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With over 40 years in the showbiz industry, little-known singer Beverly D'Angelo is one of the most experienced actresses around today.
She learned visual arts in school and was a cartoon illustrator at Hanna-Barbera Studios. She left for Canada where she was a backup vocalist for bands like The Hawks and Elephants before dropping music to pursue an acting career.
Best Known For
She is a Golden Globe nominee for her role in 1980's Coal Miner's Daughter and an Emmy nominee for 1984’s A Streetcar Named Desire TV film. She also played Ellen Griswold in the National Lampoon Vacation movie series (1983-2015) and starred in Hair (1979) and American History X (1998).
Beverly is straight who famously dated Al Pacino (1997-2003) during which she birthed her kids. She was married to Italian royalty, Lorenzo Salviati (1981-1995) and had affairs with Neil Jordan for 6 years and Anton Furst for 4 until his suicide in 1991.
Other notable mentions include relationships with Milos Forman and Scott Baio.
She is the only girl of the 4 children of Eugene and Priscilla D'Angelo with Tony, Tim and Jeff as her brothers. In 2001, she became a mother to twins, Anton and Olivia, with Al Pacino as their dad.
Beverly is of the Christian faith and happens to be a committed worshipper.
Worth To Know
She also jams with her bassist brother, Jeff with her jazz band named Blue Martini every now and then.
The Ohio stadium (The Horseshoe) at the state university was designed by her granddad.
Friends with Laura Hutton, appearing on her face disc cosmetics commercials.