really good time for you, the press starts looking for reasons to bring you down, and if you’re really down it seems as if they start to jump on a bandwagon so they can be the creators and bring you back. So I just try to ride the wave.
- [on her approach to acting] It’s 100 percent instinct. I haven’t had years of learning in acting class. It just didn’t go that way for me. Not because I ever felt I was so wonderful I didn’t need it. I’m sure I could use plenty of guidance. Actually, I was too insecure to want to take that path. I always just felt that if I got in a class and somebody said, ‘Boy, you’re really not good, and maybe you should consider something else,’ I would have had to, and I thought that if I could fake it long enough maybe I could figure it out. There’s that old saying, ‘Fake it until you make it,’ and I think I might have been skating on that thin ice for a while in the hope nobody would find me out. I never even really had the ability to put myself in that kind of learning situation until right before I did Ghost (1990), when I worked in New York with a teacher named Harold Guskin. I enjoyed it, but being in a class would probably still be intimidating for me.
- I’m honored if I can inspire somebody else.
- I don’t think anyone could imagine it, but with Redford, all of a sudden, I was very shy and more self-conscious. This was THE Robert Redford and he’s a kind of shy and reserved guy.
- [to Susan Boyle] You have nothing to lose – just keep sharing your light.
- [on plastic surgery] It’s completely false, I’ve never had it done. It’s a way to combat your neurosis. The scalpel won’t make you happy. For the moment I prefer to be a beautiful woman of my age than try desperately to look thirty.
- I think we all want the same things. We all want to feel loved, and feel a part of something, but we all have self-doubt no matter where we came from.
- Once you’ve tasted a bit of success, it’s more challenging. We have to continue to be willing to take a risk so that we don’t get too safe. Unwillingness to risk failure is always there, but it gets harder when you feel you have more to lose. So the better place to keep yourself in is out of your comfort zone, willing to try even at the risk of failing. And that’s not natural to me at all. In fact, it’s completely unnatural.
- I didn’t want to work and drag my kids with me while they were trying to cross this huge transition. I wanted them to become as stable and as confident as possible. There are people who go through this and don’t have the financial means, but I did. It wasn’t a risk; it was the right thing to do.
- On the changes made to Nathaniel Hawthorne’s “The Scarlet Letter” (she starred in the adaptation): In truth, not very many people have read the book…the ultimate message of “Hester Prynne” would have been lost if we’d stayed with the original ending.
- Time is an amazing equalizer. I think if you stay true to yourself and keep moving forward, things come around.
- There’s this idea that if you take your clothes off, somehow you must have loose morals. There’s still a negative attitude in our society towards women who use a strength that’s inherent – their femininity – in any way that might be considered seductive.
- The truth is you can have a great marriage, but there are still no guarantees.
- All you need is for some of these things to appear in print a couple of times and people start to believe it. I think what really is happening is that the only way the media can allow me to be smart and ambitious is by making me a bitch.
Demi Moore (Guynes) Important Facts
- Rented out Six Flags Magic Mountain amusement park in Valencia, Ca. for her 29th birthday in 1991.
- Brought into fashion the women’s pixie cut, a hairstyle she debuted for photographers at the Beverly Hills premiere of When Harry Met Sally… (1989) in July 1989. When Ghost (1990) was released in the summer of 1990, millions of women emulated this short, boy-like crop.
- Appeared in a 1986 stage play with Robin Bartlett called “The Early Girl” at Circle Repertory Theatre in New York.
- Recorded a five-track demo tape in 1982 under the guidance of music producer Greg Penny and almost got a deal from RCA records.
- Fan of Rita Hayworth and the movie Gilda (1946).
- Was part owner of the Planet Hollywood restaurant chain.
- Is an avid doll collector and keeps a separate residence in Idaho to house her 2,000 vintage dolls.
- Dated martial arts instructor Oliver Whitcomb from 1999 to 2002.
- Has been romantically linked with Leonardo DiCaprio, Colin Farrell, Timothy Hutton, Pedro Aguinaga, Martin Henderson, Anthony Kiedis, Tobey Maguire, Harry Morton, Peter Morton, Will Hanigan, Guy Oseary, Alex Rodríguez, Thomas Jane, Owen Wilson, Dweezil Zappa and Vito Schnabel.
- Is a (raw) vegan.
- Spokeswoman/model for Ann Taylor clothing store chain. [August 2011]
- A huge fan of Susan Boyle. When Moore enthused about her on Twitter, the millions who followed helped to turn Boyle into a global megastar. Sadly, Boyle didn’t know much about Moore and nothing about Moore’s husband Ashton Kutcher.
