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She was a Wellesley-educated aesthete who fantasized about living in Paris and who, as a girl, had checked Nijinsky’s biography out of the Pound Ridge, New York, library 16 times.
He was a motorcycle-racing reform-school kid who had worked as a towel boy in a brothel, had spent 41 days in the brig as a Marine, and generally had the kind of street cred Jack Kerouac would have killed for.
She made her big screen debut in drama mystery film A Lovely Way to Die (1968) in uncredited role as Melody, opposite Kirk Douglas.
Her breakthrough performance came as Jennifer "Jenny" Cavalleri in drama movie Love Story (1970) with Ryan O'Neal, for which she was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress and she won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress.
Her striking beauty, intensified by its imperfections—the too-thick eyebrows over coal-dark eyes, the sensual lips opening to a crooked front tooth, the flawless nose with just slightly wide nostrils—was perfect for the movies.
She portrayed Lady Ashley Mitchell in 14 episodes of soap opera Dynasty (1985). Close friends with Steve Mc Queen’s first wife Neile Adams. Lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico and Los Angeles, California.
Attended Rosemary Hall in Greenwich, Connecticut and Wellesley College in Wellesley, Massachusetts. She dated Henry Wolf (1962-1963), Rod Stryker (1988-1989), Larry Spangler (1978), Ronald Meyer (1987), Bill Hudson (1980-1981), Peter Weller (1980).
She won the Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Newcomer for her role as Brenda Patimkin in romantic comedy drama film Goodbye Columbus (1969).
The Getaway (1972) neo-noir crime opposite Steve Mc Queen Convoy (1978) action drama opposite Kris Kristofferson Just Tell Me What You Want (1980) comedy drama opposite Peter Weller Players (1979) romance drama in role as Chris Survive the Savage Sea (1992) drama with Robert Urich Murder Elite (1985) thriller drama in role as Diane Baker She played Natalie Jastrow in miniseries The Winds of War (1983) opposite Robert Mitchum. She released video "Ali Mac Graw Yoga: Mind and Body", with Yoga Master Erich Schiffmann.
She made her Broadway debut in a play "Festen" (2006).