Demi Moore got into acting at a very young age. Her breakout role was in the film “St. Elmo’s Fire,” where she cemented herself as a member of the iconic ’80s “Brat Pack,” which included other actors like Judd Nelson, Ally Sheedy, Rob Lowe, Andrew McCarthy, Molly Ringwald, and Moore’s former fiancé Emilio Estevez (via Biography). Early in her career, Moore appeared in other films such as “Blame it on Rio” and “No Small Affair” before she landed some of her biggest roles in films like 1990’s “Ghost” starring opposite Patrick Swayze.
While Moore has starred in movies like “G.I. Jane,” “A Few Good Men,” and ”Now and Then” (via TV Guide), fans who have been following the actress’ career from the beginning may remember that she got her start on daytime television when she landed a role on “General Hospital” in the early 1980s.