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Griffith's next major role was opposite Matthew Modine in the urban thriller Pacific Heights (1990).
She worked continuously in mainstream films throughout the 1990s, starring in features such as The Bonfire of the Vanities (1990) with Tom Hanks and Bruce Willis, Shining Through and A Stranger Among Us (both 1992), Born Yesterday (1993) with then-husband Don Johnson, Milk Money and Nobody's Fool (both 1994), Now and Then (1995), and Two Much (1996), where she co-starred with Antonio Banderas, whom she married the year the film was released.
Griffith supports the efforts of Children's Hospital Los Angeles helping to lead Walk for Kids, a community 5k, to raise funds as part of the hospital's community awareness efforts in support of the opening of a new state-of-the-art pediatric inpatient facility.
During her childhood and adolescent years, she lived part of the time in New York with her father and part-time in Antelope Valley, California, where her mother formed the animal preserve Shambala. Her first major role was in Arthur Penn's Night Moves (1975), in which she did several racy nude scenes at the age of 17.In 2000, she co-starred with Stephen Dorff in Cecil B. In 2002, she voiced the character of Margalo the bird in Stuart Little 2.In 2003, Griffith made her Broadway debut playing Roxie Hart in the musical Chicago.In 2016, she filmed with Caan's father James Caan and Jon Voight in a TV-movie titled J. In 2014, Griffith reunited onscreen with Banderas in the science fiction film Automata directed by Gabe Ibanez. She then had a role in Day Out of Days (2015), directed by Zoe Cassavetes.In 2016, she signed to be a guest-star on Hulu's The Path.