She’s Fonda her personal space.
Reclusive “Jackie Brown” star Bridget Fonda revealed Monday that she has no intention of returning to Hollywood stardom and prefers to live a “civilian life.”
The 59-year-old was spotted with her 18-year-old son, Oliver, and husband Danny Elfman outside the Los Angeles International Airport.
When asked by the paparazzi if she would ever consider moving back to Tinseltown, the actress, clad in a casual grey and white striped sweater and dark pants, declined.
“No,” said Fonda. “I don’t think so, it’s too nice being a civilian.”
Fonda, the niece of Jane Fonda and daughter of Peter Fonda, was also spotted on Friday dressed down in a long grey sweater, black capris, sneakers and a black crossbody bag.
The “Single White Female” star is rarely snapped by shutterbugs, having last been seen out and about in September.
The star was also spotted in January 2022 on her 58th birthday after not being seen for nearly a decade.
Fonda broke into the Hollywood scene at the tender age of 5 years old when she starred in 1969’s “Easy Rider.”
The actress has been nominated for several Golden Globe and Emmy awards.
Fonda also appeared in several well-known movies such as “Single White Female” (1992), “Singles” (1993), “The Godfather Part III” (1990), “Point of No Return” (1993), and “Jackie Brown” (1997).
The “Godfather” actress retired from the silver screen after she was involved in a 2003 crash on the Pacific Coast Highway due to rainy conditions.
Her last known role was in the 2007 television movie “Snow Queen” before finally appearing on the “Inglorious Bastards” red carpet in 2009.
The Post has reached out to Elfman’s representatives for comment.
In 1993, Fonda gave an interview where she talked about what her life would have been like if her relatives hadn’t been famous.
“I wonder what kind of satisfaction I would have with where I am now if I wasn’t part of a family that has done such phenomenal work,” Fonda told Movieline in a 1993 interview.
“I wonder what it would feel like to know that you’ve made it completely under your own steam. I sometimes wonder if I would be more at peace if I could know I made it by myself, instead of always wondering how many times my name got me in the door.”