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Faye Dunaway

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Faye Dunaway

American actress add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1941.

Countries: United States (58%), United Kingdom (18%), (7%)

Main connections: Warren Beatty, Johnny Depp, Academy Awards

Linked to: Florida State University, PBS, American Film Institute, The Cannon Group




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Faye Dunaway was born in 1941 add something


The Chase (1966 film) - Another star of the 1960s, Faye Dunaway, did some auditioning for the film, but got dismissed by the casting team in favor of


Dunaway appeared on Broadway in 1962 as the daughter of Thomas More in "A Man for All Seasons" and in "Hogan's Goat", for which she was well received add something


In 1962, Dunaway joined the American National Theater and Academy add something


Her first screen role was in the 1967 comedy "The Happening" add something


In 1967, she was in "Hurry Sundown", a drama directed by Otto Preminger add something


Bonnie and Clyde (film) - "'Bonnie and Clyde"' is a 1967 American crime film directed by Arthur Penn and starring Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway as the title characters Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker


She starred with Steve McQueen in the 1968 caper film "The Thomas Crown Affair" , and the film was a hit add something


An out-of-court settlement was reached in March 1968 add something


Steve McQueen - McQueen went for a change of image, playing a debonair role as a wealthy executive in The Thomas Crown Affair with Faye Dunaway in 1968.


The Extraordinary Seaman - "'The Extraordinary Seaman"' is a 1969 American comedy war film directed by John Frankenheimer and starring David Niven, Faye Dunaway, Alan_Alda, Mickey Rooney, and Jack Carter


One critical triumph was 1970's "Puzzle of a Downfall Child", which Dunaway herself holds in high regard despite its relative obscurity add something


Jerry Schatzberg - He made his debut as a feature film director with 1970's "Puzzle of a Downfall Child" starring Faye Dunaway


Thomas Berger (novelist) - Released in 1970, it was directed by Arthur Penn, and starred Dustin Hoffman and Faye Dunaway


Eileen Herlie - She had previously played Queen Mary in the 1972 made-for-television film "The Woman I Love", starring Richard Chamberlain as Edward VIII and Faye Dunaway as Wallis Simpson


In 1974, Dunaway married Peter Wolf, the lead singer of the rock group The J. Geils Band; they divorced in 1979 add something


Frances Lee McCain - She began her career in film and television after appearing opposite Jon Voight and Faye Dunaway in "A Streetcar Named Desire", eventually co-starring with Ronny Cox as the female lead in her own television series, CBS-TV's "Apple's Way" in 1974


Chinatown (1974 film) - "'Chinatown"' is a 1974 American neo-noir film, directed by Roman Polanski from a screenplay by Robert Towne, and starring Jack Nicholson, Faye Dunaway, and John Huston


Another successful film was 1975's "Three Days of the Condor" with Robert Redford add something


Three Days of the Condor - "'Three Days of the Condor"' is a 1975 American political thriller film directed by Sydney Pollack and starring Robert Redford, Faye Dunaway, Cliff_Robertson, and Max von Sydow


In 1976, she was cast in "Network" as the scheming TV executive Diana Christensen, who will do anything for higher ratings add something


She won an Academy award for Best Actress for her performance in the 1976 film "Network" add something


Dunaway would discuss the film periodically in the 1980s, dismissing the film as 'exploitation' and stating her performance was almost kabuki style add something


In the 1980s, although her performances did not waver, the parts grew less compelling add something


Eva Peron - By the late 20th century, Eva Perón had become the subject of numerous articles, books, stage plays, and musicals, ranging from the biography "The Woman with the Whip" to a 1981 TV movie called "Evita Perón" with Faye Dunaway in the title role


Joan Crawford - "Mommie Dearest" became a bestseller and was made into the 1981 film "Mommie Dearest", starring Faye Dunaway as Crawford


The play opened at the Little Theatre on Jan 25, 1982 add something


From 1983 to 1987, she was married to Terry O'Neill, a British photographer add something


Glynis Barber - She appeared as Lady Caroline in Michael Winner's 1983 remake of "The Wicked Lady", which starred Faye Dunaway


Helen Slater - In 1984, she played the title character, versus Faye Dunaway as Selena, in the film "Supergirl"


Gregory Paul Martin - In television, he appeared opposite Faye Dunaway, Liam_Neeson, and the late Richard Burton in the 1984 CBS mini-series "Ellis Island"


Ann Jillian - "Jennifer Slept Here" ended in 1984, enabling her to take a role in the miniseries "Ellis Island", co-starring opposite Richard Burton, Faye Dunaway, Ben_Vereen and Liam Neeson


Robin Givens - Givens first began acting in 1985 with an appearance on "The Cosby Show", followed by roles in "Diff'rent Strokes", and the 1986 television film "Beverly Hills Madam" opposite Faye Dunaway


Dunaway starred in the 1986 made-for-television movie "Beverly Hills Madam" opposite Melody Anderson, Donna Dixon, Terry Farrell and Robin Givens add something


