Famous Female American Directors
Explore our collection of featured famous female American directors, including Sofia Coppola (Lost in Translation), Julie Taymor (Across the Universe), Kathryn Bigelow and Nora Ephron. View full biographies, photos and videos, only at Biography.com.
Film Actress, Director, Producer, Model, Screenwriter / 1975 -
Actress Drew Barrymore gained early fame as a child star. She later struggled with substance abuse and notoriety, before re-emerging as a talented actress and producer.
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