Elizabeth Alice MacGraw is an American actress and activist who is well-known in the United States. it was her role in the movie “Goodbye, Columbus” that brought her to the notice of the general public for the first time (1969),
She was the leading actress in the romantic sports drama Players, and she also played the leading part of the female protagonist in Convoy (1978). (1979).
MacGraw was born in Pound Ridge, New York, and she was the daughter of Frances MacGraw (née Klein; 1901-1980) and Richard MacGraw, both of whom were professional painters.
Her mother was an artist and had a school in Paris before moving to Greenwich Village, therefore she was considered a “pioneer” in the art world. She described her father as “violent,” and he ran away to the ocean at the age of 16 before going to Munich to study art there.
Beginning in 1960, MacGraw worked at Harper’s Bazaar for a period of six years, serving as Diana Vreeland’s assistant in the capacity of photographer.
She worked as a model for Vogue magazine and also as a stylist for one of the magazine’s photographers. She is also interested in pursuing a profession in interior design.
Ali MacGraw movies
|1968||A Lovely Way to Die||Melody|
|1969||Goodbye, Columbus||Brenda Patimkin||Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Newcomer – Female
Nominated—BAFTA Award for Best Newcomer
|1970||Love Story||Jennifer Cavalleri||David di Donatello for Best Foreign Actress
Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama
Nominated—Academy Award for Best Actress
|1972||The Getaway||Carol McCoy|
|1980||Just Tell Me What You Want||Bones Burton|
|1985||Murder Elite||Diane Baker|
|1994||Natural Causes||Fran Jakes|
|1983||The Winds of War||Natalie Jastrow||TV miniseries|
|1985||Dynasty||Lady Ashley Mitchell||14 episodes|
|1988||Joan Rivers and Friends Salute Heidi Abromowitz||Herself||TV special|
|1992||Survive the Savage Sea||Claire Carpenter||TV film|
|1993||Gunsmoke: The Long Ride||Uncle Jane Merkel|
|2002||The Trail of the Painted Ponies||Narrator|
|2005||Passion & Poetry: The Ballad of Sam Peckinpah||Herself|
|2007||Do You Sleep in the Nude?||Herself|
|2010||Landscapes of Enchantment||Narrator|
|2012||Valles Caldera: The Science||Narrator|