Goldie Hawn is an American actress, dancer, producer, and singer
She rose to fame on a TV show called Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In.
Goldie Hawn won an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award for her role in the film "Cactus Flower."
She recorded a country music album called "Goldie" in 1972.
Goldie Hawn's mother was Jewish, and her father was Presbyterian with German and English ancestry.
She has been in a long-term relationship with actor Kurt Russell since 1983.
Goldie Hawn has two children from a previous marriage: Oliver Hudson and Kate Hudson.
Some of her successful films include "Butterflies Are Free," "The Sugarland Express," "Shampoo," and "The First Wives Club."
Goldie Hawn founded the Hawn Foundation, which focuses on promoting mindfulness and social-emotional learning in schools.
She returned to acting in 2017 after a break, starring in the film "Snatched."
Goldie Hawn is known for her age-defying looks and healthy lifestyle.
She is considered one of the most beloved actresses in Hollywood.