Knowledge Identifier: +Ellen_Burstyn
Burstyn received Academy award nominations for Best Supporting Actress in 1971 for her role in the drama film "The Last Picture Show" and for Best Actress in 1973 for the horror film "The Exorcist"
James Roose-Evans - In 1982 he directed an American cast in the play on Broadway, with Ellen Burstyn and Joe Maher in the leading roles, where it won further *awards for Best Actress, Best Actor, Best Director and Best Play
In 1990, she won the Sarah Siddons award for her work in Chicago theatre
In 1997, Burstyn was inducted into the Michigan Women's Hall of Fame
Rene Magritte - According to Ellen Burstyn, in the 1998 documentary "The Fear of God: 25 Years of "The Exorcist", the iconic poster shot for the film "The Exorcist" was inspired by Magritte's "L'Empire des Lumières"
Jennifer Connelly - In 2000 she appeared in what critics considered her breakthrough film, "Requiem for a Dream", directed by Darren Aronofsky and based on the novel of the same name by Hubert Selby, Jr. Connelly played Marion Silver, Harry's girlfriend; the movie starred Marlon Wayans and Ellen Burstyn
Allan Gurganus - The novel was adapted for a one-woman Broadway play, starring Ellen Burstyn, in 2003
In 2006, Burstyn appeared in the drama-romance film "The Fountain", directed by Darren Aronofsky, with whom she worked in "Requiem for a Dream"
Political Animals (miniseries) - By April 14, 2012, Ellen Burstyn had joined the series as Margaret Barrish, Elaine's mother and a former Vegas showgirl
In July 2013, Burstyn was cast in Christopher Nolan's sci-fi epic Interstellar
In 2014, Burstyn appeared in Christopher Nolan's sci-fi epic "Interstellar"
Blake Lively - In the same month, Lively was cast with Ellen Burstyn in the film "The Age of Adaline"; production is set to start in March 2014