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).
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11 Interviews |
55 Articles |
10 Pictorials |
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5' 6" (1.68 m)
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[on Margaret Thatcher
] She's still an incredibly divisive figure, but you miss her clarity today. It was all very clear and up front, and I loved that eagerness to mix it up and to make it about ideas. Today it's all about feelings. You know, "How do I come off?" and, "Does this seem OK?" You want people who are willing to find a solution. I admire the fact that she was a "love-me-or-hate-me" ...
Was a finalist for the role of Ellen Ripley in Alien
(1979), but the role went to good friend and classmate Sigourney Weaver
instead. However, Streep later got to make her own contribution to the character. Many of the special effects for Alien³
(1992) were created in England, after the cast; including Weaver; had returned home to the United States. The filmmakers needed a prosthetic cast of...
Known for her ability to master almost any accent