Sandy Dennis, Best Supporting Actress 1966: MovieMonday.com

WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINA WOOLF?

(Drama - NR)

Sandy Dennis won her Supporting Oscar for playing the nervous and naive wife of a schoolteacher (George Segal) who are the guests of a destructive and battling older couple.


Sandy Dennis (1937 - 92)

American leading actress, born in Nebraska, who's real name was Sandra Dale Dennis. Sandy Dennis has performed on Broadway. She won two consecutive Tony Awards for her performances in "A Thousand Clowns" and "Any Wednesday."

Her other films include:

SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS
THE FOX
UP THE DOWN STAIRCASE
THAT COLD DAY IN THE PARK
THE OUT-OF-TOWNERS
NASTY HABITS
THREE SISTERS
THE FOUR SEASONS
ANOTHER WOMAN
THE INDIAN RUNNER

Sandy Dennis' television credits include:

SOMETHING EVIL
PERFECT GENTLEMEN
THE EXECUTION

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