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Lauren Bacall, a famous American actress born as Betty Joan Perske, was born on 16 September 1924, in The Bronx, New York City USA, of Romanian (mother) and Jewish-Russina (father) descent. She was famous for her unique voice and charming looks, starting her career as a model, often referred to as one of the greatest actress of the golden era of motion pictures. She died on 12 August 2014 after a stroke. Her distinctive roles in various movies are the reason for her net worth being so high.

A famous model and one of the greatest actresses of the 20th century, how rich was Lauren Bacall? Sources estimate that her total net worth is $20 million dollars, accumulated in her long and glorious career as an actress spanning 60 years, and being a pioneer for actresses of the 20th century era of movies.

Lauren Bacall Net Worth $20 Million

Lauren started her career as a model and later made her debut as an actress in the movie “To Have and Have Not”. After her family moved to Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn she joined the famous Highland Manor Boarding School, supported by the money of her rich uncles, and later she attended Julia Richman High School. She subsequently studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, alongside working as a fashion model and as a theatre usher. After her debut film in 1942, she was well on her path to becoming a celebrity. During the audition of “To Have and Have Not” she was very nervous and was shivering, and to control the shivering she pressed her chin down and in order to look at the cameras she tilted her eyes upward, which became her trademark look. Lauren used to refuse the scripts of the films which she didn’t liked and thus was referred to as very difficult to sign. In the 1950’s she was at the peak of her stardom, and appeared almost continuously in many films which were critically acclaimed and received many awards. These movies include “Young Man With a Horn” and “How to Marry a Millionaire”. In the 1960’s and 1970’s she appeared in very few movies, like “Woman of the Year” and “Applause”, for these two she won Tony Awards, and other movies in which she starred during this period include “Sex and the Single Girl”, “Cactus Flower” and “Murder on the Orient Express”.

Overall, Lauren Bacall appeared in over 60 films, more than 20 TV productions, and as many as 20 stage plays. All these appearances are the reason for her total net worth and her huge number of fans, added to from having written two autobiographies named “Lauren Bacall By Myself” and “Now”.

In her personal life, Lauren married iconic actor Humphrey Bogart 1945, and until 1957 when Bogart died due to esophageal cancer. After the death of her husband, Lauren became close to singer Frank Sinatra, but later their relationship ended apparently because Sinatra became angry when the story of how he proposed to Lauren reached the media. In 1961 she married another actor, Jason Robards in Mexico, but they divorced in 1969. She had a son with Bogart, and a son and daughter. Lauren is a known Democratic party supporter, also gave speeches for the presidential campaign of Adlai Stevenson in 1952, and was a strong opponent of the House Un-American Activities Committee of the 1950s.


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Actress

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Family Guy 2014 TV Series Evelyn
The Forger 2012 Anne-Marie
Ernest & Celestine 2012 The Grey One (English version, voice)
Wide Blue Yonder 2010 May
Scooby-Doo and the Goblin King 2008 Video The Grand Witch (voice)
Eve 2008/IV Short Grandma
The Walker 2007 Natalie Van Miter
These Foolish Things 2005 Dame Lydia
Manderlay 2005 Mam
The Limit 2004 Video May Markham
Birth 2004 Eleanor
Howl's Moving Castle 2004 Witch of the Waste (English version, voice)
Amália Traïda 2004 Short TV Announcer
Dogville 2003 Ma Ginger
The Venice Project 1999 Countess Camilla Volta
Diamonds 1999 Sin-Dee
Presence of Mind 1999 Mado Remei
Madeline: Lost in Paris 1999 Madame Lacroque (voice)
Too Rich: The Secret Life of Doris Duke 1999 TV Movie Doris Duke (elderly)
Chicago Hope 1998 TV Series Samara Visco Klein
Le jour et la nuit 1997 Sonia
My Fellow Americans 1996 Margaret Kramer
The Mirror Has Two Faces 1996 Hannah Morgan
From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler 1995 TV Movie Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler
Ready to Wear 1994 Slim Chrysler
Great Performances 1993 TV Series Narrator
Screen One 1993 TV Series Lisa
The General Motors Playwrights Theater 1993 TV Series
The Portrait 1993 TV Movie Fanny Church
All I Want for Christmas 1991 Lillian Brooks
A Star for Two 1991 Edwige
The Real Story of the Three Little Kittens 1990 Video short Freezelda (voice)
Misery 1990 Marcia Sindell
A Little Piece of Sunshine 1990 TV Movie Beatrix Coltrane
Dinner at Eight 1989 TV Movie Carlotta Vance
Innocent Victim 1989 Marsha Archdale
Mr. North 1988 Mrs. Cranston
Appointment with Death 1988 Lady Westholme
The Fan 1981 Sally Ross
HealtH 1980 Esther Brill
The Rockford Files 1979 TV Series Kendall Warren
Perfect Gentlemen 1978 TV Movie Mrs. Lizzie Martin
The Shootist 1976 Bond Rogers
Murder on the Orient Express 1974 Mrs. Hubbard
Applause 1973 TV Movie Margo Channing
Harper 1966 Mrs. Sampson
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre 1965 TV Series Amanda / Barbara
Sex and the Single Girl 1964 Sylvia
Mr. Broadway 1964 TV Series Barbara Lake
Shock Treatment 1964 Dr. Edwina Beighley
Dr. Kildare 1963 TV Series Virginia Herson
The DuPont Show of the Week 1963 TV Series Lorraine Boswell
North West Frontier 1959 Catherine Wyatt
The Gift of Love 1958 Julie Beck
Designing Woman 1957 Marilla Brown Hagen
Written on the Wind 1956 Lucy Moore Hadley
Patterns 1956 Lobby lady near elevators (uncredited)
Blithe Spirit 1956 TV Movie Elvira Condomine
Ford Star Jubilee 1956 TV Series Elvira Condomine
Blood Alley 1955 Cathy Grainger
The Cobweb 1955 Meg Faversen Rinehart
Producers' Showcase 1955 TV Series Gabby Maple
Woman's World 1954 Elizabeth Burns
How to Marry a Millionaire 1953 Schatze Page
Bright Leaf 1950 Sonia Kovac
Young Man with a Horn 1950 Amy North
Key Largo 1948 Nora Temple
Dark Passage 1947 Irene Jansen
The Big Sleep 1946 Vivian Rutledge
Confidential Agent 1945 Rose Cullen
To Have and Have Not 1944 Marie 'Slim' Browning

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Johnny Mercer: The Dream's on Me 2009 TV Movie documentary performer: "How Little We Know"
Bogart: The Untold Story 1996 TV Movie documentary performer: "And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine" 1944 - uncredited
Parade of Stars 1983 TV Movie performer: "Welcome to the Theatre", "Woman of the Year"
The 35th Annual Tony Awards 1981 TV Special performer: "One of the Boys"
The Fan 1981 performer: "HEARTS, NOT DIAMONDS"
The Shootist 1976 performer: "Willow, Tit Willow"
Applause 1973 TV Movie performer: "But Alive", "Who's That Girl?", "Hurry Back", "Fasten Your Seat Belts", "Welcome to the Theatre", "One of a Kind", "Something Greater", "Finale"
The 24th Annual Tony Awards 1970 TV Special performer: "Applause/Welcome to the Theatre"
Sex and the Single Girl 1964 "What Is This Thing Called Love?"
The Big Sleep 1946 performer: "And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine" - uncredited
Two Guys from Milwaukee 1946 performer: "And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine" - uncredited
To Have and Have Not 1944 performer: "How Little We Know" 1944, "Am I Blue?" 1929 uncredited

