Drew Barrymore won the hearts of audiences around the world when she acted in “E.T: The Extraterrestrial” at the age of 7. She went on to gain a wild reputation soon after her disturbed childhood and substance abuse.
Her career suffered a negative impact for several years. She regained her success and lost fame in 1995 when she co-founded Flower Films.
From thereon, she went on to become a successful actress, businesswoman, and producer. In short, she has been the mainstay of Hollywood ever since.
She has starred in popular films, including Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, Charlie’s Angels, The Wedding Singer, and Music and Lyrics.
Despite all the ups and downs since her early life, the actress continued to develop into a recognizable and unbeatable force.
Let’s take a look at her incredible life through pictures.
Drew Barrymore as a seven-year-old Gertie in E.T: The Extraterrestrial.
9 In 1989
Barrymore dons hoop earrings and a floral shirt. She is 14 years of age here.
8 In 1991
Drew Barrymore’s disturbed childhood saw wide publication, more so because of her alcohol and drug abuse. In 1991, at the age of 16, Barrymore released an autobiography titled “Little Girl Lost.”
7 In 1995
In 1995, Barrymore regained her success and popularity when she co-founded Flower Films. From this point onward, she only continued to build her career as an acclaimed model, actress, businesswoman, and producer.