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Susan Sarandon

Susan Sarandon

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Born: October 4, 1946 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Jackson Heights, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1998:
Co-starred with Ed Harris and Julia Roberts in the comedy-drama "Stepmom"; also served as executive producer
1992:
Played small role in Robbins' feature directing debut "Bob Roberts"
1974:
Played the fictionalized heroine in the TV dramatization "F. Scott Fitzgerald and the Last of the Belles" (ABC)
1985:
Starred as a housewife investigating a murder in the comedy-drama "Compromising Positions"; was pregnant with first child during filming which was noticably visible in some scenes
2004:
Starred opposite Jude Law in "Alfie," a remake of the 1966 film starring Michael Caine
1975:
Was leading lady to Robert Redford in "The Great Waldo Pepper"
1982:
Acted with John Cassavetes and wife Gena Rowlands in Paul Mazursky's "Tempest," loosely based on Shakespeare's play
2005:
Co-starred as James Gandolfini's wife in "Romance & Cigarettes," directed by John Turturro
2002:
Co-starred opposite Dustin Hoffman in "Moonlight Mile"
2007:
Co-starred opposite Tommy Lee Jones in Paul Haggis' "In the Valley of Elah"
1999:
Made cameo appearance in Robbins' feature "The Cradle Will Rock"
2010:
Played the mother of twin sons (Edward Norton) in Tim Blake Nelson's "Leaves of Grass"
1990:
Portrayed older waitress who becomes involved with younger yuppie James Spader in "White Palace"
2001:
Voiced the dog Ivy in the feature "Cats & Dogs"
1998:
Cast as a movie star married to Gene Hackman who calls upon old friend detective Paul Newman for assistance in Robert Benton's "Twilight"
2004:
Cast as Richard Gere's wife in "Shall We Dance?" a remake of the 1996 Japanese film
1985:
Co-starred as Edda Ciano, the dictator's daughter in the HBO miniseries "Mussolini: The Decline and Fall of Il Duce"
1978:
First film with director Louis Malle, "Pretty Baby" playing Brooke Shields' prostitute mother
2006:
Guest starred on several episodes of Denis Leary's FX drama "Rescue Me"
1980:
Off-Broadway debut in "A Coupla White Chicks Sitting Around Talking"
2000:
Provided the voice for Coco La Bouche in the animated film "Rugrats in Paris - The Movie"
1980:
Reteamed with Malle for "Atlantic City"; earned first Best Actress Oscar nomination playing a young casino employee who falls for older Burt Lancaster
2009:
Returned to Broadway after more than 30 years as the elder ex-wife of a dying monarch, portrayed by Aussie actor Geoffrey Rush, in Eugene Ionesco's drama "Exit The King"
1999:
Starred as a single mother of a teenager in Wayne Wang's "Anywhere But Here"
1982:
Starred opposite Christopher Walken in the acclaimed PBS drama "Who Am I This Time?"
1972:
Acted on the daytime soap "Search for Tomorrow" (CBS, NBC)
2010:
Co-starred as Hemlock Society activist Janet Good in the Barry Levinson directed HBO film "You Don't Know Jack," about Dr. Jack Kevorkian, played by Al Pacino; earned an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie
2002:
Co-starred with Goldie Hawn in "The Banger Sisters"
2000:
Had cameo role as painter Alice Neel in "Joe Gould's Secret," directed by Stanley Tucci
1983:
Love scene with Catherine Deneuve in Tony Scott's "The Hunger" created a minor furor
1991:
Made cameo appearance as herself in Robert Altman's "The Player," starring Robbins
2008:
Portrayed tobacco millionairess Doris Duke in the HBO film "Bernard and Doris"; earned Emmy, Golden Globe and SAG nominations for Best Actress in a TV-movie
1996:
Provided the voice of the Spider for "James and the Giant Peach"
1999:
Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
2012:
Co-starred in "Jeff, Who Lives at Home" opposite Jason Segel and Ed Helms
2012:
Re-teamed with Richard Gere as husband and wife in financial thriller "Arbitrage"
2012:
Played multiple roles in "Cloud Atlas," based on David Mitchell's 2004 novel; film co-directed by Andy Wachowski, Lana Wachowski, and Tom Tykwer
2012:
Co-starred with director Robert Redford in thriller "The Company You Keep"
2017:
Began voicing aunt Agatha in Ezra Koenig's anime series "Neo Yokio"
2017:
Joined the cast of "Ray Donovan"
2018:
Appeared in the drama "The Death and Life of John F. Donovan"
1970:
Had first regular TV role, appearing on the ABC daytime soap "A World Apart"
2001:
Made guest appearance on an episode of "Friends" (NBC) playing a soap opera actress; received Emmy nomination
1988:
Met companion Tim Robbins while co-starring in hit comedy "Bull Durham"
2008:
Played Mom Racer in the Wachowski brothers' live action film adaptation of the 1960s Japanese series "Speed Racer"
2005:
Played Orlando Bloom's mother in Cameron Crowe's drama "Elizabethtown"
1994:
Portrayed the matriarch of the March family in Gillian Armstrong's "Little Women"
1992:
Reteamed with Miller for "Lorenzo's Oil," earning her third Best Actress Academy Award nomination
1970:
Made screen debut in "Joe"; had accompanied then-husband Chris Sarandon to his audition for the film but she was hired instead
1975:
Co-starred as newlywed Janet in cult hit "The Rocky Horror Picture Show"
1991:
Co-starred with Geena Davis in the female buddy film "Thelma & Louise," directed by Ridley Scott; earned second Best Actress Oscar nomination
1987:
Made first film with director George Miller, "The Witches of Eastwick"
1994:
Picked up a fourth Best Actress Oscar nomination for her turn as a no-nonense Southern attorney in "The Client"
2002:
Played the title character's mother in "Igby Goes Down"; received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actress
1972:
Made Broadway debut as Tricia Nixon in Gore Vidal's "An Evening With Richard Nixon and . . ."
2007:
Played the evil queen in Disney's modern-day animation and live-action fairy tale "Enchanted"
2009:
Played the grandmother of a young girl who is murdered in the film adaptation of Alice Sebold's bestseller "The Lovely Bones"
1995:
Starred in Robbins' "Dead Man Walking" opposite Sean Penn; finally won Oscar as Best Actress; Robbins' nomination as Best Director made them the first couple since Cassavetes and Rowlands to be jointly nominated for their work together
2010:
Appeared in Oliver Stone directed sequel "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps"
2013:
Cast opposite Dwayne Johnson in action drama "Snitch"
2014:
Cast as Pearl in Melissa McCarthy vehicle "Tammy"
2017:
Appeared as the grandmother in transgender drama "3 Generations"
2017:
Played Bette Davis in biopic series "Feud"

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