Kim Basinger The Actors, Who Starred In The Raunchy 1986…

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She then won the title “Junior Miss Georgia”. Directors repeated her in their films, such as Blake Edwards for The Man Who Loved Women (1983) and Blind Date (1987), as well as Robert Altman for Fool for Love (1985) and Prêt-à-Porter (1994). Later, Petty is shown throwing her into the sea. Basinger acted less in the 1990s to take care of her family. She made a comeback in 1997 as the femme fatale in the neo-noir L.A. Confidential, co-starring Russell Crowe. The marriage ended in divorce in 1988.

Rourke And Basinger to Reunite for New Movie Mickey Rourke is set to reunite with his Nine 12 Weeks co-star Kim Basinger for a new political thriller. The actors, who starred in the raunchy 1986… [link]

Her Father Donald Wade Basinger Was A Big Band Musician And Loan

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Kim Basinger
Kim Basinger
Kim Basinger
Kim Basinger
Kim Basinger


Her father, Donald Wade Basinger, was a big band musician and loan manager who as a U.S. Army soldier landed in Normandy on D-Day (June 6, 1944). When Basinger was 16, she started modeling by winning the Athens Junior Miss contest. She competed in the national Junior Miss pageant and was offered a modeling contract with Ford Modeling Agency. She alternated between modeling and attending acting classes at the Neighborhood Playhouse as well as performing in Greenwich Village clubs. in 1976, after five years as a cover girl, Basinger moved to Los Angeles to act.

Basingers Ancestry Includes German Swedish Irish And Native American And Kim Basinger Was

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Kim Basinger
Kim Basinger


Her mother, Ann (née Cordell), was a model, an actress, and a swimmer who appeared in several Esther Williams films. Basinger’s ancestry includes German, Swedish, Irish and Native American, and she was raised a Methodist. She then won the title “Junior Miss Georgia”.