Jodie Foster was conceived Alicia Christian Foster in Los Angeles, California, on November 19, 1962. The girl of Evelyn “Cognac” Ella and Lucius Fisher Foster III, Foster is the most youthful of four kids.

The future Academy Award champ started her acting vocation at the youthful age of 3, with a part as the Coppertone Girl in a TV advertisement for the notorious brand of suntan moisturizer.

In spite of failing to have taken an acting class, she dove headlong into the big time in 1968 with her first network show, “Mayberry R.F.D”. Foster’s first attack onto the extra large screen, “Napoleon and Samantha” (1972) and “One Little Indian” (1973).

Foster’s life-changing and dubious breakout film part came when she was just 12 years of age. “Cab driver” (1976), a notable and dim Martin Scorsese picture set in the dirty underbelly of 1970s-period New York, saw Foster playing a youngster whore who turns into the fixation of the title character, played by Robert De Niro

. The movie collected Foster an Oscar selection, setting her up as a high school star and prompting parts in well known movies like “Freaky Friday” (1976) and “Foxes” (1980), further establishing her place as Hollywood’s next dear.

Her next generally acclaimed part came in another exceptional and coarse picture, when she played assault survivor Sarah Tobias in “The Accused” (1988).

For this execution, she won both an Academy Award and Golden Globe for Best Actress, setting up her as one of Hollywood’s most regarded genuine performers.

Foster made a solid impression again in 1991 with her execution as FBI specialist Clarice Starling in the blockbuster hit “The Silence of the Lambs” (1991), in which Foster’s character clashes with the exceptional insane person Hannibal Lechter, played by Anthony Hopkins.

For this part, Foster gathered her second Academy Award and Golden Globe.

With the success in her hands, Foster swung to coordinating between her incidental directorial ventures, Foster kept on acting in hit motion pictures, for example, “Maverick” (1994), “Contact” (1997) and the movies crush “Panic Room” (2002).

Foster’s decision of scripts ranges from blockbuster to non mainstream and remote. In “The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys” (2002), she played a religious woman, Sister Assumpta, while additionally delivering the film.

In the wake of taking a little part in a French film,” The Very Long Engagement” (2004), Foster came back to huge spending plan Hollywood passage with Flightplan in 2005.

In her active career she has gained an estimated net worth of $100 million.

Quick Summary

Full name: Alicia Christian Foster

Date of birth: November 19, 1962

Birth place: Los Angeles, California

Age: 54 years

Profession: Actor, Vocing artist, Musician, and Producer

Height: 1.61m

Weight: 108 lbs

Net worth: $100 Million

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