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MEET | BRIDGET MOYNAHAN
Featured 8.22-8.28 | OK, here's something: Coyote Ugly is my favorite movie of all time. Those girls were no joke and Bridget Moynahan was the greatest badass of them all — watching her two-step on the bar was truly inspirational. Fast forward 17 years and Moynahan is still inspiring, albeit in a more grown up, less crop top, potty mouth sort of way. With a regular seat at the Reagan family table on the hit show Blue Bloods, Bridget continues to portray badass on screen as a New York County Assistant DA who carries a Glock 19 (she's the best shot in the family) and enjoys life as a powerful single woman. In real life she's weathered some romantic storms that played out in the public eye, only to come out the other side a stronger and even more independent woman who has really won the game with an amazing son, a new husband and an incredible career. She's also a fantastic cook (Blue Bloods cookbook, anyone?), a great friend and one of the most philanthropic people I know.
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Bridget Moynahan continues to have a stronghold in Hollywood as a sought-after leading lady. She currently stars in the hit CBS drama “Blue Bloods", which is currently filming its seventh season.
Moynahan was recently seen in Lionsgate’s “John Wick,” alongside Keanu Reeves and “Midnight Sun” with Goran Visnjic. In 2014, she co-starred in the independent feature “Small Time” with Christopher Meloni. She can be seen in the upcoming “John Wick 2” and “Drunk Parents” alongside Alec Baldwin and Salma Hayek.
Moynahan first captured the attention of audiences in Disney's “Coyote Ugly” for producer Jerry Bruckheimer. She went on to star in numerous blockbuster films including the futuristic summer hit “I, Robot" with Will Smith, Touchstone Pictures’ “The Recruit” with Al Pacino and Colin Farrell, Paramount's “The Sum Of All Fears,” teaming with Ben Affleck in this political thriller based on Tom Clancy's bestselling novel, and “Battle: Los Angeles” opposite Aaron Eckhart. Other feature credits include “Lord of War” starring Nicolas Cage and Ethan Hawke, and “Noise” opposite Tim Robbins. She also starred alongside Selena Gomez and John Corbett for Fox’s family film “Ramona and Beezus” based on the popular Beverly Cleary characters.
Previously on television, Moynahan portrayed Natasha, Carrie’s rival and Mr. Bigs’ wife on the highly-rated, critically acclaimed HBO series “Sex And The City.” She also starred in J.J. Abram's compelling ABC drama, "Six Degrees."
With a strong interest in childhood education, Moynahan takes time to serve on the National Board of Directors for Jumpstart a national early education organization that works with children in low-income neighborhoods. She is also actively involved with The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp, a community dedicated to providing "a different kind of healing" to seriously ill children and their families.
Born in Binghamton, New York and raised in Longmeadow, Massachusetts, Moynahan currently resides in New York.