A Bookprint is the list of five books that leave an indelible mark on our lives, shaping who we are and who we become.
You are what you read.
Goldie is one of the most recognizable and beloved actresses in Hollywood. In 1969, she won an Academy Award® for Best Supporting Actress for her work in “Cactus Flower” alongside Walter Matthau and Ingrid Bergman. Since then, she has starred in more than thirty films including “Sugarland Express,” “Death Becomes Her,” “Private Benjamin,” “Everyone Says I Love You,” and “The First Wives Club.” Goldie earned a second Academy Award® nomination for her starring role in “Private Benjamin,” which she executive produced. She has received nine Golden Globe® nominations to date, including one for her role in “Banger Sisters.”
Goldie made her directorial debut in 1997 with the film “Hope.” In 2001, Hawn was reunited starred alongside Warren Beatty and Diane Keaton for the comedy “Town & Country.” In 2002, she appeared in “The Banger Sisters” opposite Susan Sarandon and Geoffrey Rush. She published a best-selling memoir, A Lotus Grows in the Mud, in 2005. Hawn founded and funds the Hawn Foundation, which teaches the Buddhist technique of mindfulness training to fourth- through seventh-graders who are then tested for changes in behavior, social and emotional competence, and moral development. Hawn is also a mother to four grown children, Oliver and Kate Hudson, Wyatt Russell and stepson Boston Russell.