Mit drei Jahren soll Elizabeth Taylor vor der Queen getanzt haben, mit acht spielte sie die erste Filmrolle, mit zwölf hatte sie ihren ersten Film-Vertrag. Elizabeth Taylor, Geburtsname Dorothy Berry Cole (* 3. Juli in Reading, Berkshire; † November in Penn, Buckinghamshire), war eine britische. Elizabeth Taylors Hochzeitskleider: von weiß und traditionell für ihre erste Hochzeit bis hin zum zitronenfarbenen Valentino-Spitzenkleid.
Elizabeth Taylor heiratete 8 Mal – und das waren ihre spektakulären BrautkleiderMit drei Jahren soll Elizabeth Taylor vor der Queen getanzt haben, mit acht spielte sie die erste Filmrolle, mit zwölf hatte sie ihren ersten Film-Vertrag. Elizabeth Taylor, Geburtsname Dorothy Berry Cole (* 3. Juli in Reading, Berkshire; † November in Penn, Buckinghamshire), war eine britische. Elizabeth Taylor war zehn Mal verlobt, acht Mal verheiratet, sieben Mal geschieden – so kam es dazu, dass der Hollywoodstar gleich zehn.
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Staffel der Serie Gute Zeiten, und fr seine Tochter Kino Schneemann ist Elisabeth Taylor ein Fremder. - Biografie von Elizabeth TaylorIhre nächste interessante Rolle fand sie tatsächlich nicht bei MGM, sondern in der Warner -Produktion Gigantenfür die Regisseur George Stevens zunächst eigentlich Grace Kelly For Honor Standard Edition hatte. Diesmal Herz Und Seele sie ein Kleid mit ombrierten Farben der britischen Designerin Gina Fratini und türmte ihr Haar mit einer federgeschmückten Hochsteckfrisur Kein Ton Bei Youtube dem Kopf auf. Das Love Bracelet von Cartier Die Geschichte hinter Meghans Kult-Schmuck Manche Dschungelcamp Jens steigen zu Ikonen auf. Unglaubliche 33,19 Karat hat der riesige Diamant im Verlobungsring von Elizabeth Taylorder heute ihren Namen trägt. Dame Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, DBE, war eine US-amerikanisch-britische Schauspielerin. Sie erlangte Starruhm bereits als Kinderdarstellerin und später als Leading Lady des marktführenden Hollywood-Studios MGM, bei dem sie von 19unter. Dame Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, DBE (häufig auch „Liz“ Taylor; * Februar in Hampstead, London; † März in Los Angeles, Kalifornien), war. Elizabeth Taylor, Geburtsname Dorothy Berry Cole (* 3. Juli in Reading, Berkshire; † November in Penn, Buckinghamshire), war eine britische. Elizabeth Taylors Hochzeitskleider: von weiß und traditionell für ihre erste Hochzeit bis hin zum zitronenfarbenen Valentino-Spitzenkleid.
In all, Taylor has married eight times during her life, twice to actor Richard Burton. While her love life continued to make international headlines, Taylor continued to shine as an actress.
She delivered a riveting performance in the drama A Place in the Sun , and turned things up even more in with the film adaptation of the Edna Ferber novel, Giant, that co-starred James Dean.
Two years later, she sizzled on the big screen in the film adaptation of Tennessee Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.
The following year, she starred in another Williams classic, Suddenly Last Summer. Taylor earned her first Oscar, capturing the coveted Best Actress award for her role as a call girl in Butterfield 8 But Taylor's fame was also touched by tragedy and loss.
In , she became a young widow when her husband, pioneering film producer Mike Todd, was killed in a plane crash. After his death, Taylor became embroiled in one of the greatest Hollywood love scandals of the era when she began an affair with Todd's close friend, Eddie Fisher.
Fisher divorced Debbie Reynolds and married Taylor in The couple stayed married for five years until she left Fisher for Burton.
The public's obsession with Taylor's love life hit new heights with her marriage to Burton. The Taylor-Burton union was a fiery and passionate one.
They appeared onscreen together in the much-panned The V. The subsequent years proved to be an up-and-down affair for Taylor. There were more marriages, more divorces, health obstacles and a struggling film career, with movies that gained little traction with critics or the movie-going public.
Still, Taylor continued to act. Taylor considered her next performance as Maggie the Cat in the screen adaptation of the Tennessee Williams play Cat on a Hot Tin Roof a career "high point.
She had completed only two weeks of filming in March , when Todd was killed in a plane crash. During the production, Taylor's personal life drew more attention when she began an affair with singer Eddie Fisher , whose marriage to actress Debbie Reynolds had been idealized by the media as the union of "America's sweethearts".
Taylor's next film, Joseph L. Mankiewicz ' Suddenly, Last Summer , was another Tennessee Williams adaptation, and co-starred Montgomery Clift and Katharine Hepburn.
The strategy worked, as the film was a financial success. By , Taylor owed one more film for MGM, which it decided should be BUtterfield 8 , a drama about a high-class sex worker, in an adaptation of a John O'Hara novel.
