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November 22, 1958

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She is a veteran actress of film and television whose best known roles include those in A Fish Called Wanda, True Lies and Trading Places (with a very young Eddie Murphy).


 
 
                          

. Jamie Lee Curtis

Trading Places (1983)

Title: Trading Places
Released: 1983
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 118 min
Country: USA
Language: English

Tagline: Some very funny business.

Plot Summary: Louis Winthorpe III is a successful New York commodity broker with mansion, manservant and girlfriend to match. Billy Ray Valentine is a hustling beggar. Winthorpe's employers, the elderly Duke brothers, make a bet that by switching the lifestyle of the two Billy Ray will make good and their man will take to a life of crime. Suddenly Louis finds himself uncomprehendingly with no job, no home and only a new acquaintance, glamourous hooker Ophelia, prepared to help him. So at least in one way things could actually be worse.

Comments: Great story of rags to riches... This is a great story. The Duke brothers make their traditional bet "$1.00" to see how a homeless man (played by Eddie Murphy) can take a high profile commodities broker position and be sucessful at it while they take the position away from Louis Winthorpe III (played by Dan Aykroyd) and make his life a complete disaster. Jamie Lee Curtis also stars in this all-star lineup. I would recommend getting this movie, Beverly Hills Cop and 48HRS which are Eddie Murphy's 3 best movies of his career. - Chad Castorina


Scene Description: Jamie Lee Curtis seen topless as she pulls her dress over her head while standing in front of a mirror, giving us a good clear view of her nice breasts.

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Scene Description: Jamie Lee Curtis getting undressed and revealing her breasts as she takes off her top and climbs into bed with Dan Akroyd.

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Tailor of Panama, The (2001)

Title: Tailor of Panama, The
Released: 2001
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Thriller
Runtime: 109 min
Country: USA / Ireland
Language: English / Spanish

Tagline: In a place this treacherous, what a good spy needs is a spy of his own.

Plot Summary: John LeCarre's spy thriller is brought to the big screen. A British spy (Pierce Brosnan) is banished to Panama after having an affair with an ambassador's mistress. Once there he makes connection with a local tailor (Geoffrey Rush) with a nefarious past and connections to all of the top political and gangster figures in Panama. The tailor also has a wife (Jamie Lee Curtis), who works for the Panamanian president and a huge debt. The mission is to learn what the President intends to do with the Panama Canal. But what the two do is concoct a tremendous fictional tale about former mercenaries who are ready to topple the current government and are willing to work with Britain and the US to do so.

Comments: As old film critic, I'll keep my thoughts short, if they aren't already. Good premise, but that's what I'd expect from this type of fair. Great cast, good performances, but it's the usual twist and turn, so called, drama, intrigue that goes nowhere in a hurry. Or at least in the standard 90 minutes of sting-a-long. One saving grace. If you want to see Pierce Bronson give the best performance of his life you should watch this. He's good as a heavy. Just like Arnold was in "Terminator." That's when the best comes out.


Scene Description: Jamie Lee Curtis laying in bed and pulling off the sheet to expose one side of her naked body.

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Scene Description: Pierce Brosnan grabbing and squeezing Jamie Lee Curtis' breast from behind, causing her other breast to pop out from her dress.

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Trivia
During the 1980s she was engaged to Hollywood production designer J. Michael Riva, the grandson of screen legend Marlene Dietrich. Her godfather was MCA-Universal CEO Lew Wasserman.

Saw her future husband Christopher Guest on front of a magazine and she gave her telephone number to his agent.

Adopted two children: Annie (b. December 1986) and Thomas (b. March 1996).

Daughter of Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh

Became Baroness, Lady Haden-Guest, when her husband inherited the Barony in 1996.

Sister of actress Kelly Curtis

Graduated from Choate Rosemary Hall private school in 1976.

It was on her suggestion that Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998) was made.

Her deleted scene from Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension, The (1984) is included on the MGM Special Edition DVD, 2001, as the "Alternate Opening".

Was asked to cameo in Scream 3 (2000), but declined.

Won a 2003 Grammy nomination in the Best Spoken Album for Children category for her recording of the children's books she has written.

Measurements: 34C-22-32 (wardrobe on "Forever Young") (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine)

Sister-in-law of Nicholas Guest and Pamela Guest.

Attended University of the Pacific in Stockton, California.