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dogville Confessions 2003 Documentary thanks
S1m0ne 2002 Simone wishes to thank the following for their contribution to the making of Simone
The Life and Times of Kirk Douglas 2000 Video documentary short special thanks
Nighthawks 1999 Short dedicatee
American Masters 1999 TV Series documentary special thanks - 1 episode

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Parade of Stars 1983 TV Movie Herself - Tess Harding
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to John Huston 1983 TV Special Herself - Hostess
Natalie - A Tribute to a Very Special Lady 1982 TV Movie documentary Herself
The Wayne Newton Special 1982 TV Special
Night of 100 Stars 1982 TV Special Herself
The 35th Annual Tony Awards 1981 TV Special Herself - Performer & Winner: Best Actress in a Musical
The Barbara Walters Summer Special 1981 TV Series Herself - Guest
The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts 1980 TV Special Herself
Stars en Campagne 1980 TV Movie documentary Herself
Live from Lincoln Center 1980 TV Series Herself
The Mike Douglas Show 1979-1980 TV Series Herself - Actress
Good Morning America 1980 TV Series Herself - Guest
Circus of the Stars #3 1979 TV Special documentary Herself - Ringmaster
Apostrophes 1979 TV Series Herself
V.I.P. Night on Broadway Benefit 1979 TV Movie Herself - Performer
The 51st Annual Academy Awards 1979 TV Special documentary Herself - Co-Presenter: Writing Awards
Everyday 1979 TV Series Herself
The 32nd Annual Tony Awards 1978 TV Special Herself - Presenter
The Fim Society of Lincoln Center Tribute to George Cukor 1978 TV Movie Herself
CBS: On the Air 1978 TV Mini-Series documentary
The American Film Institute's 10th Anniversary Special 1977 TV Movie Herself
The 31st Annual Tony Awards 1977 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Best Musical & Special Award to Lily Tomlin
Jimmy Carter's Inaugural Gala 1977 TV Movie Herself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to William Wyler 1976 TV Special documentary Herself (uncredited)
Salute to Sir Lew - The Master Showman 1975 TV Movie documentary Herself
The 47th Annual Academy Awards 1975 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Best Costume Design
Dinah! 1975 TV Series Herself - Guest
The David Frost Show 1971-1972 TV Series Herself - Guest
The 25th Annual Tony Awards 1971 TV Special Herself - Co-Host & Performer
The 24th Annual Tony Awards 1970 TV Special Herself - Performer and Winner: Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical
The 23rd Annual Tony Awards 1969 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Best Performance by Lead Actor in a Play
The Match Game 1965-1968 TV Series Team Captain / Herself
The Paris Collections: Fall Fashion Preview 1968 TV Special documentary Herself
What's My Line? 1953-1967 TV Series Herself - Mystery Guest
The 21st Annual Tony Awards 1967 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play
ABC Stage 67 1967 TV Series Herself
The 32th Annual New York Film Critics Circle Awards 1967 TV Special Herself - Audience Member
The 20th Annual Tony Awards 1966 TV Special Herself - Presenter
Call My Bluff 1965 TV Series Herself
The Danny Kaye Show 1965 TV Series Herself
Password All-Stars 1965 TV Series Herself
Get the Message 1964 TV Series Herself
The 18th Annual Tony Awards 1964 TV Special Herself - Presenter
Talent Scouts 1963 TV Series Herself
I've Got a Secret 1963 TV Series Herself - Guest Panelist
Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall 1963 TV Series Herself - Guest
Heavyweight Elimination Contest: Cassius Clay vs. Doug Jones 1963 Herself - Audience Member
The 16th Annual Tony Awards 1962 TV Special Herself - Audience Member
Gala Adlai on Broadway 1960 TV Movie Herself - Host and Performer
The 14th Annual Tony Awards 1960 TV Special Herself - Presenter
The Jack Paar Tonight Show 1959 TV Series Herself
Sunday Showcase 1959 TV Series Herself
Small World 1958 TV Series Herself
The Ed Sullivan Show 1951-1956 TV Series Herself
1955 Motion Picture Theatre Celebration 1955 Short documentary Herself (uncredited)
The 27th Annual Academy Awards 1955 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Scientific & Technical Awards
Light's Diamond Jubilee 1954 TV Movie documentary Herself
A Star Is Born World Premiere 1954 TV Short Herself
Person to Person 1954 TV Series documentary Herself
The Colgate Comedy Hour 1953 TV Series Herself
Two Guys from Milwaukee 1946 Herself (uncredited)
Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff 2010 Documentary Herself - Interviewee
Janela Indiscreta 2010 TV Series Herself
The 82nd Annual Academy Awards 2010 TV Special Herself - Honorary Oscar recipient
Entertainment Tonight 2009 TV Series Herself
The Unseen Alistair Cooke 2008 TV Movie documentary Herself
Michael Parkinson's Greatest Entertainers 2007 TV Movie documentary Herself
Martha 2006 TV Series Herself - Guest
The Sopranos 2006 TV Series Herself
The 78th Annual Academy Awards 2006 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Introduced to Film noir
The Road to Manderlay 2005 TV Movie documentary Herself
Private Screenings 2005 TV Series Herself
Hollywood Greats 1977-2005 TV Series documentary Herself
On ne peut pas plaire 2005 TV Series Herself - Guest
The New Paul O'Grady Show 2005 TV Series Herself - Guest
Parkinson 2004-2005 TV Series Herself - Guest
Texas Monthly Talks 2005 TV Series Herself - Interviewee
CBS News Sunday Morning 2005 TV Series documentary Herself
The Early Show 2005 TV Series Herself - Guest
The View 2005 TV Series Herself - Guest
Today 1970-2005 TV Series Herself - Guest
GMTV 2004 TV Series Herself
Great Performances 1988-2004 TV Series Herself - Host / Herself / Narrator
V Graham Norton 2003 TV Series Herself - Guest
Nicole Kidman: An American Cinematheque Tribute 2003 TV Movie documentary Herself
Dogville Confessions 2003 Documentary Herself
Tribeca Film Festival Presents 2003 TV Movie documentary Herself
E! True Hollywood Story 2002 TV Series documentary Herself
The Rosie O'Donnell Show 1996-2002 TV Series Herself - Guest
Broadway Legends 2002 TV Movie documentary Herself
New York at the Movies 2002 TV Movie documentary Herself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Barbra Streisand 2001 TV Special documentary Herself
Vivement dimanche 2001 TV Series Herself - Guest
Greta Garbo: A Lone Star 2001 TV Movie documentary Herself / Narrator (voice)
So Graham Norton 2000 TV Series Herself - Guest
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart 1997-2000 TV Series Herself
Scene by Scene 2000 TV Series Herself
The Life and Times of Kirk Douglas 2000 Video documentary short Herself
Private View 2000 TV Series documentary Interviewer
Late Show with David Letterman 1994-2000 TV Series Herself - Guest / Herself
Louise Dahl-Wolfe: Painting with Light 1999 Short Herself - Interviewee
Radio City Music Hall: The Story Behind the Showplace 1999 TV Movie documentary Herself - Host
American Masters 1990-1999 TV Series documentary Herself
Cinema 3 1988-1999 TV Series Herself
The Howard Stern Radio Show 1999 TV Series Herself - Guest
5th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 1999 TV Special Herself
The 56th Annual Golden Globe Awards 1999 TV Movie documentary Herself - Presenter: Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama
Get Bruce 1999 Documentary Herself
The Directors 1999 TV Series documentary Herself
The Man Who Had Everything 1998 TV Movie documentary Narrator (voice)
Inside the Actors Studio 1998 TV Series Herself - Guest
4th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 1998 TV Special Herself
The Living Edens 1998 TV Series documentary Narrator
The 55th Annual Golden Globe Awards 1998 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture
Howard Hawks: American Artist 1997 TV Movie documentary Herself
Travel the World: Eastern Cities - Prague, Budapest and Istanbul 1997 TV Movie documentary Herself
Travel the World: Germany - The Rhine and Mosel, the Romantic Road 1997 TV Movie documentary Herself
Travel the World: Great Britain - London, Edinburgh 1997 TV Movie documentary Herself
Travel the World: Great Britain - North Wales, Cotswald Villages & Bath 1997 TV Movie documentary Herself
Travel the World: Greece - Athens and the Peloponnes, Greek Islands 1997 TV Movie documentary Herself
Travel the World: Ireland - Western Ireland, Dublin and Belfast 1997 TV Movie documentary Herself
Travel the World: Italy - Rome, Naples & the Amalfi Coast 1997 TV Movie documentary Herself
Travel the World: Italy - The Hilltowns of Tuscany, the Italian Riviera 1997 TV Movie documentary Herself
Travel the World: Spain - Toledo and Madrid, Seville and Andalusia 1997 TV Movie Herself
The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts 1997 TV Special Herself - Honoree
The GQ Men of the Year Awards 1997 TV Special Herself
Very Important Pennis 1997 TV Series Herself
The 51st Annual Tony Awards 1997 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Best Direction of a Musical
Oscars 1997 1997 TV Movie Herself
The 69th Annual Academy Awards 1997 TV Special Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Supporting Role
Sports on the Silver Screen 1997 TV Movie documentary Herself (uncredited)
Thé ou café 1997 TV Series Herself
The 54th Annual Golden Globe Awards 1997 TV Special Herself - Winner: Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture
Humphrey Bogart: You Must Remember This... 1997 TV Movie documentary Herself
Showbiz Today 1996 TV Series Herself
The 3th Annual Women in Hollywood Awards 1996 TV Special Herself
A Benefit Celebration: A Tribute to Angela Lansbury 1996 TV Movie Herself - Performer
Días de cine 1992-1996 TV Series Herself
Corazón, corazón 1996 TV Series Herself
The Line King: The Al Hirschfeld Story 1996 Documentary Herself
La nuit des Césars 1996 TV Series documentary Herself - César D'honneur
AMC: Film Preservation Classics 1996 TV Series Herself - Host
Bogart: The Untold Story 1996 TV Movie documentary Herself
The 49th Annual Tony Awards 1995 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Best Play
Face to Face 1995 TV Series Herself
The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts 1994 TV Special Herself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 1994 TV Series Herself - Guest
Humphrey Bogart: Behind the Legend 1994 Documentary Herself
The 16th Annual CableACE Awards 1994 TV Special Herself - Presenter
Intimate Portrait 1993 TV Series documentary Herself
Hollywood Women 1993 TV Mini-Series documentary Herself
Aspel & Company 1989-1993 TV Series Herself
The 45th Annual Directors Guild Awards 1993 TV Special Herself - Presenter
Moving Image Salutes Al Pacino 1993 TV Movie Herself
The 50th Annual Golden Globe Awards 1993 TV Special Herself - Winner: Cecil B. DeMille Award
You Must Remember This: A Tribute to 'Casablanca' 1992 Video documentary short Narrator (voice)
Alistair Cooke Salute 1992 TV Movie Herself
On the Bridge 1992 Documentary Herself
The 46th Annual Tony Awards 1992 TV Special Herself
The Full Wax 1992 TV Series Herself
The 57th Annual New York Film Critics Circle Awards 1992 TV Special Herself
The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts 1991 TV Special Herself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Kirk Douglas 1991 TV Special documentary Herself
Hope for the Tropics 1991 TV Movie documentary Herself - Host
The 8th Annual American Cinema Awards 1991 TV Special Herself - Winner
That's What Friends Are for: Arista's 15th Anniversary Concert 1990 TV Movie documentary Herself
The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts 1990 TV Special Herself
Reflections on the Silver Screen 1990 TV Series Herself
7th Annual American Cinema Awards 1990 TV Special Herself - Presenter
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Gregory Peck 1989 TV Special Herself
The Dame Edna Experience 1989 TV Series Herself - Guest
From the Heart... The First International Very Special Arts Festival 1989 TV Movie Herself
Más estrellas que en el cielo 1989 TV Series documentary Herself - Guest
The 6th Annual American Cinema Awards 1989 TV Special Herself
Àngel Casas Show 1988 TV Series Herself - Guest
Gregory Peck: His Own Man 1988 Documentary Herself
John Huston: The Man, the Movies, the Maverick 1988 Documentary Herself
Film 2015 1987 TV Series Herself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1966-1987 TV Series Herself - Guest
The 1987 Annual Schweitzer Award Music Awards 1987 TV Special Herself - Presenter
The American Academy of Dramatic Arts Annual Tribute: A Salute to Kirk Douglas 1987 TV Movie Herself - Speaker
The 59th Annual Academy Awards 1987 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Best Costume Design
The Annual Waldorf Gala Salute to Myrna Loy 1985 TV Movie Herself
The 12th Annual International Emmy Awards Gala 1984 TV Special Herself - Presenter

