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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. Elsie Ferguson was interred in the Duck River Cemetery in Old Lyme, Connecticut. Elle's first roles were as the younger version of Dakota's character in I Am Sam and Taken. A very wealthy woman with no heirs, and a lover of animals, on her passing in 1961 she left a large part of her considerable estate to a variety of charities including several for animal welfare. Dakota Fanning's sister, Elle Fanning, is a budding actress. Ferguson made her final appearance on Broadway in 1943 at the age of 60 that met with critical acclaim. 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. Married four times, following her final marriage at age 51 she and her husband acquired a farm in Connecticut and divided their time between it and her Cap d'Antibes home on the Mediterranean Sea in the south of France.

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). Despite her wealth and fame and glamorous lifestyle, Elsie Ferguson's personal life had more than its share of turmoil. She rose to stardom quickly, being chosen for a Tide commercial at age five. Although her voice came across well enough, at age 47 she was well past her prime for fans who wanted to see her as the great youthful beauty she had once been. Fanning learned to read at age two. In 1930 she made her first talkie that would also be her final film. Hannah Dakota Fanning (born February 23, 1994 in Conyers, Georgia), better known simply as Dakota Fanning, is a Hollywood actress. In 1925 she made one film only before returning to the Broadway stage.

Tomcats (2001). It is considered her best work in film. I Am Sam (2001, Lucy Diamond Dawson, alongside Sean Penn). One of these was the 1921 film entitled Forever in which she starred opposite the leading heartthrob of the day, Wallace Reid. Father Xmas (2001, Clairee). In 1921, she accepted another contract offer from Paramount Pictures to star in four films to be spread over a two-year period. Trapped (2002, Abigail Jennings). She fell in love with Paris and the French Riviera and within a few years bought a permanent home there.

Sweet Home Alabama (2002, young Melanie). In 1920, she traveled to the Middle East and Europe. Hansel & Gretel (2002, Katie). Elsie Ferguson eventually followed the move west and bought a home in the hills of Hollywood, California. Steven Spielberg Presents Taken, (2002, mini-series, Allie Keys). Many of the films she agreed to do were because they were adaptations of stage plays with which she was familiar. Uptown Girls (2003, Lorraine Schleine). Continuing to play roles of elegant society women, Ferguson was quickly dubbed "The Aristocrat of the Silent Screen." But the aristocratic label was also because she was known as a difficult and sometimes arrogant personality to work with.

The Cat in the Hat, (2003, Sally). At the peak of her popularity, several film studios offered her a contract but she declined them all until the widely respected New York based French director Maurice Tourneur proposed she appear in the lead role as a sophisticated patrician in his 1917 silent film, "Barbary Sheep". Following this first film, Elsie Ferguson starred in two more films directed by Tourneur under a lucrative contract from Paramount Pictures that paid her $1,000 per day of filming. Man on Fire (2004, alongside Denzel Washington). Ferguson, noted for her great beauty and as one of the "Park Avenue aristocrats," on one occasion is reputed to have sold $85,000.00 worth of bonds in less than an hour. Hide and Seek (2005). During World War I, a number of Broadway stars organized a campaign to sell Liberty Bonds from the theatre stage prior to the performance as well as at highly publicized appearances at places such as the New York Public Library. Nine Lives (2005, Maria). In 1910 she spent time on the stage in London, England.

War of the Worlds (2005, unknown part). By 1909, she was a major Broadway star. Dreamer (2005, unknown part). Raised and educated in Manhattan, she became interested in the theater at a young age and made her stage debut at seventeen as a chorus girl in a musical comedy. Conquistadora (2005, Anastasia). Born Elsie Louise Ferguson in New York City, she was the only child of a successful attorney. Charlotte's Web (2006, Fern). Elsie Ferguson, born August 19, 1883 - died November 15, 1961, was an American stage and film actress.

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