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Jessica Lange

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jessica Lange (born April 20, 1949 in Cloquet, Minnesota) is an American screen and stage actress. Most recently, she debuted also as a photographer. Despite for being considered as one of the most respected actresses of her generation, she has not become part of the Hollywood mainstream scene. In contrast to her fellow Meryl Streep, Lange has continued to work with moderate commercial success outside of the spotlight, while appearing often in independent films following the millennium. In response to, the artist was in 2006 "crowned" by the international webzine PopMatters, which is known for cultural criticism that covers many aspects of popular culture, the Anti-Streep icon of modern era. The actress may be most notable for her performance of Frances Farmer (ranked #85 on Premiere magazine's 100 Greatest Performances of All Time in 2006) in Frances, and Tootsie. Both from 1982, for which she was nominated on Oscars in two categories at the same time, becoming the first such female case since 1942. Her other significant roles featured Patsy Cline in Sweet Dreams (1985), Carly Marshall in Blue Sky (1994), Blanche DuBois in A Streetcar Named Desire (1995), Irma Applewood in Normal (2003), and Edith Ewing Bouvier Beale in Grey Gardens (2009). Amongs other, she has won two Academy Awards, four Golden Globes, and lately an Emmy Award. After three decades in front of the camera, Lange has realized her dream of being on the other side of the lens, and published in 2008 her own collection of black-and-white photographs, simply entitled 50 Photographs (powerHouse Books). Their exhibition, along with series of her films, was presented at the eldest international museum of photography and film George Eastman House, to be awarded by the first GEH Honors Award in 2009. Since 1982, Lange has lived with the Pulitzer Prize-winner, Sam Shepard. Description above from the Wikipedia article Jessica Lange, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia​

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Apr 20, 1949 In Cloquet, Minnesota, USA
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie King Kong 1976-09-08
Latest Project:
movie Wild Oats 2016-09-22
Known For
Poster of The Vow
Poster of American Horror Story
Poster of Big Fish
Series Horace and Pete Marsha 2016-01-30
Movie Horace and Pete Marsha 2016-01-30
Movie Wild Oats Maddie Reynolds 2016-09-22
Movie The Gambler Roberta 2014-12-25
Movie In Secret Madame Raquin 2013-09-17
Movie The Vow Rita Thornton 2012-02-05
Series American Horror Story 2011-10-05
Movie Grey Gardens Big Edie 2009-04-18
Movie Sybil Dr. Cornelia Wilbur 2007-05-28
Movie Bonneville Arvilla 2006-09-11
Movie Don't Come Knocking Doreen 2005-05-19
Movie Neverwas Katherine Pierson 2005-09-09
Movie The Peace! Herself 2005-09-20
Movie Normal Irma Applewood 2003-01-21
Movie Big Fish Older Sandra Bloom 2003-12-25
Movie The Making of 'Cape Fear' Herself 2001-09-18
Movie Titus Tamora 1999-12-25
Movie Hush Martha Baring 1998-03-06
Movie The Grandfather Joan Crawford 1998-10-16
Movie A Thousand Acres Ginny Cook Smith 1997-09-17
Movie Losing Isaiah Margaret Lewin 1995-03-17
Movie Rob Roy Mary MacGregor 1995-04-14
Series Inside the Actors Studio Unknown 1994-06-01
Movie Blue Sky Carly Marshall 1994-09-16
Movie Night and the City Helen Nasseros 1992-10-11
Movie O Pioneers! Alexandra Bergson 1992-02-02
Movie Cape Fear Leigh Bowden 1991-11-15
Movie Music Box Ann Talbot 1989-12-22
Movie King Kong Lives Dwan (uncredited) 1986-11-21
Movie Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Maggie 1984-08-19
Movie Frances Frances Farmer 1982-12-03
Movie Tootsie Julie Nichols 1982-12-16
Movie The Postman Always Rings Twice Cora Papadakis 1981-03-20
Movie How to Beat the High Co$t of Living Louise 1980-07-11
Movie All That Jazz Angelique 1979-12-20
Movie King Kong Dwan 1976-09-08