Elisabeth Shue hot young
October 6, 1963
5 ft 2 in | 157 cm
35-25-33 in | 90-64-84 cm
54 kg | 117 pounds
7 US | 37 EU
Elisabeth Shue was born in Wilmington, Delaware, U.S. on October 6, 1963, is an American hot actress. Young Elisabeth Shue began her acting career in television commercials. She made her big screen debut in the martial arts drama film Karate Kid (1984) in role as Ali Mills. Her breakthrough performance came as Chris Parker in comedy film Adventures in Babysitting (1987) .
She was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress for her role as Sera in romantic tragedy movie Leaving Las Vegas (1995) opposite Nicolas Cage.
She played Jordan Mooney in romantic comedy drama film Cocktail (1988) opposite Tom Cruise and Jennifer Parker in science fiction movies Back to the Future Part II (1989) and Back to the Future Part III (1990) opposite Michael J. Fox.
Soapdish (1991) comedy romance with Sally Field and Robert Downey Jr
The Saint (1997) thriller action with Val Kilmer and Roger Moore
Piranha 3D (2010) horror comedy with Ving Rhames and Kelly Brook
Hollow Man (2000) science fiction horror with Kevin Bacon and Josh Brolin
The Trigger Effect (1996) thriller with Kyle MacLachlan and Dermot Mulroney
Death Wish (2018) vigilante action opposite Bruce Willis.
She has German and English ancestry.
She played Julie Finlay in CBS crime drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2012-2015).
She is married to American film and television director Davis Guggenheim, they have three children.
On Cocktail (1988) If I'd known that it was just going to be about these guys throwing drinks around, then I might have had some second thoughts . . .
I may look like the girl next door, but you wouldn't want to live next door to me.
[on acting] The darker, more complex and emotional the part is, the easier it is for me. But I don't take any of that stuff home with me at the end of the day.
I don't have high expectations anymore. Maybe they've just been beaten out of me.
After Leaving Las Vegas I did assume that things would get a lot easier than they've been. But it's just been a mirror of the way my career's been from the beginning, so for it to have changed would have been strange. My career has never been perfect.
Every experience makes you grow.
It took a lot to get attention in my family. No wonder I'm an actress.
Everyone at 'CSI' has been so great to work with, and so great in terms of scheduling. There's a real feeling of family on that set... I've grown to have so much respect for the cast and crew - they're been together so many years and still care about the show and each other.