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Susan Sarandon

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Susan Sarandon (born October 4, 1946) is an American actress. She has worked in films and television since 1969, and won an Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance in the 1995 film Dead Man Walking. She had also been nominated for the award for four films before that and has received other recognition for her work. She is also noted for her social and political activism for a variety of liberal causes.


Early life


Sarandon, the eldest of nine children in a Roman Catholic[1] family, was born as Susan Abigail Tomalin in New York City, as the daughter of Leonora Marie (née Criscione) and Phillip Leslie Tomalin (26 September 1917 – 26 March 1999), who worked as an advertising executive, television producer, and nightclub singer during the big band era.[2][3] Sarandon's father was of English, Irish and Welsh ancestry, and her Italian American mother's ancestors emigrated from the regions of Tuscany and Sicily.[2][4][5] Sarandon attended Roman Catholic schools.[1] She grew up in Edison, New Jersey,[6][7] where she graduated from Edison High School in 1964. She then attended The Catholic University of America, from 1964 to 1968, and earned a BA in drama and worked with noted drama coach and master teacher, Father Gilbert V. Hartke.



In 1969, Sarandon went to a casting call for the motion-picture Joe, with her then-husband Chris Sarandon. Although he did not get a part, she was cast in a major role of a disaffected teen, who disappears into the seedy underworld.[clarification needed] (The film was released in 1970). Between the years 1970 and 1972, Sarandon played Patrice Kahlman on the short-lived soap opera A World Apart, and on Search for Tomorrow, in the role of Sarah Fairbanks. She appeared in Fleur bleue (The Apprentice) (1971) and also appeared in Lady Liberty (1971), by Mario Monicelli, opposite Sophia Loren.

In 1974, she co-starred in The Front Page, with the comedy duo Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau and Lovin' Molly with Anthony Perkins. She appeared in the cult favorite musical The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975). That same year, she played the female lead in The Great Waldo Pepper, opposite Robert Redford. In 1978, Sarandon played the mother of a child prostitute, who was played by Brooke Shields, in Pretty Baby.


Susan Sarandon's hand and foot prints at Grauman's Chinese Theatre

Her most controversial film appearance[citation needed] was in The Hunger in 1983, a modern vampire story in which she had a lesbian sex scene with Catherine Deneuve. The film was a critical and commercial flop but gained a cult following.[citation needed] Sarandon played one of the leads in the 1987 dark comedy/fantasy film The Witches of Eastwick, opposite Jack Nicholson. Sarandon starred in the 1988 film Bull Durham, which became a huge commercial and critical success. In 1989, she co-starred with Marlon Brando in A Dry White Season.

Sarandon received five Academy Award nominations, for best actress, in Atlantic City (1980), Thelma & Louise (1991), Lorenzo's Oil (1992) and The Client (1994). In 1995, she won the award for her performance in Dead Man Walking.[citation needed]

Additional performances in film include Little Women (1994), Compromising Positions, Stepmom (1998), Anywhere but Here (1999), Cradle Will Rock (1999), The Banger Sisters (2002), Shall We Dance (2004), Alfie (2004), Romance & Cigarettes (2005), Elizabethtown (2005) and Enchanted (2007).

Sarandon has appeared in two episodes of The Simpsons, one as herself ("Bart Has Two Mommies") and another as a ballet teacher, "Homer vs. Patty and Selma". She has made appearances on comedies such as Friends, Malcolm in the Middle, Mad TV, Saturday Night Live, Chappelle's Show, 30 Rock, and Rescue Me.[citation needed]

Sarandon has contributed the narration to some two dozen documentary film, many of which dealt with social and political issues;[citation needed] in addition, she has served as the presenter on many installments of the PBS documentary series, Independent Lens. In 2007, she hosted and presented Mythos, a series of lectures by the late American mythology professor Joseph Campbell.[8]

Sarandon joined the cast of the adaptation of The Lovely Bones, opposite Rachel Weisz, and appeared with her daughter, Eva Amurri, in Middle of Nowhere; both of the movies were filmed in 2007.[9][10]

