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Streep

Meryl, original name Mary Louise Streep. born 1949, US actress. Her films include The Deerhunter (1978), Kramer vs Kramer (1979), The French Lieutenant's Woman (1981), Sophie's Choice (1982), Out of Africa (1986), Dancing at Lughnasa (1999), and The Hours (2002)
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Streep also worked with Nichols on "Postcards From the Edge" and HBO's "Angels in America," which earned her an Emmy.
Streep is simply fabulous as Julia, making us fall in love with this gawky, enthusiastic, optimistic woman with a rather odd voice.
Julia Child (Streep), an inspiration to generations of women across the Atlantic, was the first American woman to study at the esteemed Cordon Bleu cooking school in Paris.
-- The Washington Post: "When Streep's character faces a fateful journalistic choice in Washington (let's call it the Judith Miller Conundrum), it's impossible not to see the ghost of Redford's Bob Woodward in 'All the President's Men' and understand how far Redford believes journalism has fallen from its sacred skeptical perch."
Meryl Streep as Rabbi Isidor Chemelwitz, Hannah Pitt, the ghost of Ethel Rosenberg
Streep's performance is matched only by the scenery and Pollack's cinematography and direction in a story that builds as sure and subtly as Streep's accent.
Streep will be recording a 30-second and a 60-second spot.
What a privilege and an honour to work with you on @biglittlelies," Witherspoon wrote, alongside a beautiful throwback photo of Streep.
It requests that the name Meryl Streep be trademarked for "entertainment services," movie appearances, speaking engagements and autographs.
"I am honoured beyond measure by this nomination for a film I love, a film that stands in defence of press freedom, and inclusion of women's voices in the movement of history-," came Streep's subtle, yet fierce response to her Best Actress nomination for playing the audacious Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham who had the gumption to challenge a US presidency.
Instead of reminding everyone of her peerless achievements, however, Streep opted to 'forget' all that, and instead stepped up to a higher level-by using the global platform that the televised awards rites viewed by multimillions-to deliver a meaningful, cautionary message that went beyond the movies.
Meryl Streep is such a dedicated Democrat that she recently satirized Republican Donald Trump in a fat suit.