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Barbara Stanwyck

Barbara Stanwyck

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Also Known As: Died: January 20, 1990
Born: July 16, 1907 Cause of Death: congestive heart failure
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Orphaned at the age of four and raised by older sister and other relatives
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Began working at as a fashion model at age 13, and was a Ziegfeld Girl by the age of 15
1926:
Broadway debut in the chorus of "The Noose"; co-starred with actors Rex Cherryman and Wilfred Lucas
1926:
First starring role on Broadway in "Burlesque"
1927:
First film appearance was a minor part in "Broadway Nights" (silent film)
1929:
Feature leading role debut in "The Locked Door"
1930:
Under joint contract with Columbia and Warner Bros. inspired by success of feature "Ladies of Leisure"
1931:
Appeared in a starring role in the feature "Illicit"
1935:
Was one of the first stars to go independent when her Warner Bros. contract expired
1937:
Won acclaim for her role in "Stella Dallas"; earned first Best Actress Academy Award nomination
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Returned to TV with "The Thorn Birds" (1983) and "Dynasty II: The Colbys"
1941:
Co-starred with Gary Cooper in "Ball of Fire"; earned second Best Actress Academy Award nomination
1941:
Most famous role was in "The Lady Eve," starring opposite Henry Fonda
1944:
Starred in the noir feature, "Double Indemnity"; received third Academy Award nomination for Best Actress
1948:
Played a spoiled, bedridden daughter of a millionaire in "Sorry, Wrong Number" earned fourth Best Actress Academy Award nomination
1954:
Appeared opposite Ronald Reagan in the western "Cattle Queen of Montana"
1957:
Last starring role in a feature for five years, "Forty Guns"
1957:
Cast in a recurring role on the NBC TV series, "Wagon Train"
1960:
Hosted her own show, "The Barbara Stanwyck Show" (NBC); earned the star her first Emmy Award
1962:
Returned to features in "Walk on the Wild Side"
1964:
Acted in her last feature film "The Night Walker"
1965:
Cast as head of a frontier family in the Western series "The Big Valley" (ABC)
1983:
Gave an Emmy Award-winning performance in the ABC mini-series, "The Thorn Birds"
1985:
Made three guest appearances on the hit primetime soap opera "Dynasty" (ABC) as Constance Colby Patterson
1985:
Reprised the role of Constance Colby Patterson on the first season of the spin-off series "The Colbys" (ABC)

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