Jennifer Grey, renowned for her role in “Dirty Dancing,” has embarked on an intriguing journey in both her career and personal life.

Following the immense success of “Dirty Dancing,” Jennifer’s acting career experienced a slowdown in the 1990s. Nevertheless, she managed to secure some notable roles during this period. This included portraying Rachel’s friend Mindy in the popular TV series “Friends” and making a guest appearance on the medical drama series “House.”

In 2010, Jennifer Grey achieved victory on the US series “Dancing With The Stars” when she was partnered with professional dancer Derek Hough. Her dancing prowess and dedication earned her the top spot in the competition. Additionally, she stepped in as a guest judge on the UK’s “Strictly Come Dancing,” showcasing her expertise in the world of dance.

Jennifer comes from a famous family. Her father, Joel Grey, has won Academy, Golden Globe, BAFTA, and Tony Awards for his role as the Master of Ceremonies in the musical “Cabaret,” which starred Liza Minnelli on Broadway and in the 1972 film adaptation.

Jennifer Grey’s appearance underwent a significant transformation in the early 1990s when she opted for a controversial nose job. She has openly acknowledged that this procedure had a detrimental impact on her career as it drastically altered her facial features. In 2012, she expressed regret about the surgery, stating, “I went into the operating room a celebrity and came out anonymous. It was the nose job from hell. I’ll always be this once-famous actress nobody recognizes because of a nose job.”

Jennifer Grey is currently 60 years old, marking over 33 years since the release of “Dirty Dancing” in 1987. She was 26 years old when she portrayed the iconic character Baby Houseman in the film, which earned her a Golden Globe Award nomination.

In her personal life, Jennifer has had high-profile relationships with Johnny Depp and her “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” co-star, Matthew Broderick. However, she is now married to actor Clark Gregg, known for his role as Agent Coulson in multiple Marvel Avengers films and in “Agents of Shield.” They have a daughter named Stella together and got married in 2001.