Bridget Fonda, a 90s actress, was practically unrecognizable when she walked out for a rare excursion in Los Angeles, California, on Friday.
The former Hollywood actress, 59, wore casual attire while doing chores. She retired from acting in 2002 after participating in a number of highly praised films.
Fonda, who was last seen in September 2022, was dressed comfortably in an oversized white jumper, black trousers, and navy trainers.
The actress, who also appeared in The Godfather Part III, wore a black crossbody handbag.
Her silver locks were pulled back into a ponytail, and she wore black-rimmed eyeglasses.
She looked to be wearing no makeup while enjoying the beautiful day.
As she ran errands, Fonda clutched a mobile in one hand and a stack of papers in the other.
It was an unusual glimpse of the celebrity, who was last seen out in public in September 2022 while shopping at a landscaping supplies store.
She had previously been spotted in public in January of that year, when conducting errands with husband Danny Elfman, 69, and their 18-year-old son Oliver.
Prior to that, the actress was last seen in public in 2009, more than a decade ago, at the opening of Quentin Tarantino’s World War II film Inglorious Bastards.
Fonda is claimed to have moved away from the limelight to concentrate on raising her child, and the family has been living on a ranch near Santa Barbara.
Fonda, who hails from a long line of great actors—her grandpa is celebrated movie star Henry Fonda, her dad is actor Peter Fonda, and her aunt is well-known icon Jane Fonda—started acting when she was four years old in the 1969 film Easy Rider.
She created a name for herself in the acting profession throughout the 1980s and 1990s by landing significant parts in a number of box office smashes.
In the classic 1992 thriller Single White Female, she played the terrified heroine Allison ‘Allie’ Jones.
That same year, she co-starred in Cameron Crowe’s romantic comedy Singles with Matt Dillon.
Fonda appeared in Quentin Tarantino’s criminal thriller Jackie Brown in 1997, with Robert De Niro, Samuel L. Jackson, and Pam Grier.
Her other notable roles include the drama Scandal, the rom-com You Can’t Hurry Love, the comedy Shag, The Godfather III (co-starring Al Pacino and Diane Keaton), the action film Point of No Return, the action thriller Kiss of the Dragon, The Whole Shebang in 2001, and the TV movie Snow Queen.
She was involved in a major vehicle accident in 2003 after driving down an embankment in heavy rain.
She sustained a slight fracture of two thoracic vertebrae but recovered completely.
She subsequently chose to give up her acting profession to create a family with her husband, Danny, 68, who had two daughters from his former marriage to Geri Eisenmenger; the pair welcomed their son Oliver in 2005.
In 2020, the couple sold their two nearby Los Angeles residences for a total of $14.6 million and relocated to a ranch.
While they had intended to remain for a month during the lockdown, they finally decided to make it their permanent home.