Name: Jodie Foster
Jodie Foster Birth Name: Alicia Christian F.
Jodie Foster Born: 19th November, 1962
Jodie Foster Birth Place: Los Angeles, USA
Jodie Foster Nationality: American
Education: Yale University
Jodie Foster Father: Lucius Foster III
Jodie Foster Mother: Evelyn Foster
Jodie Foster Sisters: Constance Foster (-55) Lucinda Foster (-52)
Jodie Foster Brother: Lucius Foster IV
Jodie Foster Children: Kit (09.29.01)
Alicia Christian "Jodie" Foster an American director, actress and producer was born on 19th November, 1962 in Los Angeles, California. Jodie Foster has won Golden Globe, BAFTA and two times cademy Award.
Jodie Foster’s earliest noteworthy role came in the year of 1976 as an underage prostitute in Taxi Driver, and for this movie Jodie Foster achieved an Oscar recommendation for the Best Supporting Actress. Jodie Foster won the Oscar award for the Best Actress in 1988 for performing a rape survivor in The Accused. And in the year of 1991, Jodie Foster starred in The Silence of the Lambs as the Clarice Starling, an exceptional FBI apprentice, supporting in a track for a serial killer. And for this performance, Jodie Foster obtained international acclaim and also Oscar Award for the Best Actress. Her roles and films have crossed a broad variety of genres, comprised comedy, romance, crime, thrillers, science fiction and children’s movies. Later popular films contain the box office successes
Jodie Foster was the daughter of Lucius Fisher Foster III and Evelyn ‘Brandy’ Ella. Jodie Foster father was an Air Force Lieutenant-Colonel. Jodie Foster mother helped her through working as a movie producer. After emerging as a kid a numerous commercials, Jodie Foster formed her initial credited TV appearance on The Doris Day Show. And Jodie Foster first movie role was in 1970 TV movie Menace on the Mountain, which was pursued through several Disney making.
Jodie Foster joined French-speaking prep school, the Lycée Français de Los Angeles, and got the degree of graduation in 1980 as valedictorian. Then Jodie Foster attended the Yale University. Jodie Foster completed B.A. in literature and got the degree of graduation in magna cum laude in 1985.
Jodie Foster completed about 50 movies and TV appearances in her career. At the age of 3 Jodie Foster started her career as a Coppertone Girl in a television commercial.
When Jodie Foster was 14 years old, Jodie Foster hosted the Saturday Night Live. Jodie Foster thought that Jodie Foster was the youngest girl to host but Drew Barrymore has hosted at age seven. Then Jodie Foster said, “I think all of us when we look back on our childhood, we always think of it as somebody else. It's just a completely different place. But I was lucky to be around in the '70s and to really be making movies in the '70s with some great filmmakers — the most exciting time, for me, in American Cinema. I learned a lot from some very interesting artists -- and I learned a lot about the business at a young age, because, for whatever reason, I was paying attention; so it was kind of invaluable in my career."
In 1980, Jodie Foster took the character of teen fugitive who enrolls with a pair of celebration hustlers in “Carney”. And in the year of 1981, Jodie Foster survived an epidemic of unwanted advertising surrounding John Hinckley Jr.’s murder attempt on the President Reagan, in which he alleged that he was done to amaze Foster.
In the year of 1984, while studying at Yale, Jodie Foster clutched in TV and movies, most particularly as an opponent of an alternative family in the movie "The Hotel New Hampshire."
And in 1987, Jodie Foster occupied in "Five Corners." And in 1988 to 1991, Jodie Foster merged her status with the Oscar-winning depictions of rape causality in “The Accused," and also a recruit FBI representative in Jonathan Dame’s psychological thriller, "The Silence of the Lambs" individually.
In 1991, Jodie Foster had her organizational debut with "Little Man Tate." Jodie Foster chose a topic close to abode, a child sensation that is seized in tug-of-war involving with his teacher (Dianne Wiest) and working-class mother (played by Foster).
In 1992, Jodie Foster worked as a prostitute in Woody Allen’s "Shadows and Fog," and also performed contrary with Richard Gere in attire drama, “Somersby”.
And in 1995, Jodie Foster formed her second managerial attempt in ensemble wit "Home for the Holidays," about a newly fired woman who revisits to her babyhood home to commemorate Thanksgiving with her unconventional family. The movie achieved mixed significant reviews, but her sure treatment of the artists (comprised Robert Downey Jr., Anne Bancroft and Holly Hunter) was cited.
