Husky-voiced with a vulnerable charm, Demi Moore transformed herself from an abused trailer park child into one of the most powerful women in the film industry. A thoroughly American success story, Moore's rise from "General Hospital" (ABC, 1963- ) ingénue to "St. Elmo's Fire" (1985) Brat Pack queen to the titan powering blockbusters like "Ghost" (1990), "Indecent Proposal" (1993) and "Disclosure" (1994) was the stuff of movie lore itself. Her marriage and divorce to fellow superstar Bruce Willis, their three daughters, her nude Vanity Fair pregnancy portrait, her groundbreaking $12.5 million payday for "Striptease" (1996) - all of it left Moore the most talked-about actress of the 1990s. Although she left Hollywood at the peak of her powers to move to Idaho and raise her children, Moore returned in a big way with "Charlie's Angels 2: Full Throttle" (2003). But it was her May-December to the considerably younger Ashton Kutcher that kept her a constant tabloid topic, though in the end such media fascination led to her personal embarrassment due to Kutcher's alleged infidelities and their eventual separation. Still, Moore maintained a steady onscreen presence, playing a lounge singer in "Bobby" (2006), a jewel thief in "Flawless" (2008) and a Wall Street executive in "Margin Call" (2011). While she found many detractors and critics throughout her career, Moore was a dependable performer who remained a savvy media presence and viable pop culture personality.