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Sally Field

Knowledge Identifier: +Sally_Field


Sally Field

2-time Academy Award winning American actress, singer, producer, director, and screenwriter add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1946.

Countries: United States (77%), United Kingdom (6%), Canada (6%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Burt Reynolds, Jane Fonda, Shirley MacLaine

Linked to: Birmingham High School, Portola Middle School, The Walt Disney Company, Marvel Comics




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Sally Field was born in 1946 add something


Her parents divorced in 1950, and her mother later married actor and stuntman Jock Mahoney add something


Field had made her film debut in 1962 with a small part in "Moon Pilot" add something


She sang on the soundtrack for "The Flying Nun" in 1967, and she even sang "The Flying Nun" theme song "Who Needs Wings to Fly" add something


Madeleine Sherwood - However, she may be best remembered as Reverend Mother Placido to Sally Field's Sister Bertrille in "The Flying Nun" from 1967-1970


Arnold Scaasi - He later designed Streisand's contemporary wear for the 1970 film "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever" and costumes for Shirley MacLaine and Susan Sarandon in "Loving Couples" and Sally Field in "Kiss Me Goodbye"


In 1971, Field starred in "Maybe I'll Come Home in the Spring" with David Carradine and a soundtrack by Linda Ronstadt add something


Soon afterward Field landed the title role in the 1976 TV film "Sybil", based on the book written by Flora Rheta Schreiber add something


Brad Davis (actor) - In 1976 he was cast in the television mini-series "Roots", as Sally Field's love interest in the television film "Sybil"


Burt Reynolds - In 1977, Reynolds starred in the popular movie "Smokey and the Bandit" alongside Jerry Reed, Jackie Gleason and Sally Field


Terry Bradshaw - In addition to his television work, Bradshaw has appeared in several movies, including a part in the 1978 film "Hooper" which starred Burt Reynolds, Jan-Michael Vincent, and Sally Field, and 1981's appearance in "The Cannonball Run"


Sandra Dorsey - She appeared in her second film "They Went That-A-Way & That-A-Way" in 1978 and the following year she starred alongside Sally Field and Beau Bridges in the classic film "Norma Rae"


In 1979, she played a union organizer in "Norma Rae", a successful film that established her status as a dramatic actress add something


Gregory Walcott - Walcott played a sheriff in the 1979 film "Norma Rae", the film that won an Oscar for star Sally Field


William Greaves - In 1980, Greaves was honored alongside Robert De Niro, Jane Fonda, Marlon Brando, Arthur Penn, Sally Field, Rod_Steiger, Al Pacino, Shelley Winters, Dustin Hoffman, Estelle Parsons, and Ellen Burstyn with the the Actors Studio in New York's first ever Dusa Award


Terry Bradshaw - In 1980, he had a cameo in "Smokey and the Bandit II" which starred Burt Reynolds, Jerry Reed, and Sally Field


She received Golden Globe nominations for the 1981 drama "Absence of Malice" and the 1982 comedy "Kiss Me Goodbye" add something


Tommy Lee Jones - In 1981 he played a drifter opposite Sally Field in "Back Roads", a comedy that received middling reviews


Absence of Malice - "'Absence of Malice"' is a 1981 American drama film starring Paul Newman, Sally Field, and Bob Balaban, directed by Sydney Pollack


She married film producer Alan Greisman in 1984, and they had one son, Sam in 1987; Field and Greisman divorced in 1993 add something


Then came a second Oscar for her starring role in the 1984 drama "Places in the Heart" add something


John Malkovich - He made his feature film debut in 1984, as Sally Field's blind boarder Mr. Will in Places in the Heart; for his portrayal of Mr. Will, Malkovich received his first Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor.


Laura Ziskin - Ziskin formed Fogwood Films with partner Sally Field in 1984, and produced "Murphy's Romance"


Field appeared on the cover of the March 1986 issue of "Playboy" magazine, in which she was the interview subject add something


David Seltzer - As writer/director, Seltzer's credits include the 1986 teen tragi-comedy "Lucas" starring Corey Haim, Charlie Sheen and Winona Ryder, the 1988 comedy "Punchline" starring Sally Field and Tom Hanks, and 1992's "Shining Through" starring Melanie Griffith and Michael Douglas


Jackie Cooper - Cooper's final film role was as Ace Morgan in the 1987 film "Surrender", starring Sally Field, Michael_Caine, and Steve Guttenberg


On October 29, 1988, she and her family survived a crash after their charter plane lost power on takeoff add something


Brian Gilbert (director) - Subsequently, he has worked in both Hollywood and the UK, directing "Vice Versa" in 1988, and in 1990 - "Not Without My Daughter", the adaptation of the controversial best-seller of the same name, which starred Sally Field as Betty Mahmoody


Punchline (film) - "'Punchline"' is a 1988 American comedy film written and directed by David Seltzer and stars Tom Hanks as a talented young comic who helps a housewife, played by Sally Field who wants to break into stand-up comedy


