Jamie Lee Curtis daughter Rudy:- Jamie Lee Curtis is joyously revealing the transgender identity of her youngest daughter. Curtis “scaled down her acting career in the mid-1990s to dedicate more time to raising her two children,” according to the AARP article. Curtis has reintroduced himself to big films in recent years. Curtis reprised her role as Laurie Strode in the 2018 sequel “Halloween,” and also co-starred in the 2019 hit murder mystery film “Knives Out.” Curtis shared the AARP cover on her Instagram page, along with a lengthy caption about how happy she was about this creative phase of her life and the success of her philanthropic company (a nonprofit called My Hand In Yours).
“Janet was married four times; Bob was married four times; Tony was married six times. It is what it is, but I believe as a result, I have always had a soft spot for vulnerable children.” Among her numerous upcoming film projects, which include the highly anticipated sequels to the recent “Halloween” reboot, Curtis is set to bring the true story of Sara Cunningham, a mother who offers LGBTQ people “free mom hugs,” to the big screen.
After reading a popular Facebook post about how Cunningham, who has a homosexual son, acts as a stand-in mother for same-sex couples on their wedding day, Curtis contacted Cunningham and acquired the rights to her memoir.
“Birdie decided to start collecting unopened cosmetics and hygiene products from myself and other influencers (actors, singers, makeup and hair professionals) to give to the @lalgbtcenter in support of the queer and trans kids for whom the Center offers a safe place,” Philipps tweeted. “Well, thanks to the generosity of many of my friends, Birdie was able to donate HUNDREDS of items to the centre,” Curtis said in an interview with AARP on Wednesday that she has “watched with wonder and pride as our son became our daughter Ruby.”
Curtis said, “Not yet, but I want to.” The actress posted an Instagram picture of the magazine cover on Wednesday, adding in the caption that she is “glad that my family is safe and thriving.”
The 62-year-old actress said that her daughter’s transition made her confront her previous views about gender identity and expression being fixed, adding that this present period of life is a “continuous transformation.” “I am someone who sheds every day,” she told the magazine. “Let us dispose of it; I am not in need of it. It’s all about outdated concepts that no longer work.” Curtis and Guest also have a married daughter called Annie, who is 34 years old.