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Barbra Streisand

DOB: April 24, 1942


Academy Awards: Wins - Best Actress ("Funny Girl," 1968); Best Original Song ("A Star is Born," 1976)

Best Picture Nomination
"The Prince of Tides" (1991); lost to "The Silence of the Lambs"

Best Actress Nomination
"The Way We Were" (1973); lost to Glenda Jackson ("A Touch of Class")

Best Original Song Nomination
"The Mirror Has Two Faces" ("I've Finally Found Someone" - 1996); lost to Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice ("Evita" - "You Must Love Me")

Emmy Awards: Wins - Best Variety Performance ("Timeless: Live in Concert," 2001); Best Variety Performance ("Barbra: The Concert," 1995); Best Variety Special ("Barbra: The Concert," 1995); Best Individual Achievement in Entertainment ("My Name is Barbra," 1965)

Best TV Movie Nomination
"Serving in Silence" (1995); lost to "Indictment: The McMartin Trial"

Best Variety Special Nominations
"Barbra Streisand and Other Musical Instruments" (1974); lost to "Lily"
"A Happening in Central Park" (1969); lost to "The Bill Cosby Special"

Best Variety Performance Nomination
"The Judy Garland Show" (1964); lost to Danny Kaye ("The Danny Kaye Show")

Best Variety Directing Nomination
"Barbra: The Concert" (1995); lost to Jeff Margolis ("67th Annual Academy Awards")

Grammy Awards: Wins - Best Female Pop Vocal ("The Broadway Album," 1986); Best Pop Duo/Group ("Guilty," 1980); Song of the Year ("Evergreen," 1977); Best Female Pop Vocal ("Evergreen," 1977); Best Female Vocal ("My Name is Barbra," 1965); Best Female Vocal ("People," 1964); Album of the Year ("The Barbra Streisand Album," 1963); Best Female Vocal ("The Barbra Streisand Album," 1963)

Tony Awards:

Best Actress in a Musical Nomination
"Funny Girl" (1964); lost to Carol Channing ("Hello, Dolly!")

Best Featured Actress in a Musical Nomination
"I Can Get it for You Wholesale" (1962); lost to Phyllis Newman ("Subways Are for Sleeping")

Golden Globes: Wins - Best Film Director ("Yentl," 1984); Best Film Comedy/Musical Actress ("A Star is Born," 1977); Best Film Comedy/Musical Actress ("Funny Girl," 1969); Best Film Original Song ("A Star is Born," 1977); Best World Film Favorite (1978); Best World Film Favorite (1975); Best World Film Favorite (1971); Best World Film Favorite (1970); Best World Film Favorite (1969); Cecil B. DeMille Award

Best Film Drama Actress Nomination
"Nuts" (1988); lost to Sally Kirkland ("Anna")
"The Way We Were" (1974); lost to Marsha Mason ("Cinderella Liberty")

Best Film Comedy/Musical Actress Nominations
"The Mirror Has Two Faces" (1997); lost to Madonna ("Evita")
"Yentl" (1984); lost to Julie Waters ("Educating Rita")
"Funny Lady" (1976); lost to Ann-Margret ("Tommy")
"The Owl and the Pussycat" (1971); lost to Carrie Snodgress ("Diary of a Mad Housewife")
"Hello, Dolly!" (1970); lost to Patty Duke ("Me, Natalie")

Best Film Director Nomination
"The Prince of Tides" (1992); lost to Oliver Stone ("JFK")

Best Film Original Song Nomination
"The Mirror Has Two Faces" (1997); lost to Tim Rice, Andrew Lloyd Webber ("Evita")

 

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