Demi Moore's Human Design Chart

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          Demi Moore's Biography

          American model turned screen actress whose starring role in Ghost (1990), the highest-grossing film of that year, earned her a Golden Globe nomination. In 1996, Moore became the highest-paid actress in film history when she received an unprecedented $12.5 million to star in Striptease which bombed at the box-office in spite of her buff body strutting and stripping. She was born to teenage parents with a mother who remarried. By age 13 she had made about 48 moves and been to some 30 schools. At 15, her mother left her stepdad, Duane Guynes, who committed suicide two months later, a month before Demi’s 16th birthday. Demi quit school and began modeling, doing a nude layout in OUI magazine. Moving into acting, she played in the daytime soap General Hospital (1982–1984), with a film debut in Choices (1981). She stumbled into a marriage with rock musician Freddy Moore, well into the high life of drugs and booze. She did rehab in order to get a role in the film St. Elmo’s Fire (1985), where she met Emilio Estevez. They became engaged but cancelled the wedding at the last minute. On 21 November 1987 she married actor Bruce Willis. Their three adorable daughters were born in August 1988, June 1991 and March 1994. Her film credits gradually increased up to the huge hit Ghost (1990). She had no problem with nudity in films or magazine covers, appearing on Vanity Fair when eight months pregnant in order to show her glorious body during pregnancy and after. In early 1998, Moore and Willis became ensnared in a messy, highly publicized $300,000 lawsuit against former nanny Kim Tannahil, whom they claim reneged on personal loans and violated a confidentiality agreement. The nanny in turn sued them for $900,000 in damages and back pay. On 24 June 1998, Moore’s publicist announced that she and Willis were separating after more than ten years marriage, victims of the Hollywood syndrome of too high a profile and too much time apart on separate interests. Their complicated lives were dominated by conflicting work schedules, bodyguards, handlers and lawyers with too little time for the leisure and intimacy of average marriages. When making G.I. Jane in Richmond, Virginia two years prior, Moore rented a mansion and installed a support staff of three nannies, cook, trainer, makeup artist, hairdresser and personal assistant. They finally separated in 1998 and divorced in 2000. Moore settled down in her home at Hailey, Idaho, to all appearances content to be a mother and unassuming local citizen, attending school plays and parent-teacher conferences instead of high fashion in the latest club-scene. By 2001, she had chalked up two years of a stable relationship with martial arts instructor Oliver Whitcomb. By 2003, she was being courted by Ashton Kutcher, a younger man by about 15 years. Their relationship was covered extensively by the press, including the fact that her children and her ex, Bruce Willis, approved. Moore married Kutcher on 24 September 2005 in their Beverly Hills, California

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