Dianne Wiest, Best Supporting Actress 1986 & 1994: MovieMonday.com

1986: HANNAH & HER SISTERS

(Comedy - PG/13)

She won her first Supporting Oscar for playing one of the three sisters.

1994: BULLETS OVER BROADWAY

(Comedy - R)

Dianne won her second Supporting Oscar for playing a veteran Broadway star. 


ABOUT DIANNE WIEST (1948- ) After doing stage work, Dianne Wiest made her screen debut in 1980. However, she didn't really grab critic's attention until her role as an 1930's hooker in Woody Allen's THE PURPLE ROSE OF CAIRO, who was so impressed with her preformance that he cast in her several more of his films. In 1989 Dianne Wiest received a Supporting Actress nomination for her role in PARENTHOOD.

Dianne Wiest's other films include:

IT'S MY TURN
I'M DANCING AS FAST AS I CAN
FOOTLOOSE
FALLING IN LOVE
THE PURPLE ROSE OF CAIRO
RADIO DAYS
SEPTEMBER
THE LOST BOYS
RADIO DAYS
SEPTEMBER
BRIGHT LIGHTS, BIG CITY
PARENTHOOD
COOKIE
EDWARD SCISSORHANDS
LITTLE MAN TATE
THE SCOUT
DRUNKS
THE BIRD CAGE
THE ASSOCIATE
THE HORSE WHISPERER
PRACTICAL MAGIC
PORTOFINO
NOT AFRAID, NOT AFRAID (2001)
MERCI DOCTEUR REY

Her Television credits include:

OUT OF OUR FATHER'S HOUSE
THE WALL
THE FACE OF RAGE
BIGFOOT
LAW & ORDER (series)
THE 10TH KINGDOM (Mini-Series)

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