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Susan Sarandon

Knowledge Identifier: +Susan_Sarandon


Susan Sarandon

American actress add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1946.

Countries: United States (62%), United Kingdom (7%), (4%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Tim Robbins, Dead Man Walking (film), Sean Penn

Linked to: The Catholic University of America, Democratic Party, Edison High School, Republican Party




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Susan Sarandon was born in 1946 add something


In 1964, Sarandon began dating actor Chris Sarandon add something


The couple married on September 16, 1967 add something


In 1969, Sarandon went to a casting call for the motion picture "Joe", with her then-husband Chris Sarandon add something


She has worked in movies and television since 1969, and won an Academy award for Best Actress for her performance in the 1995 film "Dead Man Walking" add something


Although he did not get a part, she was given a major co-starring role in the film, which was released in 1970 add something


Between the years 1970 and 1972, Sarandon appeared on the soap operas "A World Apart" and "Search for Tomorrow", playing the roles of Patrice Kahlman and Sarah Fairbanks, respectively add something


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 1974, Sarandon co-starred in "The Front Page" with the comedy duo Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau, and played Anthony Perkins' neglected wife in "Lovin' Molly" add something


Anthony Perkins - In 1974, Perkins played the lead role in the romantic drama "Lovin' Molly" with Blythe Danner and Susan Sarandon


In 1975, she starred as Janet in the cult favorite musical "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" add something


The Other Side of Midnight (film) - "'The Other Side of Midnight"' is a 1977 American drama film directed by Charles Jarrott and starring Marie-France Pisier, John Beck and Susan Sarandon


In 1978, following their separation, Sarandon stated "I no longer believe in marriage" in an interview with "Cosmopolitan" magazine add something


Pretty Baby (1978 film) - "'Pretty Baby"' is a 1978 American historical fiction and drama film directed by Louis Malle, and starring Brooke Shields, Keith Carradine, and Susan Sarandon


Revlon - Despite the successful campaigns of the 1980s and 1990s featuring models, in particular Cindy Crawford, Revlon decided to drop fashion models and focus on movie stars, among them Kate Bosworth, Jaime King, Halle Berry, Susan Sarandon, Melanie_Griffith, Julianne Moore, Eva Mendes, Jessica Alba, Jennifer Connelly, Beau Garrett, Jessica Biel, and Bond girls


Jack Abbott - At his trial in January 1982, he gained the support of such celebrities as writer Jerzy Kosinski, and actress Susan Sarandon


In 1983, she appeared in Tony Scott's "The Hunger", which generated controversy due to her lesbian love scene with Catherine Deneuve add something


Sarandon is noted for her active support of progressive and left-liberal political causes, ranging from donations made to organizations such as EMILY's List, to participating in a 1983 delegation to Nicaragua sponsored by MADRE, an organization that promotes "social, environmental and economic justice add something


She gave birth to their daughter, actress Eva Amurri, on March 15, 1985 add something


Susan Isaacs - In 1985, she adapted her own novel for the screenplay of the film "Compromising Positions", which starred Susan Sarandon and Raul Julia


From 1988 to 2009, Sarandon was in a relationship with actor Tim Robbins, whom she met while they were filming "Bull Durham" add something


One of her biggest commercial successes came in 1988 when she starred in "Bull Durham" add something


Butch Davis (baseball) - Davis made a brief cameo appearance in the 1988 film Bull Durham, starring Kevin Costner, Tim Robbins and Susan Sarandon


Justin Henry - Henry played the son of a married couple played by Don Johnson and Susan Sarandon in the 1988 film "Sweet Hearts Dance"


Baltimore Orioles - This trade has become renowned as one of the most lopsided in baseball history, including a mention by Susan Sarandon in her opening soliloquy in the 1988 film "Bull Durham": "Bad trades are a part of baseball


In 1989, Sarandon co-starred with Marlon Brando in "A Dry White Season", followed by "White Palace" with James Spader add something


Silvia Baraldini - In 1989 Nina Rosenblum directed a documentary "Through the Wire" on the three imprisoned women Susan Rosenberg, Silvia Baraldini and Alejandrina Torres, narrated by Susan Sarandon


In the early 1990s, Sarandon received three more Academy award nominations for her roles in "Thelma & Louise" , "Lorenzo's Oil" and "The Client" add something


Matt Cohen (writer) - A film adaptation of his 1990 novel "Emotional Arithmetic" has been produced by Triptych films starring Max von Sydow, Christopher Plummer, Gabriel Byrne and Susan Sarandon


James Spader - Spader's roles in the early 1990s included a young, affluent widower opposite Susan Sarandon in the romantic drama "White Palace" , John Cusack's best friend in "True Colors" , and a poker-playing drifter in "The Music of Chance"


In 1995, Sarandon was one of many Hollywood actors, directors and writers who were interviewed for the documentary "The Celluloid Closet," which looked at how Hollywood films have depicted homosexuality add something