- (December 21, 2012) Third husband Ashton Kutcher filed for divorce after a 13 month separation and 7 years of marriage.
- Separated from her third husband of 6 years Ashton Kutcher. [November 2011]
- Gave birth to her third child at age 31, daughter Tallulah Belle Willis on February 3, 1994. Tallulah’s father is Demi’s second ex-husband, Bruce Willis.
- Gave birth to her second child at age 28, daughter Scout LaRue Willis on July 20, 1991. Scout’s father is Demi’s second ex-husband, Bruce Willis.
- Gave birth to her first child at age 25, daughter Rumer Glenn Willis (aka Rumer Willis) on August 16, 1988. Rumer’s father is Demi’s second ex-husband, Bruce Willis.
- Has three younger paternal half-siblings (James, Charlotte, and Charles Jr.) who she does not have a relationship with.
- Met first husband Freddy Moore at the Troubadour nightclub in Los Angeles when she was 16 years old.
- Turned down the role of Sarah Tobias in The Accused (1988), which went to Jodie Foster.
- Showed interest in the title role in Æon Flux (2005) that Charlize Theron eventually played. Aeon creator Peter Chung disapproved of the casting of Moore.
- Former publicist is Michael Levine.
- Remains friends with Daniel Morton since helping save a woman’s life on Twitter together.
- Had knee surgery. [February 2011]
- The controversial Vanity Fair magazine cover of Moore – nude and pregnant – was photographed by Annie Leibovitz in May 1991.
- Along with Gerard Butler, Ben Stiller, Susan Sarandon and director Paul Haggis, she visited a camp for internally displaced persons managed by Sean Penn and his Jenkins-Penn Humanitarian Relief Organization in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. [April 2010]
- Lives in Los Angeles, California and Hailey, Idaho.
- Had to drop out of A League of Their Own (1992) due to pregnancy.
- Auditioned for the role of Luisa Contini in Nine (2009), but Marion Cotillard was cast in the role instead.
- Was 20th Century Fox’s choice to play Katharine Clifton in The English Patient (1996). When the film’s producers refused to give in on the studio’s decision to cast Moore, Fox withdrew their funding. Miramax eventually picked up the film and the role was given to Kristin Scott Thomas.
- Credited along with actor Daniel Morton for saving a woman’s life through Twitter.
- Thanked by Blink 182 in the liner notes of their album “Enema of the State”.
- In 1995, became the highest-paid actress in film history, up until that time, earning $12.5 million for Striptease (1996).
- Her mother was 18 when she had her.
- Older half-sister of Morgan Guynes.
- Her mother died from cancer in 1998 at age 54.
- Her professional first name “Demi” (short for her birth name Demetria) is pronounced “deh-ME”, not “DEM-ee”, with emphasis on the second syllable just as in “Demetria”.
- Lived next door to Nastassja Kinski when moving to Los Angeles to pursue acting.
- Her ancestry includes English and Scottish.
- Attended (but did not graduate from) Fairfax High School in Los Angeles with actor/producer Byron Allen.
- Little Richard presided over her wedding to Bruce Willis. Ally Sheedy was one of the bridesmaids.
- Married Bruce Willis at the Golden Nugget Hotel in Las Vegas.
- Auditioned for (and won) the role of Jackie Templeton on General Hospital (1963) after producers put out a casting call for a “Margot Kidder/Karen Allen” type actress (both of whom were top box office stars at the time).
- Her wedding with Ashton Kutcher was attended by about 100 guests. Among them were ex-husband Bruce Willis, their three daughters, Ashton’s best friend and co-star from That ’70s Show (1998), Wilmer Valderrama, and Demi’s close friend Lucy Liu.
- Along with Pia Zadora, Madonna, Pauly Shore and Sylvester Stallone, one of the few people who have “won” back to back awards at the Razzies in successive years. She “won” Worst Actress of 1997 for her performances in the films The Juror (1996) and Striptease (1996), then again the next year she “won” Worst Actress for her role in G.I. Jane (1997).
- The only Brat Packer to become a huge and long-lasting movie star after the Brat Pack era ended.
- Was one of the nine original members of the 1980s “brat pack”, along with Judd Nelson, Mare Winningham, Anthony Michael Hall, Andrew McCarthy, Rob Lowe, Molly Ringwald, Emilio Estevez and Ally Sheedy.
