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Pasadena, California, USA

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Steel Magnolias, Gidget, The Flying Nun, The Girl



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Actor/Actress, Producer, Soundtrack

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Sally Margaret Field (born November 6, 1946) is an American actress. She became a household name at the age of 20 as Sister Bertrille in the 1960s sitcom The Flying Nun. She has won two Oscars: one for Norma Rae in 1979, and another for Places in the Heart in 1984. More recently, Field stars as Nora Holden Walker on the ABC drama Brothers & Sisters, currently airing its third season, as the Walker family matriarch. Sally Field was born in Pasadena, California, the daughter of Maggie, an actress, and Richard Dryden Field, who worked in sales. Her parents divorced in 1950 and her mother subsequently remarried to actor and stuntman Jock Mahoney. She attended Portola Middle School, then Birmingham High School in Van Nuys, California where she was a cheerleader. Field got her start on television as the boy-struck surfer girl in the mid-1960s surf culture sitcom series, Gidget. She went on to star in her best-known television role as Sister Bertrille in The Flying Nun. In an interview included on the DVD release of The Flying Nun, she said that she would have preferred to continue playing Gidget. While starring on The Flying Nun, Sally tried her hand at singing, releasing an album on Colgems Records in 1967. The same year, she cracked the Billboard Hot 100 with one single, Felicidad. Field enjoyed a large amount of critical and commercial success in movies, particularly in the 1980s. In 1977, she co-starred with Burt Reynolds, Jackie Gleason and Jerry Reed in that year`s #2 grossing film, Smokey and the Bandit. In 1979, she played a union organizer in Norma Rae, a successful film that established her status as a dramatic actress. Vincent Canby, in his review of the film for the New York Times, praised Sally, saying, "Norma Rae is a seriously concerned contemporary drama, illuminated by some very good performances and one, Miss Field`s, that is spectacular." She won the Best Female Performance Prize at the Cannes Film Festival and the Academy Award for Best Actress. In 1981, Field played a prostitute opposite Tommy Lee Jones in the South-set comedy Back Roads, which received middling reviews and grossed $11 million at the box office. Field has also ventured into the realm of directing. Her first directorial stint was for the television film, The Christmas Tree (1996). She also directed the feature film Beautiful (2000), as well as an episode of the TV mini-series, From the Earth to the Moon (1998). Field married Steven Craig in 1968. The couple had two sons, Peter Craig, a novelist, and Eli, an actor and director. They divorced in 1975. In 1976, Field began a live-in relationship with Major Daniel M. Yoder, USAF. Their relationship ended in 1978. Field was romantically involved with Burt Reynolds for many years, during that time they co-starred in several movies, including Smokey and the Bandit, Smokey and the Bandit II, and The End. In 1984, she married film producer Alan Greisman. They had one son, Sam. Field and Greisman divorced in 1993. On October 29, 1988, she and her family survived a crash after their charter plane lost power on takeoff.

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Birmingham High School, Van Nuys, CA (1964)

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Sally Margaret Field


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Sally Margaret Field (born November 6, 1946) is an American actress and director. She is known for her film roles in Smokey and the Bandit (1977), Norma Rae (1979), Places in the Heart (1984), Murphy's Romance (1985), Steel Magnolias (1989), Mrs. Doubtfire (1993), Forrest Gump (1994), and Lincoln (2012).

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Actress, Producer

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Richard Dryden Field (US Army officer, div. 1950, d. 30-Apr-1993 stroke), Jock Mahoney (step-father)

Margaret Morlan (actress, b. 10-May-1923, d. 6-Nov-2011 cancer)

Richard Dryden Field Jr. (physicist, b. 13-Apr-1944)

Princess Melissa O'Mahoney (half-sister) backstage TV worker, b. 20-Aug-1952)

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Peter Craig (novelist, b. 10-Nov-1969), Elijah Craig (actor-producer, b. 25-May-1972), Isabel Craig (granddaughter), Sophie Craig (granddaughter), Noah Craig (grandson), Samuel Greisman (b. 2-Dec-1987)

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Smokey and the Bandit

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Green, Pink

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Jeff Bridges (actor), Tom Hanks (actor), Burt Reynolds (actor), Dom DeLuise (actor), Shirley MacLaine (actress), Michael Caine (actor), Michael J. Fox (actor), Mark Harman (actor)

