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Shelley Winters

Shelley Winters
  • Career: Actress
  • Top celebrities: 3822
  • BirthDate: 1920, 18 of August , St. Louis, Missouri, USA
  • Spouse: Gerry DeFord (13 January 2006 - 14 January 2006) (her death), Anthony Franciosa (4 May 1957 - 18 November 1960) (divorced), Vittorio Gassman (28 April 1952 - 2 June 1954) (divorced) 1 child, Capt. Mack Paul Mayer (1 January 1942 - 1 October 1948) (divorced)
  • Zodiac sign: Leo
  • Facts of life

    Shelley Winters

     

    Shelley Winters was born on August 18, 1920. She was an American actress who starred in numerous films and has been received Oscar nominations. She is best known for her work in The Diary of Anne Frank, A Patch of Blue, The Poseidon Adventure, Alfie, Lolita to name a few. She donated about fifty years of her life to the film industry and died at the age of 86. She is an Academy Award winner for her work in The Diary of Anne Frank.

    She was born under the name of Shirley Schrift in St. Louis, Missouri. She died on January 14, 2006 due to a heart failure. She was married four times and her husband was Gerry DeFord before she passed away. She has one child from her second husband. Her last work was Gideon in which she played Mrs. Willows. Her first film was ‘What a Woman!’ in 1943.

