Bonnie Hunt

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Bonnie Hunt

The actress, director, People behind the scenes

Born: September 22, 1961, Chicago, Illinois, USA

An American actress, screenwriter, director, TV producer and a leading last show of their own.

Childhood Bonnie Hunt

Bonnie Hunt (Bonnie Lynne Hunt) was born in the autumn of 1962 in Chicago, Illinois, the son of Polish woman, housewives Alice (Alice) and an Irishman, an electrician Bob Hunt (Bob Hunt). By the time of the birth of Bonnie in the family already had five children.

In 1982, the future actress worked as a nurse in a medical hospital, and two years later founded the improvisational gums show «An Impulsive Thing» with your friends Holly Vortell (Holly Wortell ), Andy Miller (Andy Miller) and John Gripentrogom (John Gripentrog). In 1986, she joined the renowned Chicago-based troupe The Second City.

Creative way Bonnie Hunt

In 1990, Bonnie Hunt made its debut in the sitcom channel NBC «Grand». and became one of the founders of the team members «Saturday Night Live». Producers hitting their skills of improvisation.

In 1993, together with a good friend, TV presenter David Letterman (David Letterman), she founded the sitcom «The Building». which two years later became a «Bonnie Hunt Show» («The Bonnie Hunt Show»). After the release of the eleventh episode of the program was closed.

In 2002, the famous television presenter returned to the TV screen with his new project «Life with Bonnie» («Life with Bonnie»). In 2004, Hunt was presented in the nomination for the award “Emmy”. However, the show ceased to exist because of low ratings.

In 2000, Bonnie Hunt was the writer, director and actress in the romantic comedy «Come back to me» («Return to Me») with David Duchovny (David Duchovny) and Minnie Driver (Minnie Driver) starring.

The actress married the banker John Murphy in 1998, but in 2006 «Late Show» said the recently divorced. The couple had no children, so Bonnie lived alone in Chicago, in his spare time supporting your favorite baseball team Chicago Cubs – since 1977, she did not miss a single game.

Filmography Bonnie Hunt (actress)

  • Cars 2 (2011) Cars 2, Sally Carrera,
  • Toy Story: The Great Escape (2010) Toy Story 3, Dolly, voice
  • Hurricane Season (2009) Hurricane Season, Principal
  • Alyson Stoner Project (2009) Alyson Stoner Project, The, VIP Guest
  • The Life & Times of Tim (TV series) (2008 -.) Life & Times of Tim, The, Gabe’s Mom, voice
  • Let Go (TV) (2006), Detective Kate Holloway
  • Mater and the Ghostlight (video) (2006) Mater and the Ghostlight, Sally Carrera, voice
  • Who would taste the cheese (2006) I Want Someone to Eat Cheese With, Stella Lewis
  • Cars (2006) Cars, Sally Carrera, voice
  • Cheaper by the Dozen 2 (2005) Cheaper by the Dozen 2, Kate Baker
  • Sea turtles (2005) Loggerheads, Grace Bellamy
  • Cheaper by the Dozen (2003) Cheaper by the Dozen, Kate Baker
  • Life with Bonnie (TV series) (2002-2004) Life with Bonnie, Bonnie Molloy
  • Stolen Summer (2002) Stolen Summer, Margaret O’Malley
  • Monsters, Inc. (2001) Monsters, Inc. Flint, voice
  • Come back to me (2000) Return to Me, Megan Dayton
  • The Green Mile (1999) Green Mile, The, Jan Edgecomb
  • The web of lies (1999) Random Hearts, Wendy Judd
  • Bug’s Life (1998) A Bug’s Life, Rosie, voice
  • Kiss make-believe (1998) Kissing a Fool, Linda Streicher
  • Do not lean (TV) (1997) SUBWAYStories: Tales from the Underground, Fern McDermott
  • Jerry Maguire (1996) Jerry Maguire, Laurel Boyd
  • Zigzag failure (1996) Getting Away with Murder, Dr. Gail Holland
  • Jumanji (1995) Jumanji, Sarah Whittle
  • Now and Then (1995) Now and Then, Mrs. DeWitt
  • Only You (1994) Only You, Kate Corvatch
  • For Goodness Sake (1993)
  • Beethoven’s 2nd (1993) Beethoven’s 2 nd. Alice Newton
  • Dave (1993) Dave, White House Tour Guide
  • Beethoven (1992) Beethoven, Alice Newton
  • In the air with Ridzhesom and Kathie Lee (TV series) (1988-2010) Live with Regis and Kathie Lee, Co-Host
  • Rain Man (1988) Rain Man, Sally Dibb

Filmography Bonnie Hunt (director)

  • Let Go (TV) (2006)
  • Life with Bonnie (TV series) (2002-2004) Life with Bonnie
  • Come back to me (2000) Return to Me

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