Bonnie Hunt Biography
In 1984, Bonnie Hunt joined Andy Miller, Holly Wortell, and John Gripentrog in co-founding an improvisational comedy group named An Impulsive Thing. The hot Hollywood actress proved to be multitalented. Some of the groups productions included Jean Paul Sartre and Ringo, Bright Lights, Night Baseball, and How Green Were My Values. In 1988, Bonnie Hunt made her first among her Hollywood films, for Rain Man, where she was cast alongside Dustin Hoffman. Rain Man won several awards, and gave the sexy Bonnie Hunt the exposure she needed to make it big in Hollywood.
The hot actress Bonnie Hunt was known for turning down roles in Saturday Night Live, because the shows producers did not like her improvisational style. Bonnie Hunt has cashed in on her quick sense of humor which audiences and talk show hosts love. In 1992, Bonnie Hunt was cast in Beethoven, a movie about a family who falls in love with Saint Bernard dogs and goes through many troubles to keep the dogs safe. Bonnie Hunt also starred in the films sequel. Hollywood then began to see the prowess of Bonnie Hunt.
Bonnie Hunts other films include Dave, Only You, Jumanji, Getting Away with Murder, Now and Then, Jerry Maguire, A Bugs Life, Kissing a Fool, Random Hearts, Green Mile, Return to Me, Stolen Summer, Cheaper by the Dozen and Cheaper by the Dozen 2, and From Hair to Eternity. In Return to Me, the hot actress proved she was multitalented by also serving as a director and screenwriter besides her role as actress in the movie.
During her stint as a famous Hollywood actress, Bonnie Hunt has established herself firmly and has worked with the top names in the field. Bonnie Hunt has also never had a nude scene in any of her movies. She was married to John Murphy in 1998, but announced publicly in 2006 that she was single.