Leigh Francis

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Jessica Lange / Jessica Lange

Background:

Born: April 20, 1949

Born: Klokett, Minnesota, USA

Height: 1.73 m

Husband Francisco Paco Grande (divorce)

Jessica Phyllis Lange – American actress of theater, film and television, the winner of two awards “Oscar & raquo ;; in 1983 for her role in the movie”Tootsie”and in 1995 for his role in the film”blue sky & raquo ;, and”Emmy”in 2009 for her role in the television movie”Grey Gardens”.

Does the Finnish, German and Dutch roots. Jessica Lange worked for a time in Paris, where her mentor was made by the renowned mime Etienne de Croix. Upon returning to the United States working as a waitress and model.

Her debut on the big screen took place in 1976, when she played the role of constantly screaming blonde in a modernized adaptation of ” King Kong & raquo ;. The film received such devastating reviews of film critics, that this acting career Lang could end, not really begun.

Five years later, the actress impressed critics with his work in the film “Postman Rings Twice”with Jack Nicholson. The big breakthrough came in 1982 when she was nominated for”Oscar”just behind the two paintings -“Francis”(for the main part) and”Tootsie”(for supporting actress). After winning the coveted statuette in the second category, it continued to actively withdraw within the next ten years. Once again nominated for an Academy Award for starring in films”Village”(1984),”Sweet Dreams”(1985),”Music Box”(1989),”blue sky”(1994), and for the last film she still got her second”Oscar”.

Since the second half of the 1990s, Jessica Lange removed less often, preferring to work in the theater and to educate children with his partner in life, the famous playwright Sam Shepard. The father of her first child – Russian dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov. In the 2000s, the actress continued to stay away from commercial cinema, occasionally acting in films by Wim Wenders copyright and Bob Dylan.

Jessica Lange – Goodwill Ambassador of UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF), in this post has taken a number of important actions in support of orphans in Russia and assistance for the rehabilitation of child victims of the terrorist act in Beslan. [3] [4]

Currently, the actress best known for her role in the television series Constance “American Horror Story & raquo ;, for which she received”Golden Globe”in the category of”Best Actress in a mini-series, television series or television movie”.

Filmography:

