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A headshot of Meryl Streep in the 1970s with her facing the camera with her right arm propping her head up
Meryl Streep in the late 1970s

Meryl Streep is an American actress who has had an extensive career in film, television, and stage.[1][2] She made her stage debut in 1975 with The Public Theater production of Trelawny of the 'Wells'.[3] She went on to perform several roles on stage in the 1970s, garnering a Tony Award nomination for her role in 27 Wagons Full of Cotton (1976).[4] In 1977, Streep starred in the television movie The Deadliest Season, and made her film debut with a brief role alongside Jane Fonda in Julia.[5] A supporting role in the war drama The Deer Hunter (1978) proved to be a breakthrough for Streep; she received her first Academy Award nomination for it.[6] She won the award the following year for playing a troubled wife in the top-grossing drama Kramer vs. Kramer (1979).[7] Also in 1978, Streep played a German woman married to a Jewish man in Nazi Germany in the television miniseries Holocaust, which earned her the Emmy Award for Best Actress.[8]

Streep established herself as a leading Hollywood actress in the 1980s.[9][10] She played dual roles in the period drama The French Lieutenant's Woman (1981),[10] and starred as a Polish Holocaust survivor in Sophie's Choice (1982).[11] She was awarded the Best Actress Oscar for the latter.[8] Streep portrayed the real-life character of Karen Silkwood in Mike Nichols' drama Silkwood (1983),[12] before starring in her most financially successful release of the decade, the romantic drama Out of Africa (1985), in which she played the Danish writer Karen Blixen.[13][14] Despite intermittent successes, Streep's career went through a period of decline post-1985, with several commentators criticizing her for her inclination towards melodramatic roles.[15] The criticism continued despite her attempts to actively star in commercial comedies, films that parodied women's beauty and aging, She-Devil (1989) and Death Becomes Her (1992).[16]

In 1995, Streep starred opposite Clint Eastwood as an unhappily married woman in The Bridges of Madison County, her biggest critical and commercial success of the decade.[14][17] Although her dramas of the late 1990s received a mixed reception overall,[18][19] she was praised for her role as a cancer patient in One True Thing (1998).[20] She had acclaimed roles in the 2002 films Adaptation. and The Hours, and won a second Emmy Award for the television miniseries Angels in America a year later, though she failed to replicate her earlier success.[21][22] This changed in 2006, with an Academy Award-nominated role as a ruthless fashion magazine editor in the comedy-drama The Devil Wears Prada.[23] This late-period success led to starring roles in several high-profile films, including the US$609 million-grossing romantic comedy Mamma Mia! (2008), her highest-grossing release, and the comedy-drama Julie & Julia (2009), in which she played Julia Child.[24][25] These roles re-established Streep's stardom in Hollywood.[26] Her portrayal of Margaret Thatcher in the biopic The Iron Lady (2011) earned her another Academy Award for Best Actress.[27] The starring role of Katharine Graham in the 2017 drama The Post garnered Streep her 21st Oscar nomination, more than any actor or actress in history.[28]