Charles Bukowski - "Barfly", released in 1987, is a semi-autobiographical film written by Bukowski and starring Mickey Rourke as Henry Chinaski, who represents Bukowski, and Faye Dunaway as his lover Wanda Wilcox


Natasha Richardson - Her performances opposite Robert Duvall and Faye Dunaway in "The Handmaid's Tale" and Christopher Walken, Rupert Everett and Helen Mirren in "The Comfort of Strangers" won her the 1990 "Evening Standard" British Film *award for Best Actress


David Beaird - In 1991 he adapted his 1985 stage play "Scorchers" for the big screen, with Faye Dunaway, James_Earl_Jones, Emily Lloyd, Jennifer Tilly, and Leland Crooke in the leading roles


Tom Petty - Petty & the Heartbreakers reformed in 1991 and released "Into the Great Wide Open", which was co-produced by Lynne and included the hit singles "Learning To Fly" and "Into The Great Wide Open", the latter featuring Johnny Depp, Gabrielle Anwar, Faye Dunaway, and Matt LeBlanc in the video


In 1993, Dunaway briefly starred in a sitcom with Robert Urich, "It Had to Be You" add something


She starred in "Arizona Dream" with Johnny Depp in 1993, which won the Silver Bear add something


Arizona Dream - "'Arizona Dream"' is a surrealist comedy-drama 1993 film directed by Emir Kusturica and starring Johnny Depp, Jerry Lewis and Faye Dunaway


Dunaway won an Emmy for Best Guest Actress for a 1994 role as a murderer in "It's All in the Game," an episode of the long-running mystery series "Columbo" add something


In 1994, she was controversially dropped from the musical "Sunset Boulevard" that was being brought to the stage by Andrew Lloyd Webber add something


Calista Flockhart - In 1995, Flockhart became acquainted with actors such as Dianne Wiest and Faye Dunaway when she appeared in the movie "Drunks"


In 1996, she found success on stage and toured nationally with the stage play "Master Class" about opera singer Maria Callas and was well received add something


Wilhelmina Cooper - Cooper was portrayed by Faye Dunaway in the 1998 movie "Gia", which tells the story of Gia Carangi, a model who was discovered by Cooper and later died of AIDS


In 2000, she turned down "Requiem for a Dream" and appeared in "The Yards" add something


Jan Howard - In 2002, Howard made her acting debut in the feature film "Changing Hearts" starring Faye Dunaway, which featured Howard's friend and country singer, Jeannie Seely


In 2003, despite Dunaway's earlier claims that she had given birth to Liam, Terry claimed that Liam was adopted add something


Jeannie Seely - In 2003, Seely appeared in the movie "Changing Hearts" starring Faye Dunaway


In 2006, Dunaway played a character named Lois O'Neill in season six, episode 13 of the crime drama " and starring Dunaway, was released add something


Michelle Ryan - In late 2007, she appeared in "Flick", a Welsh independent film co-starring Faye Dunaway and Leslie Phillips


Hayley Angel Wardle - She appears in the 2007 cult rockabilly horror film "Flick" as Young Sally Andrews alongside Faye Dunaway


Louis Nero - In The Rage , shot at the end of 2007, he directs many big actors among the Academy Awards Faye Dunaway, Franco_Nero, Tinto Brass, Corin Redgrave


In August, 2011, Dunaway was sued for eviction by the landlord of her rent stabilized apartment on East 78th Street in Manhattan add something


Her Twitter updates state that the film is due to be released in 2013 add something


Locarno International Film Festival - In 2013, the first Leopard Club *award was given to Faye Dunaway


No further word has come on the proposed Streep version yet, and due to Nichols' death in late 2014, it is unsure where the project stands add something


In June 2014, HBO announced that Mike Nichols would produce a film of "Master Class" with Meryl Streep as Callas add something


In October 2014, Dunaway was guest of honor at the Lumière Film Festival in Lyons, France add something


In 2016, after a six-year hiatus, Dunaway returned to the screen with the horror-thriller "The Bye Bye Man" add something


Also in 2017, Dunaway starred in two other films that are yet-to-be released, "Inconceivable", a thriller in which she plays Nicolas Cage's mother, and "The Case for Christ", a Christian drama based on the 1998 book of the same name by Lee Strobel add something


PricewaterhouseCoopers - At the 89th Academy Awards, held at the Dolby Theatre in 2017, Best Picture presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway were given the wrong envelope and announced that "La La Land" had won the Oscar for the Best Picture of 2016


Warren Beatty - In 2017, Beatty reunited with his "Bonnie and Clyde" co-star Faye Dunaway at the 89th Academy Awards in celebration of the film's 50th anniversary


In 2018, Dunaway and Beatty returned to present Best Picture at the 90th Academy Awards, earning a standing ovation upon their entrance, making jokes about the previous year's flub add something


In December 2018, it was announced that Dunaway will return to Broadway more than 35 years since her performance in "The Curse of the Aching Heart" add something


The production will mark the play's Broadway premiere, and will run as a strictly limited engagement in the summer of 2019 add something