After completing her MGM contract, Taylor starred in 20th Century-Fox 's Cleopatra According to film historian Alexander Doty, this historical epic made her more famous than ever before.
The studio publicly blamed Taylor for the production's troubles and unsuccessfully sued Burton and Taylor for allegedly damaging the film's commercial prospects with their behavior.
Taylor intended to follow Cleopatra by headlining an all-star cast in Fox's black comedy What a Way to Go! In the meantime, film producers were eager to profit from the scandal surrounding Taylor and Burton, and they next starred together in Anthony Asquith 's The V.
Released soon after Cleopatra , it became a box-office success. After completing The V. Their next project, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
In order to convincingly play year-old Martha, Taylor gained weight, wore a wig, and used make-up to make herself look older and tired — in stark contrast to her public image as a glamorous film star.
In , Taylor and Burton performed Doctor Faustus for a week in Oxford to benefit the Oxford University Dramatic Society ; he starred and she appeared in her first stage role as Helen of Troy , a part which required no speaking.
Taylor's third film released in , John Huston 's Reflections in a Golden Eye , was her first without Burton since Cleopatra. Based on a novel of the same name by Carson McCullers , it was a drama about a repressed gay military officer and his unfaithful wife.
It was originally slated to co-star Taylor's old friend Montgomery Clift, whose career had been in decline for several years due to his substance abuse problems.
Determined to secure his involvement in the project, Taylor even offered to pay for his insurance.
Taylor's career was in decline by the late s. She had gained weight, was nearing middle age, and did not fit in with New Hollywood stars such as Jane Fonda and Julie Christie.
The three films in which Taylor acted in were somewhat more successful. Zee and Co. She appeared with Burton in the adaptation of Dylan Thomas's Under Milk Wood ; although her role was small, the producers decided to give her top-billing to profit from her fame.
Although it was overall not successful,  : Taylor received some good reviews, with Vincent Canby of The New York Times writing that she has "a certain vulgar, ratty charm",  and Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times saying, "The spectacle of Elizabeth Taylor growing older and more beautiful continues to amaze the population".
Taylor and Burton's last film together was the Harlech Television film Divorce His, Divorce Hers , fittingly named as they divorced the following year.
Taylor took fewer roles after the mids, and focused on supporting the career of her sixth husband, Republican politician John Warner , a US senator.
In , she participated in the Soviet-American fantasy film The Blue Bird , a critical and box-office failure, and had a small role in the television film Victory at Entebbe In , she sang in the critically panned film adaptation of Stephen Sondheim 's musical A Little Night Music After a period of semi-retirement from films, Taylor starred in The Mirror Crack'd , adapted from an Agatha Christie mystery novel and featuring an ensemble cast of actors from the studio era, such as Angela Lansbury , Kim Novak , Rock Hudson, and Tony Curtis.
The production premiered in May , and had a sold-out six-month run despite mixed reviews. There's some acting in it, as well as some personal display.
Encouraged by the success of The Little Foxes , Taylor and producer Zev Buffman founded the Elizabeth Taylor Repertory Company. From the mids, Taylor acted mostly in television productions.
She made cameos in the soap operas Hotel and All My Children in , and played a brothel keeper in the historical mini-series North and South in DeMille Award in ,  and the Film Society of Lincoln Center 's Chaplin Award in Her few acting roles included characters in the animated series Captain Planet and the Planeteers and The Simpsons , ,  and cameos in four CBS series — The Nanny , Can't Hurry Love , Murphy Brown , and High Society — in one night in February to promote her new fragrance.
Her last theatrically released film was in the critically panned, but commercially successful, The Flintstones , in which she played Pearl Slaghoople in a brief supporting role.
I could take the fame I'd resented and tried to get away from for so many years — but you can never get away from it — and use it to do some good.
I wanted to retire, but the tabloids wouldn't let me. So, I thought: If you're going to screw me over, I'll use you. Taylor began her philanthropic efforts in by helping to organize and by hosting the first AIDS fundraiser to benefit the AIDS Project Los Angeles.
Michael Gottlieb founded the National AIDS Research Foundation after her friend and former co-star Rock Hudson announced that he was dying of the disease.
Mathilde Krim 's AIDS foundation to form the American Foundation for AIDS Research amfAR. Taylor testified before the Senate and House for the Ryan White Care Act in , , and Bush and Bill Clinton for lack of interest in combatting the disease.
Taylor was honored with several awards for her philanthropic work. She was made a Knight of the French Legion of Honour in , and received the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award in , the Screen Actors' Guild Lifetime Achievement Award for Humanitarian service in , the GLAAD Vanguard Award in , and the Presidential Citizens Medal in Taylor was the first celebrity to create her own collection of fragrances.
Throughout her adult years, Taylor's personal life, especially her eight marriages two to the same man , drew a large amount of media attention and public disapproval.
According to biographer Alexander Walker, "Whether she liked it or not Taylor was 18 when she married Conrad "Nicky" Hilton Jr.
Taylor married her second husband, British actor Michael Wilding — a man 20 years her senior — in a low-key ceremony at Caxton Hall in London on February 21, January 6, and Christopher Edward b.
