Faye Dunaway

Faye Dunaway was born in Metal Dragon - Ken Chen Year of the 60-year Cycle of the Chinese Zodiac

Dorothy Faye Dunaway was born on January 14, 1941 in Florida. She was the daughter of an army officer. Faye majored in education at the University of Florida but moved to theatre arts and to Boston University. Faye worked for the American National Theatre and Academy in 1961 and in plays on Broadway. Her first film appearance was Seaway in 1965. Her career took off when she was cast as Bonnie Parker in Bonnie and Clyde in 1967. She earned an Academy Award nomination for her performance. Faye played with Steve McQueen in The Thomas Crown Affair in 1968, Chinatown in 1974 and Three Days of the Condor with Robert Redford n 1975. Faye won an Oscar in 1976 for Network. In 1981 she played Joan Crawford in Mommie Dearest and her reign as a top actress plummeted. Faye continues to act in low-budget films but she is not as in demand as she was. Fans are a bit confused. Faye plays tough and difficult women and her classic beauty helps her in her performances. Faye was married to Peter Wolf from August 1974 until 1975 when they divorced. She married Tarry O?€™Neill in 1982 and they divorced in 1987. They had one child.
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