Terrence Malick
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Robert Redford
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Loretta Lynn
Danny Glover
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Casey Affleck
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Tika Sumpter
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Jack Lemmon
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Sissy Spacek

Knowledge Identifier: +Sissy_Spacek


Sissy Spacek

Academy Award winning American actress and singer add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1949.

Countries: United States (82%), (8%), United Kingdom (5%)

Main connections: Terrence Malick, Robert Redford, Loretta Lynn

Linked to: Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress, Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress, Actors Studio, Vaseline




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Sissy Spacek was born in 1949 add something


James Galanos - Other Galanos' contributions to film and performing arts included costume designs for Judy Garland for "General Electric Theater" and " Judy Garland Musical Special," both in 1956, as well as the 1974 film Ginger in the Morning, starring Sissy Spacek


Spacek was greatly affected by the death of her eighteen-year old brother, Robbie, in 1967, which she has called "the defining event of my whole life add something


In late 1968, under the pseudonym of "Rainbo", Spacek recorded a novelty song titled '"John, You Went Too Far This Time"; the song proclaimed her disillusionment and shock over John Lennon, who on the cover of his newest album "Two Virgins" appeared in full-frontal nudity with his then-girlfriend Yoko Ono, shocking many fans add something


While singing, Spacek worked for a time as photographic model, and worked as an extra at Andy Warhol's Factory, appearing in a non-credited role in his 1970 film "Trash" add something


Her first credited role was in the 1972 cult classic "Prime Cut", in which she played Poppy, a girl sold into sexual slavery add something


She came to international prominence for her roles as Holly Sargis in Terrence Malick's 1973 film "Badlands", and as Carrie White in Brian De Palma's 1976 horror film "Carrie" for which she earned her first Academy award nomination add something


Spacek received international attention after starring in Terrence Malick's 1973 "Badlands," in which she played Holly, the narrator of the film and 15-year old girlfriend of mass-murderer Kit add something


The role led to television work, which included a guest role in "The Waltons", which she played twice in 1973 add something


Jack Fisk - Fisk met Sissy Spacek when working on Terrence Malick's 1973 movie "Badlands"


Martin Sheen - His next important feature film role was in 1973, when he starred with Sissy Spacek in the crime drama "Badlands", which he has said is his best film


Badlands (film) - "'Badlands"' is a 1973 American crime film written and directed by Terrence Malick, starring Martin Sheen and Sissy Spacek


Spacek married production designer and art director Jack Fisk in 1974, after they met on the set of "Badlands" add something


After "Carrie", Spacek played the small role of housekeeper Linda Murray in Alan Rudolph's ensemble piece "Welcome to LA" , and cemented her reputation in independent cinema with her performance as Pinky Rose in Robert Altman's 1977 classic "3 Women add something


Spacek's iconic and career-defining role came in 1976 with Brian De Palma's "Carrie," in which she played Carietta "Carrie" White, a shy, troubled high school senior with telekinetic powers add something


Loretta Lynn - Her best-selling 1976 autobiography was made into an Academy *award-winning film, "Coal Miner's Daughter", starring Sissy Spacek and Tommy Lee Jones, in 1980


In the 1979 film "Heart Beat", Spacek played Carolyn Cassady, who slipped into a combination of drudgery and debauchery add something


Also in the 1980s, Spacek starred alongside Jack Lemmon in Constantin Costa-Gavras's 1982 political thriller "Missing" , appeared with Mel Gibson in the rural drama "The River" , and with Diane Keaton and Jessica Lange in 1986's "Crimes of the Heart" add something


She won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her role as country star Loretta Lynn in the 1980 film "Coal Miner's Daughter" add something


Spacek began the 1980s with an Oscar in 1980 for "Coal Miner's Daughter," in which she played country music star Loretta Lynn, who selected her for the role add something


Michael Apted - He went to the United States in 1980, where he directed "Coal Miner's Daughter", which received seven Academy *award nominations, winning best actress for Sissy Spacek


She followed this with her own country album, "Hangin' Up My Heart", in 1983; the album spawned one hit single, "Lonely But Only For You", a song written by K. T. Oslin, which reached No. 15 on the Billboard Country chart add something


Joe Sun - Besides being featured on television shows, having produced two Grammy-nominated foreign LPs in 1989 and 1990, Joe Sun has acted as Tommy Fratter in the motion picture "Marie, A True Story" alongside Sissy Spacek, Jeff_Daniels and Morgan Freeman


The 1990s saw Spacek slowly come back to Hollywood after her self-imposed hiatus add something


Most notable of her appearances during these years was her turn as the evil Verena Talbo in the 1995 ensemble piece "The Grass Harp," which reunited her with both Laurie and Lemmon, as well as a supporting performance, again alongside Nick Nolte, as the waitress Margie Fogg in Paul Schrader's father-son psychodrama "Affliction" add something


In 2001, she was again nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress, for her work in Todd Field's "In the Bedroom" add something


Marisa Tomei - In 2001, Tomei appeared in Todd Field's Best Picture nominee "In the Bedroom" opposite Sissy Spacek and Tom Wilkinson, earning several *awards including a ShoWest *award for Best Supporting Actress in 2002


Chris Bohjalian - In 2001, the novel was adapted into a Lifetime Movie Network television film starring Sissy Spacek in the lead role


Stated on "Inside the Actors Studio", 2002 add something


In 2006, she narrated the audiobook of the classic 1960 Harper Lee novel "To Kill a Mockingbird" and it sold over 30 million copies add something


Jeff Wincott - Wincott was cast as Leo, in the 2006 film "Lake City" with Sissy Spacek, Drea de Matteo, Keith Carradine, Troy Garity, Dave Matthews and Rebecca Romijn


In 2008, Spacek had a supporting part in the Christmas comedy "Four Christmases" and a lead role in the independent drama, "Lake City" add something


Get Low (film) - "'Get Low"' is a 2009 drama film directed by Aaron Schneider, written by Chris Provenzano and C. Gaby Mitchell, and starring Robert Duvall, Bill Murray, Sissy Spacek, Lucas_Black, Gerald McRaney, Bill Cobbs, Arin Logan, Lori Beth Edgeman, Andrea Powell, Rebecca Grant, Scott Cooper and Chandler Riggs


In 2011, Spacek was featured in "The Help", directed by Tate Taylor add something


In 2011, she received a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame add something


In 2012, Spacek published a memoir, "My Extraordinary Ordinary Life", written along with Maryanne Vollers add something


"Associated Press" / "Tyler Morning Telegraph", April 30, 2012 add something


As of 2015, Spacek plays matriarch Sally Rayburn in the Netflix thriller series "Bloodline" add something


The show was cancelled in 2016, and will air its third and final season in 2017 add something


Tika Sumpter - In March 2017, Sumpter was cast alongside Casey Affleck, Danny Glover, Sissy Spacek and Robert Redford in "The Old Man And The Gun" directing by David Lowery


Since 2018, she stars as Ruth Deaver on Hulu's psychological horror web series "Castle Rock" add something


Tika Sumpter - In 2018, Sumpter appeared alongside Casey Affleck, Danny Glover, Sissy Spacek and Robert Redford in the drama "The Old Man & the Gun", directed by David Lowery


John David Washington - He appears in "The Old Man & the Gun", opposite Robert Redford, Casey Affleck, Danny Glover, Tika Sumpter, Tom Waits, and Sissy Spacek, which was released on September 28, 2018, by Fox Searchlight Pictures