Jessica Lange

Lange in 2008 Jessica Phyllis Lange (; born April 20, 1949) is an American actress. Known for her roles on stage and screen she has received numerous accolades and is one of the few performers to achieve the Triple Crown of Acting. Lange has received two Academy Awards, three Primetime Emmy Awards, five Golden Globe Awards, and a Tony Award as well as nominations for a BAFTA Award and a Olivier Award.

Lange made her professional film debut in the remake ''King Kong'' (1976) which, despite receiving mixed reviews, earned her the Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year. Lange went on to receive two Academy Awards, her first for Best Supporting Actress as a soap opera star in the comedy ''Tootsie'' (1982) and her second for Best Actress playing a bipolar housewife in ''Blue Sky'' (1994). Her other Oscar-nominated roles were for ''Frances'' (1982), ''Country'' (1984), ''Sweet Dreams'' (1985), and ''Music Box'' (1989). She also acted in films such as ''All That Jazz'' (1979), ''The Postman Always Rings Twice'' (1981), ''Crimes of the Heart'' (1986), ''Cape Fear'' (1991), ''Rob Roy'' (1995), and ''Big Fish'' (2003).

For her roles on television she received her first Primetime Emmy Award for her portrayal of Big Edie in the HBO movie ''Grey Gardens'' (2009). Lange gained new recognition by starring in FX's horror anthology, ''American Horror Story'' (2011–2015, 2018), which earned her two additional Primetime Emmys for its first and third seasons. She was Emmy-nominated for her roles as in Blanche DuBois in the CBS film ''A Streetcar Named Desire'' (1995), a wife in the HBO television movie ''Normal'' (2003), and Joan Crawford in FX the miniseries ''Feud: Bette and Joan'' (2017). Lange has also acted in the television films ''O Pioneers!'' (1992), and ''The Great Lillian Hall'' (2024) as well as the Netflix series ''The Politician'' (2019).

On stage, Lange made her Broadway debut as Blanche DuBois in the revival of the Tennessee Williams play ''A Streetcar Named Desire'' (1992). Lange won the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play for her role as Mary Cavan Tyrone in the Broadway revival of the Eugene O'Neill play ''Long Day's Journey into Night'' (2016). Lange returned to Broadway playing the hardheaded matriarch in the Paula Vogel play ''Mother Play'' (2024).

Lange is also a photographer with five published books of photography. She has been a foster parent and holds a Goodwill Ambassador position for UNICEF, specializing in HIV/AIDS in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Russia. Provided by Wikipedia
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