Most recently seen in Vegas Vacation (the fourth installment of the Vacation films with her on-screen husband Chevy Chase), D'Angelo's films include Annie Hall, Hair, Coal Miner's Daughter (for which she received the Los Angeles Film Critics Award, a Golden Globe nomination and a Country Music Award for singing on the film's soundtrack), Pacific Heights, Daddy's Dyin', Who's Got The Will?, The Miracle, and Eye for an Eye.
On-stage, D'Angelo starred in The Zinger and Rock-a-Bye Hamlet, and she received the Theater World Award for Best Actress, as well as an Outer Critic Circle nomination, for her role on Broadway in Sam Shepard's Simpatico in 1995. In addition, D'Angelo received an Emmy Award nomination for her role in A Streetcar Named Desire. Her television films include The Jerry Sherwood Story, Menendez: A Murder in Beverly Hills, Talking With.., Sweet Mouthful and Edie & Pen.
Born in Columbus, Ohio, D'Angelo studied Fine Arts at the American School in Florence, Italy, and at age 17 worked as an animator for Hanna Barbera Studios.
Beverly D'Angelo Facts
|Birthday||November 15, 1951 (70)|
|Birthplace||Columbus, Ohio, USA|
|Height||5' 2" (1m57) How tall is Beverly D'Angelo compared to you?|
|American History X|
|National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation|
|National Lampoon's Vacation|
|Coal Miner's Daughter|
|Every Which Way But Loose|
|National Lampoon's European Vacation|