At 20 years old, Cameron Diaz made her film debut in Chuck Russell's directed movie, co-starring Jim Carrey.
Cameron Diaz's natural comedic talent became highly sought after by producers, cementing her association with the genre since her early career.
Cameron Diaz proved her acting prowess beyond physical appearance, alongside Jennifer Aniston and Edward Burns, in the film 'She's the One'.
Cameron Diaz collaborated with close friend Keanu Reeves in 'Feeling Minnesota', while simultaneously being a revered style icon among thousands of young people worldwide.
Cameron Diaz's relationships with Carlos de la Torre, Matt Dillon, and Jared Leto gained media attention, as much as her successful film career in 1996.
This is one of the most remembered films of Cameron Diaz's career. It was a box office success and one of the songs on its soundtrack, 'I Say a Little Prayer For You,'
A Life Less Ordinary - 1997
Danny Boyle, fresh off the success of 'Trainspotting', directed Cameron Diaz to great acclaim in his next film.
Any Given Sunday - 1999
Cameron Diaz sported her signature long blonde locks in Oliver Stone's film featuring Al Pacino, where she portrayed the president of an American football team.
Vanilla Sky - 2001
Cameron Diaz starred in the critically acclaimed 2001 remake of 'Abre los Ojos' directed by Alejandro Amenábar, alongside Tom Cruise and Penelope Cruz, earning Diaz another Golden Globe nomination.
The Sweetest Thing - 2002
Cameron Diaz displayed her comedic chops in the uproarious tale of three young Americans on a wild adventure.