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  1. Elizabeth Taylor - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre Elizabeth Taylor Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor ( Hampstead, Londres, 27 de febrero de 1932 - Los Ángeles, California, 23 de marzo de 2011 ), también conocida como Liz Taylor, fue una actriz anglo - estadounidense de cine, teatro y televisión.

  2. Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor was born on February 27, 1932, at Heathwood, her family's home on 8 Wildwood Road in Hampstead Garden Suburb, London.: 3–10 She received dual British-American citizenship at birth as her parents, art dealer Francis Lenn Taylor (1897–1968) and retired stage actress Sara Sothern (née Sara Viola Warmbrodt, 1895–1994), were United States citizens, both originally ...

    • Early Life
    • Acting Career
    • Activism
    • Illness and Death

    Taylor was born in London to American parents, Francis Lenn Taylor and Sara Sothern, who were Americans living in England. Her parents were originally from Arkansas City, Kansas. They returned to the United States on the onset of World War II.

    Her first act was in Lassie Come Home (1942). The next one was National Velvet(1944). Throughout her teens, she appeared in various supporting roles and easily made the transition to young adult parts. Her first major role was in A Place in the Sun in 1950, with Montgomery Clift. Working steadily during the 1950s, notable movies have included; The ...

    HIV/AIDS

    Taylor devoted consistent and generous humanitarian time, advocacy efforts, and funding to HIV and AIDS-related projects and charities. She helped to raise more than $270 million for the cause. She was one of the first celebrities and public personalities to do so at a time when few people knew about the disease and organized and hosted the first AIDS fundraiser in 1984 to benefitAIDS Project Los Angeles. Taylor was cofounder of the American Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR) with Dr. Micha...

    Jewish causes

    After she converted to the Jewish religion, Taylor worked for Jewish causes throughout her life.In 1959, her purchase of Israeli Bonds caused Arab boycotts of her films. In 1962, she was prevented from entering Egypt to complete Cleopatra; its government announced that she would not be allowed to come to Egypt because she had adopted the Jewish faith and "supports Israeli causes". However the ban was lifted in 1964 after it was considered that the film had brought good publicityto Egypt. In 1...

    Taylor had a lot of health problems. In 2004, she was diagnosed with congestive heart failure. In 2009, she underwent cardiac surgeryfor it. In early 2011, new symptoms related to congestive heart failure caused her to be admitted into Cedars-Sinai Medical Center for treatment. Taylor died on March 23, 2011, surrounded by her four children at the s...

    • Trayectoria
    • La Escritora
    • Valoración
    • Obra
    • Traducciones
    • Referencias

    Elizabeth Taylor se educó en la escuela Abbey, de Reading. Trabajó primero como institutriz; a continuación, en una biblioteca, aspectos que reflejará en su obra. Se casó a los veinticuatro años con un hombre de la industria, Kendall Taylor, y buena parte de su existencia se desarrolló en un pueblo, Penn (Buckinghamshire) donde cuidó a sus dos hijo...

    A los 33 años publicó su primera novela, At Mrs Lippincote, cuando su marido estaba en la Guerra Mundial en las fuerzas aéreas. Un año después, en 1946, Palladian (La señorita Dashwood), la más aparentemente austeniana, pero con personajes más sombríos y situados en rápidas situaciones desgarradas. En los años sucesivos escribió A View of the Harbo...

    En conjunto —hasta su muerte, en 1975— editó doce novelas, cuatro volúmenes de cuentos y un libro para jóvenes. Sólo en 1976, al aparecer su novela Blamingde forma póstuma, le concedieron el Whitebread-Prize por su trayectoria, que recogió su marido. Nunca ganó un premio y no tuvo mucho eco crítico en vida, aunque sí lectores de sus libros. Pero en...

    Novelas

    1. At Mrs Lippincote, 1945; En casa de Mrs Lippincote. 2. Palladian, 1946; La señorita Dashwood. 3. A View of the Harbour, 1947; Una vista del puerto. 4. A Wreath of Roses, 1949; Corona de rosas. 5. A Game of Hide-and-Seek, 1951; El juego del escondite (El juego del amor). 6. The Sleeping Beauty, 1953; La bella durmiente. 7. Angel, 1957 (al principio, titulada La verdadera vida de Ángel Deverell), Ángel. 8. In a Summer Season, 1961; En el verano. 9. The Soul of Kindness, 1964 10. Mossy Trotte...

    Relatos

    1. Hester Lilly, 1954, relatos breves. 2. The Blush and Other Stories, 1958, relatos. 3. A Dedicated Man and Other Stories, 1965 4. The Devastating Boys, 1972 5. Dangerous Calm, 1995

    El hotel de Mrs. Palfrey, Bruguera, 1986.
    En el verano, Alcor, 1989.
    Una vista del puerto, Alfaguara, 1990.
    Ángel, Anagrama, 2012, reedición.
    Paul Bayley, "Introducción" a El hotel de Mrs. Palfrey, Bruguera, 1986
    artículo Página 12, 30 de octubre de 2009
    Ignacio Echevarría, "El yo menguante", El cultural, 1-4-2011.
    Nicola Beauman,The Other Elizabeth Taylor, Persephone, 2009.
  3. Nominated— Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama. 1967. The Taming of the Shrew. Katharina. Also producer (uncredited) David di Donatello Award for Best Foreign Actress (tied with Julie Christie for Doctor Zhivago) Nominated— BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role. Reflections in a Golden Eye.

  4. Dame Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, DBE (häufig auch „Liz“ Taylor; * 27. Februar 1932 in Hampstead, London; † 23. März 2011 in Los Angeles, Kalifornien ), war eine US-amerikanisch - britische Schauspielerin. Sie erlangte Starruhm bereits als Kinderdarstellerin und später als Leading Lady des marktführenden Hollywood -Studios MGM, bei dem ...

  5. Elizabeth Taylor apareció en varias películas y programas de televisión desde 1942 hasta 2003 1 . Su fama e interpretaciones la convirtieron en una de las últimas estrellas del cine de antaño y antecesora de las celebridades de la actualidad. Ganó dos Premios Oscar por sus interpretaciones y uno por su trabajo humanitario.