Here are a few things on actress Bridget Fonda's "to avoid" list: makeup, breast surgery ("though every woman I know-would rather have different ones") and collagen lip injections ("gross"). Of course, lineage helps: She's the granddaughter of Henry, niece of Jane, daughter of Peter, and her incandescent smile, teal-blue eyes and shoulders made for halter dresses add a glow to Singles and Point of No Return. "She can go from being your sister to your fantasy girl in an instant," says Singles director Cameron Crowe. But Fonda, 29, who lives in L.A. with actor-beau Eric Stoltz (they star in Bodies, Rest & Motion), has always kept the beauty thing at bay. Dad Peter recalls taking the toddler to the market where "everyone commented on how beautiful she was. She started crying! She's not into being pretty.
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