Joan Crawford born Lucille Fay LeSueur, March 23, 1908(?), was an American film and television actress. She came into the limelight during the golden age of Hollywood. She won an Academy Award in 1945 for her work in Mildred Pierce. Then in 1955, she became involed with the Pepsi Cola Company through her then husband. She was also known for her legendary feud with fellow actress Bette Davis. Crawford died on May 10, 1977 at her New York apartment of a heart attack.