- According to an article in the now defunct Buzz magazine, she was so demanding when it came to perks and fringe benefits, her nickname around Hollywood studio executives was “Gimme Moore”.
- She quit school at age 16 and started working as a pin-up girl.
- Supporter of Arsenal Football Club, and attends home games whenever she is in London.
- Though born in New Mexico, she spent much of her childhood in Eastern Pennsylvania.
- Voted #22 on VH1’s Hottest Hotties.
- First job was as a bill collector.
- Was spoofed in the video game Leisure Suit Larry 7: Love for Sail! (1996) as a hypersexual version of herself called “Dewmi (pronounced “Do Me”) Moore”.
- Continues to receive royalty checks for songs she wrote before becoming an actress.
- Demi’s real father, Charles Harmon, abandoned the family before she was born, which is why she didn’t share his last name on her birth certificate.
- Aunt of actors Cooper Guynes and Oliver Guynes.
- First actress to reach 10 million dollar salary mark.
- Operations on her left eye during childhood caused her to wear a patch.
- Was replaced by Sandra Bullock for the lead in While You Were Sleeping (1995).
- Was one of three finalists for the lead in Flashdance (1983). No one could decide between the three, so a group of about 50 men were brought into a room, shown the three audition tapes and asked who they would want to sleep with the most. Jennifer Beals won by a landslide.
- In order to play a coke addict, Jules, in St. Elmo’s Fire (1985), she had to sign a contract stipulating that she would stop her own alcohol and drug abuse, an agreement that caused her life to turn around.
- Listed as one of twelve “Promising New Actors of 1986” in John Willis’s Screen World, Vol. 38.
- She appeared in John Parr’s music video “St. Elmo’s Fire (Man In Motion)”.
- Owns a production company: “Moving Pictures”.
- Stripped on Late Show with David Letterman (1993), allegedly to disprove rumors that she’s too fat for her new movie Striptease (1996).
- She posed nude while seven months pregnant with daughter Scout LaRue Willis for a 1991 Vanity Fair magazine cover. In August 1992, she again posed nude for Vanity Fair, this time wearing body paint that resembled a man’s suit.
- Was once engaged to Emilio Estevez.
- Chosen by People (USA) magazine as one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the World. 
- Bruce and Demi announce they are ending their marriage of eleven years. No reasons given. [June 1998]
- Hired three cameramen to videotape the birth of her first child.
Demi Moore (Guynes) Filmography
|The Seventh Sign||1988||Abby Quinn||Actress|
|One Crazy Summer||1986||Cassandra Eldridge||Actress|
|About Last Night…||1986||Debbie||Actress|
|St. Elmo’s Fire||1985||Jules||Actress|
|John Parr: St. Elmo’s Fire (Man in Motion)||1985||Video short||Jules||Actress|
|No Small Affair||1984||Laura Victor||Actress|
|Blame It on Rio||1984||Nicole Hollis||Actress|
|The Master||1984||TV Series||Holly Trumbull||Actress|
|Young Doctors in Love||1982||New Intern (uncredited)||Actress|
|General Hospital||1982||TV Series||Jackie Templeton||Actress|
|Forsaken||2015/I||Mary Alice Watson||Actress|
|Very Good Girls||2013||Kate||Actress|
|Margin Call||2011||Sarah Robertson||Actress|
|Another Happy Day||2011||Patty||Actress|
|The Magic 7||2009||TV Movie||U-Z-Onesa (voice)||Actress|
|The Joneses||2009||Kate Jones||Actress|
|Mr. Brooks||2007||Det. Tracy Atwood||Actress|
|Half Light||2006||Rachel Carlson||Actress|
|Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle||2003||Madison Lee||Actress|
|Will & Grace||2003||TV Series||Sissy Palmer-Ginsburg||Actress|
|The Hunchback of Notre Dame II||2002||Video||Esmeralda (voice)||Actress|
|Passion of Mind||2000||Marie / Marty||Actress|
|G.I. Jane||1997||Jordan O’Neill||Actress|
|Ellen||1997||TV Series||The Sample Lady||Actress|
|If These Walls Could Talk||1996||TV Movie||Claire Donnelly (segment “1952”)||Actress|
|Beavis and Butt-Head Do America||1996||Dallas Grimes (voice)||Actress|
|The Hunchback of Notre Dame||1996||Esmeralda (voice)||Actress|
|Disney’s Animated Storybook: The Hunchback of Notre Dame||1996||Video Game||Esmeralda (voice)||Actress|
|Now and Then||1995||Samantha||Actress|
|The Scarlet Letter||1995||Hester Prynne||Actress|
|Your Studio and You||1995||Short||Demi Moore (uncredited)||Actress|
|Indecent Proposal||1993||Diana Murphy||Actress|
|A Few Good Men||1992||Lt. Cdr. JoAnne Galloway||Actress|
|The Butcher’s Wife||1991||Marina Lemke||Actress|
