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Where Are They Now - Friday, November 11, 2016

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Actress Faye Dunaway has starred in many big name films throughout her long career as an actress, one of my personal favorites being Bonnie & Clyde. So, what has she been up to nowadays? Keep on reading to find out!

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--DEAD OR ALIVE?--

See if you know if the following celebrities have had a visit from the "Grim Reaper":

Morey Amsterdam: Played Buddy on the TV series "The Dick Van Dyke Show"

Richard Roundtree: Starred as the title role in the movie Shaft

Patricia Wettig: Played Nancy in the TV series "thirtysomething" and Barbara in the "City Slickers" movies


(Answer at the bottom)



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Faye Dunaway

Learn More About Faye Dunaway on Celebrity Nooz


BIRTH DATE: January 14, 1941, Bascom, Florida

BIRTH NAME: Dorothy Faye Dunaway

CLAIM TO FAME: Dunaway is an Academy Award winning actress who has starred in films including Network, Bonnie and Clyde, and Chinatown.

FAMILY LIFE: Dunaway was married to Peter Wolf, the lead singer of The J. Geils Band, from 1974 to 1979. She was married to British photographer Terry O'Neill from 1984 to 1987, and they have one child, Liam O'Neill (born 1980). In 2003, Terry O'Neill revealed that their son was adopted.

INFO: Dunaway joined the American National Theater and Academy in 1962, and appeared on Broadway that same year as the daughter of Thomas More in A Man for All Seasons. In 1967, she made her screen debut in The Happening. Also that year, she earned the leading role in Bonnie and Clyde opposite Warren Beatty, a role that earned her an Oscar nomination. In 1968, she starred in The Thomas Crown Affair alongside Steve McQueen.

The 1970s was a big decade for Dunaway. She starred in several films, including Three Days of the Condor, Little Big Man, Chinatown, The Three/Four Musketeers, Eyes of Laura Mars, and Network, for which she won the Academy Award for Best Actress. She worked with several big name actors such as Charlton Heston, Robert Redford, Dustin Hoffman, Paul Newman, Robert Duvall, Jack Nicholson, and Tommy Lee Jones.

In the 1980s, Dunaway received a Razzie Award for Worst Actress for the 1981 film Mommie Dearest, but redeemed herself in 1987 with a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Actress for her role in Barfly with Mickey Rourke. She continued to appear in Hollywood features and independent movies.

She appeared in The Handmaid's Tale (1990) with Robert Duvall, in Don Juan DeMarco (1995) with Marlon Brando, and in The Chamber (1996) alongside Gene Hackman. She received Screen Actors Guild and Golden Globe nominations for her role as the mother of a wealthy Jewish family in turmoil in The Twilight of the Golds (1998). She won an Emmy in 1994 for her role as the seductive murderess in Columbo: It's All in the Game (1993).

TRIVIA: Was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on October 2, 1996.

Is an adult convert to Roman Catholicism.

In order to be taken seriously as an actress, she turned down a regular role on "Guiding Light" (1952) in 1965.

Her portrayal of Bonnie Parker in Bonnie and Clyde (1967) was ranked #32 on the villains list of the 100 years of "The Greatest Screen Heroes and Villains."

Is only 14 years older than Diana Scarwid, who played her daughter in Mommie Dearest (1981).

Studied drama at HB Studio in Greenwich Village in New York City.

Attended Boston University.

Gave up a Fulbright Scholarship to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London to join the original training program at the Lincoln Center Repertory Theater in New York.

Her autobiography, Looking For Gatsby, was released in 1995.

WHERE IS SHE NOW:
Dunaway recently appeared on the hit IFC Series Documentary Now! and has two projects coming out in 2017; The Case for Christ and Inconceivable.

