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Created in 1999, Simply Streep is your premiere online resource on Meryl Streep's extensive work on film, television and the theatre - a career that is unmatched in modern film and that has won her numerous accolades, including three Academy Awards, and the praise to be one of the world's greatest working actresses. At Simply Streep, we have built an extensive collection to discover Miss Streep's work through an archive of press articles, pictures and videos, alongside information on the charities and causes she supports. There is much to discover, so enjoy your stay.
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  • April 23, 2017   |   8283 views
    February 23, 2009. Meryl Streep looks back on her career and her performances in The Deer Hunter, The Iron Woman, Out Of Africa and The Hours.
  • February 19, 2017   |   6401 views
    February 12, 2017. Meryl Streep was nominated for Best Performance by an Actress for "Florence Foster Jenkins". The BAFTA went to Emma Stone for "La La Land".
  • October 30, 2015   |   6396 views
    October 30, 2016. Meryl Streep receives the Stanley Kubrick Britannia Award for Excellence in Film. Presented by Stephen Frears.
  • February 12, 2012   |   5954 views
    February 12, 2012. Meryl Streep wins the BAFTA Award as Best Actress for "The Iron Lady".
  • February 21, 2010   |   6198 views
    February 21, 2010. Meryl was nominated as Best Actress for "Julie & Julia".
  • February 8, 2009   |   6321 views
    February 08, 2009. Meryl Streep was nominated as Best Actress for "Doubt".
  • February 12, 2005   |   5590 views
    Meryl Streep was nominated as Best Supporting Actress for "The Manchurian Candidate".
  • February 8, 2003   |   5527 views
    February 08, 2003. Meryl Streep accepts the BAFTA for Best Screenplay on behalf of Charlie Kaufman. She was also a double nominee this year for "Adaptation" and "The Hours".
  • March 1, 1984   |   5182 views
    1984. Meryl Streep was nominated as Best Actress for "Sophie's Choice" alongside Phyllis Logan and Jessica Lange. The BAFTA went to Julie Walters.