In June 2010, Sarandon joined the cast of new HBO pilot The Miraculous Year. She will play the role of Patty Atwood, a Broadway director/choreographer.[11]

[edit]Personal life


Sarandon began a relationship with fellow college student Chris Sarandon, in 1964, and they married on September 16, 1967.[12] After their separation, Sarandon discussed their relationship in an interview with Cosmopolitan magazine in 1978, in which she stated "I no longer believe in marriage."[13] They divorced in 1979 and she retained Sarandon as her stage name.[14]

In the late 1970s, Sarandon had a two-year relationship with director Louis Malle, who directed her in Pretty Baby and Atlantic City.[12]

In the mid-1980s, Sarandon dated director Franco Amurri, with whom she had a daughter in 1985, actress Eva Amurri.[14]

From 1986 to 2009,[15] Sarandon was in a relationship with actor Tim Robbins, whom she met while she filmed Bull Durham. They had two sons — Jack Henry (born 1989) and Miles Guthrie (born 1992).[14]

Sarandon and Robbins often worked together on the same social and political causes. In 2006, Sarandon received the Action Against Hunger Humanitarian Award.[16] She was honored for her work as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, an advocate for victims of hunger and HIV/AIDS and a spokesperson for Heifer International. Sarandon also participates as a member of the Jury for the NYICFF, a local New York City Film Festival that is dedicated to screening films for children between the ages of 3 and 18.[17] In 2006, Sarandon and 10 of her relatives (including her then-partner Tim Robbins and her son Miles) travelled to Wales to trace her family's Welsh genealogy. Their journey was documented by the BBC Wales programme, Coming Home: Susan Sarandon.[5] In 2006, she also received the "Ragusani nel mondo" prize, since she had recently discovered her Sicilian roots, in Ragusa, Italy.

One of her favorite hobbies is playing table tennis. She is involved in a New York Table Tennis Club, Spin; a club that she frequents when she doesn't film.[18]

[edit]Political activism

Sarandon is noted for her active support of progressive and left-liberal political causes, ranging from donations made to organizations such as EMILY's List,[19] to participating in a 1983 delegation to Nicaragua sponsored by MADRE, an organization that promotes "social, environmental and economic justice."[20] Sarandon has also expressed support for various human rights causes that are similar philosophically to ideas found among the Christian left.[21]

In 1995, Sarandon was one of many Hollywood actors, directors and writers who were interviewed for the documentary The Celluloid Closet, which looked at how Hollywood films have depicted homosexuality. In 1999, she was appointed UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. In that capacity, she has actively supported the organization's global advocacy, as well as the work of the Canadian UNICEF Committee.


Susan Sarandon in April 2007

During the 2000 election, Sarandon supported Ralph Nader's run for President, serving as a co-chair of the National Steering Committee of Nader 2000.[22]

During the 2004 election campaign, she withheld support for Nader's bid, being among several "Nader 2000 Leaders" who signed a petition that urged voters to vote for Democratic Party candidate John Kerry.[23] After the 2004 election, Sarandon called for US elections to be monitored by international entities.[24]

Sarandon and Robbins both took an early stance against the 2003 invasion of Iraq, with Sarandon stating that she was firmly against the concept of the war as a pre-emptive strike.[25] Prior to a 2003 protest sponsored by the United for Peace and Justice coalition, she said that many Americans "do not want to risk their children or the children of Iraq".[26] Sarandon was one of the first to appear in a series of political ads sponsored by TrueMajority, an organization established by Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream founder Ben Cohen.[27][28] Also in 2003, Sarandon appeared in a "Love is Love is Love" commercial, which promoted the acceptance of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals.

In 2004, she served on the advisory committee for the group 2004 Racism Watch.[29] She hosted a section of the Live 8 concert in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 2005. In 2006, she was one of eight women who were selected to carry in the Olympic flag at the Opening Ceremony of the 2006 Olympic Winter Games, in Turin, Italy.

