The "Silence of the Lambs" star ended years of rampant media speculation when she casually came out of the closet while accepting her Cecil B. "I already did my coming out about a thousand years ago, back in the Stone Age," she said in the speech.
She attended the State University of New York at Purchase and University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
In 2005, she exhibited the (Re)Building series, which addressed themes of loss, transition and recovery while using construction as a metaphor for memory in the architecture of the subconscious.Her series of large format photographs entitled Ithaka, which takes its title from the CP Cavafy poem of the same name, was shot in the temperate rain forest of North America.First exhibited in London, Ithaka was included in the New Yorker's 2008 Passport to the Arts and Month of Photography Los Angeles the following year.Alexandra Hedison was born on July 10, 1969 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Alexandra Mary Hedison. She has been married to Jodie Foster since April 20, 2014. It's easy, if you don't like The L Word, go watch C.
I think sometimes when lesbians have a certain reaction to The L Word, there's such a need to be represented.
Hedison, 44, is no stranger to the Hollywood scene.
In addition to having dated De Generes, she appeared on Showtime's "The L Word" as Dylan Moreland.
Her acting resume also includes stints on "Prey," "L. Firefighters," and the original "Melrose Place." Foster thanked her ex-girlfriend and co-parent, Cydney Bernard, when she accepted the Cecil B.
De Mille Lifetime Achievement Award at the Golden Globes in January.
Foster and Bernard, who split in 2008, have two sons, Charles and Kit.