Blythe Danner( American actress, winner of numerous awards, including a television Emmy Award.)
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Biography Blythe Danner
Blythe Dener was born on February 3 1943 in Pennsylvania, in Philadelphia - in the family of Catherine and Harry Danner. Father of actress was a manager and worked in one of the executive. In Bly family brought two more sons, who were talented musicians and performers.
. At the time Blythe has received primary education and after - came in one of New York colleges, which has successfully graduated in the 1995th year.
. Blythe first appeared on stage in Boston's theater, and instantly gained recognition audience, and - attracted the attention of directors
. Until then, the actress has remained in the theater, she managed to play many roles. Her game an organic, brightness and professionalism.
At that time a considerable number of filmmakers interested in actors' abilities Blythe and repeatedly offered her a pretty good role. Danner first appeared in the film in the 1970th year.
Distinctive features of the actress had a hoarse voice and a special appearance. That's why Danner has played preferably female middle and upper class. In 1986, the actress took part in filming the comedy "Brighton Beach Memoirs', in which she performed the role of the heroine of a Jewish middle-aged. Some time later, Blythe has played in the film 'Inside the Third Reich', in which the character Danner became the wife of the famous German architect, minister of armaments in the Third Reich - Albert Speer.
. In 2000, Danner was involved in filming the movie 'Meet The Parents', in which she performed the role of the mother of the protagonist
. On set actress has collaborated with the maestro of cinema as Robert De Niro. Four years later, Blythe starred in the comedy continue - this time playing with such talented actors as Barbara Streisand and Dustin Hoffman.
. From 2004 to 2006-п+п¦ years worked as an actress in the television series 'Huff', again having pleased audience talented game.
. In 2006 to the year of Danner was awarded an honorary medal of Catherine Hebern.
. Currently Blythe continues to act in films and on TV, but also actively engaged in community and charitable activities.