Kathryn Bridget Moynahan (born April 28, 1971) is an American model and actress.
“Are you trying to manipulate me? It’s working”
Signed by a modeling agency after accompanying a friend to an audition; subsequently appeared in many fashion magazines, including on the cover of Glamour.
First major film appearance was in Coyote Ugly (2000).
- “I’m not one of those people who thinks they simply deserve success. I have the drive to work.”
- “Well the kiss has already made YouTube."
- "Bridget: It has? YouTube is a scary thing!"
- "Heather: Well that’s what we were striving for! We just want to be on YouTube."
- "Bridget: So then we’ve already made it!"
Bridget landed the role of Natasha in the very popular series of Sex and the City in 1999. In Sex and the City, she was a lady on her 20's that turned on Mr. Big to marry. She was Carrie's competitor. This was her television debut that has opened new offers for other big Hollywood blockbusters.
Her next movie was in 2005′s Lord of War, a political crime thriller, as Ava Fontaine Orlov, the wife of Nicolas Cage’s character. In 2006, Maxim magazine named her number 96 on its annual “Hot 100″ list.
In September 2006, away from film, Moynahan starred as Whitney Crane in the ABC television drama series Six Degrees, co-starring alongside Jay Hernandez, Erika Christensen, Hope Davis, Dorian Missick, and Campbell Scott. The series centered around six residents of New York City and their respective relationships and connections with one another, based on the idea of six degrees of separation. It debuted on September 20, 2006, and was watched by almost 13.3 million viewers. Six Degrees debuted to varied reception, with David Hinckley of the New York Daily News writing, “In theory, it’s an intriguing concept for a series. But in practice, Six Degrees doesn’t work at all in drawing you in at the start.” The series was canceled after one season in May 2007.
Moynahan’s next film role was in the November 2006 thriller Unknown, about a group of individuals kidnapped, and trying to work together how to escape from their captors. She was next seen in 2007, in Gray Matters, co-starring alongside Heather Graham and Tom Cavanaugh, before being cast in Henry Bean’s comedy-drama Noise, as Helen Owen, the wife of David Owen (Tim Robbins). The movie was screened at a special presentation at the 2007 Rome Film Festival.
In July 2009, it was announced that Moynahan would star in Battle: Los Angeles, alongside Aaron Eckhart, Michelle Rodriguez, and Michael Peña, scheduled for release in 2011.
Bridget Moynahan Filmography
Battle: Los Angeles
For years, there have been documented cases of UFO sightings around the world – Buenos Aires, Seoul, France, Germany, China. But in 2011, what were once just sightings will become a terrifying reality when Earth is attacked by unknown forces. As people everywhere watch the world's great cities fall, Los Angeles becomes the last stand for mankind in a battle no one expected. It's up to a Marine staff sergeant (Aaron Eckhart) and his new platoon to draw a line in the sand as they take on an enemy unlike any they've ever encountered before.
Ramona and Beezus
The adventures of young Ramona Quimby (Joey King) and her big sister Beezus (Selena Gomez) come to life in this all new film based on the best-selling books (over 30 millionand counting) by Beverly Cleary. Ramonas vivid imagination, boundless energy, and accident-prone antics keep everyone she meets on their toes. But her irrepressible sense of fun, adventure and mischief come in handy when she puts her mind to helping save her familys home.
When David Owen moves to New York, he likes everything about the city except the noise. Indeed, at first, even noise seems to him the throb of urban vitality which makes New York so exciting. Yet gradually this incessant and "unnecessary" din begins to drive him crazy. It is not only the recurring intrusions into his thoughts, the distraction from the task at hand, though these are badn enough; worse is the daily recognition thehe can do nothing about it. It comes to seem that the message behind noise, indeed perhaps its chief purpose, is to remind him the he is powerless. And he finds this is intolerable.
So David behings to take arms. He quietly vandalizes cars whose alarms are going off: lets the air out of a tire, leaves a note on the windshield. This, naturally, has no effect, so he goes further: "keys" the paint job, cracks a taillight... Eventually he is caught in the act, arrested, spends a night in jail. His wife, shocked to learn what he has been doing, worries the this is irrational behavoir. David understands her
They finish each other's sentences, dance like Fred and Ginger, and share the same downtown loft-the perfect couple? Not exactly. Gray and Sam (Heather Graham and Tom Cavanagh), are a sister and brother so compatible and inseparable that people actually assume they are dating. Mortified, they both agree they must branch out and start searching for love. He'll look for a guy for her and she'll look for a gal for him. But when Sam finds his perfect mate in Charlie (Bridget Moynahan) Gray's life turns inside out. A romantic comedy that sets sibling rivalry on its head, Gray Matters gives a whole new meaning to love... and destiny.
In an abandoned warehouse, a handful of men slowly regain consciousness, but they’ve been stricken with amnesia and have no idea who they are, where they are, or what has happened to them. All five seem to have been in some sort of serious scuffle; one is tied up (Joe Pantoliano), another has been handcuffed (Jeremy Sisto), a third has a broken nose (Greg Kinnear), and the other two have their share of scrapes and bruises (Jim Caviezel and Barry Pepper). As the men compare the tiny shards of memory they can pull from their minds, one finds a newspaper from two days before which features a front-page story about the kidnapping of a wealthy and well-known businessman. The men begin to suspect that they were involved with the kidnapping, but no one is sure if they’re on the right or wrong side of the law – or if one of them might happen to be the victim.
