Facts About Meryl Streep
Meryl Streep have taken breaths around:285,055,200 breaths of air
Meryl Streep have spent time for eating & drinking around:35.5 months eating and drinking
Meryl Streep heart has beaten around:2,736,529,920 times
Meryl Streep have eaten around:52.3 tons of food
Meryl Streep have slept around:24 years sleeping
Meryl Streep have laughed around:263,940 times
Mary Louise Streep, or Meryl Streep, is an American actress known for her sophisticated acting style and the ability to adapt her speaking to a large variety of accents. She was born in 1949 in New Jersey, to the parents of German and Swiss origins. As a child, she like singing and dancing, and she was one of the cheerleaders in her high school times. There, she started getting interested in acting and decided to study in the Yale School of Drama, finishing which opened her the doors to the stages of many theaters. In the late 1970s, her cinema debut took place, with the movies "Julia", "The Deer Hunter" and Woody Alen's movie "Manhattan", which were noticed and even brought her first cinema award nominations. In 1978 Meryl won her first serious award, the Emmy, for her performance in TV series "Holocaust". She is actually famous with a large number of the Academy Award nominations (21, winning 3), the Golden Globe Award (31, winning 8). Her best performances took place in the movies like "Kramer vs Kramer" (with Dustin Hoffman), "Sophie's Choice", "Out of Africa", "Ironweed", "Evil Angels", "Postcards from the Edge" (with Dennis Quaid), "Death Becomes Her" (with Bruce Willis and Goldie Hawn), "Music of the Heart", "Adaptation" (with Nicolas Cage), "Devil Wears Prada" (with Anne Hataway), "Julie & Julia", "The Iron Lady", "Into the Woods", "Florence Foster Jenkins" (with Hugh Grant), "The Post" (with Tom Hanks). Meryl Streep has also got a few awards for her theatrical and Broadway performances. She is one of the most respected and most recognized American actresses, with a number of medals and honors granted her by the Presidents of the US and other countries of the world. She supports education and is a social activist.