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|Born:||November 24, 1930||Cause of Death:|
|Birth Place:||Paris, FR||Profession:||Costume-Wardrobe ...|
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Worked as a travel agent
At age 30, decided to pursue a career as a theatrical costume designer
First Broadway credit, "Generation"
First feature as costume designer, "The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter"
Recreated stage designs for the film version of "Little Murders"
Created the costumes for both the stage and film version of "The Trial of the Catonsville Nine"
First collaboration with Paul Mazursky, "Harry and Tonto"
Initial screen collaboration with Bob Fosse, "Lenny"
Sole TV credit, designed costumes for the "Hallmark Hall of Fame" production of "Beauty and the Beast"; earned an Emmy nomination
Designed the 1950s fashions for "Grease"
Won first Academy Award for Bob Fosse's "All That Jazz"
Dressed Meryl Streep in both "Still of the Night" and "Sophie's Choice"; earned second Academy Award nomination for the latter
Received third Academy Award nomination for "The Journey of Natty Gann"
Designed clothing for two Susan Seidelman films, "Cookie" and "She-Devil"; the latter co-starring Meryl Streep
Won second Academy Award for the Barry Levinson directed, "Bugsy"
Again collaborated with Barry Levinson for "Toys"; earned fifth Academy Award nomination
First collaboration with director Jon Avnet, "Up Close and Personal"
Created the costumes for two films starring Richard Gere, "Red Corner" (directed by Jon Avnet) and "The Jackal" (directed by Michael Caton-Jones)
Was the costume designer for "Galaxy Quest"
Designed costumes for the Sam Mendes directed, "Road to Perdition"
Again collaborated with Mendes for "Jarhead"
Designed costumes for Julie Taymor's "Across the Universe"; earned sixth Academy Award nomination
Again collaborated with Sam Mendes, to design the costumes for "Revolutionary Road"; earned seventh Academy Award nomination
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