Below is the poem entitled Faye Dunaway which was written by poet Heather Ober. However, please remember, Poetry Soup is a place of encouragement and growth.Read Poems by Heather Ober Best Heather Ober Poems + Follow Poet With golden locks and fancy frocks, She looks just like Faye Dunaway.She's like a fox, smug as she rocks That retro scarf and wool beret.

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Date of birth : 1941-01-14 Date of death : - Birthplace : Bascom, Florida Nationality : American Category : Arts and Entertainment Last modified : 2011-01-14 Credited as : Actress, A Man For All Seasons, Three Days of the Condor is an American actress. 14, 1941 in Bascom, FL, Dorothy Faye Dunaway was the daughter of Mac Dowell Dunaway, Jr., a career Army officer, and his wife, Grace April Smith.

After a stint as a teenaged beauty queen in Florida, she intended to pursue education at the University of Florida, but switched to acting, earning her degree from Boston University in 1962.

She was given the enviable task of choosing between a Fulbright Scholarship to the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts or a role in the Broadway production of “A Man For All Seasons” as a member of the American National Theatre and Academy.

She picked the latter, enjoying a fruitful stage career for the next two years, which was capped by appearances in “After the Fall” and “Hogan’s Goat.” The latter – an Off-Broadway production in 1967 – required Dunaway to tumble down a flight of steps in every performance, earning her a screen debut in the wan counterculture comedy “The Happening” (1967).

I'm sure she'd only fire blanks-- A natural and eternal tease.

And in this modern day and age, She doesn't even have a Clyde.

The only star to walk this stage, She needs no man to grace her side.

With independence as her creed, She makes a bonnie gal indeed.

Just two months after its release, however, she was wowing audiences across the country as Depression-era bank robber Bonnie Parker in Arthur Penn’s controversial “Bonnie and Clyde.” Her turn as the naïve but trigger-happy and sexually aggressive Parker earned her Academy Award and Golden Globe nominations, and provided a direct route to the front of the line for Hollywood leading ladies in an unbelievably short amount of time.