Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 3 Philanthropy 4 Personal life 5 Filmography 5.1 Film 5.2 Television 6 References 7 Bibliography 8 External links


Early life[edit] Griffith was born in Manhattan, to actress Tippi Hedren and Peter Griffith, a former child stage actor and advertising executive.[4][5] She is of Swedish, Norwegian, German, and English descent.[citation needed] Griffith's parents divorced when she was 4 years old,[3] after which her father married model-actress Nanita Greene and had two more children: Tracy Griffith, who also became an actress, and Clay A. Griffith, a set designer. Her mother married agent and producer Noel Marshall.[3] During her childhood and adolescent years, she lived part of the time in New York with her father and part-time in Antelope Valley, California, where her mother formed the animal preserve Shambala. Griffith appeared in advertisements and briefly worked as a child model before abandoning the career, citing extreme shyness as the reason.[3] While attending the Hollywood Professional School, Griffith was advanced in her studies, which allowed her to skip a grade level and graduate at age 16.[4][6]


Career[edit] A teenage Griffith in The Garden (1977) Griffith began acting at nine months of age in a commercial[7] and later appeared as an extra in Smith! (1969) and The Harrad Experiment (1973). Her first major role was in Arthur Penn's Night Moves (1975), in which she did several racy nude scenes at the age of 17. This drew attention to her and typecast her as a nymphet in films such as Smile, The Drowning Pool (both also 1975), and One on One (1977). She was cast as "Melanie", the daughter of her real life mother, Tippi Hedren, in the film Roar (1981), directed by then-stepfather Noel Marshall. During the filming she was attacked by a lion and had 50 stitches to her face; it was feared she would lose an eye but in the end the wound was not disfiguring.[8] She then appeared in the made-for-television movie She's in the Army Now (1981) with Jamie Lee Curtis and Steven Bauer, whom she married shortly after the film premiered. Griffith's well-known drug and alcohol addictions stalled her career,[9] but she made a comeback at age 26 with her role as a porn actress in the Brian De Palma thriller Body Double (1984). The film, although a commercial failure, earned her the National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actress. It led to her first starring role in Jonathan Demme's Something Wild (1986), which became a cult favorite.[10] Griffith also starred in the science fiction film Cherry 2000, which went straight to video in 1988 but has also become a cult favorite. She achieved mainstream success when Mike Nichols cast her as spunky secretary Tess McGill in the box office hit Working Girl (1988), co-starring Harrison Ford, Sigourney Weaver, Alec Baldwin and Joan Cusack. Griffith's performance was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress and won her the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy. Griffith with Robert Redford and Sônia Braga, Cannes Film Festival 1988 Griffith's next major role was opposite Matthew Modine in the urban thriller Pacific Heights (1990). She worked continuously in mainstream films throughout the 1990s, starring in features such as The Bonfire of the Vanities (1990) with Tom Hanks and Bruce Willis, Shining Through and A Stranger Among Us (both 1992), Born Yesterday (1993) with then-husband Don Johnson, Milk Money and Nobody's Fool (both 1994), Now and Then (1995), and Two Much (1996), where she co-starred with Antonio Banderas, whom she married the year the film was released. Griffith received a Golden Globe nomination for her performance in the successful TV movie Buffalo Girls (1995), alongside Anjelica Huston. In 1998 she appeared in Woody Allen's Celebrity which featured an all-star cast. Later that year, she starred as a free-spirited heroin user in the independent film Another Day in Paradise (1998), a performance that some critics described as the best of her career.[11] In 1999, Griffith starred in Crazy in Alabama, a film directed by Banderas and produced by Greenmoon Productions, the company that she and Banderas formed together. In the film, Griffith played an eccentric woman who kills her husband and heads to Hollywood to become a movie star. Also in 1999, Griffith made her stage debut at the Old Vic in London, England, where she acted with Cate Blanchett in The Vagina Monologues.[12] In the HBO made-for-TV film RKO 281, she played 1920s and 1930s movie star Marion Davies, and received an Emmy nomination for her portrayal.[13] In 2000, she co-starred with Stephen Dorff in Cecil B. Demented and Patrick Swayze in Forever Lulu. In 2002, she voiced the character of Margalo the bird in 102 Dalmatians. In 2003, Griffith made her Broadway debut playing Roxie Hart in the musical Chicago. Untrained in song and dance, she still impressed New York Times theater critic Ben Brantley, who wrote: "Ms. Griffith is a sensational Roxie, possibly the most convincing I have seen" and "[the] vultures who were expecting to see Ms. Griffith stumble...will have to look elsewhere".[14] Griffith's celebratory reviews made it a box office success.[15][16][17] She returned to the stage in 2012 in a play written by Scott Caan, titled No Way Around but Through, in which she played his mother.[18] She played Caan's mother again during 2014–16 in a recurring role on his television show Hawaii Five-0. In 2016, she filmed with Caan's father James Caan and Jon Voight in a TV-movie titled J.L. Ranch.[19] After that, she will act with Al Pacino in the film Where the White Man Runs Away.[20] Prior to Hawaii Five-0, Griffith's television work included the short-lived WB sitcom Twins (2005–06), and the 2007 series Viva Laughlin, which was canceled after two episodes.[21][22] Her 2012 television pilot, This American Housewife (produced by Banderas), was not picked up by Lifetime.[18] In the interim, Griffith guest-starred on Nip/Tuck and Hot in Cleveland. In 2014, Griffith reunited onscreen with Banderas in the science fiction film Automata directed by Gabe Ibanez. She filed for divorce that same year. She then had a role in Day Out of Days (2015), directed by Zoe Cassavetes. In 2016, she signed to be a guest-star on Hulu's The Path.[23] In 2017, Griffith costarred opposite Al Pacino and Evan Peters in The Pirates of Somalia, a biopic about journalist Jay Bahadur;[24] and played Jean Shelton in James Franco's The Disaster Artist, a comedy based on Greg Sestero's book of the same name.[25] She has also signed to play Mrs. Robinson in the stage version of The Graduate at the Laguna Playhouse in California in 2018.[26]


