In the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many celebrities show their love for their fans. One of them is Jamie Lee Curtis, who recently shared a photo of herself on Instagram and encouraged her fans to wear masks to save lives.
Alongside an adorable snap that shows her wearing a mask, the 61-year-old wrote, "People wear masks for entertainment. People wear masks to disguise their identity. People wear masks every day to save lives."
In her post, she also said that the "current uptick in cases" of novel coronavirus around the US, and the "potential for 100,000 cases daily" is truly frightening.
Jamie Lee Curtis at Project Angel Food on September 14, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. | Photo: Getty Images
Curtis recently signed to direct her first movie, "Mother Nature," as reported by Closer Weekly. She will add the film to a long list of upcoming projects.
Apparently, Curtis is following the path of her husband, Christopher Guest. She has been married to the acclaimed actor and director since 1984.
Curtis will reprise her role as Laurie Strode in the upcoming horror film, "Halloween Kills," directed by David Gordon Green. It is a sequel to 2018's "Halloween." As reported by Cinemablend, the movie is set to show up in theaters on October 16.
EARLY LIFE AND CAREER
Curtis was born in Los Angeles, California, in November 1958, as stated on her IMDb profile. She is the daughter of actors Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis.
Her big break at acting came when she was picked to star as Laurie Strode in the hit 1978 movie "Halloween." She gained recognition after starring in films like "Perfect" (1985) and "A Fish Called Wanda" (1988).
Aside from being a great actress, Curtis is also a writer.
Christopher Guest and Jamie Lee Curtis at the Linwood Dunn Theater on October 5, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. | Photo: Getty Images
HER OTHER NOTABLE WORKS
In 1994, she starred on "True Lies," which is considered one of the biggest action films ever. For her spectacular performance in the movie, Curtis received a Golden Globe Award.
She also appeared in the 1979 television series "Buck Rogers in the 25th Century." Two years later, she starred in the 1981 made-for-television biographical drama film "Death of a Centerfold: The Dorothy Stratten Story."
In 1989, she starred on the sitcom "Anything But Love," opposite actor Richard Lewis. Curtis also starred on "Halloween H20: 20 Years Later" in 1998.
Aside from being a great actress, Curtis is also a writer. She published her first book, "When I Was Little: A Four-Year-Old's Memoir of Her Youth," in 1993.
Her other works include "Tell Me Again About The Night I Was Born" and "Me, Myselfie & I: A Cautionary Tale." She also co-authored the New York Times bestseller, "Today I Feel Silly, and Other Moods That Make My Day."