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Sinatra: All or Nothing at All 2015 TV Mini-Series Herself
The Oscars 2015 TV Special Herself - Actress (In Memoriam)
21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2015 TV Special Herself - In Memoriam
Entertainment Tonight 2014 TV Series Herself
The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards 2014 TV Special Herself - In Memoriam
Channel 4 News 2014 TV Series Herself
Inside Edition 2014 TV Series documentary Herself
The Sixties 2014 TV Mini-Series documentary Herself - Actress
Cinéphiles de notre temps 2012 TV Series documentary Herself
Love, Marilyn 2012 Documentary Herself
Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel 2011 Documentary Herself
Making the Boys 2011 Documentary Herself
Reagan 2011 Documentary Herself
Moguls & Movie Stars: A History of Hollywood 2010 TV Mini-Series documentary Herself
Embracing Chaos: Making the African Queen 2010 Video documentary Herself
A Star Is Born: Special Features 2010 Video
Cinema 3 2009 TV Series Herself
Días de cine 2009 TV Series Herself
Johnny Mercer: The Dream's on Me 2009 TV Movie documentary Herself
Hollywood on the Tiber 2009 Documentary Herself
Empire State Building Murders 2008 TV Movie Penny Baxter
Banda sonora 2008 TV Series Herself
Spisok korabley 2008 Documentary
1 quart de 3 2008 TV Series Herself
Oscar, que empiece el espectáculo 2008 TV Movie documentary Herself (uncredited)
The Man Inside Dame Edna 2008 TV Movie documentary Herself
Agatha Christie: A Woman of Mystery 2007 Video documentary Mrs. Hubbard (in 'Murder on the Orient Express')
Cámara negra. Teatro Victoria Eugenia 2007 TV Short documentary Herself
Trumbo 2007 Documentary Herself
Underworld Histories 2007 TV Series Herself
La tele de tu vida 2007 TV Series Herself
Premio Donostia a Max Von Sydow 2006 TV Movie Herself
Premiere Bond: Opening Nights 2006 Video documentary short Herself
Headline News 2006 TV Series Marie 'Slim' Browning
Ciclo Agatha Christie 2005 TV Series documentary Herself
Cinema mil 2005 TV Series Herself
Premio Donostia a Willem Dafoe 2005 TV Movie Herself
American Masters 2004 TV Series documentary Herself
Larry King Live 2002 TV Series Schatze Page
Biography 1998-2002 TV Series documentary Nora Temple / Herself
Pulp Cinema 2001 Video documentary Herself
The Shootist: The Legend Lives On 2001 Video documentary short Bond Rogers (uncredited)
Marilyn Monroe: The Final Days 2001 TV Movie documentary Herself
Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall 2000 TV Short documentary Herself
ABC 2000: The Millennium 1999 TV Movie documentary
Smoke and Mirrors: A History of Denial 1999 Documentary Herself (uncredited)
The Best of Film Noir 1999 Video documentary Herself
The Rat Pack 1999 TV Series documentary Herself
The 71st Annual Academy Awards 1999 TV Special Lisa (uncredited)
The 20th Century: A Moving Visual History 1999 TV Mini-Series documentary Herself
Warner Bros. 75th Anniversary: No Guts, No Glory 1998 TV Movie documentary uncredited
The Fifties 1997 TV Mini-Series documentary Herself (concerned about HUAC) (uncredited)
Judy Garland's Hollywood 1997 Video documentary
Great Romances of the 20th Century: Humphrey Bogart & Lauren Bacall 1997 TV Short documentary Herself
Off the Menu: The Last Days of Chasen's 1997 Documentary Herself (with Bogie) (uncredited)
20th Century-Fox: The First 50 Years 1997 TV Movie documentary Herself (uncredited)
100 Years at the Movies 1994 TV Short documentary Herself
La classe américaine 1993 TV Movie Christelle
One on One: Classic Television Interviews 1993 TV Movie documentary Herself
The 65th Annual Academy Awards 1993 TV Special Herself
Katharine Hepburn: All About Me 1993 TV Movie documentary Herself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1992 TV Series Herself
Marilyn Monroe: Beyond the Legend 1987 Documentary Schatze Page
Hollywood Out-takes and Rare Footage 1983 Documentary Herself (uncredited)
Sixty Years of Seduction 1981 TV Movie documentary Herself
Hollywood on Trial 1976 Documentary Herself
The Men Who Made the Movies: Howard Hawks 1973 TV Movie documentary Herself (uncredited)
I due Kennedy 1969 Documentary Herself (uncredited)
Mia and Roman 1968 Documentary short Herself
Point Blank 1967 Herself - Actress in Film Clip from 'The Cobweb' (uncredited)
ABC Stage 67 1966 TV Series Herself
The Legend of Marilyn Monroe 1966 Documentary Herself (uncredited)
Marilyn 1963 Documentary Herself (scene from "How to Marry a Millionaire") (uncredited)
Hollywood: The Great Stars 1963 TV Movie documentary Actress 'Dark Pasage' (uncredited)
Hollywood: The Fabulous Era 1962 TV Movie documentary Herself
The Hollywood Ten 1950 Documentary short Herself (uncredited)
Screen Snapshots: Photoplay Gold Medal Awards 1948 Short Herself

