She's an icon for a reason.
With Meryl Streep celebrating her 70th birthday, it's hard not to reminisce about some of the best parts of her career. Of course, you could talk about all of the incredible film and television roles Streep has taken on, of which there seem to be an endless amount. But Streep's impressive career isn't the only interesting thing about her. The actress also comes off as funny, warm, genuine, and somehow, weirdly relatable.
That's thanks in part to some of her best pop culture moments ever, whether they happened during interviews, award shows, or special appearances. Let's take a look at some of Streep's best moments ever to celebrate her birthday.
Nathaniel: The 1913 Banking act and subsequent NBA 1933, gave the FED independence from political sway by the Oval Office. It is a panel or committee of learned persons with years of expertise in economics and finance. Yet, a relatively small town real estate person think he knows more than them, along with International Economists and Macro-economists. He proves that: A little knowledge is dangerous.