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Goldie Hawn


Occupation: Actress, Producer
Date of Birth: November 21, 1945
Place of Birth: Washington, DC, USA
Sign: Sun in Scorpio, Moon in Cancer
Relations: Ex-husbands: Gus Trikonis, Bill Hudson; live-in: kids: Katie, Oliver (with Hudson), and Wyatt (with Russell)
Education: American University

 

HAWN was a go-go dancer before becoming the archetypal blonde ding-a-ling on a late-'60s variety show, Laugh-In. In 1969, her first featured film role, in Cactus Flower, won her a Best Supporting Actress Oscar. Strong performances in Butterflies Are Free and in Steven Spielberg's first theatrical feature, The Sugarland Express, cemented her reputation. She took home critical kudos and seven percent of the gross for her performance in Shampoo; as Private Benjamin, in 1980, the comedienne had a megahit and another Oscar nomination (she also served as executive producer). We should all be so ditzy. As a producer, Hawn has a long-term, multi-picture deal with Disney's Hollywood Pictures. As an actress, the 50-plus-year-old shows no sign of letting up: In 1996, she teamed with Diane Keaton and Bette Midler in the runaway success The First Wives Club, and capped off the year with a winning performance in Woody Allen's musical Everyone Says I Love You; and 1999 witnessed a comic turn opposite Steve Martin in the unfortunate remake The Out-of-Towners. She has smartened up her romantic life, too. After having to cough up a $75,000 divorce settlement to her first ex-husband, Gus Trikonis, and a $2 million Malibu home to her second ex, Bill Hudson, she and Kurt Russell have been saying "I don't" since 1986.

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