November 19, 1962 (61)
Jodie Foster is an American actress, director, and producer. She is a two-time Academy Award winner and one of the most respected and acclaimed actors of her generation. Foster began her career as a child actress, and rose to prominence with her roles in films such as “Taxi Driver” and “The Silence of the Lambs”. Throughout her career, she has consistently delivered powerful and nuanced performances, and has been recognized with numerous awards and honors for her work in film and television. In addition to her acting career, Foster is also a talented director, and has helmed several critically acclaimed films, including “Little Man Tate” and “Home for the Holidays”. With her talent, versatility, and dedication to her craft, Jodie Foster is widely regarded as one of the greatest actors of all time.