No celebrity has had the kind of enduring career that Drew Barrymore has had in her 39 years in Hollywood.
An offspring of the iconic Barrymore family, the 42-year-old leading lady has been acting since she was a mere 3-years-old.
In 1982, Drew won our hearts in E.T. But then the cute kid grew up and turned into a wild child, starring in Poison Ivy in 1992 and Bad Girls in 1994—the same year she got married for the first time at only 19-years-old. Drew had some troubled times, but then she cleaned up her act and her acting roles started to change for the better after her spine-chilling cameo in the 1996 sleeper hit Scream.
The bubbly star began nabbing big roles in big films like The Wedding Singer (1998), Ever After (1998) and Never Been Kissed (2000), cementing her star status as a leading lady.
She went to star in blockbuster hits like Charlie's Angels, 50 First Dates and He's Just Not That Into You.
But Drew wasn't content with just being in front of the camera. In 1995 she started her own production company, Flower Films, which has produced 15 movies and six television shows over the past 22 years.