Ellen Burstyn

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Ellen Burstyn

Ellen Burstyn

Edna Rae Gillooly

American actress.

She was born December 7, 1932 in Detroit, Michigan, United States.

The present name – Edna Ray Dzhiloli.

She graduated from the Technical High School Class in Detroit. After working as a model in the state of Texas, in 1952 she performed in nightclubs as a dancer. In 1957 she made her debut on Broadway. In 1964 she graduated from drama courses of Lee Strasberg in New York.

On TV since 1963, plays Dr. Kate Bartok in the television series

“Doctor”(1963-1982). On the big screen debut in the role of Franny Salzman in the movie”Goodbye, Charlie” (1964).

It has become popular in the early 70s. Ellen Burstyn played the role of women, buyout desperately sought to combine feminism with prosperity in your personal life.

The best known role of Ellen Burstyn in the movie: Luis Faro in Peter Bogdanovich’s “The Last Picture Show”(1971, nominated for”Academy Award”and”Golden Globe”), Chris MacNeil in the horror film “The Exorcist”(1973, nominated for”Academy Award”and”Golden Globe”), Alice Hyatt in film-drama “Alice does not live here any more”(1974, Award””, Oscar BAFTA, and others.), Sonia Langman in the film of the French maestro Alain Resnais”Providence”(1977), by Doris in tape”At the same time, next year,”(1978,”Golden Globe nomination”, in the “Academy Award”), Edna McCullen in the film “The Resurrection”(1980, nominated for””, Saturn nomination for”Golden Globe”).

Significant kinoraboty recent years – Mildred in the movie “by Heart”(1998), Sara Goldfarb in the psychological drama”Requiem for a Dream”(2000, nominated for the”Golden Globe nomination”, in the “Saturn”).

Ellen Burstyn has 6 nominations for the television premium “Emmy”for roles in television series and television movies. The most unique actress nomination for the 15-second (& # 33;) role in the series”Mrs. Harris”. (2005).

Ellen Burstyn was 24 times in the nominations for various awards, 19 times wins. In 1988 he was awarded the “Berlinale Camera” the International Film Festival in West Berlin in 2005, received a lifetime achievement award in film at the International Film Festival in Savannah, United States.

prizes and awards

“Berlinale Camera” the International Film Festival in West Berlin, 1988

“For his achievements in film” on the IUF in Savannah, USA

Award “Academy Award” (1974):

Best Actress (“Alice does not live here any more”)

Nomination “Academy Award”:

1971 – Best Supporting Actress (“The Last Picture Show”)

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