|Mortal Thoughts||1991||Cynthia Kellogg||Actress|
|Nothing But Trouble||1991||Diane Lightson||Actress|
|Tales from the Crypt||1990||TV Series||Cathy Marno||Actress|
|We’re No Angels||1989||Molly||Actress|
|Moonlighting||1989||TV Series||Woman in Elevator||Actress|
|The New Homeowner’s Guide to Happiness||1988||Video||Actress|
|The Conversation||2012||TV Series executive producer – 8 episodes||Producer|
|Austin Powers in Goldmember||2002||producer||Producer|
|Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me||1999||producer||Producer|
|Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery||1997||producer||Producer|
|If These Walls Could Talk||1996||TV Movie executive producer||Producer|
|Now and Then||1995||producer||Producer|
|Five||2011||TV Movie segment “Charlotte”||Director|
|Bobby||2006||performer: “Louie Louie”||Soundtrack|
|One Crazy Summer||1986||performer: “Don’t Look Back”||Soundtrack|
|The Better Half||2015/I||grateful thanks||Thanks|
|My Best Friend’s Girl||2008||special thanks||Thanks|
|Grand Theft Parsons||2003||special thanks||Thanks|
|Code of Conduct||2001||Video documentary short special thanks||Thanks|
|The Crypt Keeper Presents: A Spine-Tingling Look at Tales from the Crypt||1995||Documentary short special thanks||Thanks|
|Entertainment Tonight||1990-2017||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon||2017||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Fashion Fund||2016||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards||2016||TV Special||Herself – Presenter: Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture||Self|
|Dancing with the Stars||2015||TV Series||Herself – Rumer’s Mother||Self|
|2014 MTV Movie Awards||2014||TV Special||Herself – Cameo #33||Self|
|Jimmy Kimmel Live!||2013||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Close Up||2012||TV Series||Herself – Interviewee / Actress||Self|
|LOL: Like Mother, Like Daughter||2012||Video short||Herself||Self|
|LOL: Lots of Love for Lisa Azuelos||2012||Video short||Herself||Self|
|Icon News||2011||TV Series||Herself – Around the town||Self|
|Good Morning America||1994-2011||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Nepal’s Stolen Children||2011||TV Movie documentary||Narrator / Anchor||Self|
|Piers Morgan Tonight||2011||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|In the House with Peter Bart & Peter Guber||2011||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|The 4th Annual CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute||2010||TV Movie documentary||Herself – Presenter||Self|
|The Marriage Ref||2010||TV Series||Herself – Panelist||Self|
|A Night of 140 Tweets: A Celebrity Tweet-A-Thon for Haiti||2010||Video||Herself||Self|
|Friday Night with Jonathan Ross||2010||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Up Close with Carrie Keagan||2010||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Late Show with David Letterman||1993-2010||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|The Tonight Show with Jay Leno||1992-2010||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|The 82nd Annual Academy Awards||2010||TV Special||Herself – Presenter: In Memoriam Segment||Self|
|Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show||2007-2010||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|The Fabulous Picture Show||2009||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|The 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards||2009||TV Special||Herself – Presenter: Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture||Self|
|2008 MTV Video Music Awards||2008||TV Special||Herself – Presenter||Self|
|Tellement People||2008||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Saturday Night Live||1988-2008||TV Series||Herself / Herself – Host / Various||Self|
|Live with Kelly and Ryan||2008||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Imagine||2008||TV Series documentary||Herself||Self|
|Speechless||2008||TV Movie documentary||Herself||Self|
|Cartelera||2007||TV Series||Herself – Interviewee||Self|
|Caiga quien caiga||2007||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Ceremonia de clausura – 55º festival internacional de cine de San Sebastián||2007||TV Movie||Herself||Self|
|Marc Jacobs & Louis Vuitton||2007||TV Movie documentary||Herself||Self|
|Happy Birthday Elton! From Madison Square Garden, New York||2007||TV Movie||Herself||Self|
|13th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards||2007||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|Biography||2007||TV Series documentary||Herself||Self|
