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Anjelica Huston mini bio:
Anjelica Huston has been in American industry since a long time now. This is her third generation who has been in the film industry with lots of admiration being received from the fraternity as well as the audiences. Born on 8th July, 1951 Anjelica has won Academy Awards and many others too. Her acting career started in the year 1967 with lots of movies coming her way. Born in California, her father was a great director while her mother was also a superb dancer. Even her grandfather was an actor cum director of his time. Thus the filmy background pursued her to adopt acting as her career. Casino Royale was her first movie followed by Hamlet, The Last Tycoon, The Ice Pirates, Material Girls, 50/50, The Big Year, Pixie Hollow Games and Tinker Bell which was released in 2012.
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