‘Unnatural’ and ‘disgusting’: Who was the first female unicorn to win a Tony?
A female unicorn named Ashley Horner has claimed the crown of the world’s most famous unicorn in her first ever appearance in the film “Unnatural”, but the actress is not the first.
The unicorn was born on November 25, 1875, at the White Horse Zoo in New York City.
Horner was named by her zookeeper, who noticed her unusual “fierce” nature.
It wasn’t until decades later that she became the first woman to win the Tony award for best supporting actress.
“Unnatural” was based on the novel by “The Jungle Book” author Charles Dickens.
It won best animated feature at the 2009 Academy Awards.
In addition to her role as the titular female unicorn, Horner also starred in the 2015 documentary “Unborn”, as well as starring in “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” film franchise.
A representative for Horner did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Horns are considered by some to be more powerful than humans, and have been a favorite of Hollywood celebrities including Brad Pitt, Jennifer Lawrence and Meryl Streep.
But the horn is a highly symbolic animal and is used to symbolize beauty, wealth and power.
According to Wikipedia, the first known recorded use of the word “unicorn” is in the book “The Song of Ice and Fire” by George R.R. Martin, which refers to “a young man of great wealth who had many horses”.
Unnatural premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on Sunday, and is slated to be released in cinemas on March 2.