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Elizabeth Alice "Ali" MacGraw (born April 1, 1939) is an American actress.
She first gained attention for her role in Goodbye, Columbus in 1969, for which
she won a Golden Globe Award, followed by Love Story in 1970,
for which she received an Academy Award nomination and won a second Golden Globe.
She married actor Steve McQueen in 1973, after appearing with him in the 1972 film The Getaway.
After that, MacGraw did not make another film for six years and later retired altogether from show business.
In July 2006, MacGraw filmed a public service announcement for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA),
urging residents to take their pets with them in the event of wildfires.In 2008, she wrote the foreword to the book
Pawprints of Katrina by author Cathy Scott and photography by Clay Myers about Best Friends Animal Society
and the largest pet rescue in U.S. history.An animal rights advocate throughout her life, she received the
Humane Education Award by Animal Protection of New Mexico for speaking out about animal issues.
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