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Lena Dunham (born 13.05.1986) Lena Dunham is an American filmmaker and actress best known for being the creator and star of 'Girls'.
Childhood: Lena Dunham was born in New York City. Her parents are artist and photographer Carroll Dunham and Laurie Simmons. She attended Saint Ann's School in Brooklyn and studied creative writing at Oberlin College.
Film career: Lena Dunham wrote, directed and starred in the film 'Tiny Furniture' in 2010 and subsequently won an award for Best Narrative Feature at the South by Southwest Music and Media Conference. In 2012, she made a cameo appearance in 'Supporting Characters' alongside her 'Tiny Furniture' co-star Alex Karpovsky. In the same year, she published her first book, 'Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She's Learned'. She appeared naked in the opening skit for the 2012 Emmy Awards. She debuted HBO TV series 'Girls' in 2012. It is executive produced by Judd Apatow. It has earned her four Emmy nominations and two Golden Globes. In 2013, she became the first woman to win a Directors Guild Award for Outstanding Director in a Comedy Series.
Personal life: Lena Dunham started dating fun. guitarist Jack Antonoff in 2012. Her political opinions include supporting same sex marriage legalisation and feminism.
Dunham joins 'American Horror Story' for its seventh season on FX, rumoured to be about last year's presidential elections.
The highly anticipated seventh season of ‘American Horror Story’ has whetted the appetite of fans even further by revealing another high-profile cast addition, in the shape of ‘Girls’ creator Lena Dunham.
The FX horror anthology series revealed that 31 year old Dunham would be joining the already star-studded cast in a tweet via ‘AHS’ showrunner Ryan Murphy on Wednesday evening (July 19th).
“Thrilled that my talented friend Lena Dunham is joining the AMERICAN HORROR STORY family,” he wrote. “Always wanted to work together, and now we r!”
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Lena Dunham is comforted by her former 'Girls' co-star Jemima Kirke at The MET Gala after suffering a "medical issue." The TV star was rushed to the emergency room. Seen outside the Metropolitan Museum Of Art - Manhattan, New York, United States - Monday 1st May 2017
Dunham took to Instagram to share a message of thanks with 'Girls' fans after the sixth and final season ended.
After six years of powerful drama, HBO’s ‘Girls’ finally reached its conclusion over the holiday weekend. To mark the momentous occasion, the show’s creator Lena Dunham took the opportunity to share a heartfelt message with fans.
While it was arguably never that big a hit in terms of raw ratings, ‘Girls’ has long been critically acclaimed since it first started back in 2011. It followed the lives of four young women in New York City as they dealt with what life threw at them, and it starred Dunham alongside Allison Williams, Jemima Kirke and Zosia Mamet.
Lena Dunham shared a message with 'Girls' fans after the series ended
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The star has written a lengthy post on Instagram about her feelings on the subject to fans
Lena Durham has been on the receiving end of a significant amount of criticism since her hit show, Girls, went on the air and this time she has attracted headlines because of her recent weight loss.
Lena Dunham has spoken out about her recent weight loss
The creator, writer and star of the HBO show has been in the news for her dramatic new look but took to Instagram to hit back at critics who have commented on her new figure.
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Misery has its upsides.
Lena Dunham has some tips for losing weight; just remember that Donald Trump is president and the pounds will just fall straight off! At least, that's what has worked for the actress, who has struggled to eat through her misery over his victory.
Lena Dunham lost weight over Donald Trump victory
It's not like the fact that she has got visibily slimmer over the last couple of months is much comfort to the 'Girls' star, though, as she has always been vocally confident about her shape. She was interviewed by Howard Stern on the SiriusXM radio show yesterday (February 6th 2017) when she opened up about the situation.
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Josh Hutcherson had nothing but praise for Jennifer Lawrence’s essay on the gender pay gap.
Josh Hutcherson has joined in the discussion on the gender pay gap in Hollywood. In a recent interview, Hutcherson was questioned about his Hunger Games co-star Jennifer Lawrence’s recent essay in which she addressed in inequality in the film industry. Hutcherson expressed his support for Lawrence’s stance, declaring Lawrence’s essay “incredible”.
Josh Hutcherson at the iHeartRadio Music Festival 2015 in Las Vegas, September 2015.
The comedy sketch show superstar revealed that she has been receiving death threats since her career began nearly ten years ago.
Amy Schumer has been so high-profile in 2015 that she has perhaps sometimes risked overexposure, but the star herself says that the backlash actually began a long time ago, revealing that she’s been receiving death threats ever since the start of her career.
