Legendary actress Elizabeth Taylor died early Wednesday at the age of 79.
Taylor made more than 50 movies during a nearly 70-year career that spanned film, television and the stage. She won two best actress Oscars, one for her turn as a less-than-virtuous woman in the 1960 melodrama "BUtterfield 8," the other for playing a wretchedly unhappy wife (opposite soon-to-be ex-husband Richard Burton), in the 1966 adaptation of Edward Albee's play "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"
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