Selma Blair was born on June 23, 1972 as the youngest of four children. Compared to other colleagues, she did not care much about her acting career. She wanted to become a photographer first. Only then did she attend acting school and did well.
Proof of this is The Very Dangerous Friendship, in which she played the innocent Cecile. Selma was nominated for the MTV Movie Award for her performance, and with Sarah Michelle Geller, her kiss was awarded the Best Kiss Award.
Also noteworthy is the performance of The True Blonde, Simply Sex, Hellboy, Fog, Black Horse, Mothers and Daughters, and the Self-Control Series and American Crime Story. During this year, the film After: The Kiss was also premiered.
Curiously, Selma dared to get hurt, despite being suffering from serious health problems. By 2018, she admitted that her doctors had diagnosed multiple sclerosis. Earlier this year, she began to experience spastic dysphonia. The well-known actress's long-neglected disease symptoms. Apparently that's why he's trying to spread awareness and warn fans not to neglect his health.