After becoming one of the most important celebrities on the art and film scene at the end of the 90s, the actress, producer and businesswoman Salma Hayek (56) is currently going through one of its best moments. A few days ago, the talented actress presented her most recent film (Magic Mike, in which she stars alongside actor Channing Tatum). And, in an interview related to the release of her most recent work, the celebrity born in Veracruz (Mexico) spoke of an important decision that she has made for herself and that will lead her to “reinvent herself” on the public scene.
And it is that the actress, who made the great leap to fame after playing Frida Kahlo in the movie “Frida” (2002) confessed that she has made the decision to change something that has always been distinctive throughout her career: the denomination and the form with which it wants to be identified in the credits and at a public level. And it is a decision Salma Hayek has taken based on the most important thing in his life: his family.
The decision that will mark a before and after in the life of Salma Hayek
Although she is usually very reserved in her private life and in matters related to her family, Salma Hayek She usually attends different events and galas with her husband, the French billionaire François-Henri Pinault. Even the actress and producer is also usually shown together with their daughter, Valentina Paloma. But the decision that she has recently made, and that she has to do precisely with the wonderful family that she has formed, goes even further.
And it is that Salma Hayek She has asked her assistants -and even those who work with her on different productions- to include her married name in the credits of the films or works, and to get used to calling her with both of her last names: salma hayek pinault. In fact, the actress and businesswoman changed her name several years ago on her Instagram profile, and included her married name.
salma hayek pinault She married François-Henri Pinault in 2009, while in 2018 they renewed their vows. It was also from that year that the Mexican artist added her married name when identifying herself, whether in her films, in artistic and business productions or in her very life.