WRITE TO FAYE DUNAWAY:
Faye Dunaway
c/o Creative Artists Agency
2000 Avenue Of The Stars
Los Angeles, CA 90067

CREDITS:


2016 The Case for Christ (filming)...Dr. Roberta Waters

2016 The Bye Bye Man (completed)...Widow Redmon

2016 Documentary Now! (TV Series)...Faye Dunaway
Mr. Runner Up: My Life as an Oscar Bridesmaid, Part 1 (2016)

2016 Hand of God (TV Series)...Valerie Harris

2010 A Family Thanksgiving (TV movie)...Gina

2010 Earth Ring (short)...Blue

2009 21 and a Wake-Up...Major Rose Thorn

2009 The Bait...Therapist

2009 Midnight Bayou (TV movie)...Odette Simone

2009 Grey's Anatomy (TV series)...Dr. Margaret Campbell
An Honest Mistake

2009 The Seduction of Dr. Fugazzi...Detective Rowland

2009 The Magic Stone...Filomena

2008 La rabbia...Madre

2008 Flick...Lt. McKenzie

2007 The Gene Generation...Josephine Hayden

2007 Say It in Russian...Jacqueline de Rossy

2007 Cougar Club...Edith Birnbaum

2007 Pandemic (TV movie)...Governor Lillian Schaefer

2006 Rain...Isabel Hudson

2006 Love Hollywood Style...God

2006 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV series)...Lois O'Neill
Kiss Kiss, Bye Bye

2006 Cut Off...Marilyn Burton

2005 Ghosts Never Sleep...Kathleen Dolan

2004 Back When We Were Grownups (TV movie)...Tina

2004 Anonymous Rex (TV movie)...Shin

2004 Jennifer's Shadow...Mary Ellen Cassi

2004 El padrino...Atty. Gen. Navarro

2004 Last Goodbye...Sean Winston

2003 Blind Horizon...Ms. K

2002-2003 Alias (TV series)...Ariana Kane

2002/I The Calling...Mae West

2002 The Rules of Attraction...Mrs. Denton

2002 The Biographer (TV movie)...Amanda Washington

2002 Soul Food (TV series)...Katherine Burke
Tonight at Noon

2002 Changing Hearts...Betty Miller

2002 Mid-Century...Blue/Mother

2001 The Yellow Bird (short)...Aurora Beavis

2001 Touched by an Angel (TV series)...Dr. Rebecca Markham
Shallow Water: Part 2
Shallow Water: Part 1

2000 Running Mates (TV movie)...Meg Gable

2000 Stanley's Gig...Leila

1999 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (TV series)
Episode dated 24 November 1999 (1999)

