Knowledge Identifier: +Michelle_Pfeiffer
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1958.
Countries: United States (72%), United Kingdom (14%), Germany (2%)
Linked to: Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Film Critics Association, Golden West College
Lana Clarkson - In 1983, she peeks into the frame in "Scarface" behind Michelle Pfeiffer dancing the floor of the Babylon Club
Clu Gulager - He was a featured player in director John Landis' darkly comedic 1985 film noir satire, "Into The Night", a film rife with insider Hollywood cameos, as an FBI agent, courier of a cache of clandestine funds, which he grudgingly delivers to secure the safety of the film's two romantic leads, Michelle Pfeiffer and Jeff Goldblum
Ladyhawke (musician) - She named herself so after a character played by Michelle Pfeiffer in the 1985 film of the same name because she sees herself as "a sort of pop superwoman creating radio-friendly songs with a single bound"
Al Pacino - In 1991, Pacino starred in Frankie and Johnny with Michelle Pfeiffer, who co-starred with Pacino in Scarface.
Stan Winston - In 1992, he was nominated with yet another Tim Burton film, this time for Burton's superhero sequel, "Batman Returns", where his effects on Danny DeVito as The Penguin, Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman, and in delivering Burton's general vision for what was an increasingly Gothic Gotham City earned him more recognition for his work ethic and loyalty to what was an intrinsic ability to bring different directors' ideas to life
Dangerous Minds - Starring Michelle Pfeiffer as Johnson, the film was released to a mixed to mostly negative critical reception, but became a surprise box office success in the summer of 1995, leading to the creation of a short-lived television series
In 1996, she turned down the Golden Globe Award-winning role of Eva Peron in the biopic Evita, which went to Madonna.
Renee Zellweger - In 2002, she starred with Michelle Pfeiffer in "White Oleander"
Catwoman - Catwoman was to get her own film, where Michelle Pfeiffer was to reprise her role, but the film lingered in development limbo for years, with Ashley Judd snatching the lead role and eventually becoming 2004's critically panned "Catwoman" starring Halle Berry and is non-canonical to the series and not in the DC Universe
Gwen Stefani - In 2006, Stefani modified her image, inspired by that of Michelle Pfeiffer's character in the 1983 film Scarface.
Brittany Snow - In 2007, she appeared in "Hairspray", a film adaptation of the Broadway musical, playing Amber Von Tussle, the daughter of Michelle Pfeiffer's character
Tracey Ullman - Ullman portrayed Mother Nature in the 2007 romantic-comedy film, "I Could Never Be Your Woman", starring Michelle Pfeiffer
On April 1, 2015, "Variety" revealed that former "Today" anchor, Katie Couric was shopping a comedy series set behind-the-scenes of a morning news show, with Pfeiffer attached to star
American Horror Story - In April 2015, the "International Business Times" posted an article naming Lily Rabe, Frances Conroy, Angela Bassett, Denis O'Hare, Finn Wittrock, Michael Chiklis, Grace Gummer, and Christine Estabrook as returning; as well as new additions; Michelle Pfeiffer, Alexander_Skarsgard, Tammy Blanchard, Steven Weber, and Donald Sutherland
Bernard Madoff - On August 28, 2015 it was announced that Michelle Pfeiffer will be playing Ruth Madoff
Murder on the Orient Express - On 29 September 2016, the studio released a press release announcing much of the cast, including Johnny Depp as Mr. Ratchett, Michelle Pfeiffer as Mrs. Hubbard, Dame Judi Dench as Princess Dragomiroff, Sir Derek Jacobi as Edward Masterman, Leslie Odom Jr. as Dr. Constantine, Daisy Ridley as Mary Debenham, Lucy Boynton as Countess Andrenyi, Tom Bateman as M. Bouc, and Michael Peña as Marquez