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Jane Fonda’s career is a dizzying blend of inspiring, trailblazing and entertaining. Did she sleep her way there? Look at these details.

Get nude: Did Jane Fonda sleep with a director on an audition?

Have you ever had a moment that made you go, “Wait, what?!” Hollywood legend Jane Fonda did and she’s spilling the tea! During her guest appearance on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live, Fonda was part of the “Plead the Fifth” segment. And guess what? She wasn’t holding back! 

Let’s dive into all the nude details and see if any nude photos were a part of this story – decades before selfies were a thing.

The French Connection

When asked about a Hollywood bigwig who once made a pass at her, the 85-year-old actress didn’t hesitate to name the late French director René Clément. Clément, renowned for films like The Battle of the Rails and the Oscar-nominated Forbidden Games, had an unusual request for Fonda back in the day.

“He wanted to go to bed with me because he said the character had to have an orgasm in the movie and he needed to see what my orgasms were like,” Fonda disclosed. Whoa! The jaw-dropping reveal had host Andy Cohen exclaiming, “Are you kidding me?” Does that mean a nude photo meant the difference between getting and not getting the part?

Sitting comfortably with fellow Book Club: The Next Chapter stars Candice Bergen and Mary Steenburgen, Fonda had more Hollywood tales to tell. She shared how she once encountered Michael Jackson and Greta Garbo in all their au naturel glory.

During the filming of On Golden Pond, the King of Pop paid Fonda a visit at her lakeside cottage. She reminisced about a moonlit night when Jackson decided to skinny-dip. On another instance, she witnessed the divine Greta Garbo take a dive into icy water, raving about her athletic bod. 

Shadowy Hollywood

Jane Fonda’s open book moment is a part of a broader conversation on Hollywood’s culture since the #Metoo movement. Hollywood isn’t just red carpets and blockbuster hits; it has its dark corners too.

Jane Fonda is no stranger to standing up against the tide. Born in New York City in 1937, into the renowned Fonda family, she grew up surrounded by fame. However, it’s not just her successful acting career, spanning from Barbarella to Monster-in-Law, that’s noteworthy. This dynamic dame has been a relentless activist for civil rights, women’s rights, and more.

In the early ‘70s, Fonda emerged as a prominent critic of the Vietnam War, earning her the nickname “Hanoi Jane.” Despite the controversies, she’s been unstoppable.

Firebrand activist

Her prowess on the silver screen is as legendary as her activism. With two Academy Awards, for Klute and Coming Home, and an incredible seven nominations, Fonda is a titan in Hollywood. But wait, there’s more! She’s also won several Golden Globes and even earned the Cecil B. DeMille Award. Looks like she never needed to post nude photos, her talent shone through far brighter.

Jane Fonda’s career is a dizzying blend of inspiring, trailblazing and entertaining. Through six decades, she’s shown an unwavering dedication to her craft and causes. After a night of revelations, Andy Cohen had one final question: “Who do you think is the biggest misogynist in Hollywood?” To this, Jane responded, “I plead the fifth,” with a mock horror expression.

Jane Fonda, a beacon of talent and resilience, shows no signs of slowing down. So, who knows what’s next for her? The better question might be – what isn’t?


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