Bossier City is a city in northwestern Louisiana, directly across the Red River from Shreveport, Louisiana.
The town was founded in the 1830's as a plantation and money-printing location. Today, Bossier City is best known for its beautiful riverwalk and downtown area, shopping district, and casino.
People Born in Bossier City
Bossier City in People's Lives
Jared Leto: I was born here in 1971, and raised by my mother, who had Cajun ancestry. My father was not a prominent figure in my young life, and my parents divorced when I was young. My mother remarried, and changed her children's last names to "Leto," my stepfather's surname. My biological father remarried and committed suicide when I was 8 years old, in 1979. My mother and my brothers and I lived with my maternal grandparents. As my grandfather was in the Air Force, we moved around from place to place often, and I became accustomed to a nomadic way of life from an early age. We moved to Fairfax, Virginia around 1979.
Sienna Miller: I traveled here in 2005 to film scenes of the movie Factory Girl.