Demi Moore has been in the Hollywood spotlight for over four decades. After landing her first role in 1981, she has managed to create a successful career, as well as a loving family.

Over the last number of years, fans have speculated about Moore’s looks. Some people have even accused her of going through with plastic surgery.

Demi Moore is back for real. Earlier this year, she surprised the world by walking the runway for the first time, and fans couldn’t get enough of her new looks!

Demi Moore, 58, always knew that she was destined for more than a ‘normal’ life. She decided early on that school wasn’t for her, and had made her film debut before her 20th birthday.

Since then, Moore has established herself as one of the great actresses of Hollywood. Three marriages – and three beautiful children – later, she’s now exploring new avenues.

At the same time as Demi Moore remains a huge star, she also finds herself in quite a controversial period regarding her looks. Fans have accused her of having with plastic surgery, though she’s continued to deny that.

Even so, new pictures suggest that she’s gone through quite the transformation – and she looks amazing!

So how did Demi Moore turn into a major Hollywood star? This is all you need to know!

Demi Moore’s childhood was kind of messy, at least regarding where she lived.

Born on November 11, 1962 in Roswell, New Mexico, Moore’s parents split up before she was actually born. She was raised by her mother and stepfather, and by the time she had turned 14, Moore had already moved about 30 times.

Eventually, the family ended up in Los Angeles. Though constantly moving might be a tough thing for a kid, what with them not being able to create strong friendships, Demi Moore sees it as something positive.

She says she learned to “assimilate into whatever new surroundings” she had, as well as becoming very comfortable with people at a fast pace.

“I think that was one of the strongest contributing factors to my becoming an actor, because I constantly had to readjust, even reinvent,” Moore told Interview magazine.

“But at the same time, it also became very easy for me not to become attached to people, places, or things.

“I learned to enjoy people and places for the time I had, for the moment, to be in the moment, and move on.”

Demi attended Fairfax High School, but during her junior year, she decided to drop out and move away from her parents. She went on to work as a debt collector for a short while, and at the same time pursued a career as an actor.

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