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It was a day like today, but in 1962, when one of the great representatives of the big screen was born, the actress Jodie Foster, who has also become one of the main figures of the community LGBTIQ+.
Behind the famous blonde, there is one of the greatest legacies in the seventh art, since her talent, beauty and personality have captured people’s love on more than one occasion.
Throughout her 34-year artistic career, the actress has won two Golden Globes and two statuettes to Oscar awards, In addition to being considered one of the greatest actresses of her generation and her performance in dramatic films such as:
- ‘Taxi Driver’
- ‘Le sang des autres’ (1983)
- ‘The Accused’ (1988)
- ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ (1991)
- ‘Shadows and Fog’ (1991)
- ‘Sommersby’ (1992)
- ‘Nell’ (1994)
- ‘Contact’ (1997)
- ‘Anna and the King’ (1999)
- ‘Panic Room’ (2002)
The time Jodie Foster spoke openly about her sexuality
It is worth mentioning that since the beginning of his artistic career, Jodie Foster She has been characterized for being quite reserved with her private life, since to date no information is known about her parents or her family.
However, much had been speculated that the blonde had different sexual preferences, so it immediately became an open secret inside and outside the walls of Hollywood.
For years it was said in different media about her possible sexual orientation as a lesbian, but it was not until December 2007 when she spoke publicly for their tastes and preferences.
It was when picking up an award from the magazine hollywood reporter at a breakfast in The Angelswhen foster thanked his success to: “my beautiful Cydney who accompanies me through thick and thin”,? in reference to producer Cydney Bernard, who has been considered by many media to be Foster’s partner since they met in 1992 during the filming of ‘Sommersby’.
Despite her tastes, the star is the mother of two children: Charles (1998) who is 24 years old and Kit (2001) 21, but Foster has never revealed any information about the identity of the parents.
But that was not all, because in 2013, during the delivery of the Golden Globesthe actress made her lesbianism clear, stressing the need to maintain her privacy, and a year later, in April 2014, she married the photographer and actress Alexandra Hedison, ex-partner of the presenter Ellen Degeneres.