BEVERLY D'ANGELO (Astergaurd)
has appeared in over 50 films and television productions,
playing a wide range of characters. Most notably, she earned critical
acclaim as well as a Golden Globe nomination for her portrayal
of Patsy Cline in COAL MINER'S DAUGHTER, for which she received
the Los Angeles Critics Award, a Golden Globe nomination, and
a Country Music Award for singing on the soundtrack album, which
itself earned a gold record. Previously, she had studied opera
with Edward Johnson of the Metropolitan Opera, and accompanied
rockabilly legend Ronnie Hawkins.
After making her motion picture debut in THE SENTINEL, D'Angelo
went on to star in FIRST LOVE, ANNIE HALL, EVERY WHICH WAY BUT
LOOSE, HIGHPOINT, HAIR, PATERNITY, and HONKY TONK FREEWAY, NATIONAL
LAMPOON'S VACATION, among many others. She received an Emmy nomination
for her television work in "A Streetcar Named Desire."
In 1995 she earned an Outer Critic Circle Award for her work
on Broadway in Sam Shepard's "Simpatico."
D'Angelo recently filmed "Talking With...," a series
of monologues for women on PBS's "Great Performances."
Other recent projects include "The Pterodactyl Woman of Beverly
Hills," and "How Much Are Those Children in the Window."
Born in Columbus, Ohio, D'Angelo originally studied fine art at
the American School in Florence, Italy, and began her entertainment
industry career at the age of 17 as a painter for the Hanna-Barbera
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