Jane Fonda, at 73, is the ultimate been-there-done-that creature, a chameleon of endless variety: member of a leading Hollywood dynasty, Broadway actress, international film star, relentless political activist, physical-fitness entrepreneur, author.She’s constantly transforming herself, and her struggles for recognition, love, and successful motherhood mirror those of a generation of women.However, once she arrived in Paris, she grew concerned.
Olga Fonda, born Olga Tchakova, is an Russian-born model and actress who came to America from Ukhta, Russia in 1996 when she was fourteen years old.
She has appeared in minor roles on TV series such as Nip/Tuck, Ugly Betty, Entourage, How I Met Your Mother, Melrose Place, and Svetlana before she earned the role of Nadia, the vampire and former Traveler witch daughter of Katerina Petrova, in The Vampire Diaries.
It is, however, not the same license as specified on upload, which was the cc-by-sa-2.0, and it is unknown whether that license ever was valid.
This file contains additional information such as Exif metadata which may have been added by the digital camera, scanner, or software program used to create or digitize it.
Vadim hoped to take advantage of Jane’s increasing celebrity on two continents to get the movie made.
While the agent cooked, Vadim drew Jane out in his gentle, hesitant way. “He had the high-voltage charm of a star himself.” She could tell that Jane was captivated by him.One critic raved about her “wall-to-wall teeth and rippling blonde hair.” This beautiful daughter of Henry Fonda had really captured the French imagination.Jane could not understand why the media constantly compared her to Brigitte Bardot, France’s reigning sex symbol.One imagined she might be innocent and child-like in bed, while Jane’s manner as a seductress was a bit mocking. Bardot didn’t give off those vibes.”On December 21, Jane’s French agent, Olga Horstig, threw an impromptu dinner for her to celebrate her birthday.The only other guest was the notorious film director Roger Vadim, most famous for being the man who had discovered Bardot. One of my favorite things about shooting this show was the BREAKFAST!!! The breakfast was so good that it really helped jumpstart my day. I often found myself driving on an empty freeway because everyone was still asleep! During the first few days, I had to adjust to the loud noise on set which included gun shots and explosions. There is something magical about feeling the paper, making notes and page marks. I heard a lot about this show, but didn't start watching until I learned that I was auditioning for it. I struggled with the sides all the way until I read in the room. Little did I know that I would be traveling to Atlanta a few hours later! Then so many of my colleagues and friends only knew me by that name that it became my real name. We had the privilege of spending time with Sharon while promoting the show.