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Born February 22, 1975, Drew Barrymore' is an American actor, film producer and film director. She was a child actor coming from a famous acting family--nay, from acting royalty--and the granddaughter of John Barrymore. Her first main role was in the film ET the Extraterrestrial. She is Saturday Night Lives youngest female celebrity host (Barrymore hosted when she was seven years old in 1982, half the age of SNLs former youngest female host, Jodie Foster, who was 14 when she hosted in 1976) and the only other female member of SNLs "Five Timer's Club" (a club for celebrities and musicians who have performed on the show more than five times) along with Candice Bergen.

After a turbulent teenage life with drug and alcohol abuse,[1] she matured into a fine actress, making mostly cleverly written romantic comedies.

In 1995 she formed a production company called Flower Films which produced movies as a vehicle for the actress, such as Never Been Kissed and Charlie's Angels.

Barrymore is the subject of (and appears in) the 2004 Documentary My Date with Drew. In 2012 she began co-hosting Turner Classic Movies' The Essentials with Robert Osborne.

As a Producer her films include:

As an Actress her films include:

  1. And by teenage, we mean that in the broadest sense possible: she started smoking when she was nine, and drinking when she was eleven.
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