Elizabeth Taylor was an English-American actress born in 1923 in London, England. Taylor is popular for her performances in films such as Father of the Bride, Giant, Cleopatra, Butterfield 8, and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Taylor earned honors such as the Presidential Citizens Medal, a Life Achievement Award from the American Film Institute, and the Legion of Honour. The American Film Institute ranked her seventh on its list of the Greatest American Screen Legends. She has also won multiple Academy Awards and Golden Globes during her career. In 2011, Taylor died from congestive heart failure in Los Angeles, California. She was previously married seven times, including twice to actor Richard Burton, and had four children.