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Fonda

1. Henry. 1905--82, US film actor. His many films include Young Mr Lincoln (1939), The Grapes of Wrath (1940), Twelve Angry Men (1957), and On Golden Pond (1981) for which he won an Oscar
2. his daughter Jane. born 1937, US film actress. Her films include Klute (1971) for which she won an Oscar, Julia (1977), The China Syndrome (1979), On Golden Pond (1981), and The Old Gringo (1989)
3. her brother, Peter. born 1939, US film actor, who made his name in Easy Rider (1969); later films include Ulee's Gold (1997)
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Fonda became a household name when he starred as Wyatt in 'Easy Rider,' which he also produced and co-scripted.
It was only when the scene ended that Lopez realized the damage she did to Fonda. "I just remember afterwards Jane had a blood blister at the top of her eye - my nail went up into her eye.
pain in hearts FONDA'S FAMILY ON MOVIE LEGEND Fonda was later nominated for Best Actor for his role as a beekeeper in Ulee's Gold, and won a Golden Globe for the role in 1998.
Fonda was estranged from his father for much of his life, but said they grew closer before Henry Fonda died in 1982.
Peter Fonda, born in 1940 in New York City, lost his mother, the socialite Frances Ford Seymour, as a child when she took her own life.
Coffee was practically calling out my name as I walked through Fonda's doors.
The 1982 Academy Award ceremony at which Henry Fonda won his only Oscar is what Jane Fonda readily points to when asked to name a Hollywood career highlight.
Three months earlier, though, Fonda, who has had three marriages, said she was no longer sexually active.
Fonda said she thinks things may be worse for women today than in 1980 -- suggesting that the contracting out of key human resources positions can cause confusion in the workplace.
Fonda's personal view about her sex life is very different from her character' in her latest big screen project.
"Eyman's remarkably absorbing, supremely entertaining joint biography of two Hollywood legends reveals just how immutable the bonds were between 'Hank' Fonda, an impious, New Deal Democrat with a volatile home life, and 'Jim' Stewart, a churchgoing, conservative Republican with a devoted family." NOAH ISENBERG