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United States film actress (born in 1949)

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Front-runner Helen Mirren received an expected best actress nomination for ``The Queen'' and will compete against Streep, first-time nominee Penelope Cruz (``Volver''), five-time nominee Kate Winslet for ``Little Children'' and former winner Judi Dench, nominated for ``Notes on a Scandal.
MERYL STREEP seems destined for her 14th Oscar nomination for her tourde force portrayal of a domineering magazine editor in this smartly tailored film version of Lauren Weisberger's international bestseller.
Streep plays a therapist called Liza Metzger who lends a regular sympathetic ear to Manhattan career woman Rafi Gardet, played by Kill Bill's Uma Thurman.
The award will be presented to Streep at a gala tribute on June 10, 2004, which will be held in the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland.
Streep, 64, who has been married to sculptor Don Gummer for 35 years, and Nicholson, 76, have remained close friends.
When the nominations were announced in January, Streep was installed as the odds-on favourite to win the award for her role as Thatcher in 'The Iron Lady', though Viola Davis had become the favourite going into Oscar night, Contactmusic reported.
But, in a magazine interview, Streep said making the film had given her greater respect for a woman who succeeded against overwhelming odds.
Streep will be joined on screen by Jim Broadbent, who will play Dennis Thatcher, and Richard E Grant as Michael Heseltine.
In a joint statement, they said: "We can confirm that Meryl Streep has expressed interest in playing the role of Margaret Thatcher.
Scenes involving Streep in post-Second World War France are utterly delightful and every time she is off-screen, we hunger for more.
So when they cast the big-screen version of the billion-grossing, global hit, they risked asking drama veteran Streep if she was interested.
Meryl Streep plays Miranda Priestly, the tyrannical editor of a slick fashion magazine called Runway in ``The Devil Wears Prada.
At first glance Ricki And The Flash seems to revolve around the high concept of Meryl Streep as an ageing rocker - and a pretty good concept that is.
In a performance already tipped for awards, Meryl Streep plays aged pub rocker Ricki, who is summoned from LA to the Midwest by her ex-husband (Kevin Kline) after the attempted suicide of their daughter (played by Streep's real-life child Mamie Gummer).