In 2017, she starred in three movies: 'Beatriz at Dinner', 'How to Be a Latin Lover' and 'The Hitman's Bodyguard'
In 2015, Salma Hayek was part of the European dark fantasy film 'Tale of Tales'
In 2014, Salma Hayek played the title role in the action-thriller movie 'Everly'
She later reprised her role as Sandler’s wife in ‘Grown Ups 2’, in 2013
In 2011, she launched her own line of cosmetics, skincare and hair-care products called ‘Nuance’
Her comic talent was revealed in ‘Grown Ups’ starring Adam Sandler released in 2010
She and Pinault announced the end of their engagement in 2008 but later reconciled and married on Valentine’s Day, the next year
Hayek was the executive producer of the television series ‘Ugly Betty’ which ran from 2006 to 2010 and also guest-starred as Sofia Reyes, the role, which won her a nomination for ‘Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series’ at the 59th Primetime Emmy Awards
In 2003, she appeared in ‘Once Upon a Time in Mexico’, wherein she reprised her role from ‘Desperado’
In 2002, Hayek co-produced, starred in and performed the Mexican folk song ‘La Bruja’ with the band Los Vega for the film, ‘Frida’
In the 2001 movie, ‘Time of the Butterflies’, based on the eponymous book by Julia Alvarez, she played the role of Minerva, one of the Mirabal sisters
In 2000, she founded her own production company, Ventanarosa
She starred opposite Antonio Banderas and performed the song ‘Quedate Aquí’ in the 1995 movie, ‘Desperado’
Salma Hayek starred in the 1994 award-winning Mexican movie, ‘El Callejón de los Milagros’ (Miracle Alley)
In 1989, Salma Hayek landed the title role in the Mexican telenovela, ‘Teresa’
Salma Hayek was born on September 2, 1966, to Diana Jiménez Medina, an opera singer, and Sami Hayek Dominguez, a well-to-do businessman
In 2016, Harvey expressed contempt for what he saw as political uncertainty since John Howard left office, and said the only solution is "to have a dictator like in China"
In 2014, the Business Review Weekly assessed Harvey's net worth at A$1
55 billion; an increase of A$9 million on the 2013 BRW Rich 200 list
In January 2011 Harvey was embroiled in a widely condemned campaign backed by a number of bricks and mortar Australian retailers to scrap tax rules that allow Australians to shop on overseas websites without paying GST
In an interview in 2008 he described giving charity to the homeless as "a waste", and said that it was "helping a whole heap of no-hopers to survive for no good reason"
He remarried to Katie Page in 1988; they have two children
The chain, which was called Norman Ross, expanded to forty-two stores with annual sales of A$240 million by 1979
They partnered to open their first store in Sydney in 1961
Gerry Harvey (born 18 September 1939 in Springwood, New South Wales) is an Australian entrepreneur best known for being the executive chairman of Harvey Norman Holdings, a company which runs Australian retail chain Harvey Norman