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  • Goldie Hawn

    Born on November 21, 1945 in Washington, D.C.

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The Banger Sisters (2002)

Goldie Hawn as "Suzette"

In the late '60s, the self-proclaimed belles of the rock 'n' roll ball (Goldie Hawn), (Susan Sarandon) rocked the worlds of every music legend whose pants they could take off -- and they have the pictures to prove it. But it's been more than two decades since the Banger Sisters earned their nickname -- or even laid eyes on each other. Their reunion is the collision of two women's worlds; one who's living in the past, and one who's hiding from it. Together they learn to live in the moment.

Golden Globe (2002) Nominated Best Performance By an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical

Best Friends (1982)

Goldie Hawn as "Paula McCullen"

For years, screenwriting team Richard Babson (Burt Reynolds) and Paula McCullen (Goldie Hawn) have built a successful Hollywood career while managing to live harmoniously together. After finishing their latest script, Babson uses the euphoria to convince McCullen to take the leap into marriage. However, when the newlywed couple travels back east to meet their respective in-laws, the pitfalls of marriage begin to surface. Unprepared, Babson and McCullen struggle with the changing dynamics.

Golden Globe (1982) Nominated Best Performance By an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical

Private Benjamin (1980)

Goldie Hawn as "Pvt. Judy Benjamin"

A Jewish-American princess, Judy Benjamin (Goldie Hawn), is devastated when her husband (Albert Brooks) drops dead on their wedding night. While she grieves a duplicitous recruiter for the Women's Army Corps convinces her to enlist. Judy thinks her enlistment is like a vacation but Captain Lewis (Eileen Brennan) quickly dashes her hopes of an easy time. As Judy goes through basic training like any other grunt, she becomes a good soldier and develops a sense of self-esteem.

Academy Award (1980) Nominated Best Actress
Golden Globe (1980) Nominated Best Performance By an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical

The Duchess and the Dirtwater Fox (1976)

Goldie Hawn as "Amanda Quaid/Duchess Swansbury"

Ne'er-do-well Charlie "Dirtwater Fox" Malloy (George Segal) helps outlaws steal a cool $40,000, then runs off with all the money. However, he doesn't count on Duchess (Goldie Hawn), a burlesque dancer and prostitute who manages to trick him out of the cash. As the gang Malloy had double-crossed comes looking to retrieve their loot, the pair team up and engage in some wacky shenanigans, including having her pretend to be a real-life duchess, while gradually falling for each other.

Golden Globe (1976) Nominated Best Performance By an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical

Shampoo (1975)

Goldie Hawn as "Jill"

Against the backdrop of Nixon's election to office, Beverly Hills hairdresser and notorious rake George Roundy (Warren Beatty) runs into trouble when his lascivious habits begin to clash with his more responsible business ambitions. Things get even more complex when Roundy asks his wealthy mistress, Felicia Karpf (Lee Grant), for a business loan, unaware that his best friend and ex-girlfriend, Jackie (Julie Christie), is sleeping with Karpf's husband, Lester (Jack Warden).

Golden Globe (1975) Nominated Best Performance By an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical

Butterflies Are Free (1972)

Goldie Hawn as "Jill Tanner"

In early 1970s San Francisco, blind aspiring singer-songwriter Don Baker (Edward Albert) is living away from his overprotective mother (Eileen Heckart) for the first time. Free-spirited actress Jill Tanner (Goldie Hawn) moves into the apartment next door, and they bond over music and literature, but when Don's mother makes an unexpected visit, she clashes with the headstrong Jill, assuming that she'll get bored and leave Don, just as his last girlfriend did.

Golden Globe (1972) Nominated Best Performance By an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical

There's a Girl in My Soup (1970)

Goldie Hawn as "Marion"

Robert Danvers (Peter Sellers) is an egotistical television host who seduces woman at every opportunity. When he meets Marion (Goldie Hawn), an American who has just married a British rock performer named Jimmy (Nicky Henson), he tries to charm her. Although Marion is not impressed by Robert's alluring act, she does agree to go on a trip with him to see the wine country in France. When they return, Robert has fallen in love with Marion, but she still has feelings for Jimmy.

British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1970) Nominated Actress

Cactus Flower (1969)

Goldie Hawn as "Toni Simmons"

Distraught when her middle-aged lover breaks a date with her, 21-year-old Toni Simmons (Goldie Hawn) attempts suicide. Impressed by her action, her lover, dentist Julian Winston (Walter Matthau) reconsiders marrying Toni, but he worries about her insistence on honesty. Having fabricated a wife and three children, Julian readily accepts when his devoted nurse, Stephanie (Ingrid Bergman), who has secretly loved Julian for years, offers to act as his wife and demand a divorce.

British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1970) Nominated Actress
Academy Award (1969) Won Best Supporting Actress
Golden Globe (1969) Won Best Performance By an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture

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