Along with anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan, Sarandon took part in a 2006 Mother's Day protest, which was sponsored by Code Pink;[30] she has expressed interest in portraying Sheehan in a movie.[31] In January 2007, she appeared with Robbins and Jane Fonda at an anti-war rally in Washington, D.C. in support of a Congressional measure to withdraw U.S. forces from Iraq.[32]

In the 2008 U.S. presidential election, Sarandon and Tim Robbins campaigned[33] for John Edwards in the New Hampshire communities of Hampton,[34] Bedford and Dover.[35] When asked at We Vote '08 Kickoff Party "What would Jesus do this primary season", Sarandon said, "I think Jesus would be very supportive of John Edwards."[36]

On March 12, 2011 Susan spoke before a crowd in Madison WI during a protest[37] of Governer Scott Walker and his "Budget Repair Bill".





1970JoeMelissa Compton

1971Lady LibertySally

1971The ApprenticeElizabeth Hawkinsaka "Fleur bleue" (in Canada)

1974Lovin' MollySarah

1974The Front PagePeggy Grant

1975The Great Waldo PepperMary Beth

1975The Rocky Horror Picture ShowJanet Weiss

1976DragonflyChloeaka "One Summer Love" (USA: reissue title)

1977Checkered Flag or CrashC.C. Wainwright

1977The Other Side of MidnightCatherine Alexander Douglas

1977The Great Smokey RoadblockGinny

1978Pretty BabyHattie

1978King of the GypsiesRose

1979Something Short of ParadiseMadeline Ross

1980Atlantic CitySally MatthewsGenie Award for Best Performance by a Foreign Actress

Kansas City Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress

Nominated—Academy Award for Best Actress

1980Loving CouplesStephanie

1982TempestAretha Tomalin

1983The HungerDr. Sarah Roberts

1983Who Am I This Time?Helene Shaw

1984The Buddy SystemEmily

1985Compromising PositionsJudith Singer

1986Women of ValorCol. Margaret Ann Jessup

1987The Witches of EastwickJane SpoffordNominated—Saturn Award for Best Actress

1988Bull DurhamAnnie SavoyBoston Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actress

Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy

1988Sweet Hearts DanceSandra Boon

1989The January ManChristine Starkey

1989A Dry White SeasonMelanie Bruwer

1990White PalaceNora BakerLondon Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress (also for Thelma & Louise)

Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama

1991Thelma & LouiseLouise Elizabeth SawyerDavid di Donatello Award for Best Foreign Actress (shared with Geena Davis)

London Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress (also for White Palace)

National Board of Review Award for Best Actress (shared with Geena Davis)

Nominated—Academy Award for Best Actress

Nominated—BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role

Nominated—Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress

Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama

1992The PlayerHerself

1992Light SleeperAnn

1992Bob RobertsTawna Titan

1992Lorenzo's OilMichaela OdoneNominated—Academy Award for Best Actress

Nominated—Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress

Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama

1994The ClientRegina 'Reggie' LoveBAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role

Nominated—Academy Award for Best Actress

Nominated—Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role

1994Little WomenMargaret 'Marmee' March

1994Safe PassageMargaret 'Mag' Singer

1995Dead Man WalkingSister Helen PrejeanAcademy Award for Best Actress

Chlotrudis Award for Best Actress

David di Donatello Award for Best Foreign Actress

Kansas City Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress

Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role

Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama

1996James and the Giant PeachMiss Spidervoice

1998TwilightCatherine Ames


1998StepmomJackie HarrisonSan Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Actress

Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama

Nominated—Satellite Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama

1999Our Friend, MartinMrs. Clarkvoice (direct-to-video)

1999Cradle Will RockMargherita Sarfatti

1999Anywhere but HereAdele August

2000Joe Gould's SecretAlice Neel

2000Rugrats in Paris: The MovieCoco LaBouchevoice

2001Cats & DogsIvyvoice

2001Goodnight MoonNarratorvoice (short subject)

2002Igby Goes DownMimi SlocumbLas Vegas Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting Actress (also for | Moonlight Mile)

Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture

2002The Banger SistersLavinia Kingsley

2002Moonlight MileJojo FlossLas Vegas Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting Actress (also for Igby Goes Down)

2002Little Miss SpiderNarratorshort subject

2003Ice BoundDr. Jerri Nielsen

2004NoelRose Collins

2004Jiminy Glick in LalawoodHerselfCameo

2004Shall We DanceBeverly Clark


2005ElizabethtownHollie Baylor

2005Romance & CigarettesKitty


2007Mr. WoodcockBeverly Farley

2007In the Valley of ElahJoan Deerfield

2007EnchantedQueen Narissa

2007Emotional ArithmeticMelanie Lansing WintersNominated—Genie Award for Best Performance by a Foreign Actress

Nominated—Jutra Award for Best Actress

2007Bernard and DorisDoris DukeNominated—Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress – Miniseries or a Movie

Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film

Nominated—Satellite Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film

Nominated—Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie

2008Speed RacerMom Racer

2008Middle of NowhereRhonda Berry

2009The GreatestGrace Brewer

2009PeacockFanny CrillDirect-to-video

2009Leaves of GrassDaisy Kincaid

2009Solitary ManNancy

2009The Lovely BonesGrandma LynnNominated—Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress

2010Wall Street: Money Never SleepsSylvia Moore




1971A World ApartPatrice Kahlman

1971Owen Marshall: Counselor at LawJoyce1 episode

1972Search for TomorrowSarah Fairbanksunknown episodes

1973Wide World Mysteryepisode The Haunting of Rosalind

1974F. Scott Fitzgerald and 'The Last of the Belles'Ailie Calhoun

1974The Satan MurdersKateTV movie

1974June MoonEileenTV movie

1974The Rimers of EldritchPasty JohnsonTV movie

1982Who Am I This Time?Helene ShawTV movie

1984Oxbridge BluesNatalieTV mini-series

1984Faerie Tale TheatreBeauty1 episode

1985A.DLivillaTV mini-series

1985Mussolini and IEdda Mussolini CianoTV movie

1986Women of ValorCol. Margaret Ann JessupTV movie

1994All Star 25th Birthday: Stars and Street Forever!Bitsy

1995The SimpsonsBallet Teacher1 episode

1999Earthly PossessionsCharlotte EmoryTV movie

2001FriendsCecilia Monroe/Jessica LockhartNominated—Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress – Comedy Series

2001Cool Women In HistoryThe HostSeason 1

Nominated—Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Series

2002Malcolm in the MiddleMegNominated—Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress – Comedy Series

