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Michelle Pfeiffer

Actress
Date of birth : 04/29/1958
City of birth : Santa Ana, California, USA

“For me, getting comfortable with being famous was hard - that whole side of it, the loss of anonymity, the loss of privacy. Giving up that part of your life and not having control of it.” An American actress known for her beauty and acting versatility, her ability to choose challenging roles throughout her more than 40-year career has led her to become a critically and popularly acclaimed celebrity. Pfeiffer began her acting career with a few television roles and small film performances, securing her first starring role in the unsuccessful sequel " Grease 2" (1982). Her role as Elvira Hancock in "Scarface" (1983) alongside Al Pacino catapulted her to success and after she participated in "The Witches of Eastwick" (1987), she became one of the highest-grossing actresses in Hollywood. Her portrayal of Angela de Marco in "Married to the Mob" (1988) earned her a Golden Globe nomination for "Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical" and she received two consecutive Oscar nominations for "Best Actress" and "Best Supporting Actress" for her performance in "Dangerous Liaisons" (1988) and "The Fabulous Baker Boys" (1989) respectively. In 1992, Michelle was cast as Catwoman in "Batman Returns," one of her most notable roles. She subsequently appeared in notable films such as "The Age of Innocence" (1993), "Dangerous Minds" (1995), "What Lies Beneath" (2000), "Hairspray" (2007), and "Dark Shadows" (2012), taking several breaks during the last two decades. Pfeiffer is widely recognized as one of the best actresses of her generation, having ventured into various genres within her repertoire, such as period films, romance, fantasy, musicals, comedy, and drama.

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Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy

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Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television

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