Just recently she joined the cast of Scream Queens, the Fox horror comedy series, as Ingrid Hoffel.
With her unique beauty, it’s no wonder that Davis’s early career was in fact a modeling one before turning to acting.
Shields is also famous for dating pop icon, Michael Jackson.
Hanks is considered one of the most prominent Hollywood stars till this very day.
He appeared in some of the most recognizable and moving films in history including Forrest Gump, Saving Private Ryan, The Green Mile, Cast Away and more.
Wiest didn’t stop and went on to play in three Woody Allen films, including The Purple Rose of Cairo, Radio Days and September.
The actress received another Oscar nomination when she played in Parenthood, a comedy drama that was directed by Ron Howard.
She has a BA in Drama from Boston University where she graduated from in 1979.
Davis first tried her luck with television, but her big break came when Sydney Pollack cast her for the 1982 film, Tootsie.
Later in her career in the late nineties she appeared in the epic film, Edward Scissorhands, where she starred alongside Johnny Depp.
Little Man Tate, The Birdcage, Dan in Real Life and Rabbit Hole were only some of the movies that she was in later.
Besides her movie career which included Summer School, Shoot to Kill, Look Who’s Talking and Sibling Rivalry, Kirstie also did some great television roles, one which she is mostly known for as Rebecca Howe on Cheers, NBC’s sitcom which ran from 1982 to 1993.
Kirstie also won an Emmy Award and a Golden Globe for her acting skills on the sitcom.
When taking a trip down memory lane to the wicked years of the 80’s, you’ll find out that some of your favorite stars today actually had their big break during the awesome decade where big hair and shoulder pads were totally cool and acceptable.