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She's been the leading lady in such iconic films as "Ghostbusters," "Alien" and "Avatar" and her career spans more than three decades.
Sigourney Weaver was born in New York City in 1949 and had an early leg up in the acting world. Her father was an NBC television executive and her mother was a well-known English actress.
One of Weaver's first roles was in Woody Allen's 1977 comedy "Annie Hall," but it was two years later in 1979 that she gained international fame for role in the successful "Alien" move franchise.
Other well-known films include "Gorilla's in the Mist" and "Working Girl."
In 2009, Weaver starred in the acclaimed television movie "Prayers for Bobby" which was also nominated for numerous prestigious awards.
The film is based on the true life story of Bobby Griffith who killed himself due to his mother's religious intolerance towards his sexuality.
Weaver has long been an advocate for gay rights and is out promoting the release to DVD of the 2009 film.
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With their signature style and unforgettable sound, Duran Duran left an indelible imprint on the world of pop music.
Songs such as "Notorious" and "When you're hungry" topped the UK charts and turned the group in an international icon of the 1980s.
But their story didn't stop there.
In the last three decades, the group has sold more than 80 million albums, collaborating with some of the inudstry's biggest names and performing mammoth shows around the world for enduring fans.
This month, Duran Duran is joining forces with legendary music producer Mark Ronson.
In their 13th album entitled "All you need is now"
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