Film

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Title Role Director(s) Notes Ref.
1977 Julia Anne Marie Fred Zinnemann [29]
1978 The Deer Hunter Linda Michael Cimino [30]
1979 Manhattan Jill Woody Allen [31]
1979 The Seduction of Joe Tynan Karen Traynor Jerry Schatzberg [32]
1979 Kramer vs. Kramer Joanna Kramer Robert Benton [33]
1981 The French Lieutenant's Woman Sarah / Anna[a] Karel Reisz [34]
1982 Still of the Night Brooke Reynolds Robert Benton [35]
1982 Sophie's Choice Sophie Zawistowski Alan J. Pakula [36]
1983 Silkwood Karen Silkwood Mike Nichols [37]
1984 Falling in Love Molly Gilmore Ulu Grosbard [38]
1985 Plenty Susan Traherne Fred Schepisi [39]
1985 Out of Africa Karen Blixen Sydney Pollack [40]
1986 Heartburn Rachel Samstat Mike Nichols [41]
1987 Ironweed Helen Archer Hector Babenco [42]
1988 A Cry in the Dark Lindy Chamberlain Fred Schepisi [43]
1989 She-Devil Mary Fisher Susan Seidelman [44]
1990 Postcards from the Edge Suzanne Vale Mike Nichols [45]
1991 Defending Your Life Julia Albert Brooks [46]
1991 Age 7 in America Narrator Phil Joanou Documentary [47]
1992 Death Becomes Her Madeline Ashton Robert Zemeckis [48]
1993 The House of the Spirits Clara del Valle Trueba Bille August [49]
1994 The River Wild Gail Hartman Curtis Hanson [50]
1995 The Living Sea Narrator Greg MacGillivray Documentary [51]
1995 The Bridges of Madison County Francesca Johnson Clint Eastwood [17]
1996 Before and After Dr. Carolyn Ryan Barbet Schroeder [49]
1996 Marvin's Room Lee Jerry Zaks [52]
1998 Dancing at Lughnasa Kate Mundy Pat O'Connor [53]
1998 One True Thing Kate Gulden Carl Franklin [54]
1999 Music of the Heart Roberta Guaspari Wes Craven [55]
1999 Ginevra's Story Narrator Christopher Swann Documentary [56]
2001 A.I. Artificial Intelligence Blue Mecha Steven Spielberg Voice [57]
2002 Adaptation. Susan Orlean Spike Jonze [58]
2002 The Hours Clarissa Vaughan Stephen Daldry [59]
2003 Stuck on You Herself Farrelly brothers Uncredited cameo [60]
2004 The Manchurian Candidate Senator Eleanor Prentiss Shaw Jonathan Demme [61]
2004 Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events Aunt Josephine Brad Silberling [62]
2005 Prime Lisa Metzger Ben Younger [63]
2005 Stolen Childhoods Narrator Len Morris Documentary [64]
2006 A Prairie Home Companion Yolanda Johnson Robert Altman [65]
2006 The Music of Regret The Woman Laurie Simmons Short film [66]
2006 The Devil Wears Prada Miranda Priestly David Frankel [67]
2006 The Ant Bully Queen Ant John A. Davis Voice [68]
2007 Dark Matter Joanna Silver Chen Shi-Zheng [69]
2007 Evening Lila Ross Lajos Koltai [70]
2007 Rendition Corrine Whitman Gavin Hood [71]
2007 Lions for Lambs Janine Roth Robert Redford [72]
2008 Mamma Mia! Donna Sheridan Phyllida Lloyd [73]
2008 Doubt Sister Aloysius Beauvier John Patrick Shanley [74]
2009 Julie & Julia Julia Child Nora Ephron [75]
2009 Fantastic Mr. Fox Felicity Fox Wes Anderson Voice [76]
2009 It's Complicated Jane Adler Nancy Meyers [77]
2010 Higglety Pigglety Pop! or There Must Be More to Life Jennie Chris Lavis/
Maciek Szczerbowski
Voice; short film [78]
2011 The Iron Lady Margaret Thatcher Phyllida Lloyd [79]
2012 To the Arctic 3D Narrator Greg MacGillivray Documentary [80]
2012 Hope Springs Kay Soames David Frankel [81]
2013 Wings of Life Narrator Louie Schwartzberg Documentary [82]
2013 Girl Rising Narrator Richard E. Robbins Documentary [83]
2013 A Fierce Green Fire Narrator Mark Kitchell Documentary [84]
2013 Out of Print Narrator Vivienne Roumani Documentary [85]
2013 August: Osage County Violet Weston John Wells [86]
2014 The Giver Chief Elder Phillip Noyce [87]
2014 The Homesman Altha Carter Tommy Lee Jones [88]
2014 Into the Woods The Witch Rob Marshall [89]
2015 Ricki and the Flash Ricki Rendazzo Jonathan Demme [90]
2015 Suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst Sarah Gavron [91]
2015 Shout Gladi Gladi Narrator Adam Friedman /
Iain Kennedy
Documentary [92]
2016 Florence Foster Jenkins Florence Foster Jenkins Stephen Frears [93]
2017 We Rise Narrator Donna Lawrence Documentary [94]
2017 The Guardian Brothers Narrator Gary Wang Voice (English version) [95]
2017 The Post Kay Graham Steven Spielberg [96]
2018 Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again Donna Sheridan Ol Parker [97]
2018 This Changes Everything Herself Tom Donahue Documentary film [98]
2018 Mary Poppins Returns Topsy Rob Marshall [99]
2019 The Laundromat Ellen Martin / Elena / Herself Steven Soderbergh [100]
2019 Little Women Aunt March Greta Gerwig [101]
TBA Let Them All Talk Film has yet to be released Alice Hughes Steven Soderbergh Post-production [102]
TBA The Prom Film has yet to be released Dee Dee Allen Ryan Murphy Filming [103]

