Shelly Winters, Best Supporting Actress 1959 & 1965

1959: THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK

(Biography - NR)

Shelly Winters won her first Supporting Oscar for playing Richard Beymer's whinning parent and one of the eight Jews who were hiding.

1965: A PATCH OF BLUE

(Drama - NR)

She won her second Supporting Oscar for playing the savage mother who had blinded her daughter in one of her rages in A PATCH OF BLUE.


Shelley Winters (1922 - ) American leading character actress with vaudeville and stage experience, who's real name was Shirley Schrift.

Shelly Winters' other nominations were:

A PLACE IN THE SUN (51 - Supporting)
THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE (72 - Actress)

Her other films include:

WHAT A WOMAN
THE GANGSTER
RED RIVER
A DOUBLE LIFE
ONE FALSE STEP
THE GREAT GATSBY
WINCHESTER 73
A PLACE IN THE SUN
MY MAN AND I
THE BIG KNIFE
THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER
I DIED A THOUSAND TIMES
LOLITA
THE CHAPMAN REPORT
THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD
ALFIE
HARPER
ENTER LAUGHING
ARTHUR! ARTHUR!
FLAP
BLOODY MAMA
WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH HELEN
CLEOPATRA JONES
DIAMONDS
JOURNEY INTO FEAR
PETE'S DRAGON
TENTACLES
CITY ON FIRE
THE VISITOR
S.O.B.
DELTA FORCE
RAGING ANGELS
THE PORTRAIT OF THE LADY
GIDEON
LA BAMBA

Her television credits include:

ROSEANNE (semi-regular)

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