In 1995, she won the award for "Dead Man Walking" add something


Scott Wilson (actor) - In 1995 Wilson got attention for his role as a prison chaplain in "Dead Man Walking", starring Susan Sarandon and Sean Penn, based on the book of the same name by Sister Helen Prejean


Elmo Patrick Sonnier - The book was adapted to into a 1995 film of the same name directed by Tim Robbins and starring Susan Sarandon as Sister Prejean and Sean Penn as Matthew Poncelett


Dead Man Walking (film) - "'Dead Man Walking"' is a 1995 American crime drama film starring Susan Sarandon and Sean Penn, and co-produced and directed by Tim Robbins, who adapted the screenplay from the non-fiction book of the same name


In 1999, she was appointed UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador add something


Julia Roberts - Also in 1999 she starred in the critically panned film "Stepmom" alongside Susan Sarandon


Corbin Allred - He appeared in the 1999 films "Diamonds" alongside Dan Aykroyd and Kirk Douglas and "Anywhere but Here" with Natalie Portman and Susan Sarandon


During the 2000 election, Sarandon supported Ralph Nader's run for President, serving as a co-chair of the National Steering Committee of Nader 2000 add something


During the 2000 election, Sarandon supported Ralph Nader's run for President, serving as a co-chair of the National Steering Committee of Nader 2000 add something


Lizzie Borden (director) - In 2001 Borden flew to New York City for final script discussions with actress Susan Sarandon for her next film project, named "Rialto"


Reese Witherspoon - In a "Premiere" interview in 2001, Witherspoon states her acting influences: "Holly Hunter, Meryl Streep, Frances McDormand, Susan Sarandon -- these are the women I want to emulate


Also in 2003, Sarandon appeared in a "Love is Love is Love" commercial, which promoted the acceptance of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals add something


Prior to a 2003 protest sponsored by the United for Peace and Justice coalition, she said that many Americans "do not want to risk their children or the children of Iraq" add something


After the 2004 election, Sarandon called for US elections to be monitored by international entities add something


During the 2004 election campaign, she withheld support for Nader's bid, being among several "Nader 2000 Leaders" who signed a petition that urged voters to vote for Democratic Party candidate John Kerry add something


In 2004, Sarandon served on the advisory committee for the group 2004 Racism Watch add something


Peter Chelsom - His next film in 2004 was a remake of the 1996 film, "Shall We Dance-" The American version starred Richard Gere, Jennifer Lopez, Susan Sarandon, and Stanley Tucci


Charles Shyer - In 2004, Shyer wrote, directed and produced a remake of the 1960s classic, "Alfie", starring Jude Law, Susan Sarandon and Sienna Miller in her first major role


Anita Gillette - In 2004, she appeared as Miss Mitzi, the lonely alcoholic owner of a struggling dance studio in "Shall We Dance-" opposite Richard Gere, Jennifer Lopez and Susan Sarandon


Locarno International Film Festival - Since 2004, the Locarno Festival has been honoured to thus pay tribute to Oleg Menchikov, Susan Sarandon, John_Malkovich, Willem Dafoe, Carmen Maura, Michel Piccoli, Toni Servillo and Chiara Mastroianni


She hosted a section of the Live 8 concert in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 2005 add something


Along with anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan, Sarandon took part in a 2006 Mother's Day protest, which was sponsored by Code Pink; she has expressed interest in portraying Sheehan in a film add something


In 2006, Sarandon and ten of her relatives travelled to Wales to trace her family's Welsh genealogy add something


In 2006, Sarandon received the Action Against Hunger Humanitarian award add something


In 2006, she received the "Ragusa, Italyni nel mondo" prize, since her Sicilian roots are in Ragusa, Italy add something


In 2006, she was one of eight women selected to carry in the Olympic flag at the Opening Ceremony of the 2006 Olympic Winter Games, in Turin , Italy add something


Yue-Sai Kan - Shanghai International Film Festival - Since 2006, Yue-Sai Kan has been serving as Chairman of the Invitation Committee of the Shanghai International Film Festival, the largest film festival in Asia and has brought in such stars as Halle Berry, Quincy Jones, Susan Sarandon, Matt_Dillon, Daniel Boyle, Adrien Brody, Barry Levinson, Claire Danes, and others


William McInnes - Subsequent film roles include in 2006 "Irresistible", with Susan Sarandon, and "Kokoda", the lead role in the romantic drama "Unfinished Sky" in 2007, and in 2009 "Prime Mover", featuring Andrew S. Gilbert, Ben Mendelsohn and Anthony Hayes, and Sarah Watt's follow-up film "My Year Without Sex"


Action Against Hunger - The 2006 Action Against Hunger Humanitarian Award recipient was Susan Sarandon


In the 2008 U.S. presidential election, Sarandon and Tim Robbins campaigned for John Edwards in the New Hampshire communities of Hampton, Bedford and Dover add something


