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Lyz, unforgettable!!

Lyz, unforgettable!! - elizabeth taylor, people, actress, woman, cleopatra
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Died March 23/2011
We will miss her!!!
R.I.P.
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Born: 27 February 1932
•Birthplace: London, England
•Best Known As: The much-married star of Cleopatra
One of the great Hollywood stars of the 20th century, Elizabeth Taylor has had three fairly distinct career personas: as the winsome child star of movies like National Velvet (1944); as a fiery prima donna, the acknowledged "world's most beautiful woman" and star of movies like Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (195 and Butterfield 8 (1960); and as an older Hollywood grande dame, tabloid favorite, and friend to pop stars like Elton John and Michael Jackson. Her tempestuous marriage to Welsh actor Richard Burton made them Hollywood's reigning couple in the 1960s: they starred together as lovers in Cleopatra (1963, with Taylor as Cleopatra and Burton as Marc Antony) and then played battling spouses in the 1966 film Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Taylor had seven husbands and eight marriages in all: hotelier Nicky Hilton (1950-51, divorced), actor Michael Wilding (1952-57, divorced), producer Mike Todd (1957 until his 1958 death in a plane crash), singer Eddie Fisher (1959-64, divorced), actor Richard Burton (1964-74, divorced), Burton again (1975-76, divorced again), politician John Warner (1976-82, divorced), and construction worker Larry Fortensky (1991-96, divorced). Taylor won best actress Oscars for Butterfield 8 and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf. She was made a Dame Commander of the British Empire (DBE) in 2000 by Queen Elizabeth II.

Taylor was the first actress to earn a million dollars for one film, for 1963's Cleopatra.

margarita8as Uploaded by margarita8as on . Lyz, unforgettable!! - Desktop Nexus People Download free wallpapers and background images: Lyz, unforgettable!!. Desktop Nexus People background ID 621989. Died March 23/2011
We will miss her!!!
R.I.P.
********
Born: 27 February 1932
•Birthplace: London, England
•Best Known As: The much-married star of Cleopatra
One of the great Hollywood stars of the 20th century, Elizabeth Taylor has had three fairly distinct career personas: as the winsome child star of movies like National Velvet (1944); as a fiery prima donna, the acknowledged "world's most beautiful woman" and star of movies like Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (195 and Butterfield 8 (1960); and as an older Hollywood grande dame, tabloid favorite, and friend to pop stars like Elton John and Michael Jackson. Her tempestuous marriage to Welsh actor Richard Burton made them Hollywood's reigning couple in the 1960s: they starred together as lovers in Cleopatra (1963, with Taylor as Cleopatra and Burton as Marc Antony) and then played battling spouses in the 1966 film Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Taylor had seven husbands and eight marriages in all: hotelier Nicky Hilton (1950-51, divorced), actor Michael Wilding (1952-57, divorced), producer Mike Todd (1957 until his 1958 death in a plane crash), singer Eddie Fisher (1959-64, divorced), actor Richard Burton (1964-74, divorced), Burton again (1975-76, divorced again), politician John Warner (1976-82, divorced), and construction worker Larry Fortensky (1991-96, divorced). Taylor won best actress Oscars for Butterfield 8 and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf. She was made a Dame Commander of the British Empire (DBE) in 2000 by Queen Elizabeth II.

Taylor was the first actress to earn a million dollars for one film, for 1963's Cleopatra.

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Pattycake71
Posted by Pattycake71 on 06/11/11 at 05:17 PM
I wholeheartedly agree with everything you said, twinklyfl1. Elizabeth Taylor was truly the last star. Her death signaled the end of the golden age of Hollywood. We will surely never see the likes of her again. Thank god we can remember her by the work she left behind, as well as the legacy of her great beauty in photographs and films.
twinkyfl1
Posted by twinkyfl1 on 03/24/11 at 03:11 AM
ELIZABETH TAYLOR DIED ON 03/23/11, AT AGE 79, and for a brief moment the world stopped turning, while I thought of this legendary beauty, who was gutsy, whose passion for life was well known, her love of ALL animals was extraordinary. I saw almost every film she made, and loved them all. While her outer beauty faded in old age as it always does, her inner beauty shone through like like a candle in the dark. She was one of the first of famous celebrities who was active in Gay and lesbian rights, and raised untold money for Aides. She never missed a chance to speak out for those causes. I wept when I thought of how much I will miss her, as will millions of others. She left a light behind her that will always shine in her memory. An eternal light that will live on in our hearts. Farewell Elizabeth.
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Date Uploaded: March 23, 2011
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