Ali MacGraw

Ali MacGraw

Highest Rated: 91% Goodbye, Columbus (1969)

Lowest Rated: 20% Players (1979)

Birthday: Apr 01, 1939

Birthplace: Pound Ridge, New York, USA

A dark-haired, somber-looking former model, Ali MacGraw gained instant screen stardom in "Goodbye, Columbus" (1969). The following year, she earned a Best Actress Oscar nomination as the doomed collegiate heroine of the sweet, extremely popular "Love Story" (1970). She was also effective in the comic role of Alan King's mistress in "Just Tell Me What You Want" (1980). For much of the 1980s, MacGraw found employment on the small screen. She played the daughter-in-law of Robert Mitchum's character in the mammoth ABC miniseries "War and Remembrance" (1983), and appeared as the sophisticated Lady Ashley Mitchell for the 1984-85 season of "Dynasty" (ABC). After publishing her memoirs in 1991, MacGraw concentrated on a career as a designer, appearing in the occasional project like her son Josh Evans' first feature "Glam" (1997).

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet No Score Yet Glam Lynn Travers (Character) - 1997
No Score Yet No Score Yet Natural Causes Fran Jakes (Character) - 1994
No Score Yet No Score Yet Gunsmoke: The Long Ride Uncle Jane Merkel (Character) - 1993
No Score Yet No Score Yet Survive the Savage Sea Claire Carpenter (Character) - 1992
No Score Yet No Score Yet Murder Elite Diane Baker (Character) - 1985
No Score Yet No Score Yet China Rose Rose Arrow (Character) - 1983
No Score Yet 47% Just Tell Me What You Want Bones Burton (Character) - 1980
20% 33% Players Nicole (Character) - 1979
43% 73% Convoy Melissa (Character) - 1978
86% 81% The Getaway Carol McCoy (Character) - 1972
68% 75% Love Story Jennifer Cavalleri (Character) - 1970
91% 49% Goodbye, Columbus Brenda Patimkin (Character) - 1969

TV

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No Score Yet No Score Yet CBS News Sunday Morning Guest 2016
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Oprah Winfrey Show Guest 2010

QUOTES FROM Ali MacGraw CHARACTERS

Brenda Patimkin says: Why are you being so nasty?

Neil Klugman says: Nasty? I'm being suave and sophisticated! Do I sound nasty?

Jenny says: Love means never having to say you're sorry.

Jenny says: Love means never having to say your sorry.