The last part of today’s gallery update covers the late Ninetees to the early 2000s – with Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild and Gotham Award appearances in between. Also included are pictures from the benefit performance of “The World of Nick Adams”, which has been one of two collaborations of Meryl and Philip Seymour Hoffman in 2001 (the other being “The Seagull”). Enjoy browsing these last additions.


Appearances – 2001 – The World of Nick Adams Performance
Appearances – 2001 – A Magical Evening Gala
Appearances – 2000 – Joseph Papp Dinner
Appearances – 2000 – Miramax Pre-Oscar Party
Appearances – 2000 – Golden Globe Awards
Appearances – 1999 – Music of the Heart Premiere (New York)
Appearances – 1999 – Glamour Magazine Benefit Gala
Appearances – 1999 – Gotham Awards
Appearances – 1999 – Screen Actors Guild Awards – Arrivals
Appearances – 1999 – Golden Globe Awards – Arrivals

Part three covers the ninetees and the first of lifetime achievement honors, such as the handprints at Manns Chinese Theater, her star on the Walk of Fame and the Women in Film Crystal Award, alongside premieres for “The River Wild”, “The Bridges of Madison County”, “One True Thing” and “Dancing at Lughnasa”.


Appearances – 1998 – Dancing at Lughnasa Premiere (New York)
Appearances – 1998 – One True Thing Premiere (Los Angeles)
Appearances – 1998 – Walk of Fame Ceremony
Appearances – 1998 – Women in Hollywood Film Crystal Awards
Appearances – 1996 – Mothers and Others Family FunFest
Appearances – 1995 – Hamlet Opening Night
Appearances – 1995 – The Bridges of Madison County Premiere
Appearances – 1994 – The River Wild Premiere (Los Angeles)
Appearances – 1994 – Manns Chinese Theater Handprints
Appearances – 1994 – AFI Lifetime Achievement Award
Appearances – 1991 – Vital Spirit Honors

Part two of the gallery update includes public appearances between 1986 and 1990, during which Meryl won the People’s Choice Awards and included a bunch of opening nights on Broadway.


Appearances – 1990 – Postcards from the Edge Premiere
Appearances – 1990 – Warner Bros. Studios Dedication
Appearances – 1990 – Artists Unite for Big Green Art Preview
Appearances – 1989 – The Unsinkable Molly Brown Opening Night
Appearances – 1989 – She-Devil Wrap-Party
Appearances – 1989 – Great Balls of Fire Premiere
Appearances – 1989 – Golden Globe Awards
Appearances – 1988 – Speed-the-Plow Opening Night
Appearances – 1986 – Project Vote ’86

Get ready for a huge update today. Over 450 pictures have been added to the image library, all from public appearances between 1979 to 2001! Since a lot of albumbs have been updates, this update is split into four parts, so you can check all albums. Additionally, you can launch all last updated albums for a complete overview. The first part includes some great pictures from the premieres of “Kramer vs. Kramer” and “Sophie’s Choice”. Enjoy the new additions.


Appearances – 1986 – Steaming Premiere
Appearances – 1986 – People’s Choice Awards – Press Room
Appearances – 1984 – Public Conversation on Nuclear Weapons
Appearances – 1983 – National Theater Owner’s Awards
Appearances – 1982 – Sophie’s Choice Premiere (New York)
Appearances – 1982 – Lee Strasberg Memorial Service
Appearances – 1981 – Kennedy Center Honors
Appearances – 1981 – Crimes of the Heart Opening Night
Appearances – 1980 – Academy Awards Luncheon
Appearances – 1979 – Woody Allen’s New Year’s Eve Party
Appearances – 1979 – Kramer vs. Kramer Premiere (New York)

Three video clips reviewing Meryl’s recent visit to Paris, France, to promote the theatrical release of “August: Osage County” have been added to the video archive. Many thanks to Beatrice and Emmanuelle for the heads-up. Also, a video of Meryl being honored at the 2012 Charlie Foundation has been added as well. Enjoy the new clips.

