Faye Dunaway filmography

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Dunaway in 1997

Faye Dunaway is an American actress who appeared in over seventy films, thirty television shows, thirteen plays and two music videos. Regarded as one of the greatest actresses of her generation, she was one of the leading actresses during the golden age of New Hollywood. After her film debut The Happening, she starred in the gangster film Bonnie and Clyde, in which she was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress. She starred with Steve McQueen in The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) . In 1969, she co-starred with Kirk Douglas in Elia Kazan's drama The Arrangement. The following year, she starred with Dustin Hoffman in Little Big Man. In 1970, her performance in Jerry Schatzberg's experimental drama Puzzle of a Downfall Child earned her a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama. She portrayed Milady de Winter in Richard Lester's The Three Musketeers (1973) and The Four Musketeers (1974).

In 1974, Dunaway starred in Roman Polanski's crime film Chinatown, in which she was nominated for the Academy Award, a Golden Globe and a BAFTA for her performance. That same year, she appeared in the all-star disaster epic The Towering Inferno. In 1975, her role in Sydney Pollack's political thriller Three Days of the Condor earned her a fourth Golden Globe nomination. Dunaway received the Academy Award for Best Actress and the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Motion Picture Drama for her performance in Sidney Lumet's satire Network (1976). She then starred in the thriller Eyes of Laura Mars (1978) and the drama The Champ (1979). Her controversial portrayal of Joan Crawford in the 1981 film Mommie Dearest became one of her most famous roles, but she later blamed the film for hurting her career.

She won a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film for her work in the miniseries Ellis Island (1985) and received critical acclaim for her performance in Barbet Schroeder's drama Barfly (1987), opposite Mickey Rourke. Her role in a 1993 episode of Columbo earned her a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series. She co-starred with Johnny Depp twice, in the surrealist comedy-drama Arizona Dream (1993) and the romantic comedy Don Juan DeMarco (1995). Her portrayal of Wilhelmina Cooper in the drama Gia (1998) with Angelina Jolie earned her a third Golden Globe Award, for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television. Dunaway also appeared in the James Gray-directed crime film The Yards (2000) and Roger Avary's satirical black comedy The Rules of Attraction (2002).

Dunaway started her acting career on Broadway and appeared in several plays throughout her career, including A Man for All Seasons (1961–63), After the Fall (1964), Hogan's Goat (1965–67) and A Streetcar Named Desire (1973). She was awarded the Sarah Siddons Award for her portrayal of opera singer Maria Callas in Master Class (1996). Dunaway also appeared in two music videos, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' Into the Great Wide Open in 1991 and Hill Zaini's I Heard in 2010.

Film[edit]

Year Title Role(s) Notes Ref(s)
1967 The Happening Sandy [1]
Hurry Sundown Lou McDowell [2]
Bonnie and Clyde Bonnie Parker [3]
1968 The Thomas Crown Affair Vicki Anderson [4]
A Place for Lovers Julia [5]
1969 The Extraordinary Seaman Jennifer Winslow [6]
The Arrangement Gwen [7]
1970 Little Big Man Mrs. Louise Pandrake [8]
Puzzle of a Downfall Child Lou Andreas Sand [9]
1971 The Deadly Trap Jill [10]
Doc Katie Elder [11]
1973 Oklahoma Crude Lena Doyle [12]
The Three Musketeers Milady de Winter [13]
1974 Chinatown Evelyn Cross Mulwray [14]
The Towering Inferno Susan Franklin [15]
The Four Musketeers Milady de Winter [16]
1975 Three Days of the Condor Kathy Hale [17]
1976 Voyage of the Damned Denise Kreisler [18]
Network Diana Christensen [19]
1978 Eyes of Laura Mars Laura Mars [20]
1979 The Champ Annie [21]
1980 The First Deadly Sin Barbara Delaney [22]
1981 Mommie Dearest Joan Crawford [23]
1983 The Wicked Lady Lady Barbara Skelton [24]
1984 Ordeal by Innocence Rachel Argyle [25]
Supergirl Selena [26]
1987 Barfly Wanda Wilcox [27]
1988 Midnight Crossing Helen Barton [28]
The Gamble Countess Matilda Von Wallenstein [29]
Burning Secret Mrs. Sonya Tuchman [30]
1989 Crystal or Ash, Fire or Wind, as Long as It's Love Mrs. Colbert [31]
Wait Until Spring, Bandini Mrs. Hildegarde [32]
1990 The Handmaid's Tale Serena Joy [33]
The Two Jakes Evelyn Mulwray Voice cameo [34]
1991 Scorchers Thais [35]
1992 Double Edge Faye Milano [36]
1993 Arizona Dream Elaine Stalker [37]
The Temp Charlene Towne [38]
1994 Don Juan DeMarco Marilyn Mickler [39]
1995 Drunks Becky [40]
1996 Dunston Checks In Elena Dubrow [41]
Albino Alligator Janet Boudreaux [42]
The Twilight of the Golds Phyllis Gold [43]
The Chamber Lee Cayhall Bowen [44]
1997 En brazos de la mujer madura Condesa [45]
1999 Love Lies Bleeding Josephine Butler [46]
The Thomas Crown Affair The Psychiatrist [47]
The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc Yolande of Aragon [48]
2000 The Yards Kitty Olchin [49]
Stanley's Gig Leila [50]
2001 The Yellow Bird Aurora Beavis Short film [51]
2002 Changing Hearts Betty Miller [52]
The Rules of Attraction Mrs. Eve Denton [53]
The Calling Mae West [54]
2003 Blind Horizon Mrs. K [55]
2004 Last Goodbye Sean Winston [56]
El Padrino Atty. Gen. Navarro [57]
Jennifer's Shadow Mary Ellen Cassi [58]
2005 Ghosts Never Sleep Kathleen Dolan [59]
2006 Love Hollywood Style God [60]
Rain Isabel Hudson [61]
Cut Off Marilyn Burton [62]
2007 Cougar Club Edith Birnbaum [63]
Say It in Russian Jacqueline de Rossy [64]
The Gene Generation Josephine Hayden [65]
2008 The Rage Madre [66]
Flick Lieutenant Annie McKenzie [67]
2009 The Magic Stone Filomena [68]
Balladyna Therapist [69]
21 and a Wake-Up Major Rose Thorn [70]
2014 Master Class[a] Maria Callas Unreleased
Also producer and writer
[71]
2017 The Bye Bye Man Widow Redmond [72]
The Case for Christ Dr. Roberta Waters [73]
Inconceivable Donna [74]
  1. ^ Unfinished film directed by Dunaway, shot between 2009 and 2014. It was announced in June 2014 that after nearly 20 years of owning the film rights, Dunaway had decided to withdraw from the project.

