It ain't easy being a rebel when your old man is Peter Fonda. But Bridget Fonda has tried to blaze her own trail in the same industry where dad, aunt Jane Fonda, and granddad Henry Fonda became stars. Bridget appeared in both You Can't Hurry Love and Shag in 1988. She went on to star in such films as Cameron Crowe's Singles (reportedly, Crowe wrote Fonda's role specifically for her), Single White Female (1992), Bodies, Rest & Motion (1993), Point of No Return (1993), and It Could Happen to You (1994). Bridget also threw her light body into the role of Eleanor Lightbody in The Road to Wellville (1994), where her topless bathtub scene leads many a viewer to rub-a-dub-dub his nub. And her topless debut in Aria (1987) has been a skintastic classic for a decade and a half. Bridget played a bong-sucking, ill-fated beach bunny in Jackie Brown (1997) and brought her skinful can to A Simple Plan (1998) as Bill Paxton's pregnant, crazed wife.
A Simple Plan (1998) - as Sarah Mitchell