Kathleen Turner hot young
June 19, 1954
5 ft 8 in | 173 cm
35-25-36 in | 89-64-91 cm
61 kg | 134 pounds
8.5 US | 39 EU
Kathleen Turner was born in Springfield, Missouri, United States, on June 19, 1954, is an American hot actress. Young Kathleen Turner began her acting career in the NBC soap opera The Doctors (1977–1979) in role as Nola Dancy Aldrich. She made her big screen debut and achieved rose to international fame in thriller movie Body Heat (1981) opposite William Hurt.
She was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance as Peggy Sue Bodell in comedy drama film Peggy Sue Got Married (1986) with Nicolas Cage. She won two Golden Globe Awards for her roles as Joan Wilder in romantic comedy adventure film Romancing the Stone (1984) opposite Michael Douglas and as Irene Walker in comedy drama film Prizzi's Honor (1985) with Jack Nicholson.
The Virgin Suicides (1999) drama opposite Kirsten Dunst and James Woods
Crimes of Passion (1984) thriller with Anthony Perkins
The War of the Roses (1989) dark comedy with Michael Douglas and Danny DeVito
Serial Mom (1994) black comedy crime opposite Sam Waterston
Beautiful (2000) comedy drama directed by Sally Field
The Jewel of the Nile (1985) action adventure romantic comedy with Michael Douglas and Danny DeVito
The Man with Two Brains (1983) science fiction comedy opposite Steve Martin
Undercover Blues (1993) comedy opposite Dennis Quaid
Moonlight and Valentino (1995) comedy drama opposite Gwyneth Paltrow and Whoopi Goldberg
She was nominated two times for the Tony Award for her performances as Maggie in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and as Martha in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?.
She was awarded twice for Lifetime Achievement Awards, in 2004 at the Savannah Film and Video Festival and in 2007 at Provincetown International Film Festival.
She was a former gymnast and performed her own stunts in movies. She was married to real estate entrepreneur Jay Weiss (1984-2007), they had one daughter.
Crimes of Passion, which is one of the best films I've done, will live strongly in my resume, even though it didn't do well.
I figured as I got older, the good roles for women would be in the theatre. So 15 years ago I started building a Broadway career to try and develop the chops to be accepted as a great theatrical actress.
I'm not a naturalistic actor. I believe acting is a planned process of communication. I don't see anything naturalistic about it.
I sign more Jessica Rabbit photos than mine, almost. I'm not kidding. Isn't that crazy?
When I'm really hot, I can walk into a room and if a man doesn't look at me, he's probably gay.