Andie MacDowell was first seen on-screen in ‘Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes,’ the British Technicolor adventure film where she portrayed Jane Porter. In 1989, she earned critical acclaim, a ‘Golden Globe Award’ nomination and bagged in an ‘Independent Spirit Award’ for her performance in ‘Sex, Lies and Videotape,’ an independent drama film where she played Ann Bishop Mullany.
She also bagged in the ‘Golden Globe Award’ nomination for her roles in ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral,’ the British romantic comedy where she starred as Carrie and ‘Green Card,’ the rom-com where she appeared as Bronte Parrish.
Some of her other notable films include, ‘Multiplicity,’ ‘Short Cuts,’ ‘Groundhog Day,’ and ‘Michael.’ Some of her not so successful movies include, ‘The Muse,’ ‘Town & Country,’ and ‘The End of Violence.’ Her performance in ‘Love After Love’ won her critical acclaim.
She also appeared in various independent films and was seen playing supporting roles in many films, including ‘Magic Mike XXL,’ ‘Beauty Shop,’ and ‘Footloose.’