|Bobby: The Making of an American Epic||2007||Video documentary short||Herself||Self|
|Corazón de…||2005-2006||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|American Masters||2006||TV Series documentary||Herself||Self|
|La Marató 2005||2005||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|I Love the ’70s||2003||TV Series documentary||Herself||Self|
|The Making of ‘Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle’||2003||TV Short documentary||Herself||Self|
|2003 MTV Movie Awards||2003||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|E! True Hollywood Story||2003||TV Series documentary||Herself||Self|
|HBO First Look||2003||TV Series documentary short||Herself||Self|
|Hollywood’s Hottest||2003||Video documentary||Self|
|Code of Conduct||2001||Video documentary short||Herself||Self|
|Comme au cinéma||2000||TV Series documentary||Herself||Self|
|Bravo Profiles: The Entertainment Business||1998||TV Mini-Series documentary||Herself||Self|
|The 49th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards||1997||TV Special||Herself – Nominee & Presenter||Self|
|1997 VH1 Fashion Awards||1997||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|Lo + plus||1997||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Dennis Pennis R.I.P.||1997||Video||Herself||Self|
|I Think I Cannes||1997||Herself (uncredited)||Self|
|The Rosie O’Donnell Show||1996-1997||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Very Important Pennis||1996-1997||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The 69th Annual Academy Awards||1997||TV Special||Herself (uncredited)||Self|
|The 54th Annual Golden Globe Awards||1997||TV Special||Herself – Nominee||Self|
|Clive Anderson All Talk||1997||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Most Unlikely Heroes||1996||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|The Making of Disney’s ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame’||1996||TV Movie documentary||Herself / Esmeralda||Self|
|The Annual 1995 ShoWest Awards||1995||TV Special||Herself – Winner: Female Star of the Year||Self|
|Hollywood’s Most Powerful Women||1995||TV Movie documentary||Herself||Self|
|The Crypt Keeper Presents: A Spine-Tingling Look at Tales from the Crypt||1995||Documentary short||Herself||Self|
|A Century of Cinema||1994||Documentary||Herself||Self|
|The 19th Annual People’s Choice Awards||1993||TV Special||Herself – Winner & Accepting Award for Favourite Motion Picture||Self|
|Aspel & Company||1993||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|The Arsenio Hall Show||1991-1993||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|The South Bank Show||1993||TV Series documentary||Herself – Guest||Self|
|1992 MTV Movie Awards||1992||TV Special||Herself – Presenter||Self|
|The 64th Annual Academy Awards||1992||TV Special||Herself – Presenter: Best Costume Design||Self|
|The Word||1992||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Late Night with David Letterman||1990-1991||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|The 48th Annual Golden Globe Awards||1991||TV Special||Herself – Nominee: Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy / Musical||Self|
|E.T. – Entretenimento Total||1991||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The 47th Annual Golden Globe Awards||1990||TV Special||Herself – Audience Member||Self|
|The 61st Annual Academy Awards||1989||TV Special||Herself – Presenter||Self|
|Yours to Keep||1989||Documentary||Herself||Self|
|The 39th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards||1987||TV Special||Herself – Audience Member (uncredited)||Self|
|The 41st Annual Golden Globe Awards||1984||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|Hour Magazine||1982||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The American Music Awards||1982||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|Entertainment Tonight||2005-2017||TV Series||Herself||Archive Footage|
|Extra||2015-2017||TV Series||Herself||Archive Footage|
|Boots on the Ground in Haiti||2016||Documentary||Herself||Archive Footage|
|Inside Edition||2015||TV Series documentary||Herself||Archive Footage|
|Leonning maen||2014||TV Series||Molly Jensen||Archive Footage|
|American Greed||2012||TV Series documentary||Herself||Archive Footage|
|Celebrity Naked Ambition||2011||TV Movie documentary||Herself||Archive Footage|
|VH1 News Presents: Plastic Surgery Obsession||2010||TV Movie documentary||Herself||Archive Footage|