  • 2012 – The Oath / The Vow. Rita Thornton
  • 2012 – 69th award ceremony “Golden Globe” (TV) / The 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards. Herself – Winner: Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or TV Movie
  • 2011 – The Big Valley / The Big Valley. Victoria Barkley
  • 2011 – American Horror Story (TV) / American Horror Story. Constance Langdon
  • 2010 – 67th award ceremony “Golden Globe” (TV) / The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards. Herself – Nominee: Best Actress in a Mini-Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television
  • 2009 – Grey Gardens (TV) / Grey Gardens. Big Edie
  • 2009 – The 66th award ceremony “Golden Globe” (TV) / The 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards. Herself – Presenter: Best Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
  • 2007 – Sybil (TV) / Sybil. Dr. Cornelia Wilbur
  • 2006 – Bonneville / Bonneville. Arvilla Holden
  • 2005 – Needs of Kim Stanley / The Needs of Kim Stanley
  • 2005 – Loser / Neverwas. Katherine Pierson
  • 2005 – Come in without knocking / Do not Come Knocking. Doreen
  • 2005 – Broken Flowers / Broken Flowers. Carmen
  • 2005-. – The most Late show with Craig Ferguson (TV) / The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. Herself
  • 2004 – Peace by Peace: Women on the Frontlines / Peace by Peace: Women on the Frontlines. the narrator
  • 2004 – 61 th awards ceremony “Golden Globe” (TV) / The 61st Annual Golden Globe Awards. Herself – Nominee: Best Actress in a Mini-Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television
  • 2003 – XXI Century / XXI Century
  • 2003 – Big Fish / Big Fish. Sandra Bloom – Senior
  • 2003-. – Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (TV series) / Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Herself
  • 2003 – Masked and Anonymous / Masked and Anonymous. Nina Veronica
  • 2003 – Normal (TV) / Normal. Irma Applewood
  • 2001 – Nation Prozac / Prozac Nation. Mrs. Wurtzel
  • 1999 – Tit – the ruler of Rome / Titus. Tamora
  • 1998 – Stories of my childhood (TV) /. The Swan Princess, voice
  • 1998 – Cousin Bette / Cousin Bette. Cousin Bette
  • 1998 – Heritage / Hush. Martha Baring
  • A Thousand Acres / A Thousand Acres. Ginny Cook Smith
  • 1997-. – Sight (TV) / The View. Herself
  • 1996-2002 – Rosie O’Donnell Show (TV series) / The Rosie O’Donnell Show. Herself
  • 1996 – The 68th award ceremony “Oscar” (TV) / The 68th Annual Academy Awards. Herself – Presenter: Best Actor in a Leading Role
  • 1995 – Tram “Desire” (TV) / A Streetcar Named Desire. Blanche DuBois
  • 1995 – Rob Roy / Rob Roy. Mary MacGregor
  • 1995 – 67th award ceremony “Oscar” (TV) / The 67th Annual Academy Awards. Herself – Winner: Best Actress in a Leading Role
  • 1995 – The case of Isaiah / Losing Isaiah. Margaret Lewin
  • 1995 – 52 th awards ceremony “Golden Globe” (TV) / The 52nd Annual Golden Globe Awards. Herself – Winner: Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama
  • 1994 – Century of Cinema / A Century of Cinema. Herself
  • 1994-. – Inside the Actors Studio (TV) / Inside the Actors Studio. Herself
  • 1993 – Intimate Portrait (TV series) / Intimate Portrait. Herself
  • 1992 – HBO: First Look (TV) / HBO First Look. Herself
  • 1992 – Night and the City / Night and the City. Helen Nasseros
  • 1992 – O, Pioneers! (TV) / O Pioneers. Alexandra Bergson
  • 1991 – Blue Sky / Blue Sky. Carly Marshall
  • 1991 – Cape Fear / Cape Fear. Leigh Bowden
  • 1990 – 62 th awards ceremony “Oscar” (TV) / The 62nd Annual Academy Awards. Herself – Nominee: Best Actress in a Leading Role & amp; Presenter: ‘Driving Miss Daisy’ Clip
  • 1990 – Men do not go / Men Do not Leave. Beth Macauley
  • 1989 – Music Box / Music Box. Ann Talbot
  • 1988 – One hundred percent of all American / Everybody’s All-American. Babs Rogers Grey
  • 1988 – Far to the north / Far North. Kate
  • 1987-. – Biography (TV) / Biography. Herself
  • 1986 – Heart Crimes / Crimes of the Heart. Margaret ‘Meg’ Magrath
  • 1986 – The 58th award ceremony “Oscar” (TV) / The 58th Annual Academy Awards. Herself – Nominee: Best Actress in a Leading Role
  • 1985 – Sweet Dreams / Sweet Dreams. Patsy Cline
  • 1985 – The 57th award ceremony “Oscar” (TV) / The 57th Annual Academy Awards. Herself – Nominee: Best Actress in a Leading Role
  • 1984 – Village / Country. Jewell Ivy
  • 1984 – Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (TV) / Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Maggie
  • 1983 – The 55th award ceremony “Oscar” (TV) / The 55th Annual Academy Awards. Herself – Winner: Best Actress in a Supporting Role & amp; Nominee: Best Actress in a Leading Role
  • 1982 – Francis / Frances. Frances Farmer
  • 1982 – Tutsi / Tootsie. Julie Nichols
  • 1981-. – Entertainment Tonight (TV series) / Entertainment Tonight. Herself
  • 1981 – Postman Always Rings Twice / The Postman Always Rings Twice. Cora Papadakis
  • 1980 – How to beat the high cost of living / How to Beat the High Co $ t of Living. Louise
  • 1979 – All That Jazz / All That Jazz. Angelique
  • 1976 – King Kong / King Kong. Dwan

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