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  1. http://www.whosdatedwho.com/ctn_12881283/montgomery-clift-life-magazine-united-states-6-december-1948/tpx_31760 http://www.whosdatedwho.com/ctn_13114793/montgomery-clift-movieland-magazine-united-states-august-1949/tpx_31760
  2. Al Pacino 1. Height 5' 7" (1.70 m) 2. Turned down the role of Ted Kramer in Kramer vs. Kramer (1979). Turned down Born on the Fourth of July (1989). Turned down Apocalypse Now (1979). Turned down the role of Han Solo in Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977). Turned down Pretty Woman (1990). Turned down Crimson Tide (1995). 3. Was frequently refered to as "that midget Pacino" by producers of The Godfather (1972) who didn't want him for the part of Michael Corleone 4. One of the few Hollywood stars who has never married. 5. Is an avid fan of ope
  3. Farley Granger 1. Height 6' 1" (1.85 m) 2. One of the last of Samuel Goldwyn's contract players. 3. Scored in short-lived comeback on Broadway in Ira Levin's "Deathtrap" in 1980. 4. His longtime partner (since 1963), Robert Calhoun, collaborated with Farley on his 2007 memoir "Include Me Out: My Life from Goldwyn to Broadway". 5. On the audio commentary for They Live by Night (1949), he says that Alfred Hitchcock and Nicholas Ray were the best directors he ever worked with. In addition, his two favorite films of his own are Hitchcock's Strangers on a Train (1951) and
  4. Diane Keaton 1. Height 5' 6?" (1.69 m) 2. 1995: Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the "100 Sexiest Stars in Film History" (#46). 3. Has never married 4. Was part of the original cast of the Broadway musical "Hair" (1968). 5. Was nominated for Broadway's 1969 Tony Award as Best Supporting or Featured Actress (Dramatic) for "Play It Again, Sam," a performance she recreated in the film version with the same title, Play It Again, Sam (1972). 6. Woody Allen wrote her starring vehicle, Annie Hall (1977), with her in mind. Her real name is Diane Hall and her nickname
  5. Robert Downey Jr. 1. Height 5' 8?" (1.74 m) 2. Known for not being especially humble 3. Names Peter O'Toole as his favorite actor. 4. Claims that his father is the one who introduced him to drugs, by offering him a marijuana joint when he was 8. 5. In a symbolic attempt to bury his decadent 1980s Brat Pack image and begin a new phase of his life and career after filming Chaplin (1992) in 1991, he (literally) buried the clothes that he wore in 1987's Less Than Zero (1987) in the backyard of his house. 6. Childhood friend of Richard Hall aka Moby. 7. Ranked #60
  6. Sissy Spacek 1. Height 5' 2" (1.57 m) 2. Actual name: Mary Elizabeth Spacek ; "Sissy" was a nickname that her brothers used to call her when she was growing up, and it stayed with her. 3. Not only did she win an Oscar for her performance in Coal Miner's Daughter (1980), but she was nominated for a Grammy for her rendition of the title song in the category Best Country Vocal Performance, Female. 4. Was the first choice to play the daughter in Terms of Endearment (1983). 5. Was Homecoming Queen of her Senior Class in High School. 6. Decided to skip college after he
  7. Cate Blanchett 1. Height 5' 8?" (1.74 m) 2. 1993: She was the first person to win the Sydney Theatre Critic's Circle Theatre award for Best Newcomer (for her role in "Kafka Dances"), and Best Lead Actress (for her role in David Mamet's Oleanna, with the Sydney Theatre Company, opposite Shine (1996) star Geoffrey Rush)in the same year. 3. In an interview she gave to Fox Television Network, she admitted blushingly that she had accepted the role of Galadriel, the Elf Queen, in The Lord of the Rings trilogy because she always wanted to appear in a movie wearing pointed ears.
  8. Montgomery Clift 1. Height 5' 10" (1.78 m) 2. 1995: Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history (#29). 3. The release of Red River (1948) made him an overnight sensation and instant star. He embodied a new type of man on screen, the beautiful, sensual and vulnerable man that seemed to appeal to women and men alike. After A Place in the Sun (1951) came out he was Hollywood's hottest male star and adored by millions. He looked incredible and was a fine actor, a rare combination. His only rival in this regard during the next few years was Marlon Br
  9. Meryl Streep 1. Height 5' 6" (1.68 m) 2. Learned to play the violin, by practicing 6 hours a day for 8 weeks, for her role in Music of the Heart (1999). 3. Has a fear of helicopters. 4. She left her just-claimed Oscar for Kramer vs. Kramer (1979) on the back of a toilet during the 1979 festivities. 5. Tennessee Williams wanted her for a film version of "A Streetcar Named Desire" in the 1980s. When Streep proved unavailable, the project was refashioned for television and the role of Blanche given to Ann-Margret. 6. According to Katharine Hepburn's official biograp
  10. Clive Owen 1. Height 6' 2?" (1.89 m) 2. Is a huge David Bowie fan and has called singer "the biggest musical influence on my life." He says, "I don't know why, but no one else has ever had such an effect on me. I didn't have most of his work. I had everything." In the 1970s, when Bowie was changing his appearance and style with every album, Owen would re-dye his hair whatever color Bowie's was at the time. 3. Admitted in a Newsweek interview to promote The International (2009/I) that he has considered submitting false trivia about himself ("I once talked to someone about pu
  11. Kate Winslet 1. Height 5' 6?" (1.69 m) 2. Won Best Spoken Word Album for Children, Grammy Awards, shared with Graham Greene. [2000] 3. The youngest actress ever to be nominated for two Academy Awards (for Sense and Sensibility (1995) and Titanic (1997)) (Aged 20 and 22 respectively). [1998] 4. She holds a unique position in Academy Awards history: Only twice have two actresses been nominated for playing the same character in the same film. The first two were Gloria Stuart and Kate in Titanic (1997). The second two were Judi Dench and Kate in Iris (2001/I). 5. Was con
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