Madonna - Hot and Sexy American Hollywood Actress
Madonna Louise Veronica Ciccone (now Madonna Ciccone Ritchie) was born on August 16, 1958 in Bay City, Michigan.She currently lives in Wiltshire, England with her husband, Guy Ritchie ( film director), her daughter, Lourdes and their son, Rocco. Her father was an Italian-American Chrysler engineer, Silvio "Tony" P. Ciccone, and mother was Madonna Louise Fortin. Madonna attended James Madison Memorial High School, where she was a straight-A student and excelled at sports. She was a member of the cheerleading squad, honing her dance skill. After graduating from high school in 1976, Madonna received a dance scholarship to the University of Michigan.
Madonna is a famous American pop singer, pop icon, author, dancer, fashion icon, actress, composer and producer.
It's little wonder that the best-reviewed film starring this mega-successful pop diva is the candid musical documentary Truth or Dare (1991). Recording artists often have a difficult time translating their appeal to the big screen, and only occasionally demonstrate the ability to command an entire motion picture. Madonna commands the screen in Truth or Dare but can't seem to deliver a competent performance elsewhere. Early in her career, in Desperately Seeking Susan (1985), this platinum-blond siren found a hip romantic comedy tailormade for her tough and sexy 'downtown' persona. But despite her attempts to reincarnate the image of Marilyn Monroe (which she has frequently played up in her music videos), she has not yet mastered the art of screwball comedy, as evidenced by her work in the execrable Shanghai Surprise (1986), which costarred thenhusband Sean Penn, and Who's That Girl? (1987).
Madonna seems to fare best when she's not required to carry a movie, as was the case when she played femme fatale Breathless Mahoney in Dick Tracy (1990); she also had a highly publicized fling with director and star, Warren Beatty. Her work in A League of Their Own (1992), which starred Tom Hanks and Geena Davis, was also relaxed and amusing. But Body of Evidence (1993), which cast her as a sexaddicted femme fatale, put the burden of its patently ridiculous (and undernourished) script on her slender shoulders, which weren't quite up to the challenge; it was a classically bad movie that enjoyed little box-office success despite all the attendent publicity. Later that same year she costarred with Harvey Keitel in Abel Ferrara's Dangerous Game (1993). In 1985 she unsuccessfully tried to block the video release of A Certain Sacrifice a tawdry, ultra-low-budget film (and her debut), which she made as a desperate newcomer to New York. She occasionally contributes songs to her and others' movies (including Sean Penn's 1986 vehicle At Close Range OTHER FILMS INCLUDE: 1985: Vision Quest 1989: Bloodhounds of Broadway 1992: Shadows and Fog.