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Faye Dunaway, 83, in good spirits as she’s helped to her car while leaving Live in New York ahead of Max documentary

HOLLYWOOD legend Faye Dunaway has brightened up the streets of New York City after her Monday appearance on Live with Kelly and Mark.

Faye, 83, was seen leaving the studio in a trendy black-and-white look after discussing her upcoming HBO Max documentary, Faye.

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Faye Dunaway photographed while signing autographs for fans outside of Live with Kelly and Mark on Monday morning[/caption]


Actress Faye Dunaway stuns in a black blazer and slacks after leaving Live with Kelly and Mark in New York City[/caption]


Faye Dunaway in the trailer for her upcoming HBO Max documentary, Faye, set to premiere on July 13[/caption]

The Oscar and Emmy-winning actress was helped into her car as she smiled at the cameras, appearing to be in good spirits.

The Arrangement star was seen wearing a white button-up with a gold accessory fastened at the collar, accompanied by a black blazer and matching slacks.

Faye kept things comfortable on the bottom by opting for black sneakers, giving her the perfect mix of dressy and casual.

The celebrity had her long, blond hair styled in loose waves and accessorized with earrings and bright pink nail polish.

She also made sure to stop and sign autographs for fans outside of the New York City studio.


Faye appeared on Monday’s episode of Live with Kelly and Mark to discuss her upcoming documentary.

The actress first revealed that after flying to New York immediately after graduating from college, she landed her first gig in just six days.

She got her start working in the theater, where she landed roles in two plays: A Man for All Seasons and Hogan’s Goat.

Faye said that her career “took off” from there, and she later made her screen debut in the 1967 film The Happening.

When asked why she decided to make such a candid film about her life and career, Faye responded with a famous quote from philosopher Socrates, “The unexamined life is not worth living.”

“You have to examine your life, look at your choices, understand why they were made, and learn from it,” she added.

The film had its world premiere at the 2024 Cannes Film Festival, which Faye said she was “very excited and very happy” about.

The HBO original, which details Faye’s illustrious career and the challenges she’s faced, will premiere on the platform on July 13.

The film’s trailer shows Faye sitting down and talking about some of the more difficult times in her life, including her “painful” family experience.

Top Faye Dunaway Films

  1. Network (1976)
  2. Chinatown (1974)
  3. Bonnie and Clyde (1967)
  4. Mommie Dearest (1981)
  5. Barfly (1987)
  6. The Thomas Crown Affair (1968)
  7. Three Days of the Condor (1975)
  8. Little Big Man (1970)
  9. Eyes of Laura Mars (1978)
  10. The Three Musketeers (1973)
  11. The Handmaid’s Tail (1990)
  12. The Towering Inferno (1974)
  13. The Champ (1979)
  14. Supergirl (1984)
  15. Voyage of the Damned (1976)

It also features other Hollywood stars reminiscing on what an impact Faye had on the movie and fashion industry.

“Faye is a legend, a force of nature. Her story’s tremendously relevant,” actors are heard saying in the trailer’s montage.

Faye has received three Academy Award nominations throughout her career, landing a Best Actress win for her role as Diana Christensen in the 1976 comedy Network.

She also won an Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series Emmy Award in 1994 for her appearance in Columbo.

Some of Faye’s most notable roles were in the films Chinatown, Bonnie and Clyde, Mommie Dearest, Barfly, and Little Big Man.


Faye Dunaway smiles at fans while signing photographs in New York City on Monday[/caption]


The actress waving on the steps of the Palais des Festivals at the 52nd Cannes Film Festival in 1999[/caption]


Faye Dunaway and Terry O’Neil, pictured in 1982, leaving The Curse of the Aching Heart play in New York City[/caption]

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