Streisand in 1966
|Born||Barbara Joan Streisand|
24 Aprile 1942
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
|Residence||Malibu, Californie, U.S.|
|Eddication||Erasmus Hall Heich Schuil|
|Net worth||$650 million (estimate as o August 2014)|
|Hauf-marrae(s)||Elliott Gould (m. 1963; div. 1971)|
James Brolin (m. 1998)
|Relatives||Roslyn Kind (hauf-sister)|
Barbara Joan Streisand (kent professionally as Barbra Streisand (pronoonced /ˈstraɪsænd/), born 24 Apryle 1942) is an American sangster, sangwriter, actress, an filmmaker. In a career spannin sax decades, she haes achieved success in multiple fields o enterteenment an haes been recognieed wi twa Academy Awairds, ten Grammy Awards includin the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Awaird an the Grammy Legend Awaird, five Emmy Awairds includin ane Daytime Emmy, a Special Tony Awaird, an American Film Institute awaird, a Kennedy Center Honors prize, fower Peabody Awairds, the Presidential Medal o Freedom, an nine Gowden Globes. She is amang a smaw group o enterteeners that hae been honoured wi an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, an Tony Awaird – tho anerly three war competitive awairds – an is ane o anerly twa airtists in that group that hae an aw wan a Peabody.
Efter beginnin a successfu recordin career in the 1960s, Streisand venturt intae film bi the end o that decade. She starned in the creetically acclaimed Funny Girl, for that she wan the Academy Awaird and Gowden Globe Awaird for Best Actress. Her ither films include The Owl and the Pussycat, The Way We Were, an A Star Is Born, for that she received her seicont Academy Awaird, componin muisic for the luve theme "Evergreen", the first wumman tae be honoured as a componer. Wi the release o Yentl in 1983, Streisand becam the first wumman tae write, produce, direct, an starn in a major studio film. The film wan an Oscar for Best Score an a Gowden Globe for Best Motion Pictur Muisical. Streisand an aw received the Gowden Globe Awaird for Best Director, acomin the first (an tae date anerly) wumman tae win that awaird.
Streisand is ane o the best-sellin recordin airtists o aw time, wi mair nor 68.5 million albums in the U.S. an wi a tot o 150 million records sauld warldwide makkin her the best-sellin female airtist amang tap-sellin airtists recognised bi the Recording Industry Association of America. The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) an Billboard recognise Streisand as hauldin the record for the maist tap 10 albums o ony female recordin airtist: a tot o 34 syne 1963. Accordin tae Billboard, Streisand haulds the record for the female wi the maist nummer ane albums (11). Billboard an aw recognises Streisand as the greatest female o aw time on its Billboard 200 chairt an ane o the greatest airtists o aw time on its Hot 100 chairt. Streisand is the anerly recordin artist tae hae a nummer-ane album in ilk o the last sax decades, haein released 53 gowd albums, 31 platinum albums, an 14 multi-platinum albums in the Unitit States.
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