Sally Field hot young
November 6, 1946
5 ft 3 in | 159 cm
35-24-35 in | 86-61-86 cm
53 kg | 117 pounds
6 US | 36 EU
Sally Field was born in Pasadena, California, United States, on November 6, 1946, is an American hot actress. Young Sally Field began her acting career in the American television sitcom Gidget (1965–66) in role as Frances Elizabeth "Gidget" Lawrence. She made her big screen debut in comedy film Moon Pilot (1962) in role as one of the beatnik girls in the lineup. Her breakthrough role came as Sybil Dorsett in the American television miniseries Sybil (1976).
She won two Academy Award for Best Actress for her roles as Norma Rae Webster in drama movie Norma Rae (1979) opposite Beau Bridges and as Edna Spalding in drama film Places in the Heart (1984) opposite Ed Harris and John Malkovich.
Absence of Malice (1981) drama thriller opposite Paul Newman
Kiss Me Goodbye (1982) romantic comedy with Jeff Bridges and James Caan
Murphy's Romance (1985) romantic comedy with James Garner
Steel Magnolias (1989) comedy drama with Shirley MacLaine and Julia Roberts
Forrest Gump (1994) romantic comedy drama with Tom Hanks and Robin Wright
Lincoln (2012) epic historical drama with Daniel Day-Lewis and Tommy Lee Jones
Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) comedy drama with Robin Williams
Soapdish (1991) comedy romance with Kevin Kline and Robert Downey, Jr.
The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) and sequel The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014) superhero in role as Aunt May: Peter's aunt
Smokey and the Bandit (1977) action comedy opposite Burt Reynolds
Little Evil (2017) comedy horror opposite Evangeline Lilly and Adam Scott
She has been nominated for eight Golden Globe awards and won two.
She was in a relationship with Burt Reynolds, in 1970s.
She was married to Steven Craig (1968-1975), they had two sons and to Alan Greisman (1984-1993), they had one son.
She was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6767 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on May 5, 2014.
Good friends with Shirley MacLaine, Goldie Hawn, Tom Hanks, Burt Reynolds and Jeff Bridges.
Having a long-term career is really about how to ride it and not be rigid. Keep asking yourself "What really blows my skirts up?" To me, it's finding the work.
Never, ever, have I felt really accepted in Hollywood.
I have never been beautiful in cliche terms.
I really have no ulterior motive in taking on certain roles. I have no larger issue that I really want to show people. I'm an actor, that's all. I just do what I do.
In the 1970s and 1980s, I got to do some great work. The Oscars are really nice, but the best part is that I had the opportunity to do that kind of work.
The only thing that matters to me is getting to the work - getting to do the work. And I don't really care where it is: whether it's on stage or on television or in film.
You just do the best you can with what you've got... and sometimes magic strikes.
You may be a little older, or a little more neurotic, or a little more closed off. But inside, you're just the same.
I didn't back into being an actor, I was born one.