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2012 CinEuphoria CinEuphoria Awards Career - Honorary Award
2010 Honorary Award Academy Awards, USA In recognition of her central place in the Golden Age of motion pictures.
2000 Lifetime Achievement Award Stockholm Film Festival
1998 Life Achievement Award Karlovy Vary International Film Festival
1997 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996)
1997 Berlinale Camera Berlin International Film Festival
1997 Lifetime Achievement Award Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards
1997 Lifetime Achievement Award Palm Springs International Film Festival
1997 Actor Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996)
1996 Honorary César César Awards, France For her whole works.
1996 SDFCS Award San Diego Film Critics Society Awards Best Supporting Actress The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996)
1994 NBR Award National Board of Review, USA Best Acting by an Ensemble Prêt- (1994) · Marcello Mastroianni, Sophia Loren, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Kim Basinger, Chiara Mastroianni, Stephen Rea, Anouk Aimée, Rupert Everett, Rossy de Palma, Tara Leon, Georgianna Robertson, Lili Taylor, Ute Lemper, Forest Whitaker, Tom Novembre, Richard E. Grant, Anne Canovas, Julia Roberts, Tim Robbins, Lyle Lovett, Tracey Ullman, Sally Kellerman, Linda Hunt, Teri Garr, Danny Aiello, Jean Rochefort, Michel Blanc
1994 Muse Award New York Women in Film & Television
1993 Cecil B. DeMille Award Golden Globes, USA
1992 Donostia Lifetime Achievement Award San Sebastián International Film Festival
1991 Career Achievement Award National Board of Review, USA
1979 Lucien Barrière Literary Award Deauville Film Festival
1967 Woman of the Year Hasty Pudding Theatricals, USA
1960 Star on the Walk of Fame Walk of Fame Motion Picture On 8 February 1960. At 1724 Vine Street.

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1999 OFTA Television Award Online Film & Television Association Best Actress in a Motion Picture or Miniseries Too Rich: The Secret Life of Doris Duke (1999)
1997 Oscar Academy Awards, USA Best Actress in a Supporting Role The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996)
1997 BAFTA Film Award BAFTA Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996)
1997 OFTA Film Award Online Film & Television Association Best Supporting Actress The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996)
1997 Golden Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996)
1988 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Informational Special Great Performances (1971) · Jac Venza, Joan Kramer, David Heeley
1980 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series The Rockford Files (1974)
1977 BAFTA Film Award BAFTA Awards Best Actress The Shootist (1976)
1973 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role Applause (1973)
1958 Golden Laurel Laurel Awards Top Female Star 11th place.

3rd place awards

3rd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1958 Golden Laurel Laurel Awards Top Female Comedy Performance Designing Woman (1957)

TitleSalary
The Shootist (1976) $50,000
Two Guys from Milwaukee (1946) $5,000
To Have and Have Not (1944) $125 /week
The Shootist (1976) $50,000
Two Guys from Milwaukee (1946) $5,000
To Have and Have Not (1944) $125 /week