Herbert Ross - He had a huge hit with the film adaptation of Robert Harling's play "Steel Magnolias", featuring Sally Field, Dolly_Parton, Julia Roberts, and Shirley MacLaine, in 1989


Robert Harling (writer) - He went on to adapt the screenplay for the film version of the play that was produced in 1989 starring Sally Field and Julia Roberts


Her other films in the 1990s included "Not Without My Daughter", a controversial suspense film based on the real-life experience of Betty Mahmoody's escape from Iran with her daughter Mahtob, and "Soapdish", a comedy in which Field, playing Celeste Talbert, the pampered star of a television soap opera, heads an all-star cast including Kevin Kline, Whoopi Goldberg, Elisabeth Shue and Robert Downey, Jr add something


Mrs. Doubtfire - Doubtfire"' is a 1993 American comedy film starring Robin Williams and Sally Field and based on the novel "Alias Madame Doubtfire" by Anne Fine


Elizabeth Forsythe Hailey - In 1995, "A Woman of Independent Means" became a six-hour NBC miniseries starring Sally Field


In 1996, Field was awarded with the Berlinale Camera award at the 46th Berlin International Film Festival for her role as a grieving vigilante mother in "Eye for an Eye" for director John Schlesinger add something


Alexandra Kyle - Kyle is best known for her role in 1996's "Eye for an Eye" starring Sally Field and Kiefer Sutherland


In 1998, she directed the episode "The Original Wives' Club" of the critically acclaimed TV mini-series "From the Earth to the Moon", portraying a minor role as Trudy, the wife of astronaut Gordon Cooper add something


Field had a recurring role on "ER" in the 2000-01 season as Dr. Abby Lockhart's mother, Maggie, who suffers from bipolar disorder, a role for which she won an Emmy award in 2001 add something


In 2000, she directed the feature film "Beautiful" add something


Heather Graham - Graham's other appearances in mainstream roles include her playing Mary Kelly in the 2001 film "From Hell", based on the story of Jack the Ripper, "Anger Management" , opposite Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson, the Farrelly Brothers comedy "Say It Isn't So" , opposite Sally Field, " , opposite Mike Meyers and "Hope Springs" opposite Colin Firth


She starred in the very short-lived 2002 series "The Court" add something


Bill Irwin - He appeared in 2002 with Sally Field in the replacement cast of "The Goat or Who is Sylvia-"


After her critically acclaimed stint on the show, she returned to the role in 2003 and 2006 add something


Eve Ensler - In February 2004, Ensler, alongside Sally Field, Jane_Fonda and Christine Lahti, protested to have the Mexican government re-investigate the slayings of hundreds of women in Ciudad Juárez, a city along the Texas border


Jane Fonda - On February 16, 2004, Fonda led a march through Ciudad Juárez, with Sally Field, Eve_Ensler, and other women, urging Mexico to provide sufficient resources to newly appointed officials helping investigate the murders of hundreds of women in the rough border city


Sasha Williams - On September 5, 2004, she married Eli Craig, a son of actress Sally Field


Field was a late addition to the ABC drama "Brothers & Sisters", which debuted in September 2006 add something


Dave Annable - In 2006 Annable appeared in ABC Drama television series pilot "Brothers & Sisters" alongside Calista Flockhart, Rachel Griffiths, and Sally Field


Curt Hahn - In 2006, Transcendent co-produced Two Weeks starring two time Academy *award winner Sally Field, Ben_Chaplin and Tom Cavanagh, with writer-director Steve Stockman


Calista Flockhart - Flockhart's last appearance on television was as Kitty Walker, opposite Sally Field, Rachel_Griffiths and Matthew Rhys, in the ABC prime time series "Brothers & Sisters", which premiered in September 2006 in the time slot after "Desperate Housewives"


In the 2008 presidential election, she supported Hillary Clinton in her bid for the Democratic Party nomination add something


In 2012, Field won the Human Rights Campaign's Ally for Equality award add something


She was inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2013 add something


On a "Late Show with David Letterman" appearance in April 2014, she revealed that her brother, Dr. Rick Field, is a high energy particle physicist whom she visited recently at CERN in Switzerland add something


On May 5, 2014, Field received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for her contributions in motion picture add something


In November 2014, Field will appear on Henry Louis Gates' PBS series "Finding Your Roots" add something


Wendi McLendon-Covey - Later in 2014, McLendon-Covey was cast opposite Sally Field in the comedy-drama film "Hello, My Name Is Doris"


In January 2015, it was announced that she would co-host TCM add something


Performances begin on February 7, 2017 in previews, officially on March 9 add something


The production will close on May 21, 2017 add something


Field alledged in her 2018 memoir that she was sexually abused by Mahoney during her childhood Through her maternal grandmother's genealogical line, Field is a descendant of a Mayflower passenger and colonial governor William Bradford, her tenth great-grandfather add something


Her memoir, "In Pieces", was published by Grand Central Publishing in September 2018 add something