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Oscar Award-winning actress

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Jane Fonda became popular in the 1960s with films such as Barbarella and Cat Ballou. She has won two Academy Awards. Fonda announced her retirement from acting in 1991, but returned to film in 2005 with Monster in Law, and later Georgia Rule, released in 2007. She also produced and starred in several exercise videos released between 1982 and 1995. Fonda has also been an activist for many political causes, one of the most notable and controversial of which was her opposition to the Vietnam War. She has also protested the Iraq War and violence against women. She describes herself as a liberal and a feminist. Since 2001, Fonda has been a Christian. She published an autobiography in 2005 and currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia.

Jane Fonda Info

Birth nameLady Jayne Seymour Fonda
Date of BirthDecember 21, 1937
Place of BirthNew York City, New York, U.S.
OccupationsActress, writer, activist
Spouse (s)Roger Vadim (1965–1973) (divorced) 1 child, Tom Hayden (1973–1990) (divorced) 1 child, Ted Turner (1991–2001) (divorced)
Years active1959–present
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 Ageism is unfortunately alive and well and I'm trying to do my small part in doing away with it. I think it's going to happen anyway. We are growing in numbers. We older people are vibrant and healthy and living way longer than we did 100 years ago, 
— Jane Fonda about ageism / August 22, 2011
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 I have a dream to do a sequel to Barbarella, Not a remake, a sequel! Look, I get shtupped (has sex) by a blind angel, OK? Let’s just take it from there… I think it could be funny — and feminist. 
— Jane Fonda wants a sequel to Barbarella / February 01, 2011
 I don’t think I taught them much. I don’t think I was that good of a mother. But I did always tell them the truth and I hope they can always learn from my mistakes, 
— Jane Fonda saying she didn't do a good job raising her kids / January 04, 2011
 I was just moving from Barbarella into an anti-war activist when my daughter was born and I was out there on the barricades and I should have brought her with me but I didn’t. I wasn’t around a lot. That’s what’s so great about being a grandmother — it gives you a second chance. 
— Jane Fonda saying she didn't do a good job raising her kids / January 04, 2011
 I caved, If I was really brave, I would have not. I vowed I wouldn’t — I did, and I don’t feel proud of it. I didn’t want to look kind of tired and jowly any more. 
— Jane Fonda regrets her latest round of plastic surgery / April 06, 2010

 I didn’t do a lot, right? Your lighting is so good, you probably can’t see my crow’s feet and everything like that. I don’t look weird — do I look weird? I like my crow’s feet and I like my little laugh lines. It was just the little jowls away, that’s all. I didn’t want to lie about it. I’m writing a book about getting older, so I had to admit it. I feel so good. I’m so happy. 
— Jane Fonda regrets her latest round of plastic surgery / April 06, 2010

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