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What the Hell Happened to Madeleine Stowe?

Madeleine Stowe - 2014

Madeleine Stowe

Madeleine Stowe was a rising star in the late 80s and early 90s.  She worked with A-list directors like Tony Scott, Michael Mann, Robert Altman and Terry Gilliam.  Stowe seemed destined for a long and distinguished career as a leading lady.  And then, poof, she vanished.  In the mid-nineties, her movie career cooled off.  It warmed up briefly in the late 90s, but ended just a few short years later.

What the hell happened?

But wait a second, you say.  Stowe is on the TV show Revenge.  She looks fantastic and was nominated for a Golden Globe.  That’s what the hell happened to her.  Fair enough.  Pre-2011, Stowe was high on my WTHH list.  But since she’s been on a network TV show, I’ve had her on the WTHH back-burner.  But people still ask about her.  A lot.  So we’re going to go ahead and cover Stowe’s career even though she’s had a pretty impressive resurgence.  The question is, what the hell happened to Stowe’s movie career?

Stowe trained as a concert pianist from age 10-18.  She was a shy child and threw herself into her training as a way to avoid having to socialize with her peers.  Her Russian instructor continued teaching her on his deathbed.  After he passed at the age of 92, Stowe quit training.  According to Stowe, “I just felt it was time to not be by myself anymore.”  At the age of 18, Stowe started dating.

While attending the University of Southern California, Stowe appeared in a production of Solaris at a Beverly Hills theater.  An agent discovered her in the play and started getting her work on TV.

Stowe - Amazing Spider-man

Madeleine Stowe – The Amazing Spider-Man – 1978

In 1978, Stowe made her TV debut on the cop show, Baretta.  She also played a damsel-in-distress on the live action Marvel super hero show, The Amazing Spider-man (pictured).  If you want to see what Spidey looked like in the 70s, you can watch the entire groovy episode through the wonders of the internet:

My favorite part of the episode is when Spidey fights Odd Job (well, a henchmen played by Harold Sakata of Goldfinger fame anyway) who throws ninja stars instead of a bladed bowler hat.  Once he dispatches of the henchmen, he rescues Stowe, stuffs her in a car and drives away… you know, like the webslinger does in the comics.  In the next scene, he swings off a balcony with her for absolutely no reason other than to prove he can.

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Madeleine Stowe – The Nativity – 1978

Later that year, Stowe played Mary in the TV movie The Nativity.

John Shea played Joseph.  The movie focused on their relationship.  It was kind of When Joseph Met Mary…

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Madeleine Stowe – The Deerslayer – 1978

The next day, Stowe appeared in the TV movie, The Deerslayer.  The movie was an adaptation of James Fenimore Cooper’s novel.  Stowe’s dialogue was redubbed by another actress.

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Madeleine Stowe – Barnaby Jones – 1979

In 1979, Stowe appeared on an episode of the Buddy Ebsen detective show, Barnaby Jones.

The episode was called School of Terror and Sean Penn was also a guest star.

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Madeleine Stowe – Beulah Land – 1980

In 1980, Stowe appeared in the Civil War mini-series, Beulah Land.  Lesley Ann Warren and Eddie Albert starred.  The cast also included Don Johnson and Meredith Baxter.

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Madeleine Stowe – Little House on the Prairie – 1980

Later that year, Stowe played a blind painter on an episode of Little House on the Prairie titled, Portrait of Love.

Man, did that show love blindness or what?

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Madeleine Stowe – Trapper John, M.D. – 1981

In 1981, Stowe appeared in an episode of the MASH spin-off, Trapper John, M.D.

Next: Stakeout

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Posted on December 27, 2014, in Movies, What the Hell Happened?, WTHH Actress and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 63 Comments.

  1. In spite of her success on Revenge,you think some folks are still asking of her partly because
    they still haven’t watched it,perhaps?????

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    • Yes, I think that’s exactly it. I watched the first episode or so largely because she was on it. But I was a little surprised to discover it was still on the air. I have had similar reactions to some of the other WTHH subjects. When I started writing WTHH to Lea Thompson I was surprised to discover she had been working steadily in TV shows and movies that were off my radar.

