The movie star, 63, writes about her ups and downs in Hollywood in her new memoir, "The Beauty of Living Twice."
Terry O'Neill, the British photographer known for his famous shots of celebrities in the '60s and '70s and his marriage to Faye Dunaway, has died after a bout with cancer. He was 81. O'Neill's agency told the BBC that he had prostate cancer and died at home on Saturday night after a long illness. O'Neill […]
The Academy Award winner is once again in hot water amid the unfolding disaster of her busted Broadway bow in "Tea at Five."
Faye Dunaway has been fired from the Broadway-bound “Tea at Five,” a one-woman show about Katharine Hepburn, amid a New York Post report of physical and verbal abuse of crew members during a recent run of the show at Boston’s Huntington Theatre.“The producers of ‘Tea at Five’ announced today that they have terminated their relationship with Faye Dunaway,” a rep for producer Ben Feldman said in a statement. “Plans are in development for the play to have its West End debut early next year with a new actress to play the role of Katharine Hepburn.”The show’s rep declined to elaborate on reasons for the termination but sources on the production told the Post that the Oscar-winning actress slapped crew members and threw things at them, frequently arrived late to rehearsals and used an earpiece for lines and blocking because she had not memorized the script.According to the Post, the July 10 performance was canceled just before it was set to begin because the actress had slapped a crew member.Also Read: Faye Dunaway to Return to Broadway as Katharine HepburnA rep for Dunaway did not immediately respond to a request for comment.John Tillinger was directing the production based on Matthew Lombardo’s revised script for the show, which would have marked the star’s first appearance on Broadway since 1982. The 2002 play was first performed by “Star Trek: Voyager” actress Kate Mulgrew.In 1968, Dunaway famously lost her first chance at an Academy Award to Hepburn, who won for “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?” Dunaway, who had been nominated for “Bonnie and Clyde,” won Best Actress nine years later for “Network.”Read original story Faye Dunaway ‘Terminated’ From Broadway-Bound Play ‘Tea at Five’ At TheWrap
Sources confirmed the duo will give it another try on Sunday, this time with much more attention to the handling of the envelope.
Faye Dunaway, left, and Warren Beatty present the award for best picture at the Oscars on Sunday, Feb. 26, 2017, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. Faye Dunaway is finally speaking out about her role in #EnvelopeGate, two months after the now-infamous 89th Academy Awards best picture gaffe. The Oscar-winning Network actress sat down with anchor Lester Holt on NBC Nightly News Monday, recounting the moments leading up to the mistake.
The actress appeared on “NBC Nightly News”; with Lester Holt, where she spoke out for the first time about the snafu.
The Best Picture mistake heard round the world was just one of many memorable moments from the 89th Academy Awards. In one of the most shocking moments in the history of the Oscars, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway incorrectly announced La La Land as the Best Picture winner. It’s easy to see now that there was a problem as Beatty fumbled with the envelope and delayed the announcement, but at the time, everyone assumed he was just joking around.
She hasn’t been featured in the film’s creepy trailers, but legendary actress Faye Dunaway makes an important appearance in the new horror flick The Bye Bye Man.