#Fact
1 She quit smoking cigarettes in the mid-1980s.
2 Following her death, she was interred at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California.
3 Lauren Bacall passed away on August 12, 2014, at age 89. This was just one month before her longtime friend, Joan Rivers, passed away.
4 Lauren Bacall passed away on August 12, 2014, at age 89, and within seven months of four other television legends, either born in 1924 or 1925, aged 89: Martha Hyer, Russell Johnson, Mary Grace Canfield and Elaine Stritch, and just twenty-four days after her close friend James Garner, born 1928.
5 Lauren Bacall passed away on August 12, 2014, a month away from what would have been her 90th birthday on September 16.
6 Inspired by seeing Bette Davis in films, she enrolled at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts where she went out with Kirk Douglas, who was there on a scholarship. As girls were not accepted for scholarships, she was forced to leave after a year and got a job modeling swim wear then gowns while in the evenings she worked as an usherette.
7 Lauren Bacall passed away on August 12, 2014, at age 89. A month before her death, her lifelong best friend, James Garner, passed away.
8 She was educated through the expense of wealthy uncles at Highland Manor, a private boarding school in Tarrytown, New York and Julia Richman High School in Manhattan.
9 Her father was a medical instrument salesman and her mother was a secretary.
10 When she was 6, her parents divorced and her mother adopted the surname Bacal. Lauren added an L to it to avoid her name rhyming with crackle.
11 She originally wanted and intended to be a dancer having attended ballet classes since infancy but in adolescence was drawn to acting.
12 Gave birth to her 3rd child at age 37, a son Sam Robards on December 16, 1961. Child's father was her 2nd [now ex] husband, Jason Robards.
13 Gave birth to her 2nd child at age 27, a daughter Leslie Bogart on August 23, 1952. Child's father was her 1st husband, Humphrey Bogart.
14 Gave birth to her 1st child at age 24, a son Stephen H. Bogart on January 6, 1949. Child's father was her 1st husband, Humphrey Bogart.
15 She was the only Academy Award winner to have been married to two other winners (Humphrey Bogart, Jason Robards).
16 Along with Veronica Lake, Julie London and Rita Hayworth, she was one of four inspirations that helped compose the character Jessica Rabbit.
17 According to her autobiography, "By Myself and Then Some", Bacall lost her virginity to future husband Humphrey Bogart at age 19 when they began an affair in February 1944.
18 Delivered all three of her children (Stephen H. Bogart, Leslie Bogart and Sam Robards) naturally.
19 Returned to work 6 months after giving birth to her daughter Leslie Bogart in order to begin filming How to Marry a Millionaire (1953).
20 Was the second name entered on IMDB, just after Fred Astaire (nm0000001) and just before Brigitte Bardot (nm0000003).
21 Was referenced in the stage and movie versions of the musical "Evita" in the song, "Rainbow High": "I'm their Savior! That's what they call me, so Lauren Bacall me. Anything goes!".
22 According to her son Stephen, she was good friends with actress Maureen O'Hara.
23 Although she and her husband, Humphrey Bogart, initially protested the House Un-American Activities Committee, they both eventually succumbed to pressure and distanced themselves from the Hollywood Ten in a March 1948 Photoplay Magazine article penned by Bogart titled "I'm no communist.".
24 One of the auditoriums in Tuckwood cineplex in Belgrade, Serbia bears her name.
25 Humphrey Bogart campaigned for her to star alongside him as Laurel Gray in In a Lonely Place (1950), but the role was, instead, given to Gloria Grahame.
26 She was awarded a Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars on January 10, 1997.
27 She was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 1724 Vine Street on February 8, 1960.
28 Campaigned for Harry S. Truman in the 1948 presidential election.
29 At the funeral for her husband, Humphrey Bogart, she put a whistle in his coffin. It was a reference to the famous line she says to him in their first film together To Have and Have Not (1944): "You know how to whistle, don't you? You just put your lips together and blow.".
30 She was close friends with Dirk Bogarde. Bacall had visited him at his home in London the day before he died in May 1999.
31 When Howard Hawks discovered her, he gave her the choice to work with either Cary Grant or Humphrey Bogart. Bacall was very tempted to work with Grant, but Hawks ended up casting her with Bogart in To Have and Have Not (1944), and one of Hollywood's greatest romances was started.
32 According to her autobiography, "By Myself and Then Some", she was always very self-conscious about the size of her feet, which she describes as big even for a woman of her exceptional height.
33 She was dismissed by Howard Hawks because she had a high nasal voice, but she spent two weeks developing her voice and, when she came back to visit Hawks two weeks later, she had a deep husky voice.
34 She was 17 when she met and became close friends with Gregory Peck. She was an usherette at the time. They remained close until his death.
35 In Italy, she was dubbed by Clelia Bernacchi at the beginning of her career, then in most cases by Lidia Simoneschi. Franca Dominici, Renata Marini and Anna Miserocchi also lent their voice to Bacall at some point.
36 She made two movies with John Wayne, Blood Alley (1955) and The Shootist (1976). In the earlier film, during production, Bacall's husband at the time, Humphrey Bogart, was dying of throat cancer. When she made the latter film with Wayne, he had lost a lung to cancer twelve years earlier, which mirrored the fate of his character in the story.
37 Daughter Leslie Bogart is childhood friends with Lorna Luft.
38 Son Sam Robards was born December 16, 1961 with second husband Jason Robards. Bacall's longtime friend Katharine Hepburn, was his godmother.
39 Daughter Leslie Bogart was born on August 23, 1952. She was named after actor Leslie Howard, who helped Humphrey Bogart get his breakthrough role in the play, The Petrified Forest (1936).
40 Son Stephen H. Bogart was born on January 6, 1949. He was named after father Humphrey Bogart's character from To Have and Have Not (1944).
41 Lauren's father, William Perske, was born in New Jersey, to Jewish immigrants from the Russian Empire. Lauren's mother, Natalie Weinstein-Bacal, was a Romanian Jewish immigrant.
42 A well respected actress for the past sixty years, she had only been nominated once for an Academy Award. She was 73 when she was nominated for The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996).
43 Was mentioned along with late husband Humphrey Bogart in the 1981 song "Key Largo" ("We had it all, just like Bogie and Bacall").
44 Her appearance on a cover of Harper's Bazaar magazine at 18 years of age led to her first film role; she was spotted by the wife of director Howard Hawks, who gave her a screen test and cast her in To Have and Have Not (1944). The role was actually based on and named for Hawks' wife at that time, Nancy Gross "Slim" Hawks. She repeated this "tribute" in Ready to Wear (1994), produced just a short time after "Slim" Hawks (name at the time of death: Nancy "Slim" Keith, Lady Keith) died, playing a character named Slim Chrysler, and released to theaters fifty years after the premier of To Have and Have Not (1944).
45 Was portrayed by Kathryn Harrold in Bogie (1980).
46 From 2009 until her death in August 2014, she was the only surviving legend mentioned in a popular phrase from Madonna's 1990 #1 hit song "Vogue". Other legends mentioned: Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, Grace Kelly, Jean Harlow, Fred Astaire, Rita Hayworth and Bette Davis, who all died before the release of the song. Greta Garbo, Marlene Dietrich, Joe DiMaggio, Marlon Brando, Gene Kelly, Ginger Rogers, Katharine Hepburn and Lana Turner all died in following years.