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  2. Share your feelings on that awful Christmas Shoes song FO SHO!
    (the comic is a bit crude for my taste but his points are spot on)

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    • Christmas Shoes may very well be the worst song ever. I admit to a certain sense of personal hatred of it, Mainly on account of having lost a mother to cancer, partly because no one noticed how it celebrates materialism and how it seems to matter what shoes someone is wearing when they die. For fun, I re-wrote it a while back as

      The Christmas Undies

      It was almost Christmas time, there I stood in another line
      Trying to buy that last gift or two, an iPad touch for cousin Sue
      Standing right in front of me was a pre-teen boy waiting anxiously
      The kind with a tattoo on his derriere
      And in his hands he held a pair of underwear

      His clothes were red and gold, he was covered with bling from head to toe
      And when it came his time to pay
      I couldn’t believe what I heard him say

      Sir, I want to buy these undies for my Mama, please
      It’s Christmas Eve and these undies are just her size
      Could you hurry, sir, Daddy says there’s not much time
      You see Daddy’s been on Viagra for some time
      And I know these undies would make him erect all right
      And I want her to look hot if Mama and Daddy get it on tonight

      He handed over a check that seemed to go through fine
      Until the cashier said, “Son, that check’s been declined”
      All he had in his pockets was a Dora The Explorer ID
      Then he turned and he looked at me
      He said Mama makes Christmas hot at our house
      And since Arbor day we’ve had to do without
      Please please sir it will not be funny
      If I don’t come home with these Christmas undies

      So I handed over two 20 dollar bills
      I’ll never forget the look on his face when he said
      Mama’s gonna look so hot Daddy won’t need sex pills

      Sir, I want to buy these undies for my Mama, please
      It’s Christmas Eve and these undies are just her size
      Could you hurry, sir, Daddy says there’s not much time
      You see Daddy’s been on Viagra for some time
      And I know these undies would make him erect all right
      And I want her to look hot if Mama and Daddy get it on tonight

      I knew later on that I’d been had a plenty
      When I saw him and his mom and dad on TV
      They looked like the hillbillies from Deliverance
      And specialized in hardcore pornography

      Sir, I want to buy these undies for my Mama, please
      It’s Christmas Eve and these undies are just her size
      Could you hurry, sir, Daddy says there’s not much time
      You see Daddy’s been on Viagra for some time
      And I know these undies would make him erect all right
      And I want her to look hot if Mama and Daddy get it on tonigh

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      • Sorry to hear about your mom.

        Somehow, I missed the whole Christmas Shoes thing. The Patton Oswalt bit was my first exposure to it. I went back later to listen to the song and determined that it was deserving of his derision. I didn’t realize until I was finishing this article that the song had inspired books, movies and sequels. There is no accounting for taste. I swear, some people just want to have their tears jerked from their eyes. Doesn’t matter how crassly it is done. Tears = goodness. Personally, I feel cheated if a movie, book or song attempts to pull unearned tears. There is very little I like less than emotional manipulation in entertainment.

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    • Patton Oswalt is a certified genius. His points are always spot on.

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  3. I actually really liked Unlawful Entry. I thought that for a thriller it was actually above-average and quite entertaining, even engrossing. Kurt Russell is just always good when on-screen and Ray Liotta, still fresh from the brilliant Goodfellas excelled here at playing a creepy, intimidating cop obsessed with Russell’s wife.. A lot of actors would have overplayed the obsessed crazed cop and made it a more one-note role but Liotta was able to give some depth to the performance, I thought.

    This was also where I first took notice of Madeleine Stowe. I know I had seen Stakeout a few years before this but I cannot for the life of me remember Stowe in that, so apparently she didn’t make any lasting impression on me then, but here in Unlawful Entry she did.

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    • I always liked that film as well. I guess that I still think that people can wreak someone’s life, if that become, I don’t know, like THAT.

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    • I was already a big Stowe fan. I’m actually surprised by how many of her early movies I had seen. She was on my radar from Stakeout on.

      I had mixed feelings about Unlawful Entry. On the one hand, it was boiler plate material. At the time, there were so many similar thrillers out there. All of them basically milking the Fatal Attraction formula for a few more drops. On the other, Unlawful Entry was a little better executed especially in terms of acting than most of the other entries in the genre at the time. I can’t really recommend it without major disclaimers that the script is lacking.

