Jane Fonda is an awardwinning stage and screen actress.
Her work has earned her numerous nominations and awards, including Oscars (Best Actress in 1971 for Klute and in 1978 for Coming Home) and an Emmy for her performance in The Dollmaker. Along with starring roles in dozens of highly acclaimed productions, Jane has also taken on responsibilities as a film and television producer. Her credits include Coming Home, The China Syndrome, Nine to Five, Rollover, On Golden Pond, The Morning After and The Dollmaker. In 2007, Jane received an Honorary Palme d’Or from the Cannes Film Festival, one of only three people ever to be granted this honour until then. Jane returned to Broadway in March 2009 and received a Tony Award nomination for her role in Moisés Kaufman’s 33 Variations. In addition to her tremendous success as a stage and screen actress, Jane is an advocate for female empowerment and focuses much of her time on activism and advocacy on environmental issues, peace, and the empowerment of women and girls. Much of her work is devoted to the program she founded in 1995, the Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (GCAPP). Jane is on the board of the Women’s Media Center, which she cofounded in 2004 with Gloria Steinem and Robin Morgan and she sits on the board of VDay: Until The Violence Stops, a global effort to stop violence against women and girls. Jane has also enjoyed literary and dramatic success. In May 2005, Random House published Fonda’s memoirs, My Life So Far, which immediately went to number one on The New York Times Best Sellers list. That same spring MonsterinLaw, her first film in 15 years, also became the number one box office hit, making Jane the first person to simultaneously have a number one book and film.
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