Sally Field, Best Actress 1979 & 1984: MovieMonday.com

1979: NORMA RAE

(Drama - PG)

Sally Field won for her performance as the feisty southern textile worker who attempts to unionize the mill where she works.

 

1984: PLACES IN THE HEART

(Drama - PG)

Sally Field won her second Oscar for playing a widowed mother, of two, who's pressured by the bank to sell her property. 


ABOUT SALLY FIELD (1946 - )

American television actress, born in Pasadena California, who became a popular and twice oscared actress.

Her real name was S.F. Mahoney.

Sally Field dated actor Burt Reynolds for years.

In 1976 Sally Field won an Emmy for her performance in television's SYBIL.

Her other credits include:

STAY HUNGRY
SMOKEY AND THE BANDIT
HEROES
HOOPER
THE END
BEYOND THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE
SMOKEY AND THE BANDIT 2
ABSENCE OF MALICE
MURPHY'S ROMANCE
SURRENDER
PUNCHLINE
STEEL MAGNOLIAS
TWISTED JUSTICE
MRS. DOUBTFIRE
FORREST GUMP
NOT WITH MY DAUGHTER
SOAPDISH
CONUNDRUM
AN EYE FOR AN EYE
A COOLER CLIMATE
TIME FO OUR LIVES
SAY IT ISN'T SO (2001)
WHERE THE HEART IS
LEGALLY BLONDE 2: RED, WHITE & BLONDE

Sally Field's television credits include:

GIDGET (65 series)
THE FLYING NUN (67-69 TV Series)
MAYBE I'LL COME HOME IN THE SPRING
ALIAS SMITH AND JONES (TV Series)
THE GIRL WITH SOMETHING EXTRA
MARRIAGE YEAR ONE
BRIDGER
SYBIL
ALL THE WAY HOME
DAVID COPPERFIELD (TV Series)
A WOMAN OF INDEPENDENT MEANS (Mini-series)
FROM THE EARTH TO THE MOON (Mini-series)
"ER" - ( 2000 - 2002 TV Series )
DAVID COPPERFIELD
THE COURT (TV Series)

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