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  4. I cannot get over the coincidence that before her comeback role in the current tv series Revenge, she starred in a theatrical film 20 years earlier called…… Revenge! I haven’t seen either of them, but I love the coincidence of it all.

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    • I remember when I first heard of the TV show I assumed it was related to the movie given her involvement and the same name. It is a pretty big coincidence as these things go.

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  5. Wow, my friend was (is? it’s been years) a big fan of “Dream On” (anytime I see Wendie Maylick, I think of that show). I’m not great at knowing it, but I liked the show.

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  6. I actually liked “The Two Jakes”. After reading this here, I have more respect for the material (as Robert Evans and “The Cotton Club” goes, no deep and thoughtful words would do much for be there:-)

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  7. Another great article, Lebeau. I love Madeleine Stowe, and I really wish she could have been a more prominent leading lady – she certainly possesses more beauty and charisma than most of the “A-list” actresses you see nowadays.
    Twelve Monkeys and The Last of the Mohicans are awesome movies. And I know Bad Girls is a total cheese fest, but it’s one of my guilty pleasures… I watched it many times in my early teens.

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    • I’m glad you enjoyed it. And thanks for the catch. 😉

      I too was a big fan of Stowe. She was just so stunningly beautiful I could not take my eyes off her on the screen. She managed to have both a strength and a vulnerability which I think is rare. I wish she could have made more movies, but I’m glad to see she is still going strong on TV. Even though I don’t watch Revenge, maybe she’ll show up on something I do watch next.

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    • I have sat through Bad Girls more than once, almost entirely to see Madeleine Stowe.

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      • I only watched it once and was pretty disappointed given the talent involved. If I watched it a second time, it would mostly be for Stowe

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        • I remember that before I watched it the first time, my thinking was “it has Madeleine Stowe and Mary Stuart Masterson–how bad could it be?” Turns out the answer was, pretty bad.

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        • That was my exact thought process. They were two of my favorite actresses at the time.

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      • Here’s the one Drew Barrymore movie Drew Barrymore doesn’t really love

        http://hellogiggles.com/drew-barrymore-movie/2/

        “I wish that film Bad Girls was more bad,” Drew confessed. “I was like, ‘Let’s be like, dudes! But like, women. But dudes.’”

        Drew is referencing her 1994 female Western film. In Bad Girls she co-stars with Madeleine Stowe, Mary Stuart Masterson and Andie MacDowell, a group of ladies on the run from detectives. Though it might not be her favorite film, Drew was quick to defend the film’s director, Jonathan Kaplan, calling him “wonderful.”

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    • Yeah, really solid write up. You know, I never liked “Bad Girls”. I wanted to, but I just felt something was off about it. I still like the principal cast though!

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  8. Thanks for this nice appreciation of Madeleine Stowe’s career; she has been a favorite of mine for over 20 years now. She was terrific as a courageous frontier heroine in Last of the Mohicans and although Blink was not a huge success, I thought she was equally good as the protagonist there (and for me, having her character be the fiddler in a Celtic-style band was icing on the cake). More recently, I loved her as the staunch army wife in We Were Soldiers–not a huge role but a very good performance. She would easily make any list I made up of the most beautiful women in the history of film.

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  9. LeBeau,

    Thanks for reviewing the beautiful and talented Madeleine Stowe. I will never forget the swimming pool scene in Unlawful Entry where she is swimming across the pool. Her beauty rivals that of my wife’s, and as such forces me to seek out her performances at every opportunity. I do not think it’s fair to say What the Hell Happened to her movie career. I suspect that she earned enough money to have the freedom to choose her roles according to her personal preference. …I think she is just taking it easy while her grand kids grow up. This is merely a pause in her movie career. In a few years we’ll see her back in the movies. In the mean time she fills in with a little TV to keep herself busy.

    Happy New Year Everybody.

    Brad Deal

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    • I get the impression that Stowe is one of those cases where the absences from the screen were mostly by choice. She’s shown she still has “it”. I think she’ll be working for as long as she wants to be working. I saw an interview with her talking about Revenge and she said they have her working 50 hour days. So I won’t be surprised if she takes some time off after Revenge wraps up which will probably be soon I would think. But she’ll be back.

