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Sally Field

Sally Field

American actress
Sally Margaret Field is an American actress. Known for her extensive work on screen and stage, she has received many accolades throughout her career spanning five decades, including two Academy Awards, two Golden Globe Awards, and three Primetime Emmy Awards, in addition to nominations for a Tony Award and two British Academy Film Awards.Wikipedia
BornNovember 6, 1946
HometownPasadena, California, United States
Net worth$50 million
Height5'2" (1.57m)
SpouseAlan Greisman, Steve Craig
PartnerBurt Reynolds
ChildrenPeter Craig, Eli Craig, Sam Greisman
ParentsMargaret Field
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Videos

Michelle Yeoh Explains Why She Handed Emma Stone’s Oscar to Jennifer Lawrence on Stage

Michelle Yeoh had the sweetest reason for passing Emma Stone’s Oscar off to Jennifer Lawrence at the 96th Academy Awards. Yeoh, 61, along with Lawrence, 33, Sally Field, Charlize Theron and Jessica Lange all took the stage to present the Best Actress award at the Sunday, March 10, ceremony. After naming Stone, 35, as the winner, Yeoh confused viewers when quickly handing the trophy to Lawrence who then passed it to Stone. “I wanted to share that glorious moment of handing over Oscar to you together with your best friend Jennifer!!” Yeoh explained via Instagram on Monday, March 11, alongside a slideshow of photos from the night. “She reminded me of my Bae Jamie Lee Curtis ♥️✨.”  (Yeoh and Curtis both starred in Everything Everywhere All at Once, taking home the Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress Oscars, respectively, in 2023.) Yeoh then praised Stone and Lawrence for their years-long friendship, writing that the two women are “always there for each other!! 😘😘😘.” She concluded the message, “Congratulations Emma!!” Complete List of 2024 Oscars Nominees and Winners All the women who took the stage to present with Yeoh previously received the Best Actress award, with Lawrence winning in 2013 for Silver Linings Playbook. Field won twice for Norma Rae and Places in the Heart in 1979 and 1984, respectively, while Lange took home the statue in 1995 for Blue Sky. Theron received the accolade in 2004 for her role in Monster. Kevin Winter/Getty Images Stone, meanwhile, beat out Lily Gladstone in Killers of the Flower Moon, Annette Bening in NYAD, Carey Mulligan in Maestro and Sandra Hüller in Anatomy of a Fall. She earned the nod for her part as Bella Baxter in Yorgos Lanthimos‘ Poor Things, marking her second time winning the award after first receiving it for 2017’s La La Land. (Stone’s other past nominations include Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Birdman in 2015 and The Favourite in 2019. She was also up for Best Picture this year for her work as a producer on Poor Things.) Kevin Winter/Getty Images Stone opened her acceptance speech by thanking her fellow Best Actress nominees. “This is really overwhelming. My voice is also a little gone. Whatever. The women in this category, you are all incredible. Sandra, Annette, Carey, Lily, I share this with you,” she gushed while looking at Gladstone, who was also a frontrunner of the night. “I am deeply honored to share this with every cast member, with every single person who poured their love into the making of this film. Thank you for the gift of a lifetime in Bella Baxter.” Celebrity BFFs: Hollywood’s Closest Pals Stone also took a beat to thank her family — including husband Dave McCary and daughter Louise Jean — for being her support system over the years. “My mom, my brother Spencer, my dad, my husband, I love you so much,” she said through tears. “And most importantly, my daughter, who is going to be 3 in three days and has turned our lives technicolor. I love you bigger than the whole sky, my girl.”
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MOVIES & TV SHOWS

National Theatre Live: All My Sons
National Theatre Live: All My Sons
2h 45min
2019
Hitched
Hitched
1h 13min
1973
80 for Brady
80 for Brady
PG-13
1h 38min
2023
Spoiler Alert
Spoiler Alert
PG-13
1h 52min
2022
Dispatches From Elsewhere
Dispatches From Elsewhere
0h 45min
2020
Hello, My Name Is Doris
Hello, My Name Is Doris
R
1h 30min
2015
Lincoln
Lincoln
PG-13
2h 29min
2012
The Desert of Forbidden Art
The Desert of Forbidden Art
PG
1h 20min
2010
The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning
The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning
G
1h 17min
2008
Two Weeks
Two Weeks
R
1h 38min
2006
Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde
Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde
PG-13
1h 34min
2003
The Court
The Court
1h
2002
Say It Isn't So
Say It Isn't So
R
1h 35min
2001
David Copperfield
David Copperfield
3h
2000
A Cooler Climate
A Cooler Climate
R
1h 39min
1999
Eye for an Eye
Eye for an Eye
R
1h 37min
1996
A Woman of Independent Means
A Woman of Independent Means
5h 16min
1995
Mrs. Doubtfire
Mrs. Doubtfire
PG-13
2h 5min
1993
Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey
Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey
G
1h 24min
1993
Soapdish
Soapdish
PG-13
1h 37min
1991
Not Without My Daughter
Not Without My Daughter
PG-13
1h 50min
1991
Steel Magnolias
Steel Magnolias
PG
1h 58min
1989
Punchline
Punchline
R
2h 3min
1988
Surrender
Surrender
1h 36min
1987
Murphy's Romance
Murphy's Romance
PG-13
1h 47min
1985
Places in the Heart
Places in the Heart
PG
1h 51min
1984

AWARDS

YearAssociationsCategoryWorkResult
2013Screen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion PictureLincoln (film)Nominated
2013British Academy of Film & Television ArtsSupporting ActressLincoln (film)Nominated
2013Golden GlobeBest Performance By an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion PictureLincoln (film)Nominated
2013Screen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting RoleLincoln (film)Nominated
2013Academy AwardActress in a Supporting RoleLincoln (film)Nominated