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The This Is Us actress knows the value of institutional support.
Something I learned during one of Camille’s photoshoots was that photographers back then would dose actresses in baby oil to make them shine!
She’s an actress, choreographer, dancer, director, producer, singer-songwriter and the proud owner of a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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The supporting actress trophy went to his co-star Annie Murphy.
The powerful series “Watchmen,” a graphic novel-adaptation steeped in racial pain, was voted best limited series and King won lead actress for her work on the HBO show.
During the conversation about sublimation, Angela references a quote by the late actress Carrie Fisher.
Keep in mind that by this point in her career, Davis had already won an Oscar for best supporting actress.
In a very thin house in the country, an actress spoke very low in her communication with her lover.
He was defendant in the breach of promise suit brought by a notorious London actress, then playing in a popular revue.
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"She's a moving picture actress or something, I'm sure of it," Grace confided in Betty's unsympathetic ear.

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