Ali MacGraw hot young
April 1, 1939
5 ft 10 in | 178 cm
35-27-35 in | 89-69-89 cm
54 kg | 120 pounds
8.5 US | 39 EU
Ali MacGraw was born in Pound Ridge, New York, United States on April 1, 1939, is an American hot actress. Young Ali MacGraw began her career as a fashion model and in the television commercials. She made her big screen debut in crime film A Lovely Way to Die (1968) in uncredited role as Melody, opposite Kirk Douglas. Her breakthrough performance came as Jennifer "Jenny" Cavalleri in drama movie Love Story (1970) opposite Ryan O'Neal, for which she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress and she won an Golden Globe Award for Best Actress.
She won an Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Newcomer for her role as Brenda Patimkin in romantic comedy drama film Goodbye Columbus (1969).
The Getaway (1972) neo-noir crime opposite Steve McQueen
Convoy (1978) action drama opposite Kris Kristofferson
Just Tell Me What You Want (1980) comedy drama opposite Peter Weller
Players (1979) romance drama in role as Chris
Survive the Savage Sea (1992) drama with Robert Urich
She made her Broadway debut in play Festen (2006).
She played Natalie Jastrow in miniseries The Winds of War (1983) opposite Robert Mitchum.
She practicing a Hatha Yoga.
She is an animal rights advocate.
She was married to actor Steve McQueen (1973-1978).
Lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico and Los Angeles, California.
There's so much craziness that comes along with being a movie star that you can get so confused. Unless you've spent your whole life waiting to be the centre of attention, it's pretty terrifying.
You know, the fashion business is this legendary repository of young girls on their way to getting husbands. I really wanted to work.
I can't remember when I wasn't an animal rights activist.
I live in Santa Fe, New Mexico. And I travel a tremendous amount. I'm in New York and California a lot, but then also I like faraway places a lot.
It's been my experience that the longer I do yoga, the more I want to know, the more I am able to understand and the less judgmental I am.