Elizabeth Alice MacGraw , better known as Ali MacGraw ( Pound Ridge , Westchester County , New York , April 1 , 1939 ), is an American actress and model .
With a father of Scottish and Irish descent and a Jewish -Hungarian mother, he has a brother. He began working in the 1960s as a photography assistant at Harper’s Bazaar fashion magazine , as an assistant to fashion expert Diana Vreeland at Vogue magazine , and as a model and stylist . She also worked as an interior decorator .
Ali MacGraw Net Worth
Married couples and child
On October 24, 1969 , she married film producer Robert Evans ; From this marriage was born her son, Josh Evans (January 16, 1971 in New York City), who is also an actor. The couple divorced in 1972 , after she began a relationship with Steve McQueen during the filming of The Getaway ( 1972 ). They were married on August 31, 1973 , but divorced in 1978 .
Her popularity began with the film Sexual Complicity ( 1969 ), but she rose to stardom with the 1970 film Love Story , opposite Ryan O’Neal , for which she was nominated for an Oscar for Best Actress . MacGraw was on the cover of Time magazine .
MacGraw worked on other films such as Convoy (1978), Passions at stake ( 1979 ), Tell Me What You Want ( 1980 ), and on the television miniseries China Rose and Tides of War . He wrote his autobiography, Moving Pictures , in which he describes his problems with alcohol and dependence on men. In 1991, People magazine chose Ali as one of the 50 most beautiful women in the world.
Awards and honors
- Oscar awards
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Daughter of artists Frances Klein and Richard MacGraw. She has a brother, Dick, also an artist. Her father was of Scottish origin and her maternal grandparents from Hungary. MacGraw’s mother was from a Jewish family.
He studied at Rosemary Hall (now Choate Rosemary Hall) in Wallingford, Connecticut, and at Wellesley College, Wellesley, Massachusetts, where he graduated in Art History.
She was a model, a contributor to Harper’s Bazaar magazine, and a photo assistant to fashion expert Diana Vreeland. She also worked as an interior decorator and makeup artist for studios.
Ali MacGraw began her acting career in television commercials and entered the world of cinema in the late 1960s.
He worked on the film Sexual Complicity (1969) with which he gained some popularity.
She unforgettable starred in the classic Love Story (1970), opposite Ryan O’Neal , and for which she earned an Oscar nomination for Best Actress and won a Golden Globe for Best Actress.
In 1972, MacGraw was voted the world’s highest-grossing female star.
She acted in other films such as Convoy (1978), Passions at stake (1979), Tell Me What You Want (1980), and in the television miniseries China Rose and Tides of War .
In 1991, she was chosen as one of the 50 most beautiful women in the world by People magazine. In 2008, GQ magazine included her in its edition of The 25 Sexiest Women in Cinema.
He wrote his autobiography, Moving Pictures (1991), where he narrated his problems with alcohol and sex.
couples and children
After college, she married Robin Hoen, but they divorced after a year and a half.
She married on October 24, 1969, with the actor and producer Robert Evans and they had a son; Josh Evans, also an actor. They divorced in 1972.
She was related to Steve McQueen during the filming of The Getaway (1972). She was married on August 31, 1973, and divorced in 1978.
She retired almost entirely from filmmaking after the death of her third husband, Steve McQueen.
Ali is mentioned in chapter 11 of season 11 of The Simpsons, Faith off , an episode known in Spain under the title of Face out .
She is also mentioned in the Rolling Stones theme song Star Star .