  • Awards: Nominated Oscar - 1973 for "Best Actress in a Supporting Role for:The Poseidon Adventure (1972)."
    Won Oscar - 1966 for "Best Actress in a Supporting Role for:A Patch of Blue (1965)."
    Won Oscar - 1960 for "Best Actress in a Supporting Role for:The Diary of Anne Frank (1959)."
    Nominated Oscar - 1952 for "Best Actress in a Leading Role for:A Place in the Sun (1951)."
    Nominated BAFTA Film Award - 1978 for "Best Supporting Actress for:Next Stop, Greenwich Village (1976)."
    Nominated BAFTA Film Award - 1973 for "Best Supporting Actress for:The Poseidon Adventure (1972)."
    Won Special David - 1977 for "for:Un borghese piccolo piccolo (1977). For her acting performance."
    Nominated Emmy - 1975 for "Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy or Drama Series for:"McCloud" (1970). (NBC). For episode "The Barefoot Girls of Bleecker Street"."
    Nominated Emmy - 1966 for "Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Drama for:"Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre" (1963). (NBC). For playing "Edith". For episode "Back to Back"."
    Won Emmy - 1964 for "Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for:"Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre" (1963). (NBC). For playing "Jenny Dworak". For episode "Two Is The Number"."
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1977 for "Best Motion Picture Actress in a Supporting Role for:Next Stop, Greenwich Village (1976)."
    Won Golden Globe - 1973 for "Best Supporting Actress - Motion Picture for:The Poseidon Adventure (1972)."
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1967 for "Best Supporting Actress for:Alfie (1966)."
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1963 for "Best Motion Picture Actress - Drama for:Lolita (1962)."
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1960 for "Best Supporting Actress for:The Diary of Anne Frank (1959)."
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1952 for "Best Motion Picture Actress - Drama for:A Place in the Sun (1951)."
    Won Lifetime Achievement Award - 1998 for ""
    Won KCFCC Award - 1967 for "Best Supporting Actress for:A Patch of Blue (1965)."
    2nd place Golden Laurel - 1967 for "Female Supporting Performance for:Alfie (1966)."
    Won Golden Laurel - 1966 for "Supporting Performance, Female for:A Patch of Blue (1965)."
    Won Golden Laurel - 1960 for "Top Female Supporting Performance for:The Diary of Anne Frank (1959)."
    3rd place NYFCC Award - 1977 for "Best Supporting Actress for:Next Stop, Greenwich Village (1976)."
    2nd place NYFCC Award - 1951 for "Best Actress for:A Place in the Sun (1951)."
    Won Special Jury Prize - 1954 for "for:Executive Suite (1954). Shared with: William Holden June Allyson Barbara Stanwyck Fredric March Walter Pidgeon Paul Douglas Louis Calhern Dean Jagger Nina Foch Tim Considine William Phipps Lucy Knoch Edgar Stehli Mary Adams Virginia Brissac Harry Shannon For ensemble acting."
    Won Star on the Walk of Fame - 1960 for "Motion Picture On 8 February 1960. At 1752 Vine Street."
    Won Star on the Walk of Fame - ???? for "Motion Picture At 1750 Vine Street."
  • Position in top best awards winner: 582
  • Films with Shelley Winters: La bomba - 1999
    Gideon - 1999
    Roseanne - 1991-1996
    The Portrait of a Lady - 1996
    Raging Angels - 1995
    Mrs. Munck - 1995
    Jury Duty - 1995
    Backfire! - 1995
    Heavy - 1995
    The Silence of the Hams - 1994
    The Pickle - 1993
    Weep No More, My Lady - 1992
    Stepping Out - 1991
    Touch of a Stranger - 1990
    An Unremarkable Life - 1989
    Purple People Eater - 1988
    The Delta Force - 1986
    Witchfire - 1986
    Very Close Quarters - 1986
    Alice in Wonderland - 1985
    Déjà Vu - 1985
    Hawaiian Heat - 1984
    Hotel - 1984
    Over the Brooklyn Bridge - 1984
    Ellie - 1984
    Fanny Hill - 1983
    Parade of Stars - 1983
    Emma and Grandpa on the Farm - 1983
    The Love Boat - 1982
    Looping - Der lange Traum vom kurzen Glück - 1981
    S.O.B. - 1981
    Face the Music - 1981
    Vega$ - 1979
    The French Atlantic Affair - 1979
    The Magician of Lublin - 1979
    Rudolph and Frosty's Christmas in July - 1979
    City on Fire - 1979
    The Visitor - 1979
    Elvis - 1979/I
    King of the Gypsies - 1978
    The Initiation of Sarah - 1978
    Kojak - 1978
    Pete's Dragon - 1977
    An Average Little Man - 1977
    Tentacles - 1977
    Gran bollito - 1977
    Mimì Bluette... fiore del mio giardino - 1977
    Frosty's Winter Wonderland - 1976
    The Tenant - 1976
    Something to Hide - 1976
    Next Stop, Greenwich Village - 1976
    La dahlia scarlatta - 1976
    Diamonds - 1975
    Journey Into Fear - 1975
    That Lucky Touch - 1975
    Poor Pretty Eddie - 1975
    Chico and the Man - 1975
    McCloud - 1974
    The Sex Symbol - 1974
    Big Rose: Double Trouble - 1974
    Cleopatra Jones - 1973
    Blume in Love - 1973
    The Devil's Daughter - 1973
    The Poseidon Adventure - 1972
    ITV Saturday Night Theatre - 1972
    Whoever Slew Auntie Roo? - 1972
    Adventures of Nick Carter - 1972
    A Death of Innocence - 1971
    Revenge - 1971
    What's the Matter with Helen? - 1971
    Flap - 1970
    The Tim Conway Comedy Hour - 1970
    How Do I Love Thee? - 1970
    Bloody Mama - 1970
    Arthur! Arthur! - 1969
    The Mad Room - 1969
    Buona Sera, Mrs. Campbell - 1968
    Here's Lucy - 1968
    Wild in the Streets - 1968
    The Scalphunters - 1968
    Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre - 1964-1967
    Enter Laughing - 1967
    Armchair Theatre - 1967
    Batman - 1966
    Alfie - 1966
    Harper - 1966
    The Three Sisters - 1966
    A Patch of Blue - 1965
    Thirty-Minute Theatre - 1965
    The Greatest Story Ever Told - 1965
    Ben Casey - 1964
    A House Is Not a Home - 1964
    Time of Indifference - 1964
    Wives and Lovers - 1963
    The Balcony - 1963
