Megan Denise Fox (born 16 May 1986) has been in a bunch of blockbusters. Megan also is one of America's premiere sex symbols due to her numerous high-profile roles in which she delightfully flaunts her charms.
At heart, though, Megan is just an ordinary Tennessee girl. Let's take a look at Megan and see what we can learn about her.
Megan is from Oak Ridge, Tennesse. She grew up with her mother.
Megan studied dance and drama as a child. She moved to St. Petersburg, Florida when she was 10 years old.
It is easy to think that Megan Fox began her acting career with the "Transformers" franchise, because that is where everyone knows her from. However, she began building the foundation for her later success years earlier. Megan got her first break when she was just 15, playing a spoiled heiress in the direct-to-dvd film "Holiday in the Sun" (2001).
|Megan helpfully showing us one of her many tattoos.|
Her next big role was "Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen" (2004), in which Megan played Carla Santini opposite Lindsay Lohan.
Megan played Sydney Shanowski on ABC comedy "Hope & Faith" for two seasons in 2004-2006.
Next came her biggest break, when Megan was cast in "Transformers," the 2007 Michael Bay blockbuster. She played Mikaela Banes opposite Shia LaBeouf.
With the "Transformers" franchise breaking box office records, Megan reprised her role in the sequel, "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" (2009).
The second "Transformers" film also was a success. There was a lot of anticipation about the third film in the series.
However, when filming began, Megan had some words with Bay. Steven Spielberg heard about it and ordered her to be replaced. Apparently, Fox had compared Bay with Hitler.
After that came "Jonah Hex." Nobody seemed to like the pirate drama. A few other minor roles in forgettable films followed.
A lot of people were down on Megan at this point. However, just when things looked bleak, Michael Bay - who had crossed her on the "Transformers" sequel - hired Megan to play the lead on his reboot of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" (2014). It was so successful that a sequel, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows" (2016) was approved.
Megan later snagged a part in "New Girl" on television.
Megan is married to Brian Austin Green. They have three sons, Journey River Green, Noah Shannon and Bodhi Ransom Green. The youngest, Journey, was born in August 2016.
Megan and Green currently are seeking a divorce. Or, maybe they aren't. They have had a turbulent relationship, and they've filed papers, and withdrawn them, more than once.
Megan openly admits to being bisexual, though it is unclear if she ever has acted upon it.
Megan is one of the most beautiful girls in Hollywood, but it is a well-known fact that she has a clubbed thumb. She also says that she has various issues such as OCD, but they certainly don't seem to interfere with her work. We'll be seeing a lot more of Megan Fox, but bye for now!