Demi Moore was born to Danny and Virginia Guynes. Danny Guynes was unemployed and gambled away what little money he made. Demi Moore was cross-eyed as a child and it required two operations to correct. Demi Moore was on her own at 16, doing a little modeling and working at a collection agency. Demi Moore married Freddy Moore (rock musician, 12 years older than Demi Moore) at 18. The marriage did not last long, but luckily Demi Moore lived next door to an actress named Nastassja Kinski, who got Demi Moore to help her rehearse scripts. Eventually, Demi Moore decided to try acting. About a year later, she got the role on "General Hospital". She also made "Choices" and "Parasite". Demi Moore left "General Hospital" when she laded the role of Michael Caine's daughter in "Blame It On Rio".
In 1984, Demi Moore was cast as a cokehead in "St. Elmo's Fire". At this time, Demi Moore had a drug problem herself. One day, when she showed up "high" on cocaine, director Joel Schumacher told her to 'get sober' or 'get fired'. Demi Moore then resolved to kick her cocaine addiction. She met Emilio Estevez during filming and the two begame dating. During their three year on-again, off-again relationship, Demi Moore stared in "No Small Affair" and "Wisdom". Three months after breaking up with Emilio Estevez, Demi Moore and Bruce Willis married.
Demi Moore then did "Ghost" which put Demi Moore on the A-list. Demi Moore did a few other movies, "Mortal Thoughts" and "The Butcher's Wife", and in 1992, Demi Moore did "A Few Good Men". She then did "Indecent Proposal", "Disclosure", "The Scarlet Letter", and "Striptease".
Demi Moore and Bruce Willis's wedding ceremony, performed by Little Richard, costed $875,000. Demi Moore and Bruce Willis helped their "Planet Hollywood" investment by appearing at the openings as often as they could. Demi Moore and Bruce Willis named their three daughters, Rumer Glenn, Scout Larue, and Tallulah Belle. Demi Moore posed pregnant (with Scout) and nude on the cover of "Vanity Fair". Demi Moore has posed nude for "Oui" also.
In June 1998, Demi Moore and Bruce Willis went public with their separation, but did not disclose whether they plan on divorcing or how custody of their three children will be.