47 Had won two Tony Awards as Best Actress (Musical): in 1970, for her role as Margo Channing in "Applause", a musical based on the movie, All About Eve (1950); and in 1981, for "Woman of the Year", also based on a movie of the same name, Woman of the Year (1942). Her Tony for "Applause" was presented by Walter Matthau.
48 Katharine Hepburn, her longtime friend, is the godmother of her son, Sam Robards.
49 Her marriage to Humphrey Bogart occurred at the Pleasant Valley area of Richland County, Ohio home of Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Louis Bromfield, Malabar Farm (4 miles southeast of Lucas within Monroe Township). The home is now an Ohio State Park.
50 Actress Kathleen Turner had often been compared to Bacall. When Turner and Bacall met, Turner reportedly introduced herself to Bacall by saying "Hi, I'm the young you.".
51 Her autobiography, "By Myself", won a National Book Award in 1980.
52 Had starred, with her husband Humphrey Bogart, on the syndicated radio program "Bold Venture" (1951-52). Her character's name was Sailor Duval.
53 With late husband Humphrey Bogart, had a kind of vocal disorder named after her. "Bogart-Bacall syndrome"' (or BBS) is a form of muscle tension dysphonia most common in professional voice users (actors, singers, television/radio presenters, etc.) who habitually use a very low speaking pitch. BBS is more common among women than men and has been blamed on "social pressure on professional women to compete with men in the business arena".
54 Won a Tony Award for her role as Margo Channing in the Broadway production of "Applause", a musical based on the movie, All About Eve (1950). It was presented by Walter Matthau.
55 Is one of the initial "Rat Pack" with Humphrey Bogart, Frank Sinatra, Irving Paul Lazar (aka "Swifty" Lazar) and their close friends.
56 She was an only child of William Perske and Natalie Weinstein-Bacal.
57 Having lost her job as a showroom model and quit acting school for lack of funds, the teenage Bacall found work as a Broadway theater usher. George Jean Nathan voted her the prettiest usher of the 1942 season in the pages of "Esquire".
58 Still undiscovered, Bacall volunteered as a hostess at the New York chapter of the Stage Door Canteen, working Monday nights when theaters were closed.
59 Those close to her called her by her real first name, "Betty".
60 She and former Israeli Prime Minister and President Shimon Peres were relatives. Both had the same original last name - Perske. However, the two were not first cousins as has been commonly reported, and in a 2014 interview shortly after Bacall's death, Peres stated that he was unsure of their exact connection.
61 Her screen persona was totally based and modeled after Howard Hawks's wife, Slim. She even uses her name in To Have and Have Not (1944).
62 Shortly after Humphrey Bogart's death, she announced her engagement to Frank Sinatra to the press. Sinatra promptly backed out.
63 Used her mother's maiden name of Bacal, but added an extra "L" when she entered the cinema.
64 Was crowned "Miss Greenwich Village" in 1942.
65 Bacall lived in the same New York apartment building (The Dakota) as Beatle John Lennon when he was shot and later died on December 8, 1980. When interviewed on the subject in a recent British television program hosted by former model Twiggy, Bacall said she had heard the gunshot but assumed that it was a car tire bursting or a vehicle backfiring.
66 Chosen by People magazine as one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the World (1997).
67 Mother of actor Sam Robards, Stephen H. Bogart and Leslie Bogart.
68 Ranked #11 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list. [October 1997]
69 Ranked #20 in the AFI's top 25 Actress Legends.
70 Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history (#6) (1995).
71 She quit smoking cigarettes in the mid-1980s.
72 Following her death, she was interred at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California.
73 Lauren Bacall passed away on August 12, 2014, at age 89. This was just one month before her longtime friend, Joan Rivers, passed away.
74 Lauren Bacall passed away on August 12, 2014, at age 89, and within seven months of four other television legends, either born in 1924 or 1925, aged 89: Martha Hyer, Russell Johnson, Mary Grace Canfield and Elaine Stritch, and just twenty-four days after her close friend James Garner, born 1928.
75 Lauren Bacall passed away on August 12, 2014, a month away from what would have been her 90th birthday on September 16.
76 Inspired by seeing Bette Davis in films, she enrolled at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts where she went out with Kirk Douglas, who was there on a scholarship. As girls were not accepted for scholarships, she was forced to leave after a year and got a job modeling swim wear then gowns while in the evenings she worked as an usherette.
77 Lauren Bacall passed away on August 12, 2014, at age 89. A month before her death, her lifelong best friend, James Garner, passed away.
78 She was educated through the expense of wealthy uncles at Highland Manor, a private boarding school in Tarrytown, New York and Julia Richman High School in Manhattan.
79 Her father was a medical instrument salesman and her mother was a secretary.
80 When she was 6, her parents divorced and her mother adopted the surname Bacal. Lauren added an L to it to avoid her name rhyming with crackle.
81 She originally wanted and intended to be a dancer having attended ballet classes since infancy but in adolescence was drawn to acting.
82 Gave birth to her 3rd child at age 37, a son Sam Robards on December 16, 1961. Child's father was her 2nd [now ex] husband, Jason Robards.
83 Gave birth to her 2nd child at age 27, a daughter Leslie Bogart on August 23, 1952. Child's father was her 1st husband, Humphrey Bogart.
84 Gave birth to her 1st child at age 24, a son Stephen H. Bogart on January 6, 1949. Child's father was her 1st husband, Humphrey Bogart.
85 She was the only Academy Award winner to have been married to two other winners (Humphrey Bogart, Jason Robards).
86 Along with Veronica Lake, Julie London and Rita Hayworth, she was one of four inspirations that helped compose the character Jessica Rabbit.
87 According to her autobiography, "By Myself and Then Some", Bacall lost her virginity to future husband Humphrey Bogart at age 19 when they began an affair in February 1944.
88 Delivered all three of her children (Stephen H. Bogart, Leslie Bogart and Sam Robards) naturally.
89 Returned to work 6 months after giving birth to her daughter Leslie Bogart in order to begin filming How to Marry a Millionaire (1953).
90 Was the second name entered on IMDB, just after Fred Astaire (nm0000001) and just before Brigitte Bardot (nm0000003).
91 Was referenced in the stage and movie versions of the musical "Evita" in the song, "Rainbow High": "I'm their Savior! That's what they call me, so Lauren Bacall me. Anything goes!".
92 According to her son Stephen, she was good friends with actress Maureen O'Hara.
93 Although she and her husband, Humphrey Bogart, initially protested the House Un-American Activities Committee, they both eventually succumbed to pressure and distanced themselves from the Hollywood Ten in a March 1948 Photoplay Magazine article penned by Bogart titled "I'm no communist.".
94 One of the auditoriums in Tuckwood cineplex in Belgrade, Serbia bears her name.
95 Humphrey Bogart campaigned for her to star alongside him as Laurel Gray in In a Lonely Place (1950), but the role was, instead, given to Gloria Grahame.
96 She was awarded a Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars on January 10, 1997.
97 She was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 1724 Vine Street on February 8, 1960.
