for several decades, Sally Field He has been a constant not only in American TV and movies, but on stage as well. Born in post-World War II California, Field found her first appearance on television in 1965 on an initially unsuccessful series called a toolHowever, she soon found her break when she was cast in the series The flying nun. She continued to appear in other TV series throughout the 1970s and gained fame in the movie world when she appeared in the 1976 film C Bell. A year later, she starred in one of the most successful films of 1977: Smokey and the Bandit.
Finally freed for the first time from the typecasting that plagued her early career, Field was destined for greatness after the ’70s. Although she took a break from television for a while, she ended up making a comeback in the 2000s, explaining why she belonged to the small screen. In the world of film, Fields has received two Academy Awards for her appearance in Norma Ray And places of the heart. Marvel fans might even recognize her as Aunt May on Andrew Garfield’s The Amazing Spider-Man. However, this is Sally Field’s best work to date.
12 80 for Brady
released in 2023, 80 for Brady It revolves around a group of older women who share a passion for football star Tom Brady. Jane Fonda, Rita Moreno, Lily Tomlin, and Sally Field all star as a group of aging women whose dreams consist of seeing Brady in the Super Bowl just one more time before he retires. They originally became fans back in 2001, but when one of the women decided they’d go to the Super Bowl to celebrate their friendship and life, it became an even more legitimate idea. Suddenly they’re all planning to go to the Super Bowl in 2017, creating a bunch of hilarious and honest circumstances in the process.
11 The flying nun
The flying nun It debuted on American television in 1967, and ran for several seasons, eventually ending with 82 episodes. It was based on a book by author Terry Rios. A fictional sitcom, it tells the story of a community of nuns in Puerto Rico whose an anomaly occurs. When the wind drifts through her cornet one day, she discovers that she is now suddenly able to fly. She decides that she will use this newfound power in the name of good, as the abbey’s mission is to educate underprivileged children in the area and serve a poor community.
10 Mrs. Doubtfire
Chris Columbus Mrs. Doubtfire Released in 1993, it is an adaptation of the novel Alias Madame Doubtfire by Randy Mayim Singer. Based in San Francisco, a freelance voice actor finds himself in a bad position after quitting his job. His wife decided to divorce him and was granted custody because he could not have a stable income and a living situation for the children. When his ex-wife places an ad looking for a housekeeper, he decides to be dishonest and pose as a British nanny to get the job. Along the way, the whole family learns new things.
TV series ER It ran for 15 years, making it one of the longest-running American medical dramas in American television history. It ran for a total of 331 episodes and 15 seasons, and was very popular during its run. Field appeared on the series for six years, from 2000 to 2006. In the Chicago emergency room, the department staff have to deal with a wide variety of crises in each episode. With professional and personal problems on the table, there is never a dull moment in the emergency room.
Steven Spielberg came up with Lincoln 2012, and it was one of the best movies of his career. It also marked the last film appearance of actor Daniel Day-Lewis before announcing his retirement. Day-Lewis portrays US President Abraham Lincoln, who, in the late 19th century, was the face of abolitionism in the United States and led the country through the Civil War. Field portrays his wife, Mary Todd Lincoln. The film was praised for its acting and production, and won Day-Lewis the Academy Award for Best Actor. Screenplay written by Tony Kushner.
7 C Bell
C Bell It appeared on American television in 1976, and clocks in at over three hours in its runtime. Field portrays Sybil, a teacher who has just had a mental breakdown in front of her students. Although it wasn’t much of a problem, it still sends her to a psychiatrist, who decides there’s a deeper problem at hand here. The psychiatrist tries to delve deeper into Sybil’s trauma and past, and Sybil decides to ask her father about it when he comes to town. As it turns out, she had the same problems as a child, but her parents deny there was any help she needed. But as the problem worsens, it becomes clear that Sybil needs help.
6 places in the heart
Robert Benton places in the heart It was a huge hit when it was released in 1984, winning the Silver Bear for Best Director at the Berlin International Film Festival. Field depicts Edna, who lives in Texas during the Great Depression. Her husband is accidentally killed by a black teenager, who then kills in revenge. Edna must pick up the pieces left by her husband’s death and decides to keep the farm. She has hired a black maid to help her, and this marks a new beginning for her.
5 The Amazing Spider-Man
Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone The Amazing Spider-Man Creating a new addition to the tradition Spider Man being. The movie, released in 2012, finds Peter Parker in a new situation after being bitten by a radioactive spider after infiltrating a company that specializes in cross genetics. A villain named Lizard is increasingly on the loose, his powers also being created through the company’s research. At the same time, Peter must grapple with his budding romance with Gwen, the daughter of a police captain. Sally Field appears in the film as the likable character of Aunt May.
4 Brothers sisters
ABC family drama, Brothers sisters It ran for five years before concluding in 2011. The series revolves around the Walker family, whose patriarch, William, has just died. The family business was in shambles upon his death, and now a slew of personal issues are being thrown on the table. The wife (Field) must deal with the fact that her husband was unfaithful to her during their marriage, and their children are fighting for their lives. Things get even more complicated when what’s going to happen to work now has to take into account all of their plans, leading to lots of quarrels and booze.
3 forrest gump
forrest gump is one of the most iconic films of a generation since its release in 1994. Tom Hanks portrays Forrest Gump, who, at the beginning of the film, is an older man recounting his life to strangers whether they want to listen or not. Born with a low physical condition and IQ, Gump might be a handicapped person, but he should still be considered a normal human being. Despite the circumstances he was born into, Gump discovered he had a talent for running, and ended up on a football scholarship to the University of Alabama, beginning the beginning of an amazing collection of life stories.
2 Norma Ray
1979 Norma Ray It stars Field in the title role, and it was one of her first notable film roles. The film was based on the story of Crystal Lee Sutton, who was a union organizer from North Carolina. Norma Ray is a factory worker from North Carolina with little education, and when her co-workers and colleagues are exposed to unsafe working conditions, it’s time for a change. The textile mill they work at will be a battleground for union rights and equality, with Norma Rae leading that fight. Field won an Academy Award for her performance.
1 steel magnolia
steel magnolia It is a film adaptation of the play and featured Sally Field, Dolly Parton, Shirley MacLaine, Olympia Dukakis, and Julia Roberts, among others. Set in the Deep South, Louisiana, a beauty school graduate moves to a new area to work in a beauty salon. While another woman prepares for her daughter’s wedding, the daughter has a seizure due to her diabetes. This scene sets up for the rest of the movie, as when she ends up dying of diabetes, the women of the community band together.