Philanthropy[edit] Griffith supports the efforts of Children's Hospital Los Angeles helping to lead Walk for Kids, a community 5k, to raise funds as part of the hospital's community awareness efforts in support of the opening of a new state-of-the-art pediatric inpatient facility. She also participated in the hospital's 2012 Noche de Niños gala as a presenter of a Courage to Care Award.[27]


Personal life[edit] Griffith with then-husband Don Johnson at the APLA benefit in September 1990 At age 14, Griffith began dating Don Johnson, her mother's 22-year-old co-star in The Harrad Experiment.[28] The relationship culminated in a six-month marriage from January to July 1976.[28] She was later romantically linked to actors Jack Nicholson,[29] Warren Beatty,[30] and Ryan O'Neal.[31] In her autobiography, A Paper Life, Tatum O'Neal alleged that Griffith dragged her into an orgy with Maria Schneider and a male hairdresser during the time of her father's relationship with Griffith.[32] On September 8, 1981, Griffith married Steven Bauer, her co-star from the TV film She's in the Army Now. They had a son, Alexander Griffith Bauer, born on August 22, 1985. The couple divorced in 1989 after a long separation.[33] Griffith later admitted to having problems with cocaine and liquor after her split from Bauer. "What I did was drink myself to sleep at night," she said. "If I wasn't with someone, I was an unhappy girl."[28] In 1988, after completing rehabilitation[34] Griffith reconnected with Johnson. They remarried on June 26, 1989. Their daughter, Dakota Johnson, was born on October 4, 1989. They separated in March 1994,[28] reconciled later that year, but separated again[35] in May 1995. Griffith with Antonio Banderas at the Shrek Forever After premiere (2010) Griffith then fell in love with Antonio Banderas, her married co-star from Two Much.[36][37] After their respective divorces were finalized, Griffith and Banderas married on May 14, 1996.[38] Their daughter, Stella del Carmen Banderas, was born on September 24, 1996. In 2000, Griffith returned to rehab for treatment of a painkiller addiction.[39] In August 2009, Griffith returned to rehab again for what her publicist called "part of a routine plan."[40] She had a three-month stay. In December of that year, she had surgery for skin cancer.[41] In June 2014, Griffith and Banderas released a statement announcing their intention to divorce "in a loving and friendly manner."[42] According to the petition filed in the Los Angeles Superior Court, the couple had "irreconcilable differences" that led to the divorce.[43] In December 2015, their divorce was finalized.[44] Banderas has stated that he will always love Griffith,[45] and Griffith appeared alongside Banderas in the 2014 film Automata, which they filmed amidst their divorce proceedings.[45] Griffith is a registered member of the Democratic Party.[46]


