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Housesitter... Steve Martin and Goldie Hawn star in this hilarious romantic comedy about the... more info $9.99was $9.99 Buy Now

Private... Goldie Hawn stars in "Private Benjamin" (1980) and "Protocol" (1984), two... more info $14.98was $14.98 Buy Now

The Duchess... It's rustlers vs. hustlers as a dance-hall girl and a card shark make their way... more info $9.98was $9.98 Buy Now

Wildcats DVD ... You've never seen a coach like this before. Goldie Hawn is at her comedic best... more info $5.99was $12.98 Buy Now

Butterflies... Adapted from the hit Broadway play, Edward Albert plays a young man who has been... more info $9.98was $9.98 Buy Now

Death Becomes... Meryl Streep, Bruce Willis and Goldie Hawn star in this special effects laden... more info $9.99was $9.99 Buy Now

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Born: November 21, 1945 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Washington, Washington D.C., USA Profession: Cast ...
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MILESTONES

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Grew up in Tacoma Park, Maryland
1948:
Began taking ballet and tap dance lessons at age three (date approximate)
1955:
Danced in chorus of the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo production of "The Nutcracker" at age ten (date approximate)
1961:
Stage debut at age 16, playing Juliet in a Virginia Stage Company production of "Romeo and Juliet" in Williamsburg, Virginia (date approximate)
1962:
Ran her own ballet school by age 17; also instructed (date approximate)
1963:
Dropped out of college at age 18 (date approximate)
1964:
Professional dancing debut in "Can-Can" at the Texas Pavilion of the New York World's Fair
1965:
Began working as a professional dancer, including being a go-go dancer in NYC
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Performed as a singer/dancer in NY revivals of "Guys and Dolls" and "Kiss Me, Kate"
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Worked as dancer in Puerto Rico, Las Vegas and Los Angeles
1967:
Landed a job dancing in the chorus on an Andy Griffith TV special; signed to an agency after an agent saw her work
1967:
TV series debut, played the gossiping neighbor Sandy on CBS sitcom, "Good Morning, World"
1968:
Billed as Goldy Jeanne Hawn, made film debut as dancer playing "Giggly Girl", a bit part in the Disney period family musical "The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band"; met future companion Kurt Russell, then a juvenile lead
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Gained fame and two Emmy nods as a featured comedienne on NBC's "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In"
1969:
Breakthrough feature role, played kooky Greenwich Village salesgirl Toni Simmons opposite Walter Matthau in "Cactus Flower"; won Oscar for Best Supporting Actress
1970:
Hosted first TV special, "Pure Goldie", on NBC
1971:
First non-comedy role, co-starred with Warren Beatty in "$", a caper film
1974:
Gave her strongest dramatic performance as a delinquent mother trying to retrieve her child in Steven Spielberg's feature directorial bow, "The Sugarland Express"
1976:
Served as Master of Ceremonies for "The 48th Annual Academy Awards Presentation"
1978:
Hosted "The Goldie Hawn Special" on CBS
1980:
Made the first of nine (as of 1996) visits to India
1980:
Co-founded Hawn-Mayers-Shyer-Miller Productions
1980:
Co-hosted CBS variety special "Goldie and Liza Together" with Liza Minnelli
1980:
Feature producing debut, executive produced "Private Benjamin" (also starred); nominated for Best Actress Oscar
1982:
TV producing debut, "Goldie and Kids. . . Listen to Us", an ABC variety special (also hosted and performed songs)
1984:
Co-founded the Hawn-Sylbert Company with Anthea Sylbert
1987:
Served as a host on "The 59th Annual Academy Awards Presentation"
1989:
Signed a seven-year, seven-picture acting and producing deal with Disney's Hollywood Pictures production entity
1990:
Co-starred on the ABC variety special "An Evening With Bette, Cher, Goldie, Meryl, Olivia, Lily and Robin", a benefit for "Mothers and Others for a Livable Planet"
1992:
Replaced Meg Ryan as star of "Housesitter" opposite Steve Martin
1992:
Last film appearance for four years, Robert Zemeckis' "Death Becomes Her"
1995:
Dissolved partnership with Anthea Sylbert
1995:
Left CAA and signed with ICM; formed producing partnership with Teri Schwartz
1995:
Executive produced "Something to Talk About", a romantic comedy-drama vehicle for Julia Roberts co-starring Dennis Quaid, Robert Duvall, Gena Rowlands and Kyra Sedgwick
1996:
Played herself in the PBS documentary special "In the Wild: The Elephants of India With Goldie Hawn"
1996:
Staged a successful "comeback" with Bette Midler and Diane Keaton in the hit comedy "The First Wives Club"
1997:
Directorial debut, the TNT TV-movie "Hope"
1999:
Reteamed with Steve Martin for a remake of "The Out-of-Towners"
2001:
Starred alongside Diane Keaton and Warren Beatty in the long-aborning "Town & Country"
2001:
Served as an executive producer of the ABC movie "When Billie Beat Bobby"
2002:
Was executive producer of "The Matthew Shepard Story" (NBC)
2002:
Teamed with Susan Sarandon for the big screen comedy "The Banger Sisters"; received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Comedy/Musical

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