Who is lea thompson dating
Lea Thompson for several years, they finally got married on July 23, 1989.
They have already welcomed two God gifted daughter named Madelyn Deutch and Zoey Deutch.
Rounding out film appearances in the late 1980s, Thompson starred in Some Kind of Wonderful, Casual Sex? She also had a prominent role in the 1989 TV film Nightbreaker, for which she was nominated for a Cable ACE Award.
In the early 1990s, Thompson starred as the mother of the eponymous character in Dennis the Menace (1993), the villainess in The Beverly Hillbillies (1993), and a snooty ballet instructor in The Little Rascals (1994).
There he directed music videos including Billy Idol and Billy Joel.
He was able to collect different experience, idea, and mastery in the direction directing minor music videos and short film.
Hewlett High School and later on attended The Ohio State University.
In 1986, Thompson starred in Space Camp and Howard the Duck.
At the time, she was 20 years old and dancing professionally with American Ballet Theatre's Studio Company (then known as ABT II), and when the time came to decide if she would move to the main company, Baryshnikov, who was the artistic director at the time, told her, "You're a lovely dancer, but you're too stocky." In her words, that was "my epiphany when I decided to stop dancing and not be a ballet dancer.
It was a wonderful moment because I could've been banging my head against the wall for another 10 years." Moving to New York at age 20, she performed in a number of Burger King advertisements in the 1980s along with Sarah Michelle Gellar and Elisabeth Shue, her eventual co-star in Back to the Future Part II and Back to the Future Part III. So I had, like, five days to learn really, really complicated water-skiing things, because I had to fit into the Sea World water-skiing show. " Thompson's character is the mother of Marty Mc Fly, played by Michael J.
is an American actress, director, and television producer.
She is best known for her role as Lorraine Baines in the Back to the Future trilogy and as the title character in the 1990s NBC sitcom Caroline in the City.