When calling for reservations in exclusive London restaurants at short notice, she gives her name as Baroness or Lady Haden-Guest, which apparently works better than Jamie Lee Curtis.


Personal quotes

"My breasts are beautiful, and I gotta tell you, they've gotten a lot of attention for what is relatively short screen time."

"I believe people are entitled to a private life. I'm not sure where it's written that because you're in the public eye you are required to expose your private business, with anybody. It is nobody's business, and it's interesting because obviously in today's marketplace people don't abide by that. There are no boundaries that people won't cross...We're in a bit of a "Wild West" thing with media, and, I think, it's just kind of like no holds barred - the Internet. You know, there are no criteria on the Internet...I've chosen a public life to express myself, not to tell what I do with my husband in bed, not to do, to talk about my parents and my family life. And I just think it's wrong, and obviously it's an insaitable appetite that people have for gossip and inuendo and things that are nobody's business. And there's a term that they use in this called "legitimate public concern." What is legitimate public concern? If an elected official has an illness, that's legitimate public concern because they're our president or elected official. We, we, we need to know that they're healthy because we want them to live a long life and protect, you know, the Constitution...but in the marketplace, in the world, I don't believe it's anybody's concern. And that's what I think." --comments made on The View, Sept. 19, 2000.

"I thought, while they're up and firm [her breasts], why not shoot them once or twice." - on screen nudity

"I'm Laurie Strode's guardian angel."

"When I did Sesame Street, Elmo was not the worldwide phenomenon he is now. I understood Elmo was special, and I said that the only way I would do Sesame Street was with Elmo. Kevin Clash, the young man who did the voice for him, was a very sweet guy and I predicted Elmo's meteoric rise to fame way in advance. I am a trendsetter without knowing it. Two years later the Elmo craze began, but I was ahead of the curve."

When asked if she regretted making any films - "Easy. There's a piece of shit called Virus which I made because another movie that I was supposed to do fell through. It was a bad choice and the movie is a piece of shit. The runner up is a movie called Grandview USA, which is this benign but still bad coming of age movie, which is just bad. I will never, ever see those films again. They are laughable, ludicrous movies and I'm bad in them. They're nasty."

"Believe me, none of it works" - on cosmetic surgery


Jamie Lee Curtis - Filmography
Below is a complete filmography (list of movies she's appeared in)


Freaky Friday (2003) .... Tess Coleman
Halloween: Resurrection (2002) .... Laurie Strode
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and the Island of Misfit Toys (2001) (V) (voice) .... Queen Camilla
... aka Rudolph & the Island of Misfit Toys (2001) (V)
Boogeymen: The Killer Compilation (2001) (V) (archive footage) .... Laurie Strode (Halloween)
... aka Boogeymen (2001) (V) (USA: short title)
Daddy and Them (2001) .... Elaine Bowen
Tailor of Panama, The (2001) .... Louisa Pendel
"Pigs Next Door" (2000) TV Series (voice) .... Clara
... aka "Muca Beal Dorais" (2000) (Ireland: Irish title)
Drowning Mona (2000) .... Rona Mace

Virus (1999) .... Kit Foster
... aka Virus (1999) (France)
Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998) .... Laurie Strode/Keri Tate
... aka Halloween: H20 (1998) (USA: promotional title)
... aka Halloween: H20 (20 Years Later) (1998) (USA: promotional title)
Nicholas' Gift (1998) (TV) .... Maggie Green
... aka Dono di Nicholas, Il (1998) (TV) (Italy)
Homegrown (1998) .... Sierra Kazan
Fierce Creatures (1997) .... Willa Weston
Ellen's Energy Adventure (1996) (uncredited) .... Dr. Judy Peterson
House Arrest (1996/I) .... Janet Beindorf
Heidi Chronicles, The (1995) (TV) .... Heidi Holland
True Lies (1994) .... Helen Tasker
Mother's Boys (1994) .... Judith 'Jude' Madigan
My Girl 2 (1994) .... Shelly Sultenfuss
Forever Young (1992) .... Claire Cooper
My Girl (1991) .... Shelly DeVoto
Queens Logic (1991) .... Grace
Blue Steel (1990) .... Megan Turner

