Bridget Fonda announced her retirement from acting in 2002 after starring in a number of critically acclaimed films, including Quentin Tarantino’s Jackie Brown. When she left her Los Angeles home on Tuesday, she was hardly recognizable.

Oliver, her 17-year-old son with husband Danny Elfman, was seen being driven around the city in the 58-year-old ex-Hollywood siren’s silver, high-end Land Rover.

The last time Fonda was spotted in public was in 2009 when she attended the premiere of Quentin Tarantino’s World War II movie Inglorious Bastards. Fonda withdrew from the public eye to focus on raising her son at the family’s property near Santa Barbara.

For the Tuesday errand run, Bridget’s once-golden blonde hair was pulled back in a low ponytail and secured with a scrunchie.

The Peter Fonda daughter defied the weather with a comfy black-and-white striped top and some black sweatpants, which is another startling shift away from her previous ultra-glamorous appearance.

Bridget finished off her look with a pair of slip-on New Balance sneakers and white crew socks.

She carried a blue purse over her body and juggled keys, a phone, and tumbler cup.

On the outing, the Single White Female actress was joined by her adorable puppy, who closely followed her in and out of the car.

The two-time Golden Globe winner had a lot of items scattered across the dashboard while she was driving around the city, including what appeared to be a box of face masks.

She was seen looking in all directions as she exited a massive parking garage.

Bridget zipped around the city before leaving her car on the road and going inside a nearby store.

Bridget currently lives in two adjacent houses with Danny, 68, and Oliver, their only child, in the Encino neighborhood of the San Fernando Valley near Los Angeles.

Selena Gomez, Gwen Stefani, Nick Jonas, and Priyanka Chopra are just a few of the famous people who call Encino home.

The 2003 newlyweds sold their residence in Hancock Park earlier that year and then spent $8 million on two opulent homes on adjacent acres.

Bridget has enjoyed a peaceful existence since she quit the performing arts in 2002.

Her father Peter Fonda, aunt Jane Fonda, and grandpa Henry Fonda are also members of the legendary Fonda Dynasty of Hollywood.

In the 1980s and 1990s, when she first made a name for herself in the acting world, she landed major parts in a number of movie office hits.

Bridget is most remembered for her role as paranoid heroine Allison “Allie” Jones in the classic 1992 film Single White Female.

In the same year, she appeared alongside Matt Dillon in the Cameron Crowe-directed romantic comedy Singles.

Robert De Niro, Samuel L. Jackson, Pam Grier, and Fonda all appeared in Quentin Tarantino’s crime thriller Jackie Brown from 1997.

Her most notable performance to date was in the Jet Li movie Kiss of the Dragon (2001).

She had decided to give up her acting profession in 2002 in order to start a family with her husband Danny, who has two children, Lola and Mali, from his marriage to Geri Eisenmenger. The couple gave birth to Oliver in 2005.

Danny and Bridget sold their two homes in Los Angeles for a combined $14.6 million in 2020 and moved to Santa Barbara, where they had a ranch.

Initially only planning to stay there for a month during lockdown, they finally made the choice to stay at the ranch permanently.