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  10. I have affection for “Unlawful Entry” mostly because I viewed it with my friend Mike, so it’s something of a time capsule picture for me. I think Madeleine Stowe is solid overall; I like her action:-)

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  11. how about one on michael cera

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  12. You had Stowe’s fellow Bad Girl Andie MacDowell on your possibilities list…….since her
    Hallmark Channel hit Cedar Cove is going into season 3,I’ll bet you’ll spare her from the list
    for now,perhaps?????

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    • I came very close to a write-up on MacDowell. I picked out pictures for the article. They are still stored on the site media. But as I researched the article, I decided there were better candidates. So yes, MacDowell got a reprieve. Probably a long one.

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  13. Possible for WTTH: Aidan Quinn.
    Possible for How The Hell Did They Ever Have A Career Anyway, Given Their Complete Lack of Talent*?: Jonathan Rhys Meyers.

    *I feel that this could be a popular thread. Full of venting, spleen, & disputation, yes, but popular nonetheless. 😀

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  14. Who were the up-and-coming actors that never became huge stars?

    http://forum.dvdtalk.com/12175595-post308.html

    Some of these people like Madeline Stowe failed because you realize their acting skills are limited.

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  15. Retrospective / Review: 12 Monkeys (1995)

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  16. I think the real question is, what the hell happened to Brian Benben? Not that he was ever a star, but he was on ‘Dream On’ and then ‘poof!’ Disappeared from showbiz forever. If Madeline Stowe’s been home with the kids, what the hell has he been doing all this time? Did he go behind the camera, focus on the stage, or into a totally different field?

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    • He does a TON of TV. Apparently he’s been on Private Practice for six years. Who knew? He does also work as a TV producer.

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      • Oh, I see. He made a living off of guest spots. Some actors can manage that.

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        • Yeah, I’ve seen him around here and there, it’s just that overall he hasn’t done a lot of projects. He’s one of those people who has a name that makes me smile though, right up there with Rae Dawn Chong and Moon Unit Zappa.

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  17. I just began reading this wonderful blog about two weeks ago, and it’s great to finally get some closure on some of these talents that seemed to disappear.

    Anyway, Madeleine Stowe is phenomenal. I was born pretty much after her peak in feature length films, but first noticed her on Revenge – the television show. It was a show some of my friends watched, and I paid little attention to it at first. The only reason I kept up with it was because of Stowe. It was often very soap opera-y and the writing could be sharp one episode and all over the place the next. Halfway through the first season, I remember asking my mom who it was that played Victoria Grayson because she very much stood out. My mom was already familiar with her and said she was definitely a more high caliber actor on the series who had been somewhat popular in the 90s. What was once a decent drama became more and more convoluted, as Stowe and her co-stars all but admit to in interviews, but, wow — Stowe’s character was very hard for me not to find sympathetic, despite the horrible things she does throughout the show’s run (many will disagree, but I don’t think most people who watch Revenge care about multidimensional characters). I think it’s Stowe’s acting that makes me hard to shake this character. Many other good actresses would still stumble on the material.

    This isn’t meant to be a full endorsement of the series, but I’m sure that I’m one of Stowe’s younger fans, and she definitely caught me by surprise. Very talented, and from what I’ve seen in her interviews, down to earth and cares more about honoring a good story instead of milking it (sadly, the showrunners on Revenge didn’t; her requests of being killed off were seemingly denied repeatedly, thus dragging her along for four seasons). Admittedly, I am kind of okay with that because I got to see more of her. I’ve seen Blink already and look forward to exploring more of her past films. Hope we see a little more of her.

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    • Thanks, Nick. I’m glad you found our little website. Thanks for taking the time to comment.

      I am not one of Stowe’s youngest fans. 😉 I remember watching her movies and developing what I call a cinematic crush. If Stowe was in a movie, I knew that there would be at least one reason to watch it. Even in bad movies, she was good. I have seen bits of Revenge, but I came too late to get fully invested. Maybe I will binge watch some day.

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    • Yeah, I’ve never seen her give a stiff performance (I feel “Blink” is better than given credit for), and brings a level of professionalism and beauty to whatever project she’s in (even the goofy 1994 film “Bad Girls”).

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      • I will second that Blink is underrated. I always thought Aidan Quinn would eventually hit it big.

