After gaining notoriety with a one-year stint on soap opera General Hospital, Demi Moore (pictured in 1984) joined the Brat Pack with a part in St. Elmo's Fire, going on to star in the popular 1986 films One Crazy Summer and About Last Night (the latter with fellow Pack member Rob Lowe). She found true commercial success with a Golden Globe-nominated performance opposite Patrick Swayze in 1990's Ghost. She followed that up with hits like A Few Good Men (1992), Indecent Proposal (1993) and Disclosure (1994), becoming the first-ever actress to earn a $10 million paycheck. Her star waned a bit after 1996's critically drubbed Striptease, in which she revealed a rumored-to-be surgically enhanced physique in all its naked glory. In her personal life, Moore was briefly engaged to Emilio Estevez in 1986, married Bruce Willis in 1987, and sparked controversy with the now-iconic 1991 Vanity Fair cover where she posed nude while seven months pregnant.