Video Archive – News Segments – 2014 – Le Grand Soir 3 (February 24, 2014)
Video Archive – News Segments – 2014 – Telematin (February 24, 2014)
Video Archive – Career – August: Osage County – August: Osage County – Interview 02
Video Archive – Public Appearances – 2014 – The Charlie Foundation (2012)

Jimmy Kimmel’s post Academy Awards bash has been a tradition of awards season for the past nine years with previous guests for the hour long special including Ben Affleck and Tom Cruise. This year, the host has scored a lineup that includes nominees and some of his favourite guests. Best Actress nominee Meryl Streep will join Best Director favourite Martin Scorsese along with Captain Phillip’s newcomer Barkhad Abdi and this year’s Oscars host Ellen DeGeneres. Also dropping by will be Kevin Spacey who will serve as the lead guest while big names like Tom Hanks and Morgan Freeman will also make an appearance. Fans of the Hemsworth brothers are in for a treat as both Chris and Liam are scheduled to appear along with Christoph Waltz, Ben Kingsley, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Seth Rogen, Andy Garcia, Adam Driver, Queen Latifah, Gary Oldman and Anjelica Huston. Kimmel’s A-list guest list is largely helped by the fact he shoots his show across the street from the Dolby Theatre where this year’s Oscars will take place on Sunday night. The show will air live on ABC after the 86th Academy Awards and will also include a popular comedy video segment following the success of last year when Kimmel premiered the trailer for the star-filled Movie: The Movie. Many thanks to everybody for the heads-up.

The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center announced that tickets are publicly available for the 14th Annual Monte Cristo Award, honoring Meryl Streep. The award, presented to Ms. Streep at a Gala event in her honor, will be held at the Edison Ballroom, New York City, on Monday, April 21. Individual tickets start at $750, and can be purchased at www.theoneill.org. The Monte Cristo Award celebrates and honors a theater artist who exemplifies the great American dramatist Eugene O’Neill’s pioneering spirit and unceasing artistic commitment to excellence. The 14th Annual Monte Cristo Award will be presented by close friend, colleague, and fellow O’Neill alumnus Joe Grifasi. Meryl Streep’s great empathy for her characters and the diversity of women she has chosen to portray have distinguished her work in film, television, and theater for nearly three decades. A graduate of Vassar College and Yale School of Drama, one of Ms. Streep’s first professional jobs after Yale was with the O’Neill’s National Playwrights Conference in 1975, acting in five plays over six weeks. More information on ticket purchases can be found here.

Indiana University has announced actress Meryl Streep will receive an honorary doctoral degree during an April visit to the Bloomington campus. Streep will receive the degree during a ceremony in the beginning of her Jorgensen Guest Filmmaker Lecture at 3 p.m. April 16 at IU Auditorium. In 2010, Streep served as a keynote speaker for the Colloquium for Women of Indiana University’s fall workshop, part of the IU Women’s Philanthropy Initiative.

Indiana University is delighted to recognize Meryl Streep, one of our nation’s greatest living actors, for her extraordinary talents, her highly visible place in the arts and her role as a powerful advocate for women, as well as for her longstanding connection to our institution,” IU President Michael A. McRobbie said. “Through conferral of this honorary doctoral degree, we not only welcome her to the IU family but pay tribute to her remarkable contributions to cinema and to the fabric of American culture while also recognizing our own rich academic traditions in film and theater.

Streep will receive her honorary degree during a ceremony in the beginning of her Jorgensen Guest Filmmaker Lecture at 3 p.m. April 16 at IU Auditorium. The interview-format lecture will be led by Barbara Klinger, a professor in the College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Communication and Culture. The lecture is free and open to the public, but tickets are required. Tickets are available beginning March 3 at the IU Auditorium box office, open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. There is a limit of four tickets per person for the lecture. Thanks to everybody for the heads-up.