Bridget Fonda is an American actress. Her Hollywood career started in the 1980s. Her initial works on the big screen were You Can’t Hurry Love and Scandal, among others. The next decade, she starred as Grace Hamilton in The Godfather Part III. She went on to star in the films Single White Female, Little Buddha, It Could Happen to You, Jackie Brown, and Lake Placid. In the 2000s, she starred in the films Delivering Milo, Monkeybone, Kiss of the Dragon, and The Whole Shebang. Her last work as an actress before retiring was as the titular character on the made-for-television movie Snow Queen.