69 Years of Meryl Streep

It’s Queen Meryl’s birthday!

If you know me, you know how much she means to me. One of the biggest inspirations in my life. An artist that has continually raised the standards of her craft.

I couldn’t articulate enough how much she means to me, as much as she does to millions of filmgoers around the world.

I am happy to be living in a time when she is still continues give her life to film.

I would love to meet her someday.

Meanwhile, to celebrate her birthday, here is a rundown of her 21 Academy Award nominations. (She has the most nominations for an actor, by the way).

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The Deer Hunter (1978) as LindaKramer vs. Kramer (1979) as Joanna Kramer

The French Lieutenant’s Woman (1981) as Sarah/Anna

Sophie’s Choice (1982) as Sophie Zawitowski

Silkwood (1983) as Karen Silkwood

Out of Africa (1985) as Karen Blixen

Ironweed (1987) as Helen Archer

A Cry in the Dark (1988) as Lindy Chamberlain

Postcards from the Edge (1990) as Suzanne Vale

The Bridges of Madison County (1995) as Francesca Johnson

One True Thing (1998) as Kate Gulden

Music of the Heart (1999) as Roberta Guaspari

Adaptation. (2002) as Susan Orlean

The Devil Wears Prada (2006) as Miranda Priestly

Doubt (2008) as Sister Aloysius Beauvier

Julie & Julia (2009) as Julia Child

The Iron Lady (2011) as Margaret Thatcher

August: Osage County (2013) as Violet Weston

Into the Woods (2014) as The Witch

Florence Foster Jenkins (2016) as Florence Foster Jenkins

The Post (2017) as Katherine Graham

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Which Meryl Streep performance is your favorite?

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