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Dakota Fanning

Hannah Dakota Fanning (born February 23, 1994 in Conyers, Georgia), better known simply as Dakota Fanning, is a Hollywood actress.

Fanning learned to read at age two. She rose to stardom quickly, being chosen for a Tide commercial at age five.

At the age of 8, she became the youngest person to be nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award, for her supporting performance in I Am Sam (2001).

When she received the Best Young Actor/Actress award from the Broadcast Film Critics Association for her performance in I Am Sam, she was too short to reach the microphone to give her acceptance speech. Presenter Orlando Bloom held her up to the mike for the duration of her speech, which turned out to be quite long.

Dakota Fanning's sister, Elle Fanning, is a budding actress. Elle's first roles were as the younger version of Dakota's character in I Am Sam and Taken. Dakota appeared on The Tonight Show on November 10, 2003, where she declared that she and her sister shared room, and described co-star Mike Myers as very funny.

Filmography

  • Charlotte's Web (2006, Fern)
  • Conquistadora (2005, Anastasia)
  • Dreamer (2005, unknown part)
  • War of the Worlds (2005, unknown part)
  • Nine Lives (2005, Maria)
  • Hide and Seek (2005)
  • Man on Fire (2004, alongside Denzel Washington)
  • The Cat in the Hat, (2003, Sally)
  • Uptown Girls (2003, Lorraine Schleine)
  • Steven Spielberg Presents Taken, (2002, mini-series, Allie Keys)
  • Hansel & Gretel (2002, Katie)
  • Sweet Home Alabama (2002, young Melanie)
  • Trapped (2002, Abigail Jennings)
  • Father Xmas (2001, Clairee)
  • I Am Sam (2001, Lucy Diamond Dawson, alongside Sean Penn)
  • Tomcats (2001)

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Dakota appeared on The Tonight Show on November 10, 2003, where she declared that she and her sister shared room, and described co-star Mike Myers as very funny. The bartender Guinan on Star Trek: The Next Generation was named for Texas Guinan. Elle's first roles were as the younger version of Dakota's character in I Am Sam and Taken. The number "All That Jazz" in the musical Chicago is thought to pay homage to her. Dakota Fanning's sister, Elle Fanning, is a budding actress. She was portrayed in a number of movies, including Splendor in the Grass (1961). When she received the Best Young Actor/Actress award from the Broadcast Film Critics Association for her performance in I Am Sam, she was too short to reach the microphone to give her acceptance speech. Presenter Orlando Bloom held her up to the mike for the duration of her speech, which turned out to be quite long. She is interred in the Calvary Cemetery, Queens, New York.

At the age of 8, she became the youngest person to be nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award, for her supporting performance in I Am Sam (2001). While on the road, she contracted amoebic dysentery in Vancouver, British Columbia and died there on November 5, 1933 apparently at age 49, exactly one month before Prohibition was repealed. She rose to stardom quickly, being chosen for a Tide commercial at age five. She turned this to her advantage by launching a satirical revue entitled Too Hot For Paris. Fanning learned to read at age two. She made a sally towards Europe, but her reputation preceded her, and she was denied entry at every European sea port at which she tried to disembark. Hannah Dakota Fanning (born February 23, 1994 in Conyers, Georgia), better known simply as Dakota Fanning, is a Hollywood actress. Guinan took her show on the road.

Tomcats (2001). During the Great Depression, Ms. I Am Sam (2001, Lucy Diamond Dawson, alongside Sean Penn). Guinan returned to the screen with two sound pictures, playing slightly fictionalized versions of herself as a speakeasy proprietress in "Queen of the Night Clubs" in 1929 and "Broadway Through a Keyhole" in 1933. Father Xmas (2001, Clairee). She traditionally greeted her patrons with "Hello, suckers!". Trapped (2002, Abigail Jennings). "Butter and egg men" referred to her well-off patrons, and she often demanded that the audience "give the little ladies a great big hand".

Sweet Home Alabama (2002, young Melanie). Guinan is credited with coining a number of phrases. Hansel & Gretel (2002, Katie). Ms. Steven Spielberg Presents Taken, (2002, mini-series, Allie Keys). Texas Guinan capitalized on her notoriety, earning $700,000 in ten months in 1926 while her clubs were routinely being raided. Uptown Girls (2003, Lorraine Schleine). At this favorite hangout of the city’s wealthy elite, George Gershwin often played impromptu piano for wealthy guests such as Reggie Vanderbilt, Harry Payne Whitney, or Walter Chrysler, and celebrities Peggy Hopkins Joyce, Pola Negri, Jeanne Eagels, John Gilbert, and Rudolph Valentino, as well as socialites like Gloria Morgan and her sister Thelma, Vicountess Furness.

The Cat in the Hat, (2003, Sally). She steadfastly claimed that she had never sold an alcoholic drink in her life. Man on Fire (2004, alongside Denzel Washington). Her aplomb made her a celebrity; arrested several times for serving alcohol and providing entertainment, she would always claim that the patrons had brought the liquor in with them, and that the club was so small that the girls had to dance so close to the customers. Hide and Seek (2005). Guinan's own personality. Nine Lives (2005, Maria). The club became famous for its troupe of 40 scantily clad fan dancers, and also for Ms.

War of the Worlds (2005, unknown part). 54th Street. Dreamer (2005, unknown part). Upon the introduction of Prohibition, she opened a speakeasy in New York City called the "300 Club", at 151 W. Conquistadora (2005, Anastasia). She became the United States' first movie cowgirl, nicknamed "The Queen of the West." In addition to her film career, she also had a sojourn in France, entertaining the troops during World War I. Charlotte's Web (2006, Fern). In 1917 "Texas" Guinan made her film début in the silent movie The Wildcat.

In 1906 she moved to New York City, where she found work as a chorus girl before making a career for herself in national Vaudeville and in New York theater productions. She toured regional Vaudeville with some success, but became known less for her singing than her entertaining "wild west"-related patter. Guinan was born in Waco, Texas and studied music in Chicago before returning to her hometown with hopes of becoming a professional singer. Mary Louise Cecilia "Texas" Guinan (January 12, 1884 - November 5, 1933) was a saloon keeper, actress, and entrepreneur.

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