Jennifer Grey and Her Husband, Matthew Broderick
Jennifer Grey has had a long and successful career in Hollywood. She has starred in many movies and television shows.
She became famous for her role as Baby in the movie Dirty Dancing. She has also been nominated for a Golden Globe Award for her role in that film.
Dirty Dancing (1987)
The 1987 film Dirty Dancing is one of the most beloved movies of all time and paved the way for Jennifer Grey to become an international star. She starred as Frances “Baby” Houseman in the film, which was based on her own childhood experiences.
The movie follows the romance of teen Frances “Baby” Houseman (Jennifer Grey) and her camp dance instructor Johnny Castle (Patrick Swayze). They fall in love on vacation at a hotel in Catskill, New York.
Dirty Dancing is a rousing romantic musical that takes audiences to places they never thought possible, thanks to its blend of dance and drama. Its story of an untried teen girl learning to dance and finding her true identity is one that speaks to audiences on levels almost too deep to understand, and the film’s music and choreography are as compelling today as they were when it was released in 1987.
Despite the success of Dirty Dancing, Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey did not get along on the set of the film, with tensions arising throughout their time together. Swayze died of pancreatic cancer in 2009 and Grey has now opened up about their relationship in her autobiography Out of the Corner.
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)
Matthew Broderick plays Ferris Bueller, a glib high schooler who ditches his boring class schedule for a day of fun in Chicago. He goes with his best friend Cameron (Alan Ruck) and girlfriend Sloane, and they explore Chicago’s fine dining, culture and historic sites together.
The film also has a lot to say about the hiearchy of teachers, deans and parents that most teenagers are stuck with all year. As usual, Hughes slaps these small-potatoes authority figures in the face with his rapier wit.
After faking illness, Ferris convinces his parents to let him stay home from school, and then he goes off for a day of adventure. He borrows his father’s Ferrari, springs his girlfriend from class and tries to break his friend Cameron out of his shell.
Dancing With the Stars (2010)
DWTS was the launching pad for Grey’s career, but her life wasn’t perfect before she started the show. She’d been involved in a car accident that caused chronic neck problems.
Thankfully, she took advantage of her DWTS experience to get treatment for her condition. She went on to compete in three seasons of the show.
The former Bachelorette had some rough times on the show, including a sabotaging critique from judge Carrie Ann Inaba. But she eventually came out on top, winning the Mirror Ball trophy with Derek Hough.
The duo was crowned the winners of season 11 and appeared on Good Morning America to celebrate their victory. They beat out finalists Bristol Palin and Mark Ballas and runners-up Kyle Massey and Lacey Schwimmer. Their performance was intense and showed off their amazing dance skills. They were clearly over the moon with their win!
The Road to Christmas (2006)
When a high-powered fashion photographer gets snowed in in Aspen, she accepts a ride from a widower and his daughter. They open their home to her until the roads clear.
Looking for Christmas movies, do you know of any?
It is about a poor family, and they have two kids. One of the kids has a horse.
The horse is broken and they get a toy horse, but they want their horse back. Then they meet Santa Claus who makes a deal with them, and gives them their horse back.
It is a very sad movie. But it is good to watch.
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