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Reese Witherspoon was arguably America’s favorite sweetheart for years, take a look at her career

Reese Witherspoon was born on March 22, 1976 in New Orleans to her parents Betty and John Witherspoon. Witherspoon started modeling at a very young age and landed her first major role in “The Man in the Moon” in 1991. After that, she landed roles in “Jack the Bear” and “A Far Off Place” in 1993.

Witherspoon took a short break from acting in hopes of earning a degree from Stanford, but she was unable to finish due to her busy career.

In 1996, Witherspoon starred in “Fear” and “Freeway.” In 1999, Witherspoon starred in “Election” and “Cruel Intentions”, a film in which she starred alongside Ryan Phillippe. She married Phillippe the year the film was released. They share two children, Ava and Deacon. Witherspoon and Phillippe divorced in 2006. She then married Jim Toth in 2011. The two share their son, Tennessee. Witherspoon and Toth divorced in 2023.


It was in 2001 that Witherspoon played the role of Elle Woods in the comedy “Legally Blonde.” A sequel to the original film was released a few years later, in 2003.

Witherspoon starred in the popular film “Sweet Home Alabama” in 2002 and won the Academy Award for best actress for portraying June Carter Cash in the film based on the life of Johnny Cash, “Walk the Line.”

In December 2010, Witherspoon joined the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 2014, she produced and starred in “Gone Girl” and “Wild.”


Witherspoon is no stranger to the big or small screen. In 2017, she found success on television with the show “Big Little Lies”, which won an Emmy for outstanding limited series. She then appeared on the shows “Little Fires Everywhere” and “The Morning Show.”

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