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From Child Star to Oscar Legend: Jodie Foster’s Enduring Journey

She was nominated for an Oscar at the age of 14, was admitted to Yale University at the age of 18, and became the “ceiling of sapiosexuality” at the age of 30. Others were ready to retire at the age of 60, but she was still moving forward bravely at the age of 60.

Hello friends, today’s Lide Figure wants to share with you a famous Hollywood actress who won two Oscars before she was 30 years old—Jodie Foster.

As a heartthrob of an era, other people’s beauty costs money, but her beauty really costs money. And what’s at stake is the life of the President of the United States.

An enthusiastic fan imitated the scene in the movie and fired six shots at the president. Fortunately, the president was not seriously injured and recovered quickly. And all these crazy actions are just to win Judy’s attention.

Among the many actors in Hollywood, Judy is definitely a special being.

Judy’s parents were divorced when she was born in 1962. She grew up with her mother, who was a casting consultant in a film and television company, and was very familiar with the film set.

He started making movies at the age of 4. At the age of 8, he set a record of shooting more than 40 professional commercials and became a well-known child star in Hollywood.

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When she was 14 years old, she filmed “Taxi Driver” and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.

When she won the award at the Cannes Film Festival in France, the multilingual Judy acted as a translator for the director and the leading actor in the film. Her fluent French amazed everyone. The French media lamented: “A talented American actress was born.”

At the age of 27, Judy won the 61st Academy Award for Best Actress for her outstanding performance in the film “Pear Blossom”.

Two years later, the global hit movie “The Silence of the Lambs” was released. The movie itself was a miracle, winning five major Oscars that year, including Best Actor and Actor, Best Director, and Best Picture. Best Adapted Screenplay Award.

The huge success of this film also helped Judy win her second Oscar for Best Actress. Before the age of 30, Jodie Foster successfully wrote Oscar history by winning the Academy Award for Best Actress twice.

Judy became famous very early, but she was not a happy child.

Due to entering the society too early, complicated work environment, and huge psychological pressure, she lost the innocence and happiness that a child should have. This is also a common situation for child stars.

There are countless examples in Hollywood of people who abandoned their studies because of filming and ended up dismally, but Judy is an outlier among them.

Although she kept taking breaks from school due to filming and was not able to receive the education in the school system like ordinary children, Judy never stopped reading and studying for a moment.

At the peak of her career, she decided to go back to school and was admitted to Yale University, a world-renowned university, at the age of 18. Among her many advantages, beauty was probably the one she was least able to take advantage of.

In addition to English and French, Judy speaks Italian and Spanish. It is said that due to her excellent professional standards, Judy was admitted to all Ivy League schools during the application season.

In 1984, she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts, Latin Literature, Magna Cum Laude. More than ten years after graduation, he was awarded an honorary doctorate in art by Yale University.

Judy’s mentor recalled: She was not a nerd, but a person who was extremely focused, extremely thirsty for knowledge, and never satisfied with herself.

After graduation, Judy was not in a hurry to return to the screen. Although she later contributed to masterpieces such as “Contact” and “The King and Anna”, Judy at that time had no intention of fighting.

Obviously she can rely on her face to make a living, but she has to rely on her talent to conquer the world.

For Judy, the trajectory of life has always been upward and steep. She took off her makeup, grew white hair, and gradually disappeared on the red carpet. She resolutely turned around and walked into the editing room to become a director.

Destiny never treats those who work hard.

The films directed by Judy have repeatedly received high scores, “Black Mirror” Season 4 scored 8.4, “House of Cards” Season 2 scored 9.2, “Orange is the New Black” Season 1 scored 8.5, Season 2 scored 8.8, and “Loop Story” 8.5 points.

From a veteran actor to a cutting-edge director, Judy has undoubtedly set an iconic role model in Hollywood where there is a shortage of female directors.

A short-lived flower needs to wait for the whole day, but the cicada has been dormant in the soil for several years after chirping all summer. Everything that comes out of nowhere is just hard work.

Reporters and media praised her as a talented director and actor, but Judy smiled modestly and said: “I don’t believe in genius, I only believe in the 10,000-hour principle.” Sure enough, the so-called cultivation of genius is just finding a way. Success is inseparable from great deliberate practice.

Judy’s transformation into a director not only produces excellent works frequently, but can even “save people”.

When filming “Mood Story”, Robert Downey Jr. was suffering from drug addiction. Judy couldn’t stand it anymore, so she wrote him a letter of admonition, but Downey ignored it at all.

Seeing that the letter did not work, Judy found a few tough guys and dragged Downey to a drug rehabilitation center overnight… This was how the Iron Man we later came to know was born.

“Mood Story” (1995)

Looking at Judy’s cheating life, the secret to always staying positive is – lifelong learning.

She has only one hobby in her life: reading.

As a child, I read French novels on the set, and as an adult, I read academic papers backstage. Even when she is middle-aged, she always holds coffee in one hand and a newspaper in the other when walking on the road.

Looking at the characters chosen by Judy, most of them are lonely women who are single, have lost their husbands, and have no parents. They seem to be weak and do not need men to save them. Their destiny is firmly in their own hands.

She once said: “I can’t imagine myself guarding a man and a house for the rest of my life.”

Judy played a low-level waiter who was raped in “The Pear Blossom,” which won her first Oscar. Through her own efforts and wisdom, she eventually sent the rapist to jail.

In “The Silence of the Lambs”, which won the second Oscar, Judy Starling is one of the few female police officers in the FBI. She is oppressed by men, but she is still brave and wise. She is despised by the powerful, but she never questions it. Own.

25 years later, the bunny police officer in “Zootopia” was named Judy to pay tribute to those women who shine in the dark.

After being popular for forty years, Judy can leave classic representative works at every stage. Judy continues to challenge herself and will always be the woman who dares to break through the glass ceiling.

After years of hard work, you see this tough and independent woman who is an actress, director, and producer has won the collective respect of Hollywood and the media.

Judy is now over 60 years old.

She chose to focus more on producing and directing. Although she had to cut back on acting, it was also because Judy followed her own inner standards. Her work must be expressive and her life must have breakthroughs.

In fact, Judy had planned this life clearly and calmly as early as 10 years ago.

On the night when she won the Golden Globe Lifetime Achievement Award, Robert Downey Jr. presented her with the award. The actress, who has shone for more than half a century, said loudly on the stage:

“This is like the end of an era, and it will also be the beginning of an era. This may be the last time I receive an award, but I will continue to tell stories, be moved by people, and then move others. Maybe I will no longer be glamorous and hide in the dark. On the screen, maybe I will be unknown, few people will know, only the lonely dog ​​on the roadside will hear my voice. But that is also my work.”

We look forward to Judy bringing us more surprises in the second half of her life. After all, as she said in the interview – my life is not over yet, there are so many things I want to do.

As the saying goes, “If you bloom, butterflies will come.” If you strive to become a better version of yourself, all luck will follow.

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