1999 The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc...Yolande of Aragon

1999 The Yards...Kitty Olchin

1999 The Thomas Crown Affair...The Psychiatrist

1999 Love Lies Bleeding...Josephine Butler

1998 A Will of Their Own (TV mini-series)...Margaret Sanger
Episode #1.1

1998 Gia (TV movie)...Wilhelmina Cooper

1997 In Praise of Older Women...Condesa

1997 Rebecca (TV movie)...Mrs. Van Hopper

1996 The Twilight of the Golds...Phyllis Gold

1996 The Chamber...Lee Cayhall Bowen

1996 The People Next Door (TV movie)...Ellen Morse

1996 Albino Alligator...Janet Boudreaux

1996 Dunston Checks In...Mrs. Dubrow

1995 Drunks...Becky

1995 Avonlea (TV series)...Countess Polenska
What a Tangled Web We Weave

1995 A Family Divided (TV movie)...Karen Billingsley

1994 Don Juan DeMarco...Marilyn Mickler

1993 Columbo (TV series)...Lauren Staton
It's All in the Game

1993 It Had to Be You (TV series)...Laura Scofield

1993 The Temp...Charlene Towne

1993 Arizona Dream...Elaine Stalker

1992 Double Edge...Faye Milano

1991 Scorchers...Thais

1990 Silhouette (TV movie)...Samantha Kimball

1990 The Two Jakes...Evelyn Mulwray (voice)

1990 The Handmaid's Tale...Serena Joy

1989 Wait Until Spring, Bandini...Mrs. Hildegarde

1989 Cold Sassy Tree (TV movie)...Love Simpson Blakeslee

1989 Up to Date...Mrs. Colbert

1988 Burning Secret...Mrs. Sonya Tuchman

1988 The Gamble...Countess Matilda Von Wallenstein

1988 Midnight Crossing...Helen Barton

1987 Barfly...Wanda Wilcox

1987 Casanova (TV movie)...Madame D'Urfe

1986 Beverly Hills Madam (TV movie)...Lil Hutton

1986 Raspberry Ripple (TV movie)

1985 Thirteen at Dinner (TV movie)...Jane Wilkinson / Carlotta Adams

1985 Christopher Columbus (TV mini-series)...Queen Isabella of Spain

1985 Ordeal by Innocence...Rachel Argyle

1984 Ellis Island (TV mini-series)...Maud Charteris

1984 Supergirl...Selena

1983 The Wicked Lady...Lady Barbara Skelton

1982 The Country Girl (TV movie)...Georgie Elgin

1981 Mommie Dearest...Joan Crawford

1981 Evita Peron (TV movie)...Eva 'Evita' Duarte Peron

1980 The First Deadly Sin...Barbara Delaney

1979 The Champ...Annie

1978 Eyes of Laura Mars...Laura Mars

1976 Voyage of the Damned...Denise Kreisler

1976 Hallmark Hall of Fame (TV series)...Sister Aimee Semple McPherson
The Disappearance of Aimee

1976 Network...Diana Christensen

1975 Three Days of the Condor...Kathy Hale

1974 The Towering Inferno...Susan

1974 After the Fall (TV movie)...Maggie

1974 The Four Musketeers: Milady's Revenge...Milady

1974 Chinatown...Evelyn Mulwray

1973 The Three Musketeers: The Queen's Diamonds...Milady de Winter

1973 Oklahoma Crude...Lena Doyle

1972 The Woman I Love (TV movie)...Wallis Warfield Simpson

1971 Great Performances (TV series)...Kathleen Stanton
Hogan's Goat

1971 'Doc'...Katie Elder

1971 The Deadly Trap...Jill

1970 Puzzle of a Downfall Child...Lou Andreas Sand

1970 Little Big Man...Mrs. Pendrake

1969 The Extraordinary Seaman...Jennifer Winslow

1969 The Arrangement...Gwen

1968 A Place for Lovers...Julia

1968 The Thomas Crown Affair...Vicki Anderson

1967 Bonnie and Clyde...Bonnie Parker

1967 The Happening...Sandy

1967 Hurry Sundown...Lou McDowell

1966 The Trials of O'Brien (TV series)...Myra
The 10-Foot, 6-Inch Pole

1965 Seaway (TV series)...Alexis Webster
The 34th Man

To see Then & Now pictures of Faye Dunaway, visit: Celebrity Nooz

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--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--

Morey Amsterdam - DEAD (Heart attack)
Born: 12/14/1908 Died: 10/27/1996

Richard Roundtree - ALIVE
Born: 07/09/1942

Patricia Wettig - ALIVE
Born: 12/04/1951

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WHO PASSED ON THIS WEEK...

11/9
Jack Bodell, 76, English boxer.

11/8
Zdenek Altner, 69, Czech lawyer.
Peter Brixtofte, 66, Danish politician, Tax Minister (1992-1993).
Raoul Coutard, 92, French cinematographer (Breathless).
Ho Chih-chin, 64, Taiwanese politician, Minister of Finance (2006-2008).
Touran Mirhadi, 89, Iranian educator.
V. P. Ramakrishna Pillai, 84, Indian politician.
Helga Ruebsamen, 82, Dutch writer.
Umberto Veronesi, 90, Italian oncologist.

