April 20, 1949 (74)
Jessica Lange is a multi-talented artist who has made a significant impact in the entertainment industry over the past four decades. As an actress, she has won numerous awards and nominations for her performances in film, television, and on stage. She has also worked alongside many other accomplished actors, directors, and writers throughout her career.
Lange’s impressive filmography includes roles in critically acclaimed movies such as “Tootsie,” “Frances,” “Sweet Dreams,” “Blue Sky,” and “Big Fish.” Her performances have earned her two Academy Awards, three Emmy Awards, five Golden Globe Awards, a Screen Actors Guild Award, and a Tony Award nomination.
In addition to her work as an actress, Lange has also collaborated with other artists in various capacities. She has worked with renowned directors such as Martin Scorsese, Sydney Pollack, and Tim Burton, as well as actors like Dustin Hoffman, Sam Shepard, and Jack Nicholson. Lange has also ventured into producing and directing, with credits including the TV movie “Grey Gardens” and the documentary “Journey to Normandy.”
Lange is also an advocate for animal welfare. She has been a spokesperson for the Humane Society of the United States and has spoken out against animal cruelty and the fur trade. She has also been involved in animal rescue efforts and is a supporter of animal shelters and adoption programs.