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Where Did They All Go? The Stars Of The Eighties

Welcome to an exciting journey back in time! In the ’80s, we saw some of the most memorable faces on our screens and stages. From musicians to actors and actresses, they made us laugh, dance, and cry. But where did they all go? In this article, we’ll take a look at the stars of the ’80s and discover what they’ve been up to since then. So, buckle up and get ready to rediscover your favorite stars!

Winona Ryder

Thanks to starring in “Heathers,” “Edward Scissorhands,” and “Beetlejuice,” Winona Ryder was a big star in the eighties. She credits her early success to Tim Burton. She dated Johnny Depp for four years, though the two never got any farther than that stage. She’s had several other high-profile relationships but has never been married.

Winona took a long break from acting between 2002 and 2009. Today, you can find her starring in a show that’s heavily inspired by the 80s’ “Stranger Things.”

Christina Applegate

She started acting in 1972, but it wasn’t until ten years later that Christina Applegate really became a star. She was in “Charles in Charge” and “Heart of the City,” and her best year came in 1986 with numerous guest spots. The very next year she got a starting spot in “Married… with Children,” which ran for ten years, late into the nineties.

Since then she’s done plenty on TV and in movies. Most recently she’s been starring in “Dead to Me,” while also working as the show’s executive producer. She’s garnered a huge number of awards ever since she started acting.

Jerry Hall

Six feet tall, with long blonde hair and a blazing smile, Jerry Hall became one of the most famous models of the eighties. She only became more famous thanks to her relationship with rocker Mick Jagger. She appeared in “Urban Cowboy” in 1980 as well as Tim Burton’s “Batman” in 1989.

While her relationship with Jagger ended in 1999, she was still acting in stage shows, movies, and television shows. She dabbles in some things now, including writing music, reality shows, and art collecting. She married media mogul Rupert Murdoch in 2016.

Debbie Gibson

Debbie Gibson isn’t the first name people jump to when they think of eighties pop stars, but there’s no denying her brilliance. She was the youngest person ever to write, produce, and perform a number-one single on the “Billboard” Hot 100. That was in 1988 with her track when her track “Foolish Beat.” She was eighteen.

She’s also become a Broadway actor, with starring roles in shows such as “Les Misérables” and “Grease.” In addition, she’s been in several Hallmark Channel movies – but her first role was uncredited, it was in 1984’s “Ghostbusters.

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