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Jessica Lange


Lange received three more nominations for Country (1984), Sweet Dreams (1985), and Music Box (1989) before being nominated a sixth time and winning the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance as a manic depressive in Blue Sky (1994). Due to the nature of her father’s professions, Lange and her family moved often throughout her childhood, though they eventually returned to and settled in Minnesota. She then relocated to Paris, France, where their relationship would eventually end. Lange, however, remained in Paris and studied mime with the renowned √Čtienne Decroux. Lange wouldn’t work for nearly three years, however. in 1979, Lange was cast as the ‘Angel of Death’ in Bob Fosse’s semi-autobiographical film, All That Jazz.

Jessica Lange Wins Supporting Actress in A Miniseries Or A Movie! Congrats to Jessica Lange!The American Horror Story star took home the Emmy for Best Supporting Actress in A Miniseries or Movie! She figured out just the right amount of creepiness in her role as Constance. Then she turned the creepy dial up to eleven!We’re glad the miniseries series will be back soon to scare the [...] [link]

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Jessica Lange


Jessica Phyllis Lange (born April 20, 1949) is an American actress who has worked in film, theatre and television. in addition to acting, Lange is a photographer with two published works, and is a humanitarian, holding a position as a Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF, specializing in the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the Congo and Russia. Due to the nature of her father’s professions, Lange and her family moved often throughout her childhood, though they eventually returned to and settled in Minnesota. Lange made her professional film debut in 1976’s King Kong. However, Pauline Kael praised Lange for her performance, comparing her to Carole Lombard and calling the film “campy fun”. Lange wouldn’t work for nearly three years, however.

Jessica Lange: Ageing Gracefully! Jessica Lange, 62, showed off her great figure in a tight-fitting red dress at the Paley Centre For Media’s honoring of American Horror Story at Paley Fest 2012 at the Saban Theater, Beverly Hills. She seemed in good spirits as […] [link]

Jessica Lange
Jessica Lange
Jessica Lange
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Jessica Lange
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Jessica Lange
Jessica Lange


The recipient of several awards, including two Academy Awards, four Golden Globes and one Emmy, Lange is regarded as one of the premi√®re female actors of her generation. She had her first true major critical and financial success, however, with a starring role in 1981’s The Postman Always Rings Twice. The following year, Lange became the first film actor in forty years to receive two Academy Award nominations within the same year; she was nominated for the Best Actress award for her portrayal of former Hollywood actress Frances Farmer in Frances and received the award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as a soap opera star in the comedy Tootsie, the second-highest grossing picture of 1982. Lange was later nominated twice for the Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Movie for her work in the HBO drama films Normal (2003) and Grey Gardens (2009), among other honors, eventually winning for the latter. in total, Lange has received six Academy Award nominations, winning two, twelve Golden Globe nominations, winning four, three Emmy nominations, winning one, along with three Screen Actors Guild nominations and one British Academy Film Award nomination. Her work has also earned her a National Society of Film Critics award, a New York Film Critics Circle award, a Los Angeles Film Critics Association award, a Boston Society of Film Critics award, a Moscow International Film Festival award and a Theater World Award, among several other awards and nominations. Due to the nature of her father’s professions, Lange and her family moved often throughout her childhood, though they eventually returned to and settled in Minnesota. in 1973, Lange returned to New York to “witness Nixon get impeached”.