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Biography Of American Film Icon Faye Dunaway
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15 June 2010

Biography Of American Film Icon Faye DunawayAcademy Award-winning actress and American film icon Faye Dunaway was one of the most talented actresses working throughout the 1970s. She has starred in some iconic pictures, including Chinatown with Jack Nicholson and Bonnie and Clyde. Dunaway has managed to earn the respect of the establishment, even though she’s known for not always playing along.

The actress was born Dorothy Faye Dunaway on January 14, 1941 in Bascom, Florida. Dunaway’s life was unspectacular for the most part. Her mother was an average suburban housewife and her father was an Army NCO. After graduating from the University of Florida in 1962 having majored in theater, she joined the American National Theater and Academy.

Like most theater majors turned Hollywood star, Faye’s career took a natural path through Broadway. She earned a big role in 1962’s A Man for All Seasons, and she continued to act in on-state productions and in small screen roles over the next few years. Dunaway’s big break came in 1967 in The Happening. This is also the year she starred in Bonnie and Clyde – her first Oscar-nominated role.

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El Cholo - A cheap, cheerful and extremely popular Mexican restaurant in LA
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03 November 2009

El Cholo - A cheap, cheerful and extremely popular Mexican restaurant in LALos Angeles is the home of million-dollar homes, billion-dollar blockbusters, celebrities, sports franchises, and, of course, a wide range of restaurants to satisfy your growling stomach. Most will undoubtedly cause mayhem on your wallet, but every once in a while, you’ll find a restaurant that has very fair prices for delicious food.

Started in 1927 as a traditional Mexican restaurant, El Cholo is the location you’re looking for if you want good food that won’t set you back a house payment. This family-style restaurant has been one of the most popular in the area for 80 years. Due to its LA popularity, El Cholo locations have opened up all over the country - but the original is always the best.

This causal restaurant is perfect for anytime, day or night, and is a great location for a dinner date, formal party, or just a family get-together with the kids in tow. The ambiance is a taste of Mexico and hasn’t changed much at all in nearly a century. Of course, any resident of Los Angeles will be quick to tell you that a Mexican “theme” is not needed.

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