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Faye Dunaway is an American actress who has a net worth of $50 million. Faye Dunaway is best known for her performances in such films as “Bonnie and Clyde,” “The Thomas Crown Affair,” “Chinatown,” “Network,” and “Mommie Dearest.” She has also acted on stage in plays including “A Man for All Seasons,” “Hogan’s Goat,” and “Master Class.” Meanwhile, on television, Dunaway has appeared in numerous miniseries and made-for-TV movies.
Dunaway has had many romantic relationships throughout her life. Her first major one was with stand-up comic Lenny Bruce in 1962. Later, in 1967, she was engaged to photographer Jerry Schatzberg; they called off their engagement the following year. Dunaway subsequently had an affair with married Italian actor Marcello Mastroianni, who was her costar in the film “A Place for Lovers.” In 1974, Dunaway married her first husband, singer Peter Wolf of the J. Geils Band; they divorced in 1979. She next wed British photographer Terry O’Neill in 1983, three years after they adopted a son named Liam. Dunaway got divorced from O’Neill in 1987, after which time she dated English author Frederick Forsyth, and then entertainment executive Warren Lieberfarb. Her most recent publicized romantic relationship was with French actor Bernard Montiel, whom she was dating in the mid 90s.
Quotes by Faye Dunaway
"You just sort of let them go for a while, but it was time to have something done to my teeth. I'm glad. It's going to be good. Tom Cruise has braces now, too. I'm right in style."
"I often say the last role I played that really touched me and where I was able to access what I really am was Bonnie, which is kind of sad when you think how early in my career that was."
"You are an athlete when you're onstage. You can't get tired."
"I've been working on this feature script for Master Class, a play by Terrence McNally that won a lot of Tonys."
"It's true, I did a lot of great movies, and I'm happy. It was what it was, and now I think all of that has fed into where I am now, and I think it has taught me a lot."