Goldie Hawn was born November 21, 1945 in Washington D.C. She got her start on the late-'60s variety show Laugh-In. In 1969, she had her first featured film role as Toni Simmons in Cactus Flower and then gave another strong performances in 1972 in Butterflies Are Free. She also received critical praise for her performance in Shampoo in 1980. More recently, Hawn appeared in the runaway success The First Wives Club in 1996. In 1999 she can be seen playing opposite Steve Martin in the comical The Out-of-Towners.