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        • I’m another who thinks Blink is very good, as I indicated upthread. Stowe and Quinn have such great chemistry onscreen.

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        • If I remember correctly the problem was the movie turned into a fairly conventional thriller in the end.

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        • My take has always been that the thriller elements of the plot are not really integrated well with the rest of the story–they feel grafted on a lot of the time. I do, however, like how Stowe’s character is ultimately able to save herself from the killer at the end, without a rescue from her detective boyfriend.

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        • That is a plus. I should probably revisit it. I remember being surprised it didn’t get more love than it did.

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        • Yeah, second Aidan Quinn; that thought has crossed my mind when I see him on the screen.

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  18. I think a big reason for Stowe’s decline was plastic surgery. Too much plastic surgery, particularly facelift. At the time of Avenging Angelo, I remember I remained a bit bewildered to see her plastified face. Would had more peacefully accepted her aging, maybe Stowe would had received some better offers than unpicked pilots and Lifetime TV-movies.

    And another problem, probably linked with the one above, she was almost never considered a real actress but rather just seen as a beauty. Probably not enterely her fault, more producers’ and agents’ fault. Yet, when she eventually had a chance to work in an auteur film and to prove her talent, in Short Cuts she stupidly switched a very great role for another, smaller and quite unmemorable. A big mistake in the end, but also Julianne Moore’s fortune.

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  19. Madeleine Stowe lands on 12 Monkeys

    http://www.ew.com/article/2016/02/25/12-monkeys-madeleine-stowe-season-2-syfy

    The Revenge alum will guest on the season finale.

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  20. Name Some Of The Worst Hollywood Collapses

    https://www.datalounge.com/thread/16524226-name-some-of-the-worst-hollywood-collapses

    Madeleine Stowe? She was in every other movie released for a few years in the early 90s and then disappeared. She had a rep for being difficult, right?

    —Anonymous

    reply 123 Last Thursday at 4:54 PM

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    • [R186], I agree. M. Stowe’s career didn’t collapse. She had a few good years and she faded a bit as she aged which basically is the career trajectory for every actress over 35 years old. And that’s true for many actors too.

      But someone like JRM? In his late 20’s/early 30’s, award nominated/winner, carrying a Showtime drama and getting busted for drunkenness at airports. That’s a collapse.

      —Anonymous

      reply 189 Last Thursday at 7:20 PM

      Someone up-thread inquired about Madeline Stowe, and she has just been cast in the second season of Syfy’s 12 MONKEYS, which is based on the 1995 film of the same name that also starred Stowe.

      reply 291 Last Friday at 8:43 AM

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  21. 15 Movie Stars Who Peaked in the ’90s

    http://screenrant.com/best-movie-stars-peaked-in-the-90s/?view=all

    MADELEINE STOWE

    Madeleine Stowe has barely registered a blip on the radar of modern moviegoers. Literally. Her last big screen role was 2003’s so-so thriller Octane, and the L.A. native has strictly stuck to Emmy nominated TV like Revenge (2011-15) ever since. As a result, Stowe is one of the few entries on the list to minimize output on her own afflicted terms; living off a Texas ranch and raising a family in lieu of luscious parts. Even if she hadn’t cut down her work schedule, however, Stowe’s ’90s output would’ve been a tough act to follow.

    Starting out as the femme fatale in films like Revenge (1990) and The Two Jakes (1990), the actress quickly developed an onscreen image of refinement, going on to to radiate through Unlawful Entry (1992), The Last of the Mohicans (1992), Short Cuts (1993), and China Moon (1994). Independent without being overbearing, Stowe could talk audiences into even the strangest of plot-lines, be it sci-fi (Blink) or downright dystopian (12 Monkeys) in origin. Come to think of it, maybe she retired simply because she had done it all by the new millennium.

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  22. Madeleine Stowe — Naked & Afraid … I Was Robbed at Gunpoint in My Home

    https://t.co/Kvc7pUYCey

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  23. I adore Madeleine. I really do. She’s an extraordinary actress and I think it’s really nice how she has a stable family, with a beautiful daughter and husband, without the constant need of exposing them and herself. It’s really refreshing to see someone so talented, beautiful and that acts like her age in a world of arrogant, promiscuous and multiple baby daddies actresses.

