Andie Macdowell

Andie MacDowell

Rosalie Anderson MacDowell, also known as “Andie” MacDowell, is an American actress. Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan was her first film. Sex, Lies, Lord of the Apes, and Videotape are some of her films. In 2004, she was nominated for the Golden Globe for her performance in the thriller film The Temptation of Saint Catherine.

After starring in “Groundhog Day”, Andie MacDowell was already a star in 1994. That film became a modern classic, earning her critical acclaim. During the year 1994, MacDowell starred in “Four Weddings and a Funeral,” a romantic comedy directed by Mike Newell. MacDowell became a global star due to the film’s success. Andie MacDowell earned three million dollars with backend point, which is equivalent to six millions dollars today.

MacDowell and her children were married for a short time in 2002. Their three grown children are Justin, 31 and Rainey, a pop star. Her ex-husband Paul is a former model and construction worker. Both MacDowell’s ex-husbands are married to other men. Andie MacDowell is a former mom. Her divorce from Paul Qualley nearly two decades ago was not easy.

MacDowell’s first marriage was to actor Paul Qualley in 1986. They had three children together, Justin, Rainey, and Sarah Margaret. Qualley and MacDowell separated in 1999. In 2001, she reconnected with her high school classmate Rhett Hartzog. After their high school reunion, she married him. After a year, the two were married again. After a period of three years, however, the relationship ended.

Andi MacDowell has spent most of her adult life in the spotlight. However, she doesn’t always enjoy being in the spotlight. MacDowell, in a 2013 interview with The Washington Post revealed that she is a natural introvert. Despite her recent hair color change, MacDowell is still known for her chestnut curls. But gray hair was a bold step toward age positivity. MacDowell stressed the importance of being as authentic as possible with her character in her interviews.

Andie MacDowell was conceived in Gaffney, South Carolina, on April 21, 1958. Her parents divorced when she was six years old. She attended Winthrop University and then moved to Columbia, South Carolina. In 1978, she signed her first contract with Elite Model Management. Her mother passed away of a heart attack at the age of forty. She made a name for herself as a model in the 1980s.

MacDowell is currently involved in multiple projects. She will next star in the fifth season of “Cuckoo,” a series about a madcap American. In “The Last Laugh,” a new Netflix series, she will play a hippie sidekick. In addition to her acting projects, MacDowell has appeared in TV shows like Model Woman, Magic Mike XXL, Jane By Design, and Paper Year.

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