    Alcoa Premiere - 1962
    The Chapman Report - 1962
    Lolita - 1962
    The Young Savages - 1961
    Let No Man Write My Epitaph - 1960
    Odds Against Tomorrow - 1959
    The Diary of Anne Frank - 1959
    Kraft Theatre - 1957
    The DuPont Show of the Month - 1957
    Schlitz Playhouse - 1957
    Wagon Train - 1957
    Climax! - 1954-1957
    The United States Steel Hour - 1957
    The Alcoa Hour - 1957
    I Died a Thousand Times - 1955
    The Treasure of Pancho Villa - 1955
    The Big Knife - 1955
    The Night of the Hunter - 1955
    I Am a Camera - 1955
    Producers' Showcase - 1955
    Cash on Delivery - 1954
    Mambo - 1954
    Playgirl - 1954
    Executive Suite - 1954
    Saskatchewan - 1954
    Tennessee Champ - 1954
    The Ford Television Theatre - 1954
    My Man and I - 1952
    Untamed Frontier - 1952
    Phone Call from a Stranger - 1952
    Meet Danny Wilson - 1951
    The Raging Tide - 1951
    Behave Yourself! - 1951
    A Place in the Sun - 1951
    He Ran All the Way - 1951
    Frenchie - 1950
    South Sea Sinner - 1950
    Winchester '73 - 1950
    Johnny Stool Pigeon - 1949
    The Great Gatsby - 1949
    Take One False Step - 1949
    Cry of the City - 1948
    Larceny - 1948
    Red River - 1948
    Killer McCoy - 1947
    A Double Life - 1947
    The Gangster - 1947
    Living in a Big Way - 1947
    New Orleans - 1947
    Abie's Irish Rose - 1946
    Susie Steps Out - 1946
    Two Smart People - 1946
    The Fighting Guardsman - 1946
    A Thousand and One Nights - 1945
    Escape in the Fog - 1945
    Tonight and Every Night - 1945
    Together Again - 1944
    Dancing in Manhattan - 1944
    She's a Soldier Too - 1944
    Cover Girl - 1944
    Knickerbocker Holiday - 1944
    Sailor's Holiday - 1944
    What a Woman! - 1943
    There's Something About a Soldier - 1943/I
    Superstar: The Life and Times of Andy Warhol - 1990
    Marilyn Monroe: Beyond the Legend - 1987
    George Stevens: A Filmmaker's Journey - 1984
    A-List - 2006
    History vs. Hollywood - 2001
    George Stevens and His Place in the Sun - 2001
    Biography - 2001
    American Masters - 1989-2000
    Boom! Hollywood's Greatest Disaster Movies - 2000
    Charlie Rose - 1998-1999
    The Roseanne Show - 1998
    Politically Incorrect - 1997-1998
    The 70th Annual Academy Awards - 1998
    The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder - 1996-1998
    Marlon Brando: The Wild One - 1996
    The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - 1994-1995
    Late Night with Conan O'Brien - 1993-1994
    Inside the Actors Studio - 1994
    A Century of Cinema - 1994
    The Full Wax - 1993
    Vicki! - 1992
    Street Scenes: New York on Film - 1992
    Late Night with David Letterman - 1983-1992
    One on One with John Tesh - 1992
    AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Sidney Poitier - 1992
    Night Rap - 1991
    The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - 1970-1991
    The 8th Annual American Cinema Awards - 1991
    The Home Show - 1990
    Un dia és un dia - 1990
    Wogan - 1984-1990
    Steve McQueen: Man on the Edge - 1990
    7th Annual American Cinema Awards - 1990
    AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to David Lean - 1990
    Hello Actors Studio - 1988
    Star Search - 1984
    Do It Debbie's Way - 1983
    James Bond: The First 21 Years - 1983
    The Russell Harty Show - 1982
    Women I Love: Beautiful But Funny - 1982
    Parkinson - 1978-1981
    Fridays - 1981
    Cher... and Other Fantasies - 1979
    Hollywood Greats - 1978
    Good Morning America - 1978
    The 34th Annual Golden Globe Awards - 1977
    The Mike Douglas Show - 1976
    Password All-Stars - 1967-1974
    The Dean Martin Celebrity Roast: Telly Savalas - 1974
    Match Game 73 - 1973
    The 45th Annual Academy Awards - 1973
    The Return of the Movie Movie - 1972
    Cinema - 1971
    The Dick Cavett Show - 1968-1970
    The Virginia Graham Show - 1970
    The Steve Allen Show - 1970
    The David Frost Show - 1970
    Late Night Lineup - 1969
    The 23rd Annual Tony Awards - 1969
    Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In - 1969
    The Joey Bishop Show - 1968
    The Hollywood Squares - 1967-1968
    The 39th Annual Academy Awards - 1967
    The Legend of Marilyn Monroe - 1966
    What's My Line? - 1955-1966
    I've Got a Secret - 1966
    The 38th Annual Academy Awards - 1966
    The Eamonn Andrews Show - 1965
    The Merv Griffin Show - 1965
    To Tell the Truth - 1964
    The 35th Annual Academy Awards - 1963
    Howard K. Smith - 1962
    The 34th Annual Academy Awards - 1962
    The 32nd Annual Academy Awards - 1960
    The 31st Annual Academy Awards - 1959
    The Ed Sullivan Show - 1956-1959
    The Steve Allen Plymouth Show - 1957
    Person to Person - 1956
    Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall - 1956
    A Star Is Born World Premiere - 1954
    The Colgate Comedy Hour - 1954
    The 24th Annual Academy Awards - 1952
    Cancer Fund Film Notables Attend Glittering Benefits - 1951
    Ceremonia de inauguración - 56º festival internacional de cine de San Sebastián - 2008
    CBS News Sunday Morning - 2006
    The 58th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards - 2006
    The 60th Annual Tony Awards - 2006
    The 78th Annual Academy Awards - 2006
    Entertainment Tonight - 2006
    Corazón de... - 2006
    He Walks in Beauty: The George Stevens Production 'The Greatest Story Ever Told' - 2001
    Chump Change - 2000
    The Fantasy Worlds of Irwin Allen - 1995
    Johnny Carson's 29th Anniversary - 1991
    Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 22nd Anniversary - 1984
    Hollywood Out-takes and Rare Footage - 1983
    The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 19th Anniversary Special - 1981
    The Ed Sullivan Show - 1963
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