Andie MacDowell has been the face of L'Oréal for more than a quarter century!
Andie first signed a contract with the Elite modelling agency in 1978. Her sensuality secured her a successful career. Later, cinema allowed her to reveal another talent to the world: her ability to combine humour and beauty.
In 1984, when starring in Calvin Klein's advertising campaign, Andie was spotted by the film industry, and cut her cinematic teeth alongside Christopher Lambert in "Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes." But it was in 1989 that Andie MacDowell became a big star, in "Sex, Lies, and Videotape", directed by Steven Soderbergh, for which she received the award for Best Actress at the Los Angeles Film Critics Awards. The following year, her role in "Green Card" with Gérard Depardieu earned her a second nomination at the Golden Globes.
Despite her meteoric rise to fame, Andie was no flash in the pan. She further proved her acting credentials in 1994 in "Four Weddings and a Funeral" by Mike Newell. More recently, having received an honorary César to acknowledge her work during her entire career, Andie was set to star opposite her daughter Rainey in the comedy drama "Mighty Fine."
Committed to good causes, Andie MacDowell supports the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund, as well as UNICEF, and the Enough project, which campaigns against genocide and crimes against humanity.