2003Frank Herbert's Children of DunePrincess WensiciaTV miniseries

2004Chappelle's ShowherselfSeason 3

2004Troy: The Passion of HelenThe Host

2005The ExoneratedSunny JacobsTV movie

2005Mad TV2 episodes


2007Rescue MeAlicia

2009ERNora1 episode

2010Who Do You Think You Are?[38]herself1 episode

2010You Don't Know JackJanet GoodTV movie

Nominated — Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie

Nominated - Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie

2010Chelsea LatelyHerselfAppeared 7/20/2010

2010The Good WifeMrs. Joe KentUncredited voice role, 10/27/2010



1983When the Mountains Tremble

1990Through the Wirenarrator

1993Wildnerness: The Last Standnarrator

1994School of the Americas Assassinsnarrator

1995The Celluloid Closet

1996Tell the Truth and Run: George Seldes and the American Pressnarrator

1997The Need to Knownarrator

1997Father Roy: Inside the School of Assassinsnarrator

1997187: Documentednarrator

1999For Love of Juliannarrator

2000Light Keeps Me Company

2000Iditarod: A Far Distant Placenarrator

2000This Is What Democracy Looks Likenarrator

2000Dying to be Thinnarrator

2001Uphill All the Waynarrator

2001900 Womennarrator

2001The Shaman's Apprenticenarrator


2001Islamabad: Rock Citynarrator

2001Ghosts of Atticanarrator

2001Last Party 2000

2002The Next Industrial Revolutionnarrator

2002Tibet: Cry of the Snow Lionnarrator

2003XXI Century

2003The Nazi Officer's Wifenarrator

2003Burma: Anatomy of Terrornarrator

2003Journey of the Heart: The Life of Henri Nouwennarrator

2004Fragile Hopes from the Killing Fieldsnarrator

2005A Whale in Montananarrator

2005On the Line: Dissent in an Age of Terrorism

2006Secrets of the Codenarrator

2006Christa McAuliffe: Reach for the Starsnarrator

2007This Child of Minenarrator

2007World Beyond Wiseguys: Italian Americans & the Movies


2010Who Do You Think You Are?Herself



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Susan Sarandon

Origem do texto: Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre.

Vida pessoal


Susan é filha de Phillip Leslie Tomalin, que tinha ascendência irlandesa, inglesa e galesa, e de Lenora Marie Criscione, uma italiana nascida em Ragusa, Sicília. Ela cresceu numa grande família católica de nove filhos. Graduou-se em 1964 pela Edison High School e estudou na Universidade Católica da América, em Washington DC, onde bacharelou-se em Artes.

Enquanto estava na faculdade, Susan conheceu Chris Sarandon, com quem se casou em setembro de 1967. Eles se divorciaram em 1979 e ela continuou a usar "Sarandon" como seu nome artístico. Na metade dos anos 80, ela namorou o diretor italiano Franco Amurri, com quem teve uma filha, a atriz Eva Amurri. Também namorou o ator Sean Penn e o diretor Louis Malle.

Desde 1988, Sarandon vive com o ator Tim Robbins, a quem ela conheceu nas filmagens de Bull Durham. O casal teve dois filhos: Jack Henry e Miles Guthrie. Tanto ela quanto Robbins estão envolvidos em causas políticas socialistas.

No dia 23 de dezembro de 2009, o casal anunciou sua separação, publicada pela revista People.

Em 2003, Susan apareceu no comercial "Love is Love is Love", promovendo a aceitação de indivíduos gays, lésbicas e transgêneros.

Em 2005, participou do Live 8, em Edimburgo, na Escócia. Em 2006, participou da cerimônia de abertura dos Jogos Olímpicos de Inverno de 2006.

Sarandon e dez de seus parentes, incluindo Tim Robbins e seu filho Miles, viajaram para Gales para obter informações sobre a genealogia galesa de sua família. A jornada foi comentada no programa da BBC de Gales Coming Home: Susan Sarandon.

Susan Sarandon é também uma amiga próxima de Julia Roberts.



A Wikipédia possui o:

Portal Cinema

2009 - The Lovely Bones (Um Olhar do Paraíso)

2008 - Speed Racer

2007 - Mr. Woodcock (Em Pé de Guerra)

2007 - Enchanted (Encantada)

2007 - In the Valley of Elah (No Vale das Sombras)

2006 - Irresistible (Identidade roubada)

2005 - Elizabethtown (Tudo acontece em Elizabethtown)

2004 - Romance & Cigarettes

2004 - A Whale in Montana

2004 - Noel (Anjo de vidro)

2004 - Alfie (Alfie - O sedutor)

2004 - Shall We Dance? (Dança comigo?)

2003 - Ice Bound (TV)

2003 - Children of Dune'

2002 - The Banger Sisters (Doidas demais)

2002 - Moonlight Mile (Vida que segue)

2002 - Igby Goes Down (A estranha família de Igby)

2001 - Rudyland

2001 - Uphill All the Way (voz - narradora)

2001 - Cats & Dogs (Como cães e gatos) (voz)

2001 - 900 Women (voz - narradora)

2001 - Rugrats In Paris: The Movie (Rugrats em Paris: O Filme)

2000 - Dirty Pictures (Fotos proibidas) (TV)

2000 - Time of Our Lives

2000 - This Is What a Democracy Looks Like (voz - narradora)

2000 - Iditarod: A Far Distant Place (voz - narradora)

2000 - Ljuset haller mig sallskap

2000 - Rugrats in Paris: The Movie (Os anjinhos em Paris) (voz)

2000 - Joe Gould's Secret (Crônica de uma certa Nova York)

1999 - Anywhere But Here (Em qualquer outro lugar)

1999 - Cradle Will Rock (O poder vai dançar!)

