Dorothy Faye Dunaway

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Dorothy Faye Dunaway Faye Dunaway (born 14 January 1941) is an American actress Academy Award winner. The daughter of a sergeant in the U.S. Navy, studied theater at Boston University and later graduated from the University of Florida. He began working at the Lincoln Center Repertory Company, where he built a good image as an actress. Her first movie role was in the 1967 Otto Preminger film Night desired (Hurry Sundown), but was also the year when she landed the role in Bonnie and Clyde that earned him his first Oscar nomination. During the seventies mature as an actress, sharing role with the main actors of the moment, is the case: Three Days of the Condor, The Thomas Crown, Little Big Man, Chinatown, The Towering Inferno or Network, a relentless world , which managed to win an Oscar. Since the completion of the Oscar, the papers were those who took lower profile, he made several television appearances and several plays.As actress has participated in numerous films, including The Chamber of James Foley and Joan of Arc by Luc Besson. He has directed and produced several movies. Married twice, has one son.

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