FAYE DUNAWAY won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her portrayal of the driven television executive Diana Christianson in "Network." She had been nominated twice
previously, for "Bonnie and Clyde" and "Chinatown." She also received the Lifetime Achievement Award at NATO's Showest as a tribute to her illustrious career. Additionally, Dunaway won the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in HBO's "Gia."
Dunaway appeared in John Grisham's "The Chamber" with Chris O'Donnell,
Kevin Spacey's "Albino Alligator," "Twilight of the Golds" for Showtime, opposite
Garry Marshall, and a remake of the classic novel "Rebecca," by Daphne du
Most recently, Dunaway appeared in "Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc" and a
remake of "The Thomas Crown Affair."
Dunaway has starred in more than 30 feature films and numerous television projects since her motion picture debut in "The Happening." Other film credits include "Don Juan DeMarco," "Hurry Sundown," "The Arrangement," "Little Big Man," "Oklahoma Crude," "The Towering Inferno," "Three Days of the Condor," "The Eyes of Laura Mars," "The Champ," "The First Deadly Sin," "Mommie Dearest," and "Barfly."
Dunaway has starred in television productions such as "Evita Peron," "The Country Girl," "Christopher Columbus" and "Cold Sassy Tree" (which she also executive produced). She won an Emmy and received a Golden Globe nomination for her role in "Columbo: It's All In The Game." She also starred in the CBS comedy series "It Had To Be You," opposite Robert
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