“I've already gotten a lot of death threats for about eight years… the backlash has already started,” the stand-up comic and Trainwreck actor said last night at the Elle Women in Hollywood gala. “I've been getting backlash since 2006. I've been getting death threats.”
“I know everybody is sick of me and I need to be treated for overexposure,” she said jokingly, but added defiantly “I'm not going to stop. Gloria Steinem said to me that the most important thing is don't burn out. She said we want change so quickly that it could feel discouraging.”
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The writer and producer said that the online world had been the source of every "true pain" in her life.
‘Girls’ creator and actor Lena Dunham has spoken out about the effect that negative comments written on the internet about her have had on her personal life, saying that the online world has been the source of “every piece of true pain” she has experienced.
29 year old Dunham announced earlier this month that she had quit Twitter, using somebody to post on her behalf, because it had ceased to become a “safe space” for her. Now, in an interview to go along with her topless photoshoot for the new edition of Harper’s Bazaar, she reveals that she has a love/hate relationship with the internet itself, and has been greatly affected by things she has read about her on various sites.
Lena Dunham has declared her love/hate relationship with the internet
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Although her account is still active, she composes her tweets and sends them to a colleague who posts on her behalf.
Lena Dunham has announced that she no longer uses Twitter and now has somebody else posting updates on her behalf, citing a recent barrage of what she describes as “verbal abuse”.
The ‘Girls’ creator, who also recently suggested that the hit HBO show would end after a sixth season, was speaking to Kara Swisher on the ‘Re/code Decode’ radio podcast. She said earlier this year that she no longer had Twitter on her phone, but that she still composed tweets and sent them to a friend who was posting in her place, saying “we gotta create systems that make us feel safe”.
However, she’s now elaborated on the relationship she has with the social media site. “I don’t look at Twitter anymore. I have a really great person [who tweets for me]. I tweet, but I do it through someone else,” Dunham said. “I don’t even know my Twitter password. Which may make me seem like I’m no longer a community user, and that would be true.”
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Blake Lively had to clarify some remarks she made about Taylor Swift’s ‘Bad Blood’ music video.
Blake Lively, the 28-year-old Age of Adaline actor and wife of Ryan Reynolds, wasn’t mocking Taylor Swift with her recent Instagram post. Lively posted a picture in which she joked – as she later clarified in good humour – about being part of a music video for John Legend’s cover of Swift single ‘Bad Blood’.
Blake Lively appearing on Good Morning America in Times Square, New York, in April 2015.
The new track has reached over 21 million streams in just five days, out-performing 1D's 'Drag Me Down'.
According to the streaming service, the single has notched up the highest first-week streaming total globally, with the song being played more than 21 million times in five days. This beat the total of 20 million achieved by 1D’s first Zayn-less track ‘Drag Me Down’, which was released at the end of July.
Justin Bieber at the MTV VMAs
Date of birth
13th May, 1986
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Hate + open carry = fear. For #Charlottesville, sign the pledge to end armed intimidation. #DisarmHate https://t.co/C0OfCEHZ63
So jazzed! Hannah Horvath would be even more jazzed. https://t.co/UG4xCdjlmE
@CairaConner Love this. Thank you for creating awareness and unity, Ciara ❤️
@MsPackyetti @SymoneDSanders My mom and I were clapping our faces off for you! Impeccable as always.
@hoops0926 Of course. I believe we will be most comforted by the strength and purpose being displayed by civilians these days.
@briankoppelman Of course. This reminder was for me as much as anyone. We can't help others without helping ourselves💔
@Boomerbabe3 No I'm not. But everyone is full of pain and fear right now and we can be better allies and fighters with some self protection.
You don't have to be informed minute to minute at the expense of your ability to sleep, eat etc. Zero shame in being exhausted and scared.
If watching the news or scrolling through twitter is triggering you for any number of reasons, it's okay to take a step back.
@wyntermitchell You're a good and wise woman, both for hugging the core of the intention and for being in the beef section
@wyntermitchell No no no no no 😩
@Yassir_Lester If I ever hurt you I'll kill myself
We would all be lucky to have known this woman. https://t.co/PpvofVFiIb
@TessaThompson_x chilled to the bone. don't like this designer's collection.
@SarahSoWitty I am gonna go ahead and call white supremacy a "deal breaker"
Hot social media tip: feels like the wrong day to #ad #spon
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@allyswayzee You can do both at once and I sure am
Reading quotes now by James Baldwin, W.S. Merwin, Malcolm X, Dolores Huerta, Dorothy Pittman-Hughes, Rabbi Heschel, lovers & fighters all
This overlong comedy is so episodic that watching it is exactly like sitting through five...