As the daughter of legendary director John Huston and granddaughter of Oscar-winning actor Walter Huston, it was no surprise that actress Anjelica Huston found success and acclaim in Hollywood. Representing the third generation of Hustons to win an Academy Award, the actress emerged from the long shadow cast by her father with an Oscar-winning turn in "Prizzi's Honor" (1985). Prior to her triumph, Huston struggled to make her way as a model and actress, while her biggest claim to fame up to that point was being in a longtime romantic relationship with Jack Nicholson. After "Prizzi's Honor," however, Huston came into her own and embarked on a long, vibrant career full of sterling performances. Just a few years later, she found herself back in Oscar contention with "Enemies: A Love Story" (1989) and the excellent crime noir, "The Grifters" (1990). Having also turned in a dynamic performance as a spurned mistress in Woody Allen's "Crimes and Misdemeanors" (1989), Huston had established herself as one of Hollywood's top actresses. While she occasionally stepped into lighter roles like Morticia Addams in "The Addams Family" (1991) and "Addams Family Values" (1993), she earned critical appreciation for her performances in "Agnes Browne" (1999) and "Iron Jawed Angels" (HBO, 2004), which no doubt would have made her father proud.