98 Campaigned for Harry S. Truman in the 1948 presidential election.
99 At the funeral for her husband, Humphrey Bogart, she put a whistle in his coffin. It was a reference to the famous line she says to him in their first film together To Have and Have Not (1944): "You know how to whistle, don't you? You just put your lips together and blow.".
100 She was close friends with Dirk Bogarde. Bacall had visited him at his home in London the day before he died in May 1999.
101 When Howard Hawks discovered her, he gave her the choice to work with either Cary Grant or Humphrey Bogart. Bacall was very tempted to work with Grant, but Hawks ended up casting her with Bogart in To Have and Have Not (1944), and one of Hollywood's greatest romances was started.
102 According to her autobiography, "By Myself and Then Some", she was always very self-conscious about the size of her feet, which she describes as big even for a woman of her exceptional height.
103 She was dismissed by Howard Hawks because she had a high nasal voice, but she spent two weeks developing her voice and, when she came back to visit Hawks two weeks later, she had a deep husky voice.
104 She was 17 when she met and became close friends with Gregory Peck. She was an usherette at the time. They remained close until his death.
105 In Italy, she was dubbed by Clelia Bernacchi at the beginning of her career, then in most cases by Lidia Simoneschi. Franca Dominici, Renata Marini and Anna Miserocchi also lent their voice to Bacall at some point.
106 She made two movies with John Wayne, Blood Alley (1955) and The Shootist (1976). In the earlier film, during production, Bacall's husband at the time, Humphrey Bogart, was dying of throat cancer. When she made the latter film with Wayne, he had lost a lung to cancer twelve years earlier, which mirrored the fate of his character in the story.
107 Daughter Leslie Bogart is childhood friends with Lorna Luft.
108 Son Sam Robards was born December 16, 1961 with second husband Jason Robards. Bacall's longtime friend Katharine Hepburn, was his godmother.
109 Daughter Leslie Bogart was born on August 23, 1952. She was named after actor Leslie Howard, who helped Humphrey Bogart get his breakthrough role in the play, The Petrified Forest (1936).
110 Son Stephen H. Bogart was born on January 6, 1949. He was named after father Humphrey Bogart's character from To Have and Have Not (1944).
111 Lauren's father, William Perske, was born in New Jersey, to Jewish immigrants from the Russian Empire. Lauren's mother, Natalie Weinstein-Bacal, was a Romanian Jewish immigrant.
112 A well respected actress for the past sixty years, she had only been nominated once for an Academy Award. She was 73 when she was nominated for The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996).
113 Was mentioned along with late husband Humphrey Bogart in the 1981 song "Key Largo" ("We had it all, just like Bogie and Bacall").
114 Her appearance on a cover of Harper's Bazaar magazine at 18 years of age led to her first film role; she was spotted by the wife of director Howard Hawks, who gave her a screen test and cast her in To Have and Have Not (1944). The role was actually based on and named for Hawks' wife at that time, Nancy Gross "Slim" Hawks. She repeated this "tribute" in Ready to Wear (1994), produced just a short time after "Slim" Hawks (name at the time of death: Nancy "Slim" Keith, Lady Keith) died, playing a character named Slim Chrysler, and released to theaters fifty years after the premier of To Have and Have Not (1944).
115 Was portrayed by Kathryn Harrold in Bogie (1980).
116 From 2009 until her death in August 2014, she was the only surviving legend mentioned in a popular phrase from Madonna's 1990 #1 hit song "Vogue". Other legends mentioned: Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, Grace Kelly, Jean Harlow, Fred Astaire, Rita Hayworth and Bette Davis, who all died before the release of the song. Greta Garbo, Marlene Dietrich, Joe DiMaggio, Marlon Brando, Gene Kelly, Ginger Rogers, Katharine Hepburn and Lana Turner all died in following years.
117 Had won two Tony Awards as Best Actress (Musical): in 1970, for her role as Margo Channing in "Applause", a musical based on the movie, All About Eve (1950); and in 1981, for "Woman of the Year", also based on a movie of the same name, Woman of the Year (1942). Her Tony for "Applause" was presented by Walter Matthau.
118 Katharine Hepburn, her longtime friend, is the godmother of her son, Sam Robards.
119 Her marriage to Humphrey Bogart occurred at the Pleasant Valley area of Richland County, Ohio home of Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Louis Bromfield, Malabar Farm (4 miles southeast of Lucas within Monroe Township). The home is now an Ohio State Park.
120 Actress Kathleen Turner had often been compared to Bacall. When Turner and Bacall met, Turner reportedly introduced herself to Bacall by saying "Hi, I'm the young you.".
121 Her autobiography, "By Myself", won a National Book Award in 1980.
122 Had starred, with her husband Humphrey Bogart, on the syndicated radio program "Bold Venture" (1951-52). Her character's name was Sailor Duval.
123 With late husband Humphrey Bogart, had a kind of vocal disorder named after her. "Bogart-Bacall syndrome"' (or BBS) is a form of muscle tension dysphonia most common in professional voice users (actors, singers, television/radio presenters, etc.) who habitually use a very low speaking pitch. BBS is more common among women than men and has been blamed on "social pressure on professional women to compete with men in the business arena".
124 Won a Tony Award for her role as Margo Channing in the Broadway production of "Applause", a musical based on the movie, All About Eve (1950). It was presented by Walter Matthau.
125 Is one of the initial "Rat Pack" with Humphrey Bogart, Frank Sinatra, Irving Paul Lazar (aka "Swifty" Lazar) and their close friends.
126 She was an only child of William Perske and Natalie Weinstein-Bacal.
127 Having lost her job as a showroom model and quit acting school for lack of funds, the teenage Bacall found work as a Broadway theater usher. George Jean Nathan voted her the prettiest usher of the 1942 season in the pages of "Esquire".
128 Still undiscovered, Bacall volunteered as a hostess at the New York chapter of the Stage Door Canteen, working Monday nights when theaters were closed.
129 Those close to her called her by her real first name, "Betty".
130 She and former Israeli Prime Minister and President Shimon Peres were relatives. Both had the same original last name - Perske. However, the two were not first cousins as has been commonly reported, and in a 2014 interview shortly after Bacall's death, Peres stated that he was unsure of their exact connection.
131 Her screen persona was totally based and modeled after Howard Hawks's wife, Slim. She even uses her name in To Have and Have Not (1944).
132 Shortly after Humphrey Bogart's death, she announced her engagement to Frank Sinatra to the press. Sinatra promptly backed out.
133 Used her mother's maiden name of Bacal, but added an extra "L" when she entered the cinema.
134 Was crowned "Miss Greenwich Village" in 1942.
135 Bacall lived in the same New York apartment building (The Dakota) as Beatle John Lennon when he was shot and later died on December 8, 1980. When interviewed on the subject in a recent British television program hosted by former model Twiggy, Bacall said she had heard the gunshot but assumed that it was a car tire bursting or a vehicle backfiring.
136 Chosen by People magazine as one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the World (1997).
137 Mother of actor Sam Robards, Stephen H. Bogart and Leslie Bogart.
138 Ranked #11 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list. [October 1997]
139 Ranked #20 in the AFI's top 25 Actress Legends.
140 Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history (#6) (1995).

