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Jane Fonda

Jane Fonda hot young

Birth Date

December 21, 1937


United States

Sun Sign


Natural hair color


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5 ft 8 in | 173 cm

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Body Measurements

36-25-35 in | 91.5-63.5-89 cm


57 kg | 126 pounds

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Shoe size

9 US | 39.5 EU

Jane Fonda young Mini Bio best movies

Early acting career First film Breakthrough

Jane Seymour Fonda was born in New York City, U.S., on December 21, 1937, is an American hot actress. Young Jane Fonda made her big screen debut in the romantic comedy film Tall Story (1960) in role as June Ryder. She made her Broadway debut in play There Was a Little Girl (1960) in role as Toni Newton, for which she received an Tony Award nominations. Her breakthrough performance came as Kitty Twist in drama movie Walk on the Wild Side (1962), for which she won an Golden Globe for Most Promising Newcomer.

Best films Awards

She won two Academy Award for Best Actress for her roles in neo noir crime thriller film Klute (1971) as Bree Daniels and in wartime drama film Coming Home (1978) as Sally Hyde.

She was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performances in movies:

They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969) melodrama in role as Gloria Beatty

Julia (1977) drama in role as Lillian Hellman

The China Syndrome (1979) disaster thriller in role as Kimberly Wells

The Morning After (1986) mystery thriller in role as Alexandra "Alex" Sternbergen / Viveca Van Loren

She was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Chelsea Thayer Wayne in drama film On Golden Pond (1981).

Cat Ballou (1965) comedy Western musical opposite Lee Marvin

Barbarella (1968) science fiction in role as Barbarella

Old Gringo (1989) romantic adventure opposite Gregory Peck

Steelyard Blues (1973) comedy crime opposite Donald Sutherland

California Suite (1978) comedy opposite Michael Caine

Comes a Horseman (1978) western drama opposite James Caan

Georgia Rule (2007) comedy drama with Lindsay Lohan

The Morning After (1986) mystery with Jeff Bridges

The Electric Horseman (1979) western adventure romance opposite Robert Redford

Barefoot in the Park (1967) romance comedy opposite Robert Redford

Youth (2015) comedy drama with Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel

Fathers & Daughters (2015) drama with Amanda Seyfried and Russell Crowe

Our Souls at Night (2017) romantic drama opposite Robert Redford

Book Club (2018) drama romance opposite Diane Keaton and Andy Garcia


Jane is a daughter of Henry Fonda.

She was twice on the cover of Vogue magazine.

Her aerobics video "Jane Fonda's Workout" sold over 17 million copies.

Was a close friend of Gregory Peck.

She's inducted into the California Hall of Fame in December 2008.

She has been married three times, has three children.


I would have given up acting in a minute. I didn't like how it set me apart from other people.

Working in Hollywood does give one a certain expertise in the field of prostitution.

People think movies actresses find public speaking easy, and it's not easy at all; we're used to hiding behind masks.

Our youth deserve the opportunity to complete their high school and college education, free of early parenthood. Their future children deserve the opportunity to grow up in financially and emotionally stable homes. Our communities benefit from healthy, productive, well-prepared young people.

We cannot always control our thoughts, but we can control our words, and repetition impresses the subconscious, and we are then master of the situation.

I took every chance I could to meet with U.S. soldiers. I talked with them and read the books they gave me about the war. I decided I needed to return to my country and join with them - active duty soldiers and Vietnam Veterans in particular - to try and end the war.

I love films that make you feel good when you come out and, in my opinion, there's not enough of them these days.

I lived in France during the '60s. I was there from the early '60s until 1970, so my view of the '60s is more global. It was a time of tremendous transition, not only for America but for the whole world.