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|Subject: Judy Garland - is an actress and American singer Sun May 27, 2012 2:41 pm|| |
Judy Garland (Frances Ethel Gumm born, June 10, 1922 - June 22, 1969) is an actress and American singer. For 45 years of art in the age 47 years, Garland mark as a music star and multi-talented actors bring world class. She has won an Oscar for teenagers, a Golden Globe award and a Golden Globe Award Cecil B. DeMille for his acting career, as well as a Grammy Award and a Tony Award. 
After appearing on stage with her two sisters, Garland became a singer chatter of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. There she played more than twenty films, nine of the Mickey Rooney, and the films Garland made names like The Wizard of Oz (1939). The song she sang Over the Rainbow by this film, the Recording Industry Association of America voted song of the 20th century and the American Film Institute also ranked first in the list of 100 songs of your most memorable U.S. images of the 20th century. After 15 years, Garland terminate the contract with MGM, but continued to achieve new successes through the program's record-breaking concert, television programs and the return to films, starting from film A Star Is Born (1954).
Despite many achievements of art, Garland entangled in so many problems in his personal life. Room rate swings, she also often been dampened by criticism that she was overweight and ungainly. Workers on medications for weight loss and cause excitement, Garland spent ten years in addiction. She was also the burden of economic uncertainty, often pay hundreds of thousands of tax dollars, and four-year marriage fell apart. Garland attempted suicide several times before his death with shock at the age of 47 drugs, leaving three children, Liza Minnelli poet, Lorna Luft and Joey Luft.
In 1997, Garland was posthumously awarded a lifetime achievement Grammy Award and several of her recordings are included in the Grammy Hall of Reputation. In 1999, the American Film Institute honored her in so50 female screen legends in the history of American cinema, No. 8.