Debra Winger hot young
May 16, 1955
5 ft 4 in | 163 cm
36-25-36 in | 91-64-91 cm
59 kg | 129 pounds
9.5 US | 40 EU
Debra Lynn Winger was born in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, U.S., on May 16, 1955, is an American hot actress. Young Debra began her acting career in commercials and television shows. She played Diana Prince's younger sister Drusilla in 3 episodes of ABC's TV series Wonder Woman (1975).
She made her big screen debut in comedy drama movie Winger Slumber Party '57 (1976) in role as Debbie. Her breakthrough performance came as Sissy Davis in American romantic drama film Urban Cowboy (1980) opposite John Travolta.
She was nominated three times for the Academy Award for Best Actress:
An Officer and a Gentleman (1982) romantic drama in role as Paula Pokrifki
Terms of Endearment (1983) drama comedy in role as Emma Greenway-Horton
Shadowlands (1993) drama in role as Joy Davidman.
She received a Lifetime Achievement Award at Transilvania International Film Festival in 2014.
The Sheltering Sky (1990) drama romance with John Malkovich
Legal Eagles (1986) comedy romance opposite Robert Redford and Daryl Hannah
Betrayed (1988) drama thriller with Tom Berenger
Everybody Wins (1990) mystery thriller opposite Nick Nolte
A Dangerous Woman (1993) romantic drama opposite Jake Gyllenhaal and Maggie Gyllenhaal
Rachel Getting Married (2008) drama opposite Anne Hathaway
Forget Paris (1995) romantic comedy opposite Billy Crystal
Black Widow (1987) noir thriller with Dennis Hopper and Theresa Russell
Graduated from James Monroe High School in Sepulveda, California, at the age of 15.
She's playing Maggie Bennett in web television series The Ranch, since 2016.
Good friends with Scottish singer Sheena Easton.
She played Frances in HBO drama TV series In Treatment (2010).
She dated Nick Nolte (1980-1981), Andrew Rubin (1977-1982) and Bob Kerrey (1983-1985).
She was married to actor Timothy Hutton (1986–1990), they have a son.
She married actor Arliss Howard in 1996, they have a son.
I do admit to being challenging, but it's always for the work, it's never personal. I will walk out on a scene if it's all lit and ready to go but it's not happening. Just because we're on schedule is no reason to shoot bad acting. Someone once said to me, " You're inconsiderate. " And I said, " Inconsiderate ? Bad acting is the ultimate inconsideration." It's a collective slap to a million faces at the same time.
(on Bernardo Bertolucci) For me, Bernardo is The Function. The only way I can explain it is in the analogy with mathematics and the word 'function' - addition, subtraction multiplication, anything that numbers go through and change because of it. And when the function is a function of love, the drapes on the windows, the doors that are hung the characters, the clothes, everything goes through this function and comes out touched and inspired by it. There are a lot of numbers but what really matters is the function.
Most bad behaviour comes from insecurity.
If I could have one prayer answered, I would pray for patience. I move so fast sometimes. I try to slow down.
There's a small club of women who are willing to age.
I have enjoyed a wonderful run in films, so far, and I may, at some point, come back. But it will be in my own time and in my own style.
I became an actor because I couldn't not.