Known for her starring roles in ‘Grease 2’ and ‘Scarface’ in the early 80s, Michelle Pfeiffer is undeniably one of Hollywood’s most prominent actresses.
The actress was nominated for the Oscar three times.
For her role in “Dangerous Liaisons,” she was nominated for a Golden Globe in 1988.
It was her second nomination for ‘The Fabulous Baker Boys’, and her last nomination was for the leading role in ‘Love Field’ in 1993.
Her acting talent knows no genres. She played as successfully in romantic comedies as in thrillers and horrors.
Critics praised her performance as Catwoman in ‘Batman returns’ and referred to her as one of, if not the best actresses to play the character.
I find it surprising that the actress is not a big fan of interviews.
The second of four children born to Richard Pfeiffer (1933-1998), an air-conditioning contractor, and Donna Jean (née Taverna; 1932-2017), a housewife, Michelle Marie Pfeiffer was born on April 29, 1958, in Santa Ana, California. Besides her older brother, Rick (born 1955), she has two younger sisters, Dedee Pfeiffer (born 1964), a television and film actress, and Lori Pfeiffer (born 1965). Both her parents are from North Dakota. She has a paternal grandfather with German ancestry and a paternal grandmother with English, Welsh, French, Irish, and Dutch ancestry. A maternal grandfather with Swiss-German ancestry and a maternal grandmother with Swedish ancestry. Pfeiffer spent her childhood in Midway City, an Orange County community about seven miles (11 kilometers) away.
Michelle Pfeiffer exercises what?
Michelle doesn’t just eat right, and she works out regularly so she can maintain a healthy body.
Do you know what type of exercise she prefers? Just about anything.
She works up a sweat on her pilates reformer or dances on the treadmill when she’s not running four or five miles a day. She also practices yoga at times.
Is there a food that Michelle Pfeiffer loves?
Michelle doesn’t care about a top-notch restaurant and says she’s happiest when eating casual food.
It is Mexican food that she loves most globally, and she told Good Housekeeping. “I’m not a dessert person. I’d rather eat crunchy, salty food.”.
I would rather eat Mexican food than any fancy French meal.”