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Elizabeth Jane Field (stepsister), Shirley Field (stepsister)

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Sally Field Sally FieldAKA Sally Margaret Field Born: 6-Nov-1946 Birthplace: Pasadena, CA Gender: Female Race or Ethnicity: White Sexual orientation: Straight Occupation: Actor Party Affiliation: Democratic Nationality: United States Executive summary: Steel Magnolias Sally Field's mother and stepfather were both actors, and she was usually the star of her school plays. After high school she was invited to an actors' workshop at Columbia Studios, where she was promptly signed to star as Gidget in a sitcom based on the hit movies of the late 1950s and '60s, with Field taking Sandra Dee's role as the beach babe and Don Porter as her bookish father. Her second sitcom, The Flying Nun, offered Field as a novice nun whose winged headdress provided just the right aerodynamics to lift her off the ground when she tilted her head just so. The show was lighter than air but Field was adorable, and it featured a teenaged Shelley Morrison as a Puerto Rican nun. Field's third sitcom was the mid-1970s dud The Girl with Something Extra, a rip-off of Bewitched where Field could read minds, but kept her talent a secret from her husband (John Davidson) until their wedding night. The sitcoms left Field with an image as ditzy and innocent, but she yearned to be taken seriously, and almost immediately tried to shake that perky "good girl" image. In her first movie, made between Gidget's end and The Flying Nun's debut, she played a slutty cowgirl with her legs spread apart in her first scene, in The Way West with Kirk Douglas and Robert Mitchum. In the 1971 TV movie Maybe I'll Come Home in the Spring, she played a hippie girl who leaves her alcoholic parents and crystal meth-addicted kid sister to follow long-haired counterculture freak David Carradine, and in Sybil she gave a virtuoso performance as a schizophrenic -- and won an Emmy. She starred in Smokey and the Bandit and three other movies with boyfriend Burt Reynolds, and won an Oscar as Norma Rae, organizing union workers in a textile mill. She won another Oscar as the stubborn Depression-era mom of Places in the Heart with John Malkovich and Danny Glover, and gave a gushing, heartfelt, but profoundly silly acceptance speech -- "You like me, right now, you like me!" -- that is still parodied. In some of Field's other roles, she played the eager but naïve reporter in Absence of Malice with Paul Newman, a horse breeder who falls for James Garner in Murphy's Romance, Julia Roberts's mother raging against God in Steel Magnolias, Robin Williams's ex-wife in Mrs Doubtfire, and Tom Hanks's homily-spouting mother in Forest Gump. There is little call in movies for aging actresses, even with Oscars, so in recent years Field has returned to television. She played Nurse/Doctor Maura Tierney's manic mother on ER, a Supreme Court judge on the politically-charged The Court, and the widowed matriarch of Brothers & Sisters with Calista Flockhart. Her mother, Margaret Field, was also an actress. Under contract at Paramount Pictures in the 1940s, she had small roles in such classics as The Big Clock with Ray Milland, the original Carrie with Laurence Olivier, and The Paleface with Bob Hope. When she quit Paramount she finally got the chance to be a leading lady, albeit in low-prestige efforts like Frigid Wife with Reed Hadley and the big-headed monster classic The Man from Planet X. Her stepfather, Jock Mahoney, was a respected Hollywood stuntman and actor who worked in such films as Yellow Sky with Gregory Peck, A Time to Love and a Time to Die with John Gavin, and Adventures of Don Juan with Errol Flynn. He also played Tarzan in two early '60s movies, and had supporting roles in several Three Stooges shorts. On TV, he starred in the kids' cowboy series Range Rider in the early 