Nancy Reagan Biography
(Former First Lady of the United States)
Birthday: July 6, 1921 (Cancer)
Born In: Midtown Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States
Nancy Reagan was an actress and the wife of the 40th president of United States, Ronald Reagan. She was the first lady of America for the eight years during her husband’s presidency from 1981 to 1989. Nancy had a great career in acting before she met Ronald Reagan. Her mother was an actress and she started acting even before completing her college. She had a bad childhood after her parents separated. But she found comfort from her stepfather who was one of the famous neurosurgeons of his time. Nancy got small roles as actress before signing a contract with MGM. Later, she got some important roles in movies. As a first lady, she played an active role in fighting drugs. She continued her fight on drugs even after the completion of her husband’s presidency. Promotion of Stem Cell Research was another cause that she took up in her last years. Nancy Reagan was one of the most famous and best loved first ladies in the history of the USA.