"Anything But Love" (1989) TV Series .... Hannah Miller
Dominick and Eugene (1988) .... Jennifer Reston
... aka Nicky and Gino (1988)
Fish Called Wanda, A (1988) .... Wanda Gershwitz
Amazing Grace and Chuck (1987) .... Lynn Taylor
... aka Silent Voice (1987)
Un homme amoureux (1987) .... Susan Elliott
... aka Man in Love, A (1987) (USA)
... aka Uomo innamorato, Un (1987) (Italy)
Welcome Home (1986)
As Summers Die (1986) (TV) .... Whitsey Loftin
Perfect (1985) .... Jessie
Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension, The (1984) (scenes deleted) .... Sandra Banzai - Buckaroo's Mother
... aka Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai, The (1984) (USA: short title)
Grandview, U.S.A. (1984) .... Michelle 'Mike' Cody
Love Letters (1984) .... Anna Winter
... aka My Love Letters (1984)
... aka Passion Play (1984)
Trading Places (1983) .... Ophelia
"Callahan" (1982) TV Series .... Bartlett, Rachel
Money on the Side (1982) (TV) .... Michelle Jamison
Death of a Centerfold: The Dorothy Stratten Story (1981) (TV) .... Dorothy Stratten
Halloween II (1981) .... Laurie Strode
... aka Halloween II: The Nightmare Isn't Over! (1981) (USA: video box title)
Roadgames (1981) .... Pamela 'Hitch' Rushworth
... aka Road Games (1981) (USA)
She's in the Army Now (1981) (TV) .... Pvt. Rita Jennings
Terror Train (1980) .... Alana Maxwell
... aka Monstre du train, Le (1980) (Canada: French title)
... aka Train of Terror (1980)
Prom Night (1980) .... Kim Hammond
Fog, The (1980) .... Elizabeth Solley
... aka John Carpenter's The Fog (1980) (USA: complete title)

Halloween (1978) .... Laurie Strode
... aka John Carpenter's Halloween (1978) (USA: complete title)
"Operation Petticoat" (1977) TV Series .... Lt. Barbara Duran (1977-1978)
Operation Petticoat (1977) (TV) .... Lt. Barbara Duran
... aka Life in the Pink (1977) (TV) (USA: reissue title)
Columbo: Bye-Bye Sky-High I.Q. Murder Case, The (1977) (TV) .... Waitress


Jamie Lee Curtis - Notable TV Guest Appearances
"Film '72" (1972) playing "Herself" 29 February 2004
"This Morning" (1988) playing "Herself" 16 December 2003
"Ellen DeGeneres Show, The" (2003) playing "Herself" 15 December 2003
"Frank Skinner Show, The" (1995) playing "Herself" (episode # 7.11) 15 December 2003
"Super Short Show" (2002) playing "Herself" in episode: "Freaky Friday" (episode # 1.14) 4 December 2003
"Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The" (1992) playing "Herself" 5 August 2003
"Revealed with Jules Asner" (2001) playing "Herself" in episode: "Jamie Lee Curtis" 9 October 2002
"Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The" (1992) playing "Herself" 29 March 2001
"Martin Short Show, The" (1999) playing "Herself" (episode # 1.3) 15 September 1999
"Hey Hey, It's Saturday" (1971) playing "Herself" 24 November 1998
"Rosie O'Donnell Show, The" (1996) playing "Herself" 10 January 1997
"Rosie O'Donnell Show, The" (1996) playing "Herself" 9 September 1996
"Drew Carey Show, The" (1995) playing "Sioux" in episode: "Playing a Unified Field" (episode # 1.18) 14 February 1996
"Saturday Night Live" (1975) playing "Host" (episode # 9.13) 18 February 1984
"Fridays" (1980) playing "Guest Host" (episode # 3.7) 13 November 1981
"Saturday Night Live" (1975) playing "Host" (episode # 6.4) 13 December 1980
"Buck Rogers in the 25th Century" (1979) playing "Jen Burton" in episode: "Unchained Woman" (episode # 1.9) 1 November 1979
"Love Boat, The" (1977) playing "Linda" in episode: "Till Death Do Us Part, Maybe/Chubs/Locked Away" (episode # 2.9) 11 November 1978
"Charlie's Angels" (1976) playing "Linda Frey" in episode: "Winning Is for Losers" (episode # 3.6) 18 October 1978
"Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries, The" (1977) playing "Mary" in episode: "The Mystery of the Fallen Angels" (episode # 1.10) 17 April 1977
"Quincy" (1976) playing "Girl" in episode: "Vistors in Paradise" (episode # 2.4) 18 February 1977