Curtis also made her mark on comedies and action films with "Trading Places (1983), "A Fish Called Wanda" (1988), "Blue Steel" (1990), "True Lies" (1994), and many, many others.
She has also been a regular on numerous successful television series, such as "Anything But Love" (1989 - 1992), the 2012 season of "NCIS" and the "Scream Queens" series (2015-2016). And then there have been the countless guest-starring appearances on shows of every genre.
|Jamie Lee Curtis could only look more 1980s if she was wearing a Walkman.|
In the early 2000s, Curtis mostly retired from acting to focus on writing. However, she has continued to appear in one or two projects a year, and starting in 2010, she ramped up her acting career again. Curtis has most recently returned to horror, as well as the is the Halloween series with a film simply titled "Halloween". It "reboots" the series by wiping out all sequels to the original 1978 film (save perhaps "Halloween II."). Is it better than all the sequels it is overriding? Is it worse than some, better than others? You can let the world know in the comment section bemow. But, regardless, Curtis is undoubtedly be excellent in it.