Stage and screen actress Jill Clayburgh, 66, died on Friday night in Connecticut. Clayburgh, who was nominated for Academy Awards for 1978’s An Unmarried Woman and 1979’s Starting Over, will be remembered as one of the first actresses to fully embrace feminist roles, often playing intelligent, ambitious women who still managed to be glamorous. Later in her career, she made guest appearances on shows like Ally McBeal and was a cast member of ABC’s Dirty Sexy Money. She’s survived by her husband, playwright David Rabe, and three children.
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