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She’s been called the smartest dumb blond in Hollywood. Goldie Hawn found stardom in the 60s on television in Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In. She went on to become an Academy Award winning actress and acclaimed film producer and director. She tells Diane about the people and moments that helped shape her life.
- Goldie Hawn actress, film producer, director, founder of Bright Light Foundation.
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