For the role of Angela de Marco, she donned a curly brunette wig and a Brooklyn accent, Pfeiffer then appeared as chic restauranteuse Jo Ann Vallenari in Tequila Sunrise (1988) opposite Mel Gibson and Kurt Russell, but experienced creative and personal differences with director Robert Towne, who later described her as the "most difficult" actress he has ever worked with.Pfeiffer joined the cast of Stephen Frears's Dangerous Liaisons (1988) alongside Glenn Close and John Malkovich, playing the virtuous victim of seduction, Madame Marie de Tourvel.The film was a critical and commercial failure, and Pfeiffer's single release of "Cool Rider" from the film's soundtrack on Poly Gram failed to dent the music charts.Nevertheless, Pfeiffer received some positive attention for her performance, notably from The New York Times, which said "although she is a relative screen newcomer, Miss Pfeiffer manages to look much more insouciant and comfortable than anyone else in the cast".Previously Kevin founded Digg, Revision3, and was a General Partner at Google Ventures.-- Accolades --Top 25 Angel Investors (Bloomberg)Top 25 Web Celebrities (Forbes)Top 25 Most Influential People on the Web (Time)Most Influential People on the Web (Businessweek)Top 35 Innovators under 35 (MIT)Webby Award winner (five-time winner)-- Media Appearances --ABC Nightline News The Jimmy Fallon Show (2011, 2012)Charlie Rose Show-- Print Appearances --Businessweek, Cover Inc.The 35-year-old TV personality and former pop star was caught on camera on a night out with the 48-year-old - who served 18 years in prison for the 1994 murder of car dealer Robert Magill - over the Easter weekend.Pfeiffer found major critical and popular acclaim for her performance of Catwoman in Tim Burton's superhero film Batman Returns (1992).
He currently serves on the board of directors at HODINKEE and advisory board for the Tony Hawk Foundation, and Harlan Estate.
The man in question: Kevin Lane, 48, was jailed for 18 years for the murder of Robert Magill in 1994.
He was released in January 2015 - Kerry denies knowing his identity when they met and enjoyed a night out Following the revelation of her night out with Kevin, a source told the newspaper: 'There was an instant connection between Kevin and Kerry.
Her performance won her widespread acclaim; Hal Hinson of The Washington Post saw Pfeiffer's role as "the least obvious and the most difficult.
Nothing is harder to play than virtue, and Pfeiffer is smart enough not to try. Her porcelain-skinned beauty, in this regard, is a great asset, and the way it's used makes it seem an aspect of her spirituality".