Television

Year Title Role Notes Ref(s)
1976 Everybody Rides the Carousel Lover (voice) Television film [104]
1977 The Deadliest Season Sharon Miller Television film [105]
1977 Great Performances Edith Varney Anthology series; Episode: "Secret Service" [105]
1978 Holocaust Inga Helms Weiss Television miniseries (3 episodes) [105]
1979 Uncommon Women and Others Leilah Television film [105]
1981 Kiss Me, Petruchio Katherine Television documentary [105]
1982 Alice at the Palace Alice Television film [106]
1990 The Earth Day Special Concerned Citizen Television special [107]
1994 The Simpsons Jessica Lovejoy (voice) Animated sitcom; Episode: "Bart's Girlfriend" [108]
1997 ...First Do No Harm Lori Reimuller Television film [49]
1999 King of the Hill Aunt Esme Dauterive (voice) Animated sitcom; Episode: "A Beer Can Named Desire" [109]
2003 Angels in America Hannah Pitt / Ethel Rosenberg /
The Rabbi[b]
Television miniseries (6 episodes) [110]
2003 Freedom: A History of US Abigail Adams / Mary Eastey /
Mother Jones / Margaret Chase Smith[c]
Television miniseries (4 episodes) [110][111]
2007 Ocean Voyagers Narrator Documentary [112]
2010–12 Web Therapy Camilla Bowner Web television series (5 episodes) [77]
2013 Makers: Women Who Make America Narrator Television documentary series; Season 1 (3 episodes) [113]
2014 The Roosevelts Eleanor Roosevelt (voice) Television documentary miniseries (7 episodes) [114]
2017 Five Came Back Narrator Web television documentary miniseries (3 Episodes) [115]
2019 Big Little Lies Mary Louise Wright Television series; Season 2 (7 episodes) [116]
2020 Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth Narrator Web television Animated Short film special [117]

Stage

Year Production Role Theater Ref(s)
1975 Trelawny of the 'Wells' Miss Imogen Parrott Vivian Beaumont Theater [118]
1976 A Memory of Two Mondays
27 Wagons Full of Cotton[d]
Patricia
Flora Meighan
Playhouse Theatre [120]
1976 Secret Service Edith Varney Playhouse Theatre [121]
1976 Henry V Katherine Delacorte Theater [122][123]
1976 Measure for Measure Isabella Delacorte Theater [122][124][125]
1977 The Cherry Orchard Dunyasha Vivian Beaumont Theater [126][127]
1977 Happy End Lt. Lillian Holiday Martin Beck Theatre [128]
1978 The Taming of the Shrew Katharina Delacorte Theater [122][129]
1979 Taken in Marriage Andrea Joseph Papp Public Theater & Newman Theater [122][130]
1980–81 Alice in Concert Alice Joseph Papp Public Theater & Anspacher Theater [122][131]
2001 The Seagull Arkadina Delacorte Theater [132]
2004 Bridge and Tunnel Producer Theatres at 45 Bleecker & Bleecker Street Theatre [122][133]
2006 Mother Courage and Her Children Mother Courage Delacorte Theater [134]

See also

Footnotes

  1. ^ Streep played dual roles in the film.[10]
  2. ^ Streep played triple roles in the film.[22]
  3. ^ Streep played separate characters in each episode.[111]
  4. ^ The two plays were part of a double-bill production.[119]

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