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ANN-MARGRET (Wendy Meyers), a consummate entertainer, has been nominated twice for an Academy Award®, won five Golden Globe Awards and received six Emmy nominations for her television work. She is a three-time winner of the "Female Star of the Year” award given by the United Motion Pictures Association; has been twice honored as "Outstanding Box Office Star of the Year” by the Theatre Owners of America and was voted "Song and Dance Star of the Year” by the American Guild of Variety Artists. Ann-Margret was nominated last year for a Grammy for her CD, "God is Love: The Gospel Sessions.”

Ann-Margret received an Emmy, Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild nomination as Best Actress in a movie for television, starring as the legendary Pamela Harriman in the Lifetime film Life of the Party, based on the best-selling book. She guest-starred in a three-part episode of NBC's award-winning series Third Watch. She co-starred in the 20th Century Fox film Taxi, with Queen Latifah and Jimmy Fallon. She co-starred in the Oliver Stone movie Any Given Sunday, with Al Pacino and Cameron Diaz. Her Showtime movie Happy Face Murders, was the highest-rated original movie for 15 months.

As a young girl, Ann-Margret was discovered by the legendary George Burns, and since her film debut playing Bette Davis' daughter in Pocketful of Miracles, Ann- Margret has made over 47 films, including such hits as The Cincinnati Kid, State Fair, Tommy, Carnal Knowledge, Bye Bye Birdie, Viva Las Vegas, Stagecoach, Grumpy Old Men and its sequel, Grumpier Old Men.

She also has co-starred with such luminaries as John Wayne, Elvis Presley, Burt Reynolds, Anthony Hopkins, Jack Nicholson, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Kirk Douglas, Steve McQueen and Walter Matthau.

Her two Academy Award® nominations were earned for her powerful portrayal of Bobbie Templeton in director Mike Nichols' famous film Carnal Knowledge and for her incredible role as Nora Walker Hobbs in the classic Ken Russell rock film Tommy.

Her television career has been equally impressive, with brilliant dramatic performances and Emmy nominations for Who Will Love My Children?, Queen, The Two Mrs. Grenvilles and A Streetcar Named Desire. Other television films in which she has earned critical acclaim for her roles include Our Sons, Nobody's Children, Following Her Heart, Scarlett and Seduced by Madness.

Ann-Margret recorded the main title song for the DreamWorks' Flintstones movie, Viva Rock Vegas; and has a new RCA compilation CD, "The Very Best of Ann- Margret,” and has just released "Ann-Margret's Christmas Carol Collection.”

She has also starred in many television specials including The Ann-Margret Show, From Hollywood With Love, Dames at Sea, When You're Smiling, Ann-Margret Olsson, Rhinestone Cowgirl, Rockette: A Tribute to Radio City Music Hall and Cinderella at the Palace.

Ann-Margret has performed at the White House, received presidential citations for entertaining the U.S. armed forces overseas and was selected by the USO World Board of Governors as their 2003 honoree. She was also named the Swedish American of the Year and gave a royal command performance for the King and Queen of Sweden. As further proof of her popularity, her autobiography, "My Story,” reached The New York Times Best-Seller List a week after publication.

Ann-Margret starred in the multimillion-dollar, coast-to-coast production of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, as well as recording the new cast album. She currently tours with her own production show Here! Now!

She has just finished a picture called Mem-o-re, with Dennis Hopper and Billy Zane for New Line Cinema, that will be released later this year.

Ann-Margret is the national chairperson for the Myasthenia Gravis Division of the Muscular Dystrophy Association. She lives with

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