Television[edit]

Year Title Role(s) Notes Network Ref(s)
1965 Seaway Alexis Webster Episode: "34th Man" CBC [75]
1966 The Trials of O'Brien Myra Episode: "The 10 Foot, 6 Inch Pole" CBS [76]
1971 Great Performances Kathleen Stanton Episode: "Hogan's Goat" PBS [77]
The Woman I Love Wallis Simpson Television film ABC [78]
1976 The Disappearance of Aimee Aimee Semple McPherson Television film NBC [79]
1981 Evita Perón Eva Perón Television film NBC [80]
1982 The Country Girl Georgie Elgin Television film Showtime [81]
1984 Ellis Island Maud Charteris Television miniseries CBS [82]
1985 Christopher Columbus Isabella I of Castile Television miniseries CBS [83]
Thirteen at Dinner Jane Wilkinson / Carlotta Adams Television film CBS [84]
1986 Beverly Hills Madam Lil Hutton Television film NBC [85]
1987 Casanova Madame D'Urfe Television film CBS [86]
1989 Cold Sassy Tree Love Simpson Blakeslee Television film TNT [87]
1990 Silhouette Samantha Kimball Television film USA Network [88]
1993 It Had to Be You Laura Scofield 6 episodes CBS [89]
Columbo Lauren Staton Episode: "It's All in the Game" ABC [90]
1995 A Family Divided Karen Billingsley Television film NBC [91]
Road to Avonlea Countess Polenska Episode: "What a Tangled Web We Weave" Disney Channel [92]
1996 The People Next Door Ellen Morse Television film CBS [93]
1997 Rebecca Mrs. Van Hopper Television miniseries PBS [94]
1998 A Will of Their Own Margaret Sanger Television miniseries NBC [95]
Gia Wilhelmina Cooper Television film HBO [96]
2000 Running Mates Meg Gable Television film TNT [97]
2001 Touched by an Angel Dr. Rebecca Markham 2 episodes CBS [98]
Soul Food Katherine Burke Episode: "Tonight at Noon" Showtime [99]
2002 The Biographer Amanda Washington Television film CBS [100]
2002–03 Alias Ariana Kane 3 episodes ABC [101]
2004 Anonymous Rex Shin Television film Sci-Fi Channel [102]
Back When We Were Grownups Tina Television film CBS [103]
2006 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Lois O'Neill Episode: "Kiss-Kiss, Bye-Bye" CBS [104]
2007 Pandemic Gov. Shaefer Television miniseries Hallmark Channel [105]
2009 Grey's Anatomy Dr. Margaret Campbell Episode: "An Honest Mistake" ABC [106]
Midnight Bayou Odette Television film Lifetime [107]
2010 A Family Thanksgiving Gina Television film Hallmark Channel [108]
2016 Documentary Now! Faye Dunaway Episode: "Mr. Runner Up: My Life as an Oscar Bridesmaid, Part 1" IFC [109]
2017 Faye Dunaway: Live from the TCM Classic Film Festival Herself Documentary TCM [110]

Theatre[edit]

Year Title Role Venue Ref(s)
1961–63 A Man for All Seasons Margaret More August Wilson Theatre [111]
1964 But for Whom Charlie Faith Prosper Lincoln Center [112]
1964–65 After the Fall Nurse Lincoln Center [113]
1965 The Changeling Maid Lincoln Center [114]
Tartuffe Lincoln Center [114]
1965–67 Hogan's Goat Kathleen Stanton Off-Broadway [115]
1971 Candida Candida Summer theatre [116]
1972 Old Times Anna Mark Taper Forum [117]
1973 A Streetcar Named Desire Blanche DuBois Ahmanson Theatre [118]
1982 The Curse of an Aching Heart Frances Walsh Little Theatre [119]
1986 Circe and Bravo Circe Hampstead Theatre [120]
1996 Master Class Maria Callas U.S Tour [121]
2019 Tea at Five Katharine Hepburn Huntington Theatre Company [122]

Music video appearances[edit]

Year Song Artist(s) Album Role Ref(s)
1991 "Into the Great Wide Open" Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Into the Great Wide Open Eddie's manager [123]
2010 "I Heard" Hill Zaini Filling in the Pages Film director [124]

References[edit]

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