Ali MacGraw Biography
Birthday: April 1, 1939 (Aries)
Born In: Pound Ridge, New York, United States
Elizabeth Alice MacGraw, better known as Ali MacGraw, is an award-winning American model, actor, author, designer, and animal rights activist. She is renowned for her movies like ‘Love Story’ (1970), ‘Goodbye, Columbus’ (1969), and ‘The Getaway’ (1972). Born and raised in an artistic family in New York, she wished to work in the field of arts. She began working as a photography assistant, and then turned to modeling, and acting. She was noticed in her first two movies and received ‘Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Newcomer.’ MacGraw’s 1970 film, ‘Love Story,’ proved a major hit and fetched her worldwide fame, as well as an ‘Academy Award’ nomination and a ‘Golden Globe’ award. With just three releases, she was voted the ‘Top female box-office start in the world.’ In 1972, her hand-footprints and autograph were engraved at ‘Grauman’s Chinese Theater.’ She has starred in several other films, including ‘The Getaway,’ ‘Convoy,’ ‘Players,’ and TV miniseries ‘The Winds of War’ among others. Her autobiography, ‘Moving Pictures,’ was published in 1991. MacGraw has married thrice.