1950s with Dickie Jones as his sidekick, and later starred as post-Civil War card-shark and adventurer Yancy Derringer with Julie Adams in the late 1950s. Field's second husband, Alan Greisman, is a film producer whose credits include 'Night, Mother with Sissy Spacek and Anne Bancroft, Three O'Clock High with Casey Siemaszko, and Fletch with Chevy Chase. Her eldest son, Peter Craig, is a novelist, best known for The Martini Shot. Her younger son, Eli Craig, has worked occasionally as an actor and producer. Father: Richard Dryden Field (US Army officer, div. 1950, d. 30-Apr-1993 stroke) Mother: Margaret Morlan (actress, b. 10-May-1923, d. 6-Nov-2011 cancer) Brother: Richard Dryden Field Jr. (physicist, b. 13-Apr-1944) Father: Jock Mahoney (stepfather, actor-stuntman, b. 7-Feb-1919, d. 14-Dec-1989 stroke) Sister: Princess O'Mahoney (stepsister, backstage TV worker, b. 20-Aug-1952) Sister: Elizabeth Jane Field (stepsister) Sister: Shirley Field (stepsister) Husband: Steven Craig (construction contractor, m. 16-Sep-1968, div. 1975, two sons) Son: Peter Craig (novelist, b. 10-Nov-1969) Son: Elijah Craig (actor-producer, b. 25-May-1972) Boyfriend: Burt Reynolds (dated 1977-82, refused marriage) Husband: Alan Greisman (film producer, m. 15-Dec-1984, div. 1993, one son) Son: Samuel Greisman (b. 2-Dec-1987) High School: Birmingham High School, Van Nuys, CA (1964) Endorsement of GlaxoSmithKline Boniva (2006-) Caribou Club Hillary Clinton for President Hillary Rodham Clinton for US Senate Committee Obama for America Oscar for Best Actress 1980 for Norma Rae Oscar for Best Actress 1985 for Places in the Heart Golden Globe 1980 for Norma Rae Golden Globe 1985 for Places in the Heart Emmy 1977 for Sybil (Lead actress in a drama or comedy) Emmy 2001 for ER (Outstanding TV Guest Appearance) Funeral: Nora Ephron (2012) Risk Factors: Bulimia TELEVISION Brothers & Sisters Nora Walker (2006-) The Court Justice Kate Nolan (2002) The Flying Nun Sister Bertrille (1967-70) Gidget Gidget (1965-66) FILMOGRAPHY AS DIRECTOR Beautiful (11-Sep-2000) FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (10-Apr-2014) Lincoln (8-Oct-2012) The Amazing Spider-Man (13-Jun-2012) · Aunt May The Desert of Forbidden Art (6-Feb-2010) [VOICE] The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning (26-Aug-2008) [VOICE] Two Weeks (20-Oct-2006) · Anita Bergman Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde (2-Jul-2003) · Congresswoman Rudd America: A Tribute to Heroes (21-Sep-2001) · Herself Say It Isn't So (12-Mar-2001) David Copperfield (10-Dec-2000) Where the Heart Is (28-Apr-2000) · Mama Lil A Cooler Climate (22-Aug-1999) Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco (8-Mar-1996) [VOICE] Eye for an Eye (12-Jan-1996) · Karen McCann A Woman of Independent Means (19-Feb-1995) Forrest Gump (23-Jun-1994) · Mrs. Gump Mrs. Doubtfire (24-Nov-1993) · Miranda Hillard Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey (3-Feb-1993) [VOICE] Soapdish (31-May-1991) · Celeste Talbert Not Without My Daughter (11-Jan-1991) · Betty Steel Magnolias (15-Nov-1989) · M'Lynn Eatenton Punchline (7-Oct-1988) Surrender (9-Oct-1987) Murphy's Romance (25-Dec-1985) · Emma Moriarty Live Aid (13-Jul-1985) · Herself Places in the Heart (11-Sep-1984) · Edna Spalding Kiss Me Goodbye (22-Dec-1982) · Kay Absence of Malice (19-Nov-1981) · Megan Back Roads (13-Mar-1981) Smokey and the Bandit II (15-Aug-1980) · Carrie Beyond the Poseidon Adventure (18-May-1979) · Celeste Whitman Norma Rae (2-Mar-1979) · Norma Rae Hooper (28-Jul-1978) The End (10-May-1978) · Mary Ellen Heroes (4-Nov-1977) · Carol Bell Smokey and the Bandit (27-Mar-1977) · Carrie Sybil (14-Nov-1976) Stay Hungry (23-Apr-1976) Home for the Holidays (28-Nov-1972) Maybe I'll Come Home in the Spring (16-Feb-1971) · Denise Miller The Way West (24-May-1967) · Mercy http://www.nndb.com/people/897/000022831/

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