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1 [on Michael Curtiz] His great talent was moving the camera around. "Bright Leaf" was a joke, but I was thrilled to work with Cooper. "Young Man," I thought was pretty good though Mike Curtiz was not the ideal director for the Bix Beiderbecke story.
2 [on "The Cobweb"] We used to kid about that while making it; the movie was about the God-damned drapes. Vincente was a marvelous man, but totally visual. He was not so interested in actors.
3 [on "A Woman's Wold"] Not a giant hit, but I got terrific reviews. Clifton Webb was Bogie's old friend, and Fred MacMurray was terrific; he was someone else who was never appreciated.
4 [on "Confidential Agent"] A very bad experience for Boyer and myself. He was wonderful. But Herman Schumin, who directed, knew nothing about movies. He gave me terrible direction, if any. It was just a nightmare. Schumlin did nothing to help. The press killed me - after building me into this combination of Gabo and Dietrich and Mae West and God-knows-who. Sddenly I became this nothing. I spent the next 20 years building myself back up to where I had any confidence at all in what I could do.
5 [on "Shock Treatmenr"] A nightmare!"
6 [on Bette Davis] Well, I must say that I always loved her. And I think that she - for me - was the best actress and the most exciting female star on the screen. I think her work will live forever. I think it's timeless. And as she got older, her talent did not diminish. I mean, "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?" - she - it was a wonderful job of acting that she did. She looked like a fright, but that was the part. But she could convey almost anything. She was quite an extraordinary talent. And unfortunately, she didn't have an opportunity to do as much a she wanted to, but she was a woman who had to work. And I understand that better than most people do - that you have to work.
7 [on filming her most famous scene, in To Have and Have Not (1944)] My hand was shaking, my head was shaking, the cigarette was shaking, I was mortified. The harder I tried to stop, the more I shook. I realized that one way to hold my trembling head still was to keep it down, chin low, almost to my chest, and eyes up at Bogart. It worked and turned out to be the beginning of The Look.
8 You learn to cope with whatever you have to cope with. I spent my childhood in New York, riding on subways and buses. And you know what you learn if you're a New Yorker? The world doesn't owe you a damn thing,
9 [on receiving an honorary Oscar] The thought when I get home that I'm going to have a two-legged man in my room is so exciting.
10 A woman isn't complete without a man. But where do you find a man - a real man - these days?
11 It's been misspelt a lot. He decided on it. It's not "Bogey". He signed it with an "ie". And that's good enough for me.
12 [on the Twilight films] Yes, I saw Twilight - my granddaughter made me watch it, she said it was the greatest vampire film ever. After the "film" was over I wanted to smack her across her head with my shoe, but I do not want a (tell-all) book called Grannie Dearest written on me when I die. So instead I gave her a DVD of Murnau's 1922 masterpiece Nosferatu (1922) and told her, "Now that's a vampire film!". And that goes for all of you! Watch Nosferatu instead!
13 [upon receiving her Honorary Oscar] A man at last!
14 On imagination: Imagination is the highest kite that can fly.
15 I think your whole life shows in your face and you should be proud of that.
16 [on John Huston] He was about something.
17 [on Humphrey Bogart] Was he tough? In a word, no. Bogey was truly a gentle soul.
18 I'm a total Democrat. I'm anti-Republican. And it's only fair that you know it... I'm liberal. The L word!
19 A legend involves the past. I don't like categories. This one is great and that one is great. The word "great" stands for something. When you talk about a great actor, you're not talking about Tom Cruise. His whole behavior is so shocking. It's inappropriate and vulgar and absolutely unacceptable to use your private life to sell anything commercially, but I think it's kind of a sickness.
20 We live in an age of mediocrity. Stars today are not the same stature as Bogie [Humphrey Bogart], James Cagney, Spencer Tracy, Henry Fonda and Jimmy Stewart [James Stewart].
21 Actors today go into TV, which I don't consider has a lot to do with acting. They only think of stardom. If you photograph well, that's enough. I have a terrible time distinguishing one from another. Girls wear their hair the same, and are much too anorexic-looking.
22 I put my career in second place throughout both my marriages and it suffered. I don't regret it. You make choices. If you want a good marriage, you must pay attention to that. If you want to be independent, go ahead. You can't have it all.
23 I am still working, I've never stopped and, while my health holds out, I won't stop.
24 I would hate now [2005] to be married. It does occur to me on occasion that, if I fall and hit my head, there will be no one to make the phone call. But who wants to think about that disaster? I'd prefer not to.
25 I remember my oldest son, Steve, saying to me once, "I don't ever remember seeing you with an apron on." And I thought, "That's right, honey, you did not." That was his concept of what a mother should be.
26 I don't think being the only child of a single parent helped. I was always a little unsteady in my self-belief. Then there was the Jewish thing. I love being Jewish, I have no problem with it at all. But it did become like a scar, with all these people saying you don't look it.
27 I was this flat-chested, big-footed, lanky thing.
28 I never believed marriage was a lasting institution. I thought that to be married for five years was to be married forever.
29 [on Michael Curtiz] His great talent was moving the camera around. "Bright Leaf" was a joke, but I was thrilled to work with Cooper. "Young Man," I thought was pretty good though Mike Curtiz was not the ideal director for the Bix Beiderbecke story.
30 [on "The Cobweb"] We used to kid about that while making it; the movie was about the God-damned drapes. Vincente was a marvelous man, but totally visual. He was not so interested in actors.
31 [on "A Woman's Wold"] Not a giant hit, but I got terrific reviews. Clifton Webb was Bogie's old friend, and Fred MacMurray was terrific; he was someone else who was never appreciated.
32 [on "Confidential Agent"] A very bad experience for Boyer and myself. He was wonderful. But Herman Schumin, who directed, knew nothing about movies. He gave me terrible direction, if any. It was just a nightmare. Schumlin did nothing to help. The press killed me - after building me into this combination of Gabo and Dietrich and Mae West and God-knows-who. Sddenly I became this nothing. I spent the next 20 years building myself back up to where I had any confidence at all in what I could do.
33 [on "Shock Treatmenr"] A nightmare!"
34 [on Bette Davis] Well, I must say that I always loved her. And I think that she - for me - was the best actress and the most exciting female star on the screen. I think her work will live forever. I think it's timeless. And as she got older, her talent did not diminish. I mean, "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?" - she - it was a wonderful job of acting that she did. She looked like a fright, but that was the part. But she could convey almost anything. She was quite an extraordinary talent. And unfortunately, she didn't have an opportunity to do as much a she wanted to, but she was a woman who had to work. And I understand that better than most people do - that you have to work.
35 [on filming her most famous scene, in To Have and Have Not (1944)] My hand was shaking, my head was shaking, the cigarette was shaking, I was mortified. The harder I tried to stop, the more I shook. I realized that one way to hold my trembling head still was to keep it down, chin low, almost to my chest, and eyes up at Bogart. It worked and turned out to be the beginning of The Look.
36 You learn to cope with whatever you have to cope with. I spent my childhood in New York, riding on subways and buses. And you know what you learn if you're a New Yorker? The world doesn't owe you a damn thing,
37 [on receiving an honorary Oscar] The thought when I get home that I'm going to have a two-legged man in my room is so exciting.
38 A woman isn't complete without a man. But where do you find a man - a real man - these days?
39 It's been misspelt a lot. He decided on it. It's not "Bogey". He signed it with an "ie". And that's good enough for me.
40 [on the Twilight films] Yes, I saw Twilight - my granddaughter made me watch it, she said it was the greatest vampire film ever. After the "film" was over I wanted to smack her across her head with my shoe, but I do not want a (tell-all) book called Grannie Dearest written on me when I die. So instead I gave her a DVD of Murnau's 1922 masterpiece Nosferatu (1922) and told her, "Now that's a vampire film!". And that goes for all of you! Watch Nosferatu instead!
41 [upon receiving her Honorary Oscar] A man at last!
42 On imagination: Imagination is the highest kite that can fly.
43 I think your whole life shows in your face and you should be proud of that.
44 [on John Huston] He was about something.
45 [on Humphrey Bogart] Was he tough? In a word, no. Bogey was truly a gentle soul.
46 I'm a total Democrat. I'm anti-Republican. And it's only fair that you know it... I'm liberal. The L word!
47 A legend involves the past. I don't like categories. This one is great and that one is great. The word "great" stands for something. When you talk about a great actor, you're not talking about Tom Cruise. His whole behavior is so shocking. It's inappropriate and vulgar and absolutely unacceptable to use your private life to sell anything commercially, but I think it's kind of a sickness.
48 We live in an age of mediocrity. Stars today are not the same stature as Bogie [Humphrey Bogart], James Cagney, Spencer Tracy, Henry Fonda and Jimmy Stewart [James Stewart].
49 Actors today go into TV, which I don't consider has a lot to do with acting. They only think of stardom. If you photograph well, that's enough. I have a terrible time distinguishing one from another. Girls wear their hair the same, and are much too anorexic-looking.
50 I put my career in second place throughout both my marriages and it suffered. I don't regret it. You make choices. If you want a good marriage, you must pay attention to that. If you want to be independent, go ahead. You can't have it all.
51 I am still working, I've never stopped and, while my health holds out, I won't stop.
52 I would hate now [2005] to be married. It does occur to me on occasion that, if I fall and hit my head, there will be no one to make the phone call. But who wants to think about that disaster? I'd prefer not to.
53 I remember my oldest son, Steve, saying to me once, "I don't ever remember seeing you with an apron on." And I thought, "That's right, honey, you did not." That was his concept of what a mother should be.
54 I don't think being the only child of a single parent helped. I was always a little unsteady in my self-belief. Then there was the Jewish thing. I love being Jewish, I have no problem with it at all. But it did become like a scar, with all these people saying you don't look it.
55 I was this flat-chested, big-footed, lanky thing.
56 I never believed marriage was a lasting institution. I thought that to be married for five years was to be married forever.

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