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Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor
  • Career: Actress
  • Top celebrities: 2955
  • BirthDate: 1932, 27 of February , Hampstead, London, England, UK
  • Spouse: Larry Fortensky (6 October 1991 - 31 October 1996) (divorced), John Warner (4 December 1976 - 7 November 1982) (divorced), Richard Burton (10 October 1975 - 1 August 1976) (remarried) (divorced), Richard Burton (15 March 1964 - 26 June 1974) (divorced) 1 child, Eddie Fisher (12 May 1959 - 6 March 1964) (divorced), Michael Todd (2 February 1957 - 22 March 1958) (his death) 1 child, Michael Wilding (21 February 1952 - 30 January 1957) (divorced) 2 children, Conrad Hilton Jr. (6 May 1950 - 1 February 1951) (divorced)
  • Zodiac sign: Pisces
  • Facts of life

    Elizabeth Taylor

    Elizabeth Taylor is an American origin actress active in Hollywood movie franchises. She was born on February 28, 1976 in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Her acting career consists of many movies developed and produced in different languages and countries, not to mention a huge variety of movie genres. Having acted in both TV series like Chicago Sons, suddenly Susan, Just Shoot Me, and Movies such as - House on Haunted Hill, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Resident Evil: Extinction, A Lot like Love, resident Evil: Afterlife, etc; gave her a fare bit of recognition in the industry. The role that made her most recognized in American audience is her lead role of Nadia Santos in the TV show Alias, along with the-role of Clear Rivers in the popular dollar movie franchise Final Destination. She also gained good critical popularity for her acting skills in Resident Evil movie series with several nominations for awards.

  • Awards: Won Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award - 1993 for ""
    Won Oscar - 1967 for "Best Actress in a Leading Role for:Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966). Elizabeth Taylor was not present at the awards ceremony. Anne Bancroft accepted the award on her behalf."
    Won Oscar - 1961 for "Best Actress in a Leading Role for:BUtterfield 8 (1960)."
    Nominated Oscar - 1960 for "Best Actress in a Leading Role for:Suddenly, Last Summer (1959)."
    Nominated Oscar - 1959 for "Best Actress in a Leading Role for:Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958)."
    Nominated Oscar - 1958 for "Best Actress in a Leading Role for:Raintree County (1957)."
    Won Life Achievement Award - 1993 for ""
    Won Academy Fellowship - 1999 for ""
    Nominated BAFTA Film Award - 1968 for "Best British Actress for:The Taming of the Shrew (1967)."
    Won BAFTA Film Award - 1967 for "Best British Actress for:Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)."
    Nominated BAFTA Film Award - 1959 for "Best Foreign Actress for:Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958). USA."
    Won Britannia Award - 2005 for "Artistic Excellence in International Entertainment"
    Won Bambi - 1968 for ""
    Won Silver Berlin Bear - 1972 for "Best Actress for:Hammersmith Is Out (1972)."
    Nominated ACE - 1984 for "Actress in a Dramatic or Theatrical Program for:Between Friends (1983) (TV)."
    Won David - 1972 for "Best Foreign Actress (Migliore Attrice Straniera) for:Zee and Co. (1972)."
    Won David - 1967 for "Best Foreign Actress (Migliore Attrice Straniera) for:The Taming of the Shrew (1967). Tied with Julie Christie for Doctor Zhivago (1965)."
    Won Golden Plate - 1960 for "for:Suddenly, Last Summer (1959). For her performance."
    Won Gala Tribute - 1986 for ""
    Won Vanguard Award - 2000 for ""
    Won Golden Apple - 1985 for "Female Star of the Year"
    Won Cecil B. DeMille Award - 1985 for ""
    Won Henrietta Award - 1974 for "World Film Favorite - Female"
    Nominated Henrietta Award - 1969 for "World Film Favorite - Female"
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1967 for "Best Motion Picture Actress - Drama for:Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)."
    Nominated Henrietta Award - 1966 for "World Film Favorite - Female"
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1961 for "Best Motion Picture Actress - Drama for:BUtterfield 8 (1960)."
    Won Golden Globe - 1960 for "Best Motion Picture Actress - Drama for:Suddenly, Last Summer (1959)."
    Won Special Award - 1957 for "For consistent performance."
    Won Woman of the Year - 1977 for ""
    Won KCFCC Award - 1967 for "Best Actress for:Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)."
    Nominated Golden Laurel - 1971 for "Star, Female 6th place."
    Nominated Golden Laurel - 1968 for "Female Star 7th place."
    Won Golden Laurel - 1967 for "Female Dramatic Performance for:Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)."
    Won Golden Laurel - 1966 for "Female Star"
    Won Golden Laurel - 1965 for "Female Star"
    2nd place Golden Laurel - 1964 for "Top Female Star"
    2nd place Golden Laurel - 1963 for "Top Female Star"
    Nominated Golden Laurel - 1962 for "Top Female Star 6th place."
    2nd place Golden Laurel - 1961 for "Female Dramatic Performance for:BUtterfield 8 (1960)."
    Won Golden Laurel - 1960 for "Top Female Dramatic Performance for:Suddenly, Last Summer (1959)."
    Won Golden Laurel - 1959 for "Top Female Dramatic Performance for:Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958)."
    Won Golden Laurel - 1958 for "Top Female Dramatic Performance for:Raintree County (1957)."
    Won NBR Award - 1967 for "Best Actress for:Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)."
    Won NYFCC Award - 1966 for "Best Actress for:Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966). Tied with Lynn Redgrave for Georgy Girl (1966)."
    Nominated Razzie Award - 1995 for "Worst Supporting Actress for:Familie Feuerstein (1994)."
    Won Life Achievement Award - 1998 for ""
    Won Maverick Award - 2001 for ""
    Won Star on the Walk of Fame - 1960 for "Motion Picture On 8 February 1960. At 6336 Hollywood Blvd."
    Won Star on the Walk of Fame - ???? for "Motion Picture At 6336 Hollywood Blvd."
    Won Humanitarian Award - 2011 for ""
    Won Crystal Award - 1985 for ""
  • Position in top best awards winner: 170
  • Salary: There's One Born Every Minute (1942) $200 a week.
    Lassie Come Home (1943) $100 a week
    Courage of Lassie (1946) $750/week
    A Place in the Sun (1951) $1,500/week
    Ivanhoe (1952) $5,500/week
    Giant (1956) $175,000
    Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958) $4,750 per week
    Suddenly, Last Summer (1959) $500,000
    BUtterfield 8 (1960) $150,000
    Cleopatra (1963) $1,000,000 + 10% of the gross
    Elizabeth Taylor in London (1963) (TV) £250,000
    The Sandpiper (1965) $1,000,000
    Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966) $1,100,000 + 10% of the gross
    The Taming of the Shrew (1967) 50% of the net profits (Co-producer)
    The Comedians (1967) $500,000
    Boom (1968) $1,250,000
    Secret Ceremony (1968) $1,000,000
    The Only Game in Town (1970) $1,250,000
    Winter Kills (1979) $100,000
    The Mirror Crack'd (1980) $250,000
    Malice in Wonderland (1985) (TV) $1,000,000
    "North and South" (1985) $200,000
    Poker Alice (1987) (TV) $500,000
    Флинтстоуны (1994) $2,500,000
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