Top ten movies of famous Hollywood actress: Bonnie Hunt

Popular Hollywood actress Bonnie Hunt

Born Bonnie Lynne Hunt in Chicago, IL (USA) in 1964, she is a woman of many talents. Hunt is an actress, a comedienne as well as being a writer, director, producer and a talk-show host. Though she wears a lot of hats, Bonnie Hunt first turned up on the big screen in a film she wrote, directed and gave herself a co-starring spot in, Return to Me. That was in 2000. She has been in other films since, and her voice has founds its way into several more.

Her ability to improvise and amuse has made her popular with families, along with her “clean comic” style. She had several television series that, while received critical acclaim, did not do well enough to remain on the air. Her films have done much better.

She is best known as a personality, not as an actress. She might or might not be able to handle an Academy Award Best Actress level role. We simply have not seen her in that light as yet.

Her talk show won the Gracie Award for Outstanding Talk Show in 2009. That same show was also nominated for several Emmy awards.

Selected Filmography of Bonnie Hunt: Here are my top-ten favorite films featuring Bonnie Hunt:
1. Random Hearts
2. The Green Mile
3. Return to Me
4. Cheaper by the Dozen
5. I Want Someone To Eat Cheese With
6. Jerry Maguire
7. A Bug’s Life
8. Rain Main
9. Toy Story 3
10. Cars 2

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One Comment

  1. Lee
    Posted May 20, 2014 at 6:11 pm | Permalink

    Nice article, although there are a couple of errors. She was born in 1961, her first appearance on the big screen was not “Return To Me,” but “Rain Man,” and if you want to see her in an Oscar-caliber role, I suggest you see her in a rare dramatic leading part in an indie film called “Loggerheads.”

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