Sarandon joined the cast of the adaptation of "The Lovely Bones", opposite Rachel Weisz, and appeared with her daughter, Eva Amurri, in "Middle of Nowhere"; both of the films were filmed in 2007 add something


Richard Schiff - In 2009, he co-starred in the movies "Imagine That", with Eddie Murphy, and "Solitary Man", with Michael Douglas and Susan Sarandon


Melanie Lynskey - Lynskey's 2009 films included "Leaves of Grass", in which she co-starred with Edward Norton and Susan Sarandon, and the Academy *award-nominated "Up in the Air", in which she played Julie Bingham, the younger sister of George Clooney's character


Ellen Page - She features in Michael Lander's film "Peacock", opposite Cillian Murphy, Susan Sarandon, Bill_Pullman and Josh Lucas, which was released in 2010 despite an original release date of 2009


The Lovely Bones (film) - "'The Lovely Bones"' is a 2009 supernatural drama film directed by Peter Jackson and stars Mark Wahlberg, Rachel Weisz, Susan Sarandon, Stanley_Tucci, Michael Imperioli, and Saoirse Ronan


In 2010, Sarandon was inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame add something


Celine Dion - In October 2010, Dion was named a Goodwill Ambassador, a program created by the UN in 1999, sharing this accolade with Oscar-winner Susan Sarandon


On March 12, 2011, Sarandon spoke before a crowd in Madison, Wisconsin , Wisconsin during a protest of Governor Scott Walker and his "Budget Repair Bill" add something


On September 27, 2011, Sarandon spoke to reporters and other interested parties at the Occupy Wall Street protest in New York City add something


Goldie Hawn - As of 2011, her last film appearance was in The Banger Sisters, opposite Susan Sarandon and Geoffrey Rush.


Hugo Weaving - The project, co-starring Tom Hanks, Ben Whishaw, Halle Berry, Jim Broadbent, and Susan Sarandon, began filming in September 2011 and was released in October 2012


In 2012, Sarandon's audiobook performance of Carson McCullers' "The Member of the Wedding" was released at add something


Sarandon was invited to inaugurate the 44th International Film Festival of India 2013 in Goa add something


Austin Film Festival - The 20th Anniversary Austin Film Festival will honor actress Susan Sarandon with the 2013 Extraordinary Contribution to Filmmaking *award


Yoko Ono - In January 2013, the 79-year-old Ono, along with her son Sean Lennon and Susan Sarandon, took to rural Pennsylvania in a bus under the banner of the Artists Against Fracking group they created in 2012 to protest against fracking


International Film Festival of India - The 44th Edition of IFFI would be held at Panjim Goa from November 20, 2013 with Susan Sarandon as the Chief Guest


In 2015, she received the Goldene Kamera international lifetime achievement award add something


In May 2015, Sarandon launched a campaign with fundraising platform to sell T-shirts to help finance the documentary "Deep Run", the story of a poor North Carolina teen undergoing a gender transition add something


Timothy Leary - In 2015, Susan Sarandon, a good friend of Timothy Leary's, brought some of his ashes and put them into an art installation at the Burning Man festival in Black Rock City, Nevada


Asylum Entertainment - The four-hour miniseries "The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe", starring Kelli Garner and Susan Sarandon, aired on Lifetime in May 2015


Epix (TV channel) - On July 8, 2015, Epix announced its first original scripted project to be picked up as a series: "Graves", a political satire to star Susan Sarandon and Nick Nolte and created by Joshua Michael Stern, which is scheduled to debut in fall 2016


In January of 2016, Sarandon endorsed U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders for President of the United States add something


On March 28, 2016 in an interview on "All In with Chris Hayes", Sarandon indicated that she and other Sanders supporters might not support Hillary Clinton if Clinton is the Democratic nominee for President add something


On October 30, 2016, she endorsed Green Party of the United States Presidential Candidate Jill Stein add something


Selma Blair - Blair will make an appearance in the 2016 drama "Mothers Day" alongside Susan Sarandon


Christina Ricci - In 2016, Ricci appeared with Susan Sarandon and Sharon Stone in the film "Mothers and Daughters"


Jessica Biel - She will voice the character Vix in the animated film "Spark", with Susan Sarandon and Hilary_Swank; both films are due for release in 2016


Selma Blair - Blair starred in the family drama "Mothers and Daughters" alongside Susan Sarandon and Sharon Stone, released on 6 May 2016


In March 2017, Sarandon will portray Bette Davis in the first season of FX (FX_(TV_channel))'s anthology series "Feud" add something


In an interview with "The Guardian" published on November 26, 2017, Sarandon said about Hillary Clinton: "I did think she was very, very dangerous add something


Hedy Lamarr - In 2017, "Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story", produced by Susan Sarandon, a documentary about Lamarr's career as an actress and later as an inventor, will premiere at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival


On June 28, 2018, Sarandon was arrested during the Women Disobey protests, along with 575 other people, for unlawfully protesting at the Hart Senate Office Building where a sit-in protest was being held against Donald Trump's migrant separation policy add something