Sally FIELD( Actress)
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FIELD (Field), Sally (p. 06. 11. 1946), American film and television actress.
Born in Pasadena, a suburb of Los Angeles. Her mother - an actress, stepfather - one of the leading stuntmen. She graduated from Birmingham high school and youth film-studio in the 'Columbia'. In 1965 she made her debut on TV, and in 1967 played in the western, Andrew Maklaglena 'Road to the West', but the debut went unnoticed. Also, Sally's early married school friend, and bore two children.
First success came only in 1976 when she won Emmy for her role as a mentally ill woman in the television movie 'Cybill'. This was followed by an invitation to the rebels 'Smokey and the Bandit' (1977), 'Hooper' (1978), in the black comedy 'The End' (1978). However, in these and in many subsequent films, women played a supporting role, just shading the characters Burt Reynolds, Jack Gleason. Her image of girls with a snub-nosed bow and lively brown eyes and easy to fit into films about the American hinterland. In the picture of Martin Ritt 'Norma Ray' (1979) she was able to create a full-blooded portrayal of women of the thirties, the simple weaver, transformed into a trade union activist. The role was awarded prize at Cannes and the 'Oscar'. In the picture with. Pollack's "Absence of Malice '(1981) she plays the opposite character: a journalist, for the sake of sensationalism ready for everything, but lose not only work but also the beloved. Second 'Oscar' Field won for her role as Edna in a melodrama about the life of poor farmers, Southerners in the picture 'Places in the Heart' (1984).
. The subsequent decade has brought her special good luck: rich artist in 'concessions' (1987), the mother sacrificing for her daughter bud in 'Steel Magnolias', the mistress of the house in 'Mrs. Doubtfire' (1993)
. More interesting was the role of the mother of the hero in the superhit 'Forrest Gump' (1994), where she was able to clearly show the change of the heroine in time.
. Fortunately there was and poluavtobiograficheskaya role in the comedy 'foam' (1991), her heroine in her attempts to reconcile family life with the occupation of the theater.
. Award Oscar nomination in the 'actress' for 1979
. Winner of the Cannes Film Festival in the category 'actress' for 1979
. Award Oscar nomination in the 'actress' for 1984.