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Actress, director, former model and songwriter, Demi Moore is one of Hollywood’s most famous figures. Moore can be described as a self-made woman having quit school at the age of 16 to pursue a career in modeling and acting. After featuring in a number of minor roles, she eventually attained A-list status for her lead role in the 1986 romantic comedy About Last Night.
The talented actress gained further recognition including a Golden Globe nomination for her work in the highly acclaimed 1990 romantic thriller Ghost, which was a box office monster. She hit further box-office gold with roles in films like A Few Good Men (1992), Indecent Proposal (1993) and Disclosure (1994).
Demi Moore became the first Hollywood actress to surpass the $10 million salary mark in 1996 when she earned an unprecedented $12.5 million for her role in the erotic comedy film Striptease. She also had the lead role in the 1997 action film G.I. Jane after which she took a hiatus from acting.
The talented actress made a return at the turn of the century and has since remained consistent having recorded roles in films like Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle (2003), Half Light (2006), Bobby (2006), Mr. Brooks (2007), and Rough Night (2017). Moore has equally recorded a number of acting roles on the small screen the most notable of which is her recurring role as Claudia in the hit series Empire.
Demi Moore’s Relationship History
In addition to her numerous accomplishments as a Hollywood screen diva, Demi Moore has also made headlines for her relationships. Over her long-running career, the actress has had a quite interesting relationship timeline with a star-studded array of ex-husbands and ex-lovers. A glance through Moore’s dating history is a firm proof that age is just a number as this Hollywood star has become legendary for dating men with a pretty wide age difference.
Demi Moore’s marriage to Freddy Moore
Born Demetria Guynes on November 11, 1962, the actress adopted the stage name ‘Demi Moore’ after her first marriage. 3 months shy of her 17th birthday, the actress met rock musician, Freddy Moore in August 1979 at the Troubadour nightclub in Los Angeles. After dating for a few months, the duo tied the knot on February 8, 1980. Also a songwriter, Demi Moore collaborated with her then-husband Freddy Moore on a number of songs. After 4 years, the marriage ended in a divorce which was finalized on August 7, 1985.
Engagement to Emilio Estevez
After the end of her first marriage, Demi Moore got together with Hollywood actor and director Emilio Estevez. The duo is said to have met in 1985 on the set of the movie St. Elmo’s Fire. This culminated in an on-and-off relationship which lasted for about 2 years. The duo also collaborated on Estevez’s 1986 film Wisdom. Moore and Estevez equally got engaged with plans of getting married in December 1986. However, they didn’t make it all the way to the altar as the engagement was called off.
Marriage to Bruce Willis
Demi Moore second shot at marriage was a pretty high-profile one as she got hitched with Hollywood superstar, Bruce Willis. The duo reportedly met at the premiere of the 1987 film Stakeout. Things went really fast between Moore and Willis as they tied the knot on November 21, 1987, at the Golden Nugget Hotel in Las Vegas.
They had 3 children together; Rumer Glenn, Scout, and Tallulah Willis. Moore’s marriage to Bruce Willis lasted for 11 years after which the union ended in a divorce. The couple announced their separation in June 1998 and their divorce was finalized in 2000.
Relationship with Oliver Whitcomb
In 1999, Demi Moore began a relationship with martial arts instructor and fitness trainer, Oliver Whitcomb. Their relationship was relatively low key probably due to the fact that Whitcomb was not in the Hollywood circles. The relationship eventually came to an end in 2002.
Marriage to Ashton Kutcher
In 2003, Demi Moore got together with fellow Hollywood star . Despite a 15-year age difference, the couple was able to make their relationship work. After dating for a few years, the couple tied the knot on September 24, 2000. Theirs was a private ceremony with a star-studded guest list which also included Moore’s ex-husband Bruce Willis and their three daughters.
In January 2010, Demi Moore and Aston Kutcher launched the Demi and Ashton Foundation (DNA). However, their love story turned sour in September 2010 after allegations of infidelity by Kutcher were reported in the media. One year later in November 2011, Moore announced her separation from Kutcher. The following year Kutcher filed for divorce from Moore citing irreconcilable differences. Their divorce was finalized the following year on November 27, 2013.
Relationship with Sean Friday
Never one to be in lack of dating options, Demi Moore got together with hard rock musician Sean Friday, best known as the drummer of ‘Dead Sara’ band. The duo reportedly met in 2013 after Moore attended one of the band’s gigs with her daughter Rumer. However, the duo kept their romance under wraps for a little while. After going public with their relationship in January 2014, the couple continued to keep things on a low key as they made very rare public appearances. Moore’s romance with Sean Friday lasted for quite some time, however, it remains unclear when their love fizzled out.
The Hollywood star has since been linked with a number of other men including Hard Rock Café founder, Peter Morton; art dealer, Vito Schnabel; and Australian-born pearl diver, Will Hanigan. In January 2018, Demi Moore was linked with her youngest lover yet, 25-year old . That also fizzled out quickly as Jonas moved on to Indian actress and singer .