11/7
Genjiro Arato, 70, Japanese filmmaker and actor (Zigeunerweisen).
Kanu Gandhi, 87, Indian scientist (NASA).
Thomas Gardner, 93, British footballer (Everton).
Steve Gibbons, 71, American radio host.
Birger Jansen, 68, Norwegian ice hockey player (Frisk Asker) and sailor, cancer.
Biser Kirov, 74, Bulgarian pop singer.
Jayawantiben Mehta, 77, Indian politician, MP (1989-1991, 1996-1998, 1999-2004).
Silvano Miniati (it), 72, Italian politician and trade union organizer.
Janet Reno, 78, American lawyer and politician, U.S. Attorney General (1993-2001), Parkinson's disease.
Samuel Sitta, 73, Tanzanian politician, MP (2005-2015).
Anthony St. Laurent, 75, American mobster.
Sir Jimmy Young, 95, British radio personality (Radio 2) and singer ("Unchained Melody", "The Man from Laramie").

11/6
Mick Granger, 85, English footballer (York City), Alzheimer's disease.
Edward Itta, 71, American Iñupiaq politician, mayor of North Slope Borough, Alaska (2005-2011), member of United States Arctic Research Commission (2012-2015), cancer.
Zoltán Kocsis, 64, Hungarian pianist, conductor and composer.
Rafael Francisco Martínez Sáinz, 81, Mexican Roman Catholic prelate, Auxiliary Bishop of Guadalajara (2002-2012).
Thomas Martyn, 69, English rugby league player (Leigh, Warrington, national team).
Lalatendu Bidyadhar Mohapatra, 52, Indian politician, multiple organ failure.
Redovino Rizzardo, 77, Brazilian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Dourados (2001-2015).
Jos Romersa, 101, Luxembourgian Olympic gymnast (1936).
Marc Sleen, 93, Belgian cartoonist and comics artist (The Adventures of Nero).
Vautour, 7, French-born Irish-trained racehorse, euthanised.

11/5
John Carson, 89, English actor (Doomsday, Captain Kronos - Vampire Hunter, Doctor Who).
Israel Cavazos Garza, 93, Mexican historian.
Ralph Cicerone, 73, American scientist, President of National Academy of Sciences (2005-2016).
Rolando Espinosa Sr., 54, Filipino politician, Mayor of Albuera, Leyte, shot.
M. R. Khan, 88, Bangladeshi paediatrician and professor.
Julius Oketta, 60, Ugandan army general and politician.
Abdulla Oripov, 75, Uzbek poet, literary translator and politician, lyricist of State Anthem of Uzbekistan.
Laurent Pardo, 55, French bass guitarist.
Rodolfo Stavenhagen, 84, Mexican sociologist.
Marek Svatoš, 34, Slovakian ice hockey player (Colorado Avalanche).
Andreas Vgenopoulos, 63, Greek businessman and lawyer, heart attack.
Giles Waterfield, 67, British art historian and curator (Dulwich Picture Gallery).

11/4
Eddie Carnett, 100, American baseball player (Boston Braves, Chicago White Sox, Cleveland Indians).
DeVan Dallas, 90, American politician, member of the Mississippi House of Representatives (1964-1976).
Sylvio dos Santos, 81, Brazilian swimmer and water polo player.
Allen Eller, 39, American soccer player (Baltimore Blast, Ohio Vortex).
Eddie Harsch, 59, Canadian keyboardist (The Black Crowes).
Khalid Kelly, 49, Irish Islamist (al-Muhajiroun), suicide bombing.
Odera Owiso, 43, Kenyan-born American actor (The Originals).
Jean-Jacques Perrey, 87, French electronic music producer, lung cancer.
Mansour Pourheidari, 71, Iranian football player and manager (Esteghlal, national team).
E. Barrett Prettyman, Jr., 91, American lawyer.
Ziaul Haque Zia, 63, Bangladeshi politician, Minister of Local Government (2001-2006).

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