Meryl Streep reads “The Writer” by Richard Wilbur at the 12th Annual Poetry and the Creative Mind Gala (Lincoln Center, April 24, 2014)
Meryl Streep leaves her handprints at the Mann’s Chinese Theatre in 1994 (x)
Meryl Streep at the premiere for “The Bridges of Madison County” (x)
Meryl Streep receives her Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (1998)
Meryl Streep - David Bailey , 1980
"She has swapped the stately Carolina Herrera coatdress in which she was gliding around the Capitol earlier today for workaday jeans and a print top to ride the train back to New York’s Penn Station. Her skin is fabulous and luminously pale, and her pretty hands are manicured so naturally that I can’t tell if her nails are polished or just beautifully buffed. She is slight and delicate, maybe more than I expected—but that’s because my recollection of her physicality is not memory (I never met her before) but illusion. Streep on my screen is sturdy, giant, and galumphing; homely, fine-boned, and aristocratic; earthy and sensual; couture-skinny; heart-of-glass delicate: It is not just her accents that change from movie to movie. At her best, it’s her essence."
VOGUE Magazine [x]
Meryl Streep || Yale Honorary Degree, 1983