In 1999, Jodie Foster starred in leading role in "Anna and the King" for 20th Century Fox, with executive Andy Tenant. And in 2002, Jodie Foster co-starred and produced as one-legged priest in "The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys" which premiered at 2002 Sundance Film Festival. Jodie Foster starred in David Fincher's box-office hit, "Panic Room."
Jodie Foster has 2 sons:
Jodie Foster has not exposed the uniqueness of her husband or specifies of their commencement.
Jodie Foster is an atheist. Jodie Foster does not pursue any "traditional religion." Jodie Foster has discussed god of the gaps. Jodie Foster has "great respect for all religions". Jodie Foster passes "a lot of time studying divine texts, whether it's Eastern religion or Western religion.”
2002 - Hollywood Discovery Award for Outstanding Achievement in Acting at the Hollywood Film Festival
1998 - Saturn Award for Contact at the Academy of Science Fiction
1998 - Audience Award for Contact at the Rembrandt Awards
1997 - Douglas Sirk Award for - at the FilmFest Hamburg
1997 - Doctor of Fine Arts for - at the Yale
1997 - Audience Award for - at the European Film Awards
1996 - Actor of the Decade Award for - at the Chicago Film Festival
1996 - Golden Camera for - at the -
1996 - Crystal Award for - at the Women in Film CA
1996 - Vision Award for - at the -
1996 - Board Governors Award for - at the Am. Society of Cinematographers
1996 - Berlinale Camera for - at the Berlin Film Festival
1995 - Actor for Nell at the Screen Actors Guild Awards
1995 - David Award for Nell at the David di Donatello Awards
1995 - for - Nell at the Munich Film Festival
1995 - People's Choice Award for - at the PCA
1995 - SEFCA Award for Nell at the Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards
1995 - Golden Camera for - at the Golden Camera
1995 - SAG Award for Nell at the Screen Actors Guild Awards
1992 - ShoWest Award for - at the ShoWest Convention
1992 - Chainsaw Award for Silence of the Lambs at the Fangoria Awards
1992 - Golden Globes for Silence of the Lambs at the Golden Globes
1992 - Oscar for Silence of the Lambs at the Academy Awards
1992 - Women of the Year- at the Hasty Pudding Theatricals
1992 - BAFTA Film Award for Silence of the Lambs at the British Academy Awards
1991 - - forSilence of the Lambs at the Chicago Film Critics
1991 - Film Excellence Award for - at the -
1991 - Piper Heidsieck Award for Little Man Tate at the Boston Film Festival
1991 - NYFCC for Silence of the Lambs at the New York Film Critics Awards
1989 - Independent Spirit Award for Five Corners at the Independent Spirit Awards
1989 - Oscar for The Accused at the Academy Awards
1989 - KCFCC Award for The Accused at the Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards
1989 - Golden Globe for The Accused at the Golden Globes
1988 - NBR Award for The Accused at the National Board of Review, USA
1988 - David Award for The Accused at the David di Donatello Awards
1977 - KCFCC Award for Taxi Driver at the Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards
1978 - Saturn Award for The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane at the Saturn Awards
1977 - Special David Award for Taxi Driver at the David di Donatello Awards
1977 - Emmy Award for Rookie of the Year at the Emmy Awards
1977 - NSFC Award for Taxi Driver at the National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA
1977 - BAFTA Film Award for Bugsy Malone at the British Academy Awards
1976 - NSFC Award for Taxi Driver at the National Society of Film Critics
1976 - Italian Comedy Award for Bugsy Malone at the -
1976 - New Generation Award for- at the Los Angeles Film Critics
2006 - Saturn Award for Flightplan at the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films
2003 - Saturn Award for Panic Room at the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films
2001 - Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Special Class Special at the Daytime Emmy Awards
1999 - Emmy for The Baby Dance at the Emmy Awards
1998 - Blockbuster Entertainment Award for- Contact at the BEA
1998 - Golden Globe for Contact at the Golden Globes
1995 - Golden Globe for Nell at the Goden Globes
1995 - MTV Movie Award for Nell at the MTV Movie Awards
1995 - Oscar for Nell at the Academy Awards
1992 - Saturn Award for Silence of the Lambs at the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films
1992 - ALFS Award for Silence of the Lambs at the London Critics Circle Awards
1990 - BAFTA Film Award for The Accused at the British Academy Awards
1981 - Young Artists Award for Foxes at the Young Artists Awards
1977 - Oscar for Taxi Driver at the Academy Awards
1977 - Golden Globe for Freaky Friday at the Golden Globes
1976 - NYFCC Award for Taxi Driver at the New York Film Critics