|Larry King Live||2006-2009||TV Series||Herself||Archive Footage|
|Ceremonia de inauguración – 56º Festival internacional de cine de San Sebastián||2008||TV Movie||Herself (uncredited)||Archive Footage|
|The O’Reilly Factor||2008||TV Series||Herself – ‘Pinhead’ (segment “Pinheads & Patriots”)||Archive Footage|
|Biography||2007||TV Series documentary||Herself||Archive Footage|
|20 to 1||2006-2007||TV Series documentary||Molly Jensen||Archive Footage|
|La rentadora||2006||TV Series||Herself||Archive Footage|
|The Curse of Superman||2006||TV Movie documentary||Herself (uncredited)||Archive Footage|
|E! True Hollywood Story||2006||TV Series documentary||Herself||Archive Footage|
|Saturday Night Live: The Best of Jon Lovitz||2005||TV Special||Jennifer (uncredited)||Archive Footage|
|101 Sexiest Celebrity Bodies||2005||TV Movie||Herself – Place #59||Archive Footage|
|Tvist||2005||TV Series||Herself||Archive Footage|
|Corazón de…||2005||TV Series||Herself||Archive Footage|
|… A Father… A Son… Once Upon a Time in Hollywood||2005||TV Movie documentary||Meredith Johnson||Archive Footage|
|E! 101 Most Starlicious Makeovers||2004||TV Movie documentary||Herself||Archive Footage|
|Celebrities Uncensored||2003-2004||TV Series||Herself||Archive Footage|
|Die Geschichte des erotischen Films||2004||TV Movie documentary||Archive Footage|
|Love Chain||2003||TV Series||Herself||Archive Footage|
|Celebrity Naked Ambition||2003||TV Movie documentary||Archive Footage|
|MTV Bash: Carson Daly||2003||TV Special||Herself||Archive Footage|
|VH1: All Access||2003||TV Series||Herself||Archive Footage|
|A Few Good Men: From Stage to Screen||2001||Video documentary short||Lt. Cdr. JoAnne Galloway (uncredited)||Archive Footage|
|House of Style||1995||TV Series||Herself||Archive Footage|
|The 63rd Annual Academy Awards||1991||TV Special||Molly Jensen||Archive Footage|
Demi Moore (Guynes) Awards
|2012||Robert Altman Award||Independent Spirit Awards||Margin Call (2011)||Won|
|2006||Hollywood Film Award||Hollywood Film Awards||Ensemble of the Year||Bobby (2006)||Won|
|2004||MTV Movie Award||MTV Movie Awards, Mexico||Sexiest She-Villain (Villana más Sexy)||Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle (2003)||Won|
|2004||Razzie Award||Razzie Awards||Worst Supporting Actress||Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle (2003)||Won|
|1998||Razzie Award||Razzie Awards||Worst Actress||G.I. Jane (1997)||Won|
|1997||Razzie Award||Razzie Awards||Worst Actress||The Juror (1996)||Won|
|1997||Razzie Award||Razzie Awards||Worst Screen Couple||Striptease (1996)||Won|
|1997||Yoga Award||Yoga Awards||Worst Foreign Actress||Striptease (1996)||Won|
|1996||People’s Choice Award||People’s Choice Awards, USA||Favorite Actress in a Dramatic Motion Picture||Won|
|1995||ShoWest Award||ShoWest Convention, USA||Female Star of the Year||Won|
|1994||MTV Movie Award||MTV Movie Awards||Best Kiss||Indecent Proposal (1993)||Won|
|1993||People’s Choice Award||People’s Choice Awards, USA||Favorite Dramatic Motion Picture Actress||Won|
|1991||Saturn Award||Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA||Best Actress||Ghost (1990)||Won|
|2012||Robert Altman Award||Independent Spirit Awards||Margin Call (2011)||Nominated|
|2006||Hollywood Film Award||Hollywood Film Awards||Ensemble of the Year||Bobby (2006)||Nominated|
|2004||MTV Movie Award||MTV Movie Awards, Mexico||Sexiest She-Villain (Villana más Sexy)||Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle (2003)||Nominated|
|2004||Razzie Award||Razzie Awards||Worst Supporting Actress||Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle (2003)||Nominated|
|1998||Razzie Award||Razzie Awards||Worst Actress||G.I. Jane (1997)||Nominated|
|1997||Razzie Award||Razzie Awards||Worst Actress||The Juror (1996)||Nominated|
|1997||Razzie Award||Razzie Awards||Worst Screen Couple||Striptease (1996)||Nominated|
|1997||Yoga Award||Yoga Awards||Worst Foreign Actress||Striptease (1996)||Nominated|
|1996||People’s Choice Award||People’s Choice Awards, USA||Favorite Actress in a Dramatic Motion Picture||Nominated|
|1995||ShoWest Award||ShoWest Convention, USA||Female Star of the Year||Nominated|
|1994||MTV Movie Award||MTV Movie Awards||Best Kiss||Indecent Proposal (1993)||Nominated|
|1993||People’s Choice Award||People’s Choice Awards, USA||Favorite Dramatic Motion Picture Actress||Nominated|
|1991||Saturn Award||Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA||Best Actress||Ghost (1990)||Nominated|