Beverly D'Angelo

Beverly D'Angelo
==Introduction== Beverly D'Angelo is an American actress, known for her role as Ellen Griswold in the seminal ''National Lampoon's Vacation'' series of films. She is also known to be the inspiration behind Al Pacino's "Hoo-Aaaaah!" ==Life Story== Born 15 November 1951, Columbus, Ohio.

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Birthday
1951-11-15
Nickname
Beverly Mrs. Griswold
Birthname
Beverly Heather D'Angelo
Sign
Scorpio
Hometown
Columbus Ohio
Country
United States
Ethnicity
White
Height
5'2"
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Job
Actress Singer
Hobbies
Drawing
Assets
Beautiful Nice Big Tits. Great Body In General.
Vices
Wayne Newton
Tattoos
Yes
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Hair
Blond
Eyes
Blue
Breast
34
Waist
27"
Hips
36"
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Beverly D'Angelo Introduction

Beverly D'Angelo is an American actress, known for her role as Ellen Griswold in the seminal National Lampoon's Vacation series of films. She is also known to be the inspiration behind Al Pacino's "Hoo-Aaaaah!"

Beverly D'Angelo Life Story

Born 15 November 1951, Columbus, Ohio.

D'Angelo began work in the theatre, appearing on Broadway in 1976 in Rockabye Hamlet (also known as Kronborg: 1582) a musical based on Shakespeare's Hamlet. Although the production was a failure, running less than a month, D'Angelo's performance as Ophelia attracted positive attention. But hey, it ain't Shakespeare.

After gaining minor roles in movies including Annie Hall, D'Angelo had a string of hit movies in the late 1970s, appearing in Every Which Way But Loose, Hair, and Coal Miner's Daughter (she portrayed the singer Patsy Cline, and did all her own singing). One of these films also stars a Orangutan. We won't tell you which one.

Her biggest break came with Chevy Chase in the 1983 National Lampoon's Vacation. Her role as Ellen Griswold was reprised in three Vacation sequels from 1985 through 1997. The roles of her children were never reprised by the same actors. Instead, the producers opted to go for better looking kids with each ensuing film. By the time filming begins on Space Vacation, the roles of Audrey and Rusty will theoretically be played by Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.

In 1992, she had a guest appearance in the third season of "The Simpsons" as Lurleen Lumpkin, a beautiful, Southern country singer and waitress, in "Colonel Homer", and is set to return as the same character in an episode in the nineteenth season. Nineteen seasons. How rich are the Simpsons people? Really. Think about it. Nineteen. They need to go build an island around Dubai and just do the show from there. Just because they can.

In 2006, she starred in the independent cult classic Gamers: The Movie. She can now be seen on the hit HBO series "Entourage", playing the role of the alpha-female Barbara "Babs" Miller.

After the end of her romance with film director Miloš Forman, in 1981, D'Angelo married Lorenzo Salviati, an economics student who also was an Italian duke; half-Polish, he is a descendant of Lorenzo de Medici. Separated in 1983, D'Angelo and Salviati finally divorced in 1995. But even though the de Medici family was torn asunder, the de Medici Code would forever remain unlocked.

From 1985 until 1991, D'Angelo, although still married to the Duke, lived with Irish director Neil Jordan. During this time she had a small role in his 1988 comedy High Spirits. Wow, so the guy who made High Spirits goes on to make The Crying Game. That's like Carrot Top bringing dildos into his array of stage props. Ew.

In 1997, D'Angelo became involved with Al Pacino. They are the parents of twins Olivia and Anton, who were born in 2001. The couple broke up soon after the children's birth, and they currently share custody. (Insert exasperated, wistful Hoo-Ahhh).

Beverly D'Angelo on the Web

Beverly D'Angelo On New Film, Co-Parenting With Al Pacino ... Audiences fell in love with Beverly D'Angelo for her role as Chevy Chase's wife, Ellen Griswold, in National Lampoon's Vacation. The actress is set to star in the upcoming 3D film, I Heart Shakey– a heart-warming must-see ...

Moviehole. | Chevy Chase and Beverly D'Angelo wanted for ... Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter about their upcoming “Vacation” reboot, co-writer and co-director John Francis Daley said he and collaborator Jonathan Goldstein would like to try and get Chevy Chase and Beverly ...

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