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Barbra Streisand

Barbra Streisand

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Born: April 24, 1942 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA Profession: Music ...
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1960:
Stage acting debut, "The Insect Comedy"
1960:
Achieved success as a singer at The Lion, a popular gay nightclub in Manhattan's Greenwich Village
1961:
First television appearance, "The Tonight Show" (NBC) with host Jack Paar
1961:
Made off-Broadway debut in the revue "Another Evening with Harry Stoones"
1962:
Made Broadway debut as the secretary Miss Marmelstein in "I Can Get It For You Wholesale"; received a Tony nomination
1962:
Put under contract by Columbia Records in October
1963:
Released first solo album <i>The Barbra Streisand Album</i>
1964:
Breakthrough stage role, played Fanny Brice in "Funny Girl"; received second Tony nomination
1966:
Made London stage debut reprising her Broadway success in "Funny Girl"
1968:
Made film debut in director William Wyler's adaptation of "Funny Girl"
1969:
Starred in the overblown film version of "Hello, Dolly!" directed by Gene Kelly
1972:
Formed Barwood Films; first Barwood-produced film, "Up the Sandbox"
1972:
Delivered a fine comic turn in "What's Up, Doc?"; first screen teaming with Ryan O'Neal
1973:
Appeared opposite Robert Redford in "The Way We Were"; also sang the theme song; earned a Best Actress Oscar nomination
1974:
Reprised role of Fanny Brice in the sequel "Funny Lady"
1976:
First film as executive producer, "A Star Is Born"; also starred and composed some of the songs
1979:
Produced first film "The Main Event"; re-teamed on screen with Ryan O'Neal
1983:
Made feature directorial and screenwriting (co-writer) debut with "Yentl"; also produced and played the title role of a woman who poses as a boy to study the Talmud
1985:
Returned to theatrical roots with <i>The Broadway Album</i>
1987:
Starred as an upper-class woman forced into prostitution and accused of murdering one of her clients in "Nuts"; also served as producer and composer
1991:
Directed Oscar-nominated Best Picture "The Prince of Tides"; also starred and served as a producer
1993:
Released second recording of theater music <i>Back to Broadway</i>
1993:
Received reported $12 million for two concerts in Las Vegas, NV
1994:
Headlined landmark multi-city concert tour; concerts were taped and aired first on HBO and in a slightly revised form on CBS
1995:
Executive produced Emmy-winning TV movie "Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story" (NBC)
1996:
Directed third film "The Mirror Has Two Faces"; also starred, produced, and contributed to the score
1999:
Headlined a "farewell" concert tour with concerts in Las Vegas on New Year's Eve 1999 and New Year's Day 2000; aired on Fox in 2001 as "Barbra Streisand ¿ Timeless"
2000:
Executive produced Showtime original movie "Frankie and Hazel"
2000:
Executive produced a series of PBS specials that aired under the umbrella title "The Living Century"
2001:
Served as executive producer of Lifetime lesbian-themed movie "What Makes a Family"
2001:
Executive produced Showtime original movie "Varian's War"
2003:
Received Grammy nomination for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for <i>The Movie Album</i>
2004:
Teamed with Dustin Hoffman to play Ben Stiller's parents in "Meet the Fockers"
2010:
Reprised role of Ben Stiller's mother Roz Focker in "Little Fockers"
2012:
Compiled previously unreleased tracks into the album <i>Release Me</i>
2012:
Co-starred with Seth Rogen as a mother-and-son duo driving cross-country in "The Guilt Trip"; also executive produced

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