VIDEO: Barbra Streisand Talks Passion for Hearts; Gives First Look at Her Artwork on TODAY
Legendary singer and actress Barbra Streisand sat down with TODAY host Natalie Morales this morning to discuss how she's speaking up for millions of women affected by heart disease. "For me, it's about gender inequality," she said, adding that research has been mainly focusing on men up to this point.
During the interview, the Broadway vet also shares her artwork for the very first time, including a sketch of her adorable dog, Sammy. Check out the interview in full below!
Streisand has appeared on Broadway in I CAN GET IT FOR YOU WHOLESALE and FUNNY GIRL. She has also received a special Tony Award. Her film work includes FUNNY GIRL, FUNNY LADY, YENTL, and NUTS. A lauded performer, she has won numerous awards including the Oscar, Grammy, and Emmy awards.
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