Dorothy Faye Dunaway is an American actress. She has won an Academy Award, three Golden Globes, a BAFTA, an Emmy, and was the first recipient of a Leopard Club Award that honors film professionals whose work has left a mark on the collective imagination.
British photographer Terry O'Neill, whose work captured iconic images of London 's Swinging Sixties, has died.
O'Neill, 81, had prostate cancer and died at home on Saturday Night after a long illness, his agency said.
Bbc Arts Correspondent David Sillito said O'Neil's work helped to define the Swinging Sixties.
It was there that he captured then Home Secretary Rab Butler , immaculately dressed and asleep on a bench.The Beatles in The Backyard of the Abbey Road Studios in London - it was one of their first professionally-taken portraits and helped make The Photographer famous in his own right
He photographed The Queen twice. In 2001 he how he had got her to smile during the second photo shoot in 1992 - a year described by The Queen as an "annus horribilis" - by telling a horse-racing joke.Elton John described O'Neill as "brilliant and funny"
A spokesman added: "Anyone who was lucky enough to know or work with him can attest to his generosity and modesty.Faye Dunaway The Day after she collected her Academy Award for Best Actress in Network in 1977 - the pair would marry Six Years later This arresting image of David Bowie helped promote The Singer 's 1974 album Diamond Dogs O'Neill said that he told a horse racing joke to The Queen to induce this smile in this portrait taken in 1992, the second time he had photographed her The Rolling Stones outside the Tin Pan Alley Club in London in 1963 Singer Amy Winehouse poses for a shoot during a concert honouring Nelson Mandela 's 90th birthday in Hyde Park , London Actor Roger Moore as James Bond with Live and Let Die co-stars Gloria Hendry (left) and Jane Seymour in 1973 Singer Frank Sinatra with his minders and his stand-in (who is wearing an identical outfit to him), arriving at Miami Beach while filming The Lady in Cement British model Twiggy was among the famous faces of London 's Swinging Sixties who was photographed by O'Neill Terry O"Neill photographs Laura Bush at the White House in 2001 Terry O'Neill (1938 - 2019)