Meryl has been nominated for more than 20 Best Actress Oscars, as well as the, BAFTA, and SAG awards. This week she won the for Best Actress for her amazing work in Doubt. But that’s not the most amazing thing about Meryl Streep.
How can that happy go lucky woman be the same sharp-faced, hateful, judgmental nun in Doubt?
That is a testimony to her true talent. She becomes the part. As I was watched Meryl’s Sister Aloysius Beauvier go toe-to-toe withI was thankful my parents spared me the benefits of a Catholic school’s “better education“.
That woman was scary! Not at all the same singing and dancing Meryl who wins the heart of Pierce Brosnan. When you watch her in Doubt, you will understand why she has been nominated for so many awards.
The Best of Meryl Streep
Treat yourself to a Meryl-Fest. If you haven’t seen Doubt, see it today, then rent Mamma Mia, The Devil Wears Prada or one of these other movies to see the many faces of Meryl Streep.
Kramer vs. Kramer (1979). **Oscar winner for Best Actress, Golden Globe winner for Best Actress
French Lieutenant’s Woman (1981). **Golden Globe and BAFTA winner for Best Actress
Sophie’s Choice (1982). **Oscar winner for Best Actress, Golden Globe winner for Best Actress
The Devil Wears Prada (2006) **Golden Globe winner for Best Actress
Julie & Julia (2009). **Golden Globe winner for Best Actress
The Iron Lady (2012) **Oscar, Golden Globe, BAFTA winner for Best Actress
Like Kathryn the Great, Meryl has the ability to do both comedy and drama. I absolutely loved her in The Devil Wears Prada. This year she added musical comedy to her resume starring as the free-spirited Donna in the movie version of the Broadway hit Mama Mia. and more recently as the witch in Into the Woods.
She sang, she danced and Meryl was amazing!
Mamma Mia (2008)
Into the Woods (2015)
Florence Foster Jenkins (2016)
Love Stories and comedy
Out of Africa (1985)
Death Becomes Her (1992)
It’s Complicated (2009)
Julie & Julia (2009)
Hope Springs (2011)
August Osage County (2013)
The Post (2017)