|Born||November 21st, 1945 |
Washington D.C., United States
|Productions||The Dean Martin Show |
The Duchess and the Dirtwater Fox as Amanda Quaid/Duchess Swansbury
Deceived as Adrienne Saunders
The First Wives Club as Annie Paradis
Everyone Says I Love You as Steffi Dandridge
The First Wives Club (film soundtrack)
Everyone Says I Love You (film soundtrack)
Goldie Hawn is an American actress.
Born in Washington D.C., Hawn was a ballet dancer from the age of three and made her stage debut in 1961, portraying Juliet. She would come to prominence on television in the comedy series Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In and later received an Academy Award for her appearance in Cactus Flower.
Whilst she would appear in contrasting works as comedies There's a Girl in My Soup and dramas such as The Girl from Petrovka, Hawn next received an Academy Award nomination for her titular lead in Private Benjamin. She would occasionally take breaks from acting for personal reasons, but returned in a number of successful comedies including Housesitter and The First Wives Club.
A singer onscreen as well as being the creator of several albums, Hawn first performed "Star!" on The Dean Martin Show and "Please Don't Touch Me Plums" in The Duchess and the Dirtwater Fox. In 1972, she released her debut album, entitled Goldie.
Hawn would later appear in the comedy film The First Wives Club and sang several times on the soundtrack, as well as performing a version of "I'm Thru With Love" in the musical Everyone Says I Love You.
- Please Don't Touch Me Plums (solo)
- Earth Angel (duet)
- You Don't Own Me (contains solo lines)
- Piece of My Heart (contains solo lines)
- Operation Hell Hath No Fury (contains solo lines)
- I'm Thru With Love (reprise)(duet)
- Star! (contains solo lines)
- My Blue Tears (solo)
- Wynken, Blynken And Nod (solo)
- Butterfly (solo)
- Uncle Pen (solo)
- The House Song (solo)
- I'll Be Your Baby Tonight (solo)
- Carey (solo)
- Cloudy Summer Afternoon (solo)
- Ring Bell (solo)
- I Wanna Woo You (solo)
- Pasadena (solo)
- Pitta Patta (solo)
- A Hard Day's Night (solo)