It can be hard to know where to start writing about someone when you admire them so much. So I'll just dive in: I think the world of actress and author Candis Cayne. When I moved to New York City for college, her performances were the stuff of legends among my theater major roommates. Her name always seemed to be in the air and it was always mentioned with deep reverence and admiration. But it wasn't until her appearance on I Am Cait that I got to learn more about her personal and political…
~Vivien Leigh, Lady Olivier was a British stage and film actress. She won two Best Actress Academy Awards for her performances as "southern belles": Scarlett O'Hara in Gone with the Wind and Blanche DuBois in the film version of A Streetcar Named Desire, a role she had also played on …~ en.wikipedia.org
Here's the thing, those personas were basically wholly different people - it was difficult to see Eurus in the others even after we knew. Playing different characters is an actor's JOB, and I don't think she ingeniously linked them together or anything. I might be being unfair, though. She was a good actor, but it might've been spoiled a little by my utter hatred of the last episode.
Ava Gardner (a lasting impression: The Killers, Pandora and the Flying Dutchman, Show Boat, The Snows of Kilimanjaro, Mogambo, The Barefoot Contessa, Bhowani Junction, On the Beach, The Night of the Iguana)
Brooklynite Rita Hayworth was born 10/17/1918 in Brooklyn NY with the name Margarita Carmen Cansino. The dancer & film actress achieved fame during the 1940's as one of the era's top stars. She appeared in a total of 61 films in over 37 years. She is listed by the American Film Institute as one of the 100 Greatest Stars of All Time.