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  24. her former costar richard dreyfuss is due for one

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    • Name Some Of The Worst Hollywood Collapses

      https://www.datalounge.com/thread/16524226-name-some-of-the-worst-hollywood-collapses

      Richard Dreyfuss’s drug use and obnoxious behavior was legendary. He says he was diagnosed as bipolar in middle age, but everyone knew he was an uncontrollable, ego-maniacal cocaine maniac.

      Even today he is considered difficult. He was supposed to play Max Bialystock in the Producers but “dropped out,” claiming he wasn’t physically able to perform the role due to a bad back. Nathan Lane replaced him and didn’t do any somersaults or anything. Dreyfuss had been fired.

      He wrote a book claiming he has 16 different personalities.

      —Anonymous

      reply 158 02/25/2016

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  25. I strongly suspect people aren’t going to like this comment, but… I think a big part of why it took a while for her to gain traction is because when she came back and started working again, her face looked pretty different.

    Frankly, I think she’s much less pretty than she used to be- and not because she’s aged, but because she has that “one plastic surgery too many” appearance while she was trying to fight aging.

    I hate it. I hate the double standard in Hollywood, I hate that women don’t simply feel comfortable aging, I hate that society pressures them to age, I even hate that I’m commenting and pointing out that she’s plainly had too much work done.

    But here’s the thing: I remember watching her in “Raines” and thinking “she looks like an android”. Seriously, her face was so frozen in that, it was like watching a wooden mannequin try to act.

    She’s apparently started laying off the Botox since then, because she was much better in Revenge.

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    • I don’t think too many people are going to fight you on that one. I personally didn’t notice but I haven’t seen much of Stowe’s work during the time period when she was theoretically using Botox.

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  26. What Happened to Madeleine Stowe – News & Updates

    http://gazettereview.com/2016/12/happened-madeleine-stowe-news-updates/

    Madeleine Stowe is an American actress who is best known for her role as Maria McGuire in the comedy film, Stakeout. Having played the piano ever since she was ten, Stowe’s initial dreams were to become a concert pianist. Although she was brilliantly skilled on the keyboard instrument, she eventually quit following the death of her music instructor in 1976. While acting was never something that was at the forefront of her mind, she later volunteered to take part in a theatre production while she was a student at the University of Southern Californiaーit was there, at the Beverly Hills theatre that she ultimately caught the attention of a movie agent, who happened to be present in the audience. Recognizing her performing talents, he eventually helped her land a few television and film roles. At the age of twenty in 1978, Stowe made her small screen debut when she guest-starred in an episode of the police drama, Baretta. Later that same year, she also appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man, The Nativity and The Deerslayer.

    After a string of television appearances, the brunette made her film debut in the crime film, Gangster Wars (1981). From there, she went back to acting on television for few years prior to returning to the big screen for her breakthrough role in the crime comedy, Stakeout in 1987. Since then, she has gone on to star in the movies Tropical Snow (1988), Worth Winning (1989), Revenge (1990), The last of the Mohicans (1992), Unlawful Entry (1992), Bad Girls (1994), and The General’s Daughter (1999), to name a few. Having successful paved her way to stardom, Stowe has also accumulated a fair amount industry awards throughout her career. So far, she has received a Golden Globe Award, a National Society of Film Critics Award, a Venice Film Festival Award, and an Imagen Award, amongst a few others. In addition, she has also been nominated for two ALMA Awards, a Saturn Award, a Blockbuster Entertainment Award, and a TV Guide Award.

    Named as one of the “50 Most Beautiful People in the World” by People Magazine, the actress has guest-starred in a handful of television talk shows over the yearsーthe first being that of The Arsenio Hall Show back in 1992. Some of the other series which she’s appeared in include Late Show with David Letterman (1994), The Rosie O’Donnell Show (1999), Charlie Rose (1999), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1999) and Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2012). Aside from being interviewed, Stowe has also starred in several documentaries throughout her career such as The Essentials (2001), We Were Soldiers: Getting It Right (2002), Obsession: The Sex and Violence of Revenge (2007), and Biography (2003). Although she briefly left the show business in 2003 to spend more time with her family, she later announced her return to the screens in 2011.

    So what has the actress of Stakeout fame been up to lately? What new films or television projects have she taken on? What happened to Madeleine Stowe? Where is she now in 2017?

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