It’s hard to imagine Hollywood without a glamorous actress.
They’re ubiquitous in films, on TV shows, and in pop culture, from the new Ghostbusters reboot to the latest Transformers reboot.
Hollywood is home to so many women that it’s impossible to know which roles and actresses you might want to visit if you’re just starting out.
But even though the stars and the actors of the past are gone, the actresses and the actresses’ personal lives are here.
Here are 25 women who were just as memorable as the men, and are still living beautiful lives in the movies and in real life.
Meryl Streep Meryl, who starred in the Oscar-nominated film Selma, died on Tuesday at the age of 85.
Streep starred in several of the films that earned her an Academy Award nomination for best supporting actress.
She also appeared in the critically acclaimed and award-winning The Sound of Music and the Academy Award-winning Beauty and the Beast.
MIND THE ROOM If you haven’t seen Selma yet, here’s the short version: Meryl is one of the greatest movie stars of all time.
She was a true feminist, and she was also a great writer, producer, and director.
In fact, Selma is the reason that I’m writing this article.
As you’ll see, Meryl was an incredible human being, and I hope that she leaves behind a legacy that will be truly inspiring to millions of women who have struggled to achieve what she achieved.
Gwyneth Paltrow Gwyn, the actress best known for playing the mother of two in The Dark Knight, passed away on Monday at the ripe old age of 89.
She died from complications from breast cancer.
Paltrows life was full of challenges and struggles.
The star of the award-winner film The Birth of a Nation also starred in The King of Queens and had a recurring role on The Sopranos.
Pootie Tang was her closest friend and fellow American Idol judge.
Punt is the most beloved and loved of the Paltrs, and her life was a story of love, triumph, and hard work.
Jennifer Garner Jennifer, the Black Widow, also passed away earlier this year.
Her mother, Barbara Parks, told The Associated Press that Jennifer was an “outstanding, beloved, caring and beautiful human being.”
The Oscar-winning actress starred in five films, including the acclaimed and Oscar-winner Selma and The King’s Speech, as well as the award winning Beauty and The Beast and the critically praised and Oscar nominated Beauty and a Beast.
Garner was the mother to actress Emmitt Smith and daughter Maya.
The actress had a long and illustrious career.
She played a young actress in The Godfather and the star of two television series: The Lying Detective and The Beverly Hillbillies.
She’s also had roles in films like the latest James Bond film Spectre and the recent Oscar winner The Danish Girl.
Rose McGowan Rose McGowans death in February at the young age of 36 was a devastating loss to the world, and for the most part, to Rose herself.
Rose had been diagnosed with Stage IV cancer in May, but she survived her battle with the disease and survived.
She received the Presidential Medal of Freedom on April 20, and will be remembered for her dedication and bravery in the face of her disease.
McGowan’s mother, Dorothy, wrote a letter to the press, saying, “Rose was a magnificent, inspiring and fearless woman who will be sorely missed.”
McGowan has been described as “one of the most influential women of our time.”
Mimi Imfurst Mimi is a Canadian-born, Swedish-born actress best remembered for playing a role in the 2003 comedy Happy Gilmore.
The movie was about two people trying to find happiness and found it in the form of an impulsive young girl who is obsessed with a fictional character called Happy Gilmore, who becomes a fixture on her family’s life.
Imfursers mother, Mika, wrote on her Facebook page, “I am in mourning.
I cannot express how saddened I am that Mimi died.
She touched so many people’s lives with her heart and her humor.”
Imfurbers sister, Mimi, wrote, “Mimi was an amazing person.
She is still with us, and we miss her.”
Rosie O’Donnell Rosie, the famous comedian who made her name in the late 1980s and early 1990s with her provocative and provocative brand of stand-up comedy, died at the beginning of May at the home she shared with her wife, Joanie.
O’Connell, who had a number of hit sitcoms, including The Dick Van Dyke Show and The Ellen DeGeneres Show, was a beloved figure in the comedy world.
She made appearances on The