Goldie Hawn (American, b. 1945)

Hawn has been performing since age three and acted in high school before pursuing a degree in drama from American University. Her professional career began as a go-go dancer at a discotheque where she was discovered by a talent agent and rose to notoriety in the television sketch comedy Laugh-In. Her notable films span from the late 1960s to today, including Cactus Flower, The Sugarland Express, Shampoo, Overboard, Death Becomes Her, and The First Wives Club. She has won an Academy Award and Golden Globe. Known for her blonde hair and bright smile, the actress also has fostered an acting family, including daughter Kate Hudson, son Wyatt Russell, and partner Kurt Russell.