Knowledge Identifier: +Jessica_Lange
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1949.
Countries: United States (68%), United Kingdom (11%), Tennessee (4%)
Linked to: Los Angeles Film Critics Association, University of Minnesota, Entertainment Weekly, National Society of Film Critics
In 1973, Lange returned to New York to "witness Nixon get impeached".
Antonio Lopez (illustrator) - Antonio discovered Jessica Lange in 1974
Jeff Bridges - In 1976, he starred as the protagonist Jack Prescott in the first remake of "King Kong", opposite Jessica Lange
Robert Scheerer - Scheerer directed the 1980 crime-comedy film "How to Beat the High Cost of Living", which starred Jessica Lange, Jane Curtin and Susan Saint James
Frances Farmer - Jessica Lange played Farmer in the 1982 film "Frances", for which she was nominated for an Academy *award for Best Actress
Lukas Haas - In 1989, he appeared in the film "Music Box" as the 12-year-old son of Jessica Lange, and grandson of the immigrant who was accused as a war criminal
Paul Brickman - In 1990 he wrote and directed "Men Don't Leave" starring Jessica Lange, an adaptation of the 1982 French film "La Vie Continue"
Lange and Pfeiffer had always wanted to work together and had both optioned the book in galley form in 1991.
Due to financial difficulties, Orion Pictures did not release Blue Sky until 1994.
In 2003, Lange starred opposite Tom Wilkinson in HBO's highly-aclaimed Normal, a film about a man who reveals to his wife his decision to have a sex change.
House Books) with a special introduction by Patti Smith.
Ken Howard - He gave an acclaimed performance as Phelan Beale in the 2009 HBO film "Grey Gardens" playing opposite Jessica Lange, for which he received an Emmy *award
In 2010, she published a second collection of photographs, In Mexico.
In 2011, Lange joined the cast of the FX horror series American Horror Story.
American Horror Story - In March 2012, Murphy revealed that the second season had been conceptualized around Jessica Lange who portrays Sister Jude, a sadistic nun who runs the asylum
In February 2013, her exhibition entitled "Jessica Lange: unseen" was open at the Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego, a nationally known center for visual literacy
In addition, Lange replaced Glenn Close in a film adaptation of Émile Zola's "Thérèse Raquin", directed by Charlie Stratton and titled "In Secret", which will be release on February 21, 2014
Marc Jacobs - On February 26, 2014, it was announced that actress Jessica Lange would be the new face of "Marc Jacobs Beauty"
In 2018, Lange was honored with the Jason Robards award for Excellence in Theater by the Roundabout Theater Company