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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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Weinstein's attorneys cited Streep as having previously said that Weinstein wasn't inappropriate with her and cited Lawrence as having told Oprah Winfrey that Weinstein "had always been nice" to her.
Weinstein acknowledges the valuable input both Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lawrence have contributed to this conversation and apologizes," a spokesperson for the 65-year-old said in a statement Thursday, according to E
Initially, the producers teased Moriarty for becoming "so Hollywood," but they also told her that it is not impossible because Nicole Kidman and Streep are friends.
As the #MeToo movement took hold in Hollywood last October in wake of producer Harvey Weinstein's fall from grace, Streep stepped up to lend her voice to the growing tales of harassment, baring details of her own abuse at the Committee to Protect Journalists 27th Annual International Press Freedom Awards in New York City last November.
Issuing a statement through her publicist Leslee Dart sent to The Huffington Post, the three-time Academy Award-winning Streep said that she was hurt to be attacked by McGowan, who called her a hypocrite in a now-deleted tweet.
Despite their differences, Shepard and Streep both grew up as straight arrows, only to discover, as artists will, that the roles they accepted early in life were a far cry from their authentic selves.
I really am," Streep, 67, told US magazine Variety in response to Eastwood's comments.
Streep gives a performance of grandly neurotic eccentricity.
Florence Foster Jenkins tells the story of the life of New York heiress Florence, played by Meryl Streep, who dreamed of being a singing sensation despite having a terrible voice.
During a panel discussion at New York's Women In The World Summit, Streep summed up the main reason Hollywood remains so reluctant to tell women's stories is the assumption that while women can identify with both female and male characters, men can only identify with other men.
The sparkling on-screen chemistry between the characters, including a star turn from Steve Martin as a lovelorn architect who also has designs on Streep, adds polish to the familiar material.
Anatomy of An Actor: Meryl Streep is one of the most famous actors in American and world history, holding the record for the most Academy Award nominations and winning an Oscar for best actress twice.