Appeared in the double bill "27 Wagons Full of Cotton" (as Flora) by Tennessee Williams
and "A Memory of Two Mondays" (as Patricia) by Arthur Miller - Phoenix Theatre, NYC (1976).
3 Print Biographies |
11 Interviews |
55 Articles |
10 Pictorials |
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[1994, on if she's bothered when one of her films don't do well at the box-office] I'm horribly disappointed when people don't see what I consider some of my best work. Yeah, I'm very sad. But I know that I have a video life. Most of my fans are home with their children waiting for my films to come out on video. But I'm disappointed because certain things should be seen on the big screen. I was ...
Early in her career, Streep received a letter from Bette Davis
, whom most critics and cinema historians rank as the greatest American movie actress ever. Davis told Streep that she felt that she was her successor as the premier American actress. Davis, a double winner who was nominated 10 times for an Academy Award, all of them Best Actress nods, set the record for most acting nominations with ...