1999 - Earthly Possessions (Um beijo como resgate) (TV)

1998 - Stepmom (Lado a lado)

1998 - Illuminata (Illuminata)

1998 - Twilight (Fugindo do passado)

1997 - 187: Documented (voz)

1997 - Father Roy: Inside the School of Assassins (voz)

1996 - James and the Giant Peach (James e o pêssego gigante)

1996 - Tell the truth and run: George Seldes and the American Press (voz)

1995 - Dead Man Walking (Os últimos passos de um homem )

1994 - The Client (O cliente)

1994 - Little Women (Adoráveis mulheres)

1994 - Safe Passage (Unidos pela esperança)

1992 - Light Sleeper(O Dono da Noite)

1992 - Lorenzo's Oil (O óleo de Lorenzo)

1992 - The Player (O jogador)

1992 - Bob Roberts (Bob Roberts)

1991 - Thelma & Louise (Thelma e Louise)

1991 - Light Sleeper

1990 - White Palace (Loucos de paixão)

1989 - A Dry White Season (Assassinato sob custódia)

1989 - January Man (O calendário da morte)

1988 - Bull Durham (Sorte no amor)

1988 - Sweet Hearts Dance (Amores em conflito)

1987 - The Witches of Eastwick (As bruxas de Eastwick)

1986 - Women of Valor (O preço da coragem) (TV)

1985 - Compromising Positions (Posições comprometedoras)

1985 - Mussolini: The Decline and Fall of Il Duce (Mussolini e eu) (TV)

1984 - The Buddy System (Amigos & amantes)

1983 - The Hunger (Fome de viver)

1982 - Tempest (A tempestade)

1981 - Who Am I This Time? (No teatro da vida) (TV)

1980 - Loving Couples (Casais trocados)

1980 - Atlantic City (Atlantic City)

1979 - Something Short in Paradise

1978 - Pretty Baby (Pretty Baby - Menina bonita)

1978 - King of the Gypsies (Rei dos ciganos)

1977 - The Other Side of Midnight

1977 - Checkered Flag or Crash

1976 - The Great Smokey Roadblock (Caravana de intrépidos)

1976 - One Summer Love (Um amor de verão)

1975 - The Rocky Horror Picture Show

1975 - The Great Waldo Pepper

1974 - June Moon (TV)

1974 - The Front Page (A primeira página)

1974 - Lovin'Molly

1971 - Fleur bleue

1971 - La Mortadella

1970 - Joe

[editar]Prêmios e indicações


Oscar (EUA)

Ganhou na categoria de Melhor Atriz (principal) pelo filme Dead Man Walking.

Foi ainda cinco vezes indicada na categoria de Melhor Atriz (principal) pelos filmes Atlantic City (1981); Thelma & Louise (1991); O óleo de Lorenzo (1992) e O Cliente (1994).

Golden Globe

Foi 5 vezes indicada na categoria Melhor actriz em filme dramático pelos filmes White Palace (1990), Thelma & Louise (1991), Lorenzo's Oil (1992), Dead Man Walking (1995) e Stepmom (1998); 1 vez indicada na categoria Melhor actriz em comédia ou musical por Bull Durham (1988) e uma vez na categoria Melhor actriz coadjuvante/secundária em cinema por Igby Goes Down (2002). Nunca ganhou em nenhuma categoria.


Foi duas vezes indicada na categoria de melhor atriz por Thelma & Louise (1992); O Cliente (1995); Venceu em 1995.

Prêmio SAG

Ganhou o Prémio Screen Actors Guild para melhor actriz num filme por Dead Man Walking (1995) e foi indicada na mesma categoria por The Client (1994)

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