Bridget Fonda, 59, was recently photographed by the paparazzi after a long time out of the spotlight. It’s unclear how they recognized her, but the actress is a member of a famous film family – her father was Peter Fonda, her aunt is Jane Fonda, and her grandfather was Henry Fonda.
Bridget was a popular figure in the 1990s, with her stunning blonde looks and bright smile gracing the red carpet and magazines. She’s best known for her roles in films like The Godfather III (1990), Single White Female (1992), Singles (1992), Point of No Return (1993), and Jackie Brown (1997).
Despite her success, Bridget decided to leave Hollywood in the early 2000s, shortly after marrying composer Danny Elfman.
She wanted to focus on her family life and raise their son, Oliver, who was born in 2005. Some speculate that a serious accident she had that same year, which resulted in a fractured vertebra, also influenced her decision to leave acting behind.
Although Bridget has largely stayed out of the public eye since retiring from acting, the paparazzi recently caught her and Oliver returning from a vacation.
When asked if she wants to return to Hollywood, she said no. It seems that she’s content with her life and doesn’t regret stepping away from the glamorous world of showbiz.