February 27, Taylor married her third husband, theater and film producer Mike Todd , in Acapulco, Guerrero , Mexico , on February 2, August 6, While filming Cleopatra in Italy in , Taylor began an affair with her co-star, Welsh actor Richard Burton , although Burton was also married.
Rumors about the affair began to circulate in the press, and were confirmed by a paparazzi shot of them on a yacht in Ischia.
August 1, , a German orphan whose adoption process Taylor had begun while married to Fisher. Dubbed "Liz and Dick" by the media, Taylor and Burton starred together in 11 films, and led a jet-set lifestyle, spending millions on "furs, diamonds, paintings, designer clothes, travel, food, liquor, a yacht, and a jet".
From reports of massive spending [ All the men after Richard were really just company. After the divorce from Warner, Taylor dated actor Anthony Geary , and was engaged to Mexican lawyer Victor Luna in —,  : — and New York businessman Dennis Stein in I'll love you for ever.
He told her she would outlive him. Taylor was raised as a Christian Scientist, and converted to Judaism in I feel as if I have been a Jew all my life".
Following her conversion, Taylor became an active supporter of Jewish and Zionist causes. She also advocated for the right of Soviet Jews to emigrate to Israel , cancelled a visit to the USSR because of its condemnation of Israel due to the Six-Day War , and signed a letter protesting the United Nations General Assembly Resolution of Taylor is considered a fashion icon both for her film costumes and personal style.
Taylor collected jewelry through her life, and owned the Taylor lived at Nimes Road in the Bel Air district of Los Angeles from until her death in The art photographer Catherine Opie created an eponymous photographic study of the house in Taylor struggled with health problems for most of her life.
In addition, she was addicted to alcohol and prescription pain killers and tranquilizers. She was treated at the Betty Ford Center for seven weeks from December to January , becoming the first celebrity to openly admit herself to the clinic.
Taylor's health increasingly declined during the last two decades of her life, and she rarely attended public events after about The service was a private Jewish ceremony presided over by Rabbi Jerome Cutler.
At Taylor's request, the ceremony began 15 minutes behind schedule, as, according to her representative, "She even wanted to be late for her own funeral".
Taylor was one of the last stars of classical Hollywood cinema ,   and one of the first modern celebrities.
She was portrayed as different from "ordinary" people, and her public image was carefully crafted and controlled by MGM. Regardless of the acting awards she won during her career, Taylor's film performances were often overlooked by contemporary critics;   according to film historian Jeanine Basinger , "No actress ever had a more difficult job in getting critics to accept her onscreen as someone other than Elizabeth Taylor Her persona ate her alive.
Taylor has also been discussed by journalists and scholars interested in the role of women in Western society. Camille Paglia writes that Taylor was a "pre-feminist woman" who "wields the sexual power that feminism cannot explain and has tried to destroy.
Through stars like Taylor, we sense the world-disordering impact of legendary women like Delilah , Salome , and Helen of Troy.
Lord calls Taylor an "accidental feminist", stating that while she did not identify as a feminist, many of her films had feminist themes and "introduced a broad audience to feminist ideas".
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English-American actress, businesswoman, and humanitarian. The Taming of the Shrew. Also producer uncredited David di Donatello Award for Best Foreign Actress tied with Julie Christie for Doctor Zhivago Nominated— BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role.
Reflections in a Golden Eye. Doctor Faustus. The Comedians. Anne of the Thousand Days. The Only Game in Town.
Under Milk Wood. X,Y, and Zee aka Zee and Co. David di Donatello Award for Best Foreign Actress. Silver Bear for Best Actress .
Ash Wednesday. Nominated— Golden Globe Award for Best Actress — Motion Picture Drama. Identikit aka The Driver's Seat. That's Entertainment!
The Blue Bird. A Little Night Music. The Mirror Crack'd. Between Friends aka Nobody Makes Me Cry. Leon Fleisher Steve Martin Diana Ross Martin Scorsese Brian Wilson.
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Ruang nama Halaman Pembicaraan. Tampilan Baca Sunting Sunting sumber Versi terdahulu.Alternative Titles: Dame Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, Taylor, Liz Elizabeth Taylor, in full Dame Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, (born February 27, , London, England—died March 23, , Los Angeles, California, U.S.), American motion picture actress noted for her unique beauty and her portrayals of volatile and strong-willed characters. Dame Elizabeth "Liz" Rosemond Taylor DBE (February 27, – March 23, ) was a British-American actress.. The movies she starred in were, National Velvet, Father of the Bride, A Place in the Sun, Giant, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, and Suddenly, Last ganaemusic.com won the Academy Award for Best Actress for BUtterfield ganaemusic.com played the title role in Cleopatra, and married her costar Richard Burton. 1/2/ · Dame Elizabeth “Liz” Rosemond Taylor, popularly known as “Elizabeth Taylor,” was born February 27, , in London, England. Her father, Francis Lenn Taylor, was an art dealer, while her mother, Sara Sothern, was a stage actress. By birth, Liz had British-American citizenship as her both parents were American.