Kim Basinger hot young
December 8, 1953
5 ft 7 in | 171 cm
34-24-35 in | 86-61-89 cm
57 kg | 125 pounds
8 US | 38 EU
Kim Basinger was born in Athens, Georgia, United States, on December 8, 1953, is an American hot actress and model. Young Kim Basinger began her career as an fashion model and on television in 1976. She made her big screen debut in drama film Hard Country (1981) in role as Jodie. Her breakthrough performance came as the Bond girl Domino Petachi in film Never Say Never Again (1983) opposite Sean Connery.
She won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance as Lynn Bracken in neo-noir crime movie L.A. Confidential (1997).
She played Elizabeth McGraw in romantic drama film 9 1/2 Weeks (1986) opposite Mickey Rourke and Vicki Vale in superhero movie Batman (1989) opposite Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson.
The Natural (1984) sports drama opposite Robert Redford and Glenn Close
Blind Date (1987) romantic comedy opposite Bruce Willis
Wayne's World 2 (1993) comedy opposite Mike Myers
8 Mile (2002) hip hop drama opposite Eminem and Brittany Murphy
The Sentinel (2006) crime thriller opposite Michael Douglas and Eva Longoria
The Door in the Floor (2004) comedy drama with Jeff Bridges and Elle Fanning
Black November (2012) action drama opposite Mickey Rourke
The Nice Guys (2016) neo-noir action comedy opposite Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe
Fifty Shades Darker (2017) and Fifty Shades Freed (2018) romantic drama in role as Elena Lincoln
She started modeling at age of 16.
Had relationships with actor Richard Gere and musician Prince.
She is a vegetarian and an animal rights supporter.
Former high school cheerleader.
She is only actress to star in both the James Bond and Batman franchises.
She was married to actor Alec Baldwin (1993-2002), they have have a daughter, Ireland Eliesse Baldwin.
She studied ballet.
She received a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on July 8, 1992.
I work in a strange business, and trust is a word that's not even in the vocabulary.
I think any girl who comes to Hollywood with beauty symbol or bombshell hanging over her has a rough road.
My hand still shakes when I sign autographs. I still go and sit in the movies like everyone else and look up there and go "God! Movie stars! Wow!" And I'm in this business. I walk out there just fascinated and I always want to stay like that. I'm just a little kid going to these movies and I don't ever want to change.
I'm not a real social person - I'm shy - and a lot of the business is just social.
I've been to fights, and I've seen them on television, but no, I would not call myself a fan of the sport, that particular sport, no.
I just absolutely, totally hated school. It was like a prison to me. I just could not stand that structured, absolute disciplined way of having to deal with life.
You have to be a little unreal to be in this business.