Filmography[edit] Film[edit] Year Film Role Notes 1969 Smith! Extra Uncredited 1973 The Harrad Experiment Extra Uncredited 1975 Night Moves Delly Grastner 1975 The Drowning Pool Schuyler Devereaux 1975 Smile Karen Love 1977 The Garden Young Girl 1977 One on One The Hitchhiker 1977 Joyride Susie 1981 Roar Melanie 1981 Underground Aces Lucy 1984 Body Double Holly Body National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actress Nominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture Nominated — New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actress (2nd place) 1985 Fear City Loretta 1986 Something Wild Audrey Hankel aka Lulu Nominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy 1987 Cherry 2000 Edith 'E' Johnson Direct-to-video 1988 The Milagro Beanfield War Flossie Devine 1988 Stormy Monday Kate 1988 Working Girl Tess McGill Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actress Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Nominated — Academy Award for Best Actress Nominated — BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominated — National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actress (3rd place) 1990 In the Spirit Hadley 1990 Pacific Heights Patty Palmer 1990 The Bonfire of the Vanities Maria Ruskin 1991 Paradise Lily Reed 1992 Shining Through Linda Voss Goldene Kamera Award for Best International Actress 1992 A Stranger Among Us Emily Eden 1993 Born Yesterday Billie Dawn 1994 Milk Money Eve - 'V' 1994 Nobody's Fool Toby Roebuck 1995 Now and Then Tina 'Teeny' Tercell 1995 Two Much Betty Kerner 1996 Mulholland Falls Katherine Hoover 1997 Lolita Charlotte Haze 1998 Another Day in Paradise Sid 1998 Shadow of Doubt Kitt Devereux Direct-to-video 1998 Celebrity Nicole Oliver 1999 Crazy in Alabama Lucille Vinson 2000 Cecil B. Demented Honey Whitlock 2001 Tart Diane Milford Direct-to-video 2002 Searching for Debra Winger Herself Documentary film 2002 Stuart Little 2 Margalo Voice 2003 The Night We Called It a Day Barbara Marx Direct-to-video Nominated — Australian Film Institute Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role 2003 Shade Eve 2003 Tempo Sarah Direct-to-video 2010 A Turtle's Tale: Sammy's Adventures Snow 2012 Yellow Patsy 2012 Dino Time Tyra Voice 2013 Dark Tourist Betsy Direct-to-video 2014 Autómata Susan Dupré 2014 Thirst Sue Short film 2015 Day Out of Days Kathy 2017 The Disaster Artist Jean Shelton 2017 The Pirates of Somalia Maria Bahadur Television[edit] Year Title Role Notes 1976 Once an Eagle Jinny Massengale TV mini-series 1978 Daddy, I Don't Like it Like This Girl in Hotel Television film 1978 Starsky & Hutch Julie McDermott Episode: "The Action" 1978 Steel Cowboy Johnnie TV movie 1978 The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries Stacey Blain Episode: "The House on Possessed Hill" 1978 Carter Country Tracy Quinn 2 episodes 1979 Vega$ Dawn Peters Episode: "Red Handed" 1981 The Star Maker Dawn Barnett Youngblood TV movie 1981 She's in the Army Now Pvt. Sylvie Knoll TV movie 1981 Golden Gate Karen TV movie 1985 Alfred Hitchcock Presents Girl Episode: "Pilot" 1987 Miami Vice Christine von Marburg Episode: "By Hooker by Crook" 1990 Women & Men: Stories of Seduction Lureen TV movie 1995 Buffalo Girls Dora DuFran Nominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film 1998 Me & George unaired TV pilot[47] 1999 RKO 281 Marion Davies Nominated — Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress – Miniseries or a Movie Nominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film 2000 Along for the Ride Lulu McAfee TV movie 2005 Heartless Miranda Wells TV movie 2005–2006 Twins Lee Arnold Series regular, 18 episodes 2006 Robot Chicken Christine von Marburg Episode: "Password: Swordfish" 2007 Viva Laughlin Bunny Baxter Series regular, 8 episodes, but only 2 aired 2010 Nip/Tuck Brandie Henry Episode: "Sheila Carlton" 2011 Hot in Cleveland Melanie Griffith Episode: "Sisterhood of the Traveling SPANX" 2012 American Housewife Leila Swift Unaired Lifetime series 2012 Raising Hope Tamara 2 episodes 2012 DTLA Bryan's mother 2 episodes 2013 Call Me Crazy: A Five Film Kristin Television film, segment: "Maggie" 2014–2016 Hawaii Five-0 Clara Williams 4 episodes 2015 The Brainy Bunch Grandmother unaired TV pilot[48] 2016 JL Ranch (Texas Blood) Laura Lee Schafer TV movie 2017 The Path Jackie Episode: "Return"


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