Lord of War
The movie begins with Yuri Orlov (Nicolas Cage) standing in a sea of spent shell casings. The rest of the movie is told in flashback, starting in 1982 and ending in the completion of the opening scene.
Through voice-over, Orlov describes the beginnings of his career. After Yuri sees a Russian mobster kill two would-be assassins, he decides to fulfill a necessity by providing guns. He partners up with his brother Vitaly (Jared Leto). Yuri's first break comes during the 1982 Lebanon War, when he sells guns to all sides of the conflict.
As he grows, Yuri (through voiceover) tells of his first incident with Jack Valentine (Ethan Hawke), an Interpol agent who cannot be bought with money. Yuri wins the first encounter when he changes the boat's name from the Kristol to the Kono and confuses Valentine.
During a business deal with a Colombian drug lord, Yuri is paid in cocaine instead of cash. Vitaly and he both get high on cocaine, but Vitaly becomes addicted, and Yuri checks him into a rehabilitation center. From that point onward, he conducts his arms business alone. Soon after this incident, he courts and marries model Ava Fontaine (Bridget Moynahan) and they have a child named Nikolai.
Yuri gets his second break after the Soviet Union dissolves. Yuri rushes to Ukraine after watching Gorbachev's Christmas Day 1991 speech of resignation on television. He begins buying tanks and other weapons to expand his operations.
One day, Valentine reveals to Ava that Yuri is a arms dealer. Ava convinces him to stop dealing and he complies for a short while. He is lured back in when his old friend, the dictator of Liberia (Andre Baptiste), approaches him and offers him more money. Yuri brings Vitaly along due to nervousness. During the transaction, Vitaly sees a group of villagers beat a woman and her child to death and tries to convince Yuri to stop the transaction. Yuri refuses; in response, Vitaly takes a grenade and blows up half the gun shipment. A nearby soldier kills Vitaly.
Back at home, Valentine follows Ava as she finds Yuri's security container. She and Yuri's parents disown him. Valentine predicts that Yuri will be put in prison for a long time. Yuri is released from custody, however, because he is a "necessary evil," as his role as a freelancer lets him distribute guns when the U.S government does want not to be seen supplying them. A free man, Yuri returns to arms selling.
Director Alex Proyas (Dark City, The Crow) helmed this sci-fi thriller inspired by the stories in Isaac Asimov's nine-story anthology of the same name. In the future presented in the film, humans have become exceedingly dependent on robots in their everyday lives. Robots have become more and more advanced, but each one is preprogrammed to always obey humans and to, under no circumstances, ever harm a human. So, when a scientist turns up dead and a humanoid robot is the main suspect, the world is left to wonder if they are as safe around their electronic servants as previously thought. Will Smith stars as Del Spooner, the robot-hating Chicago cop assigned to the murder investigation. Bridget Moynahan, Bruce Greenwood, James Cromwell, and Chi McBride also star.
James Clayton a brilliant computer science student, is recruited by CIA officer Walter Burke (Al Pacino) to be formed and serve his country. James quickly appears as one of the best of his group and falls in love with Layla (Bridget Moynahan), another CIA recruit. Filled with doubts about his role and the relation with his mentor, Clayton is asked by Burke to accomplish a risky mission: find a mole in the CIA headquarters in Langley. James now fully realizes that no one can be trusted anymore and that nothing is what it seems.
The Sum of all Fears
During the Yom Kippur War in 1973, an Israeli A-4 jet carrying a nuclear bomb is shot down over the desert in the Middle East. In 2002, the bomb is found and sold to an arms dealer named Olson (Colm Feore), he sells it to an Austrian neo-nazi named Richard Dressler (Alan Bates) for 45 million dollars on the black market. Meanwhile, the United States becomes concerned when Alexander Nemerov (Ciaran Hinds) becomes the new president of the Russian Federation. Nemerov is seen as a hard-liner with regards to his control over the Russian military. Director of Central Intelligence William Cabot (Morgan Freeman) seeks the opinion of young CIA analyst Jack Ryan (Ben Affleck), who has done extensive research on Nemerov's life and career. While on a routine inspection of Russia's nuclear weapons facilities, Cabot and Ryan are invited to the Kremlin to meet with Nemerov personally. Tension arises when Nemerov likens the United States' involvement in Russian-Chechen affairs to "sleeping with another man's wife", with Russia playing the part of the betrayed and vengeful husband.
Serendipity is a 2001 romantic comedy, starring John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale. It was written by Marc Klein and directed by Peter Chelsom.
After the long-delayed Town and Country, director Peter Chelsom turns in his second 2001 effort with this love-at-first-sight romantic comedy that revolves around fate, destiny, and chance. Jonathan (John Cusack) and Sara (Kate Beckinsale) are two New Yorkers already in relationships when they meet one another, each reaching for the last pair of cashmere gloves at a department store. Over coffee, they strike up an intimate conversation, and Jonathan thinks they should see each other again. Unconvinced, Sara arranges an elaborate series of "fate" games; if they're meant to be together, she reasons, she and Jonathan will receive some sort of sign in the future. Flash forward several years, and the two are at opposite ends of the country -- Jonathan in New York and Sara in San Francisco, both engaged to be married. Still, neither can shake the memory of their chance encounter, and they both enlist their best friends (Molly Shannon and Jeremy Piven) to help them find their true love again.