Susan Hayward was born on June 30, 1917, in Brooklyn, New York. In 1937, she lost the part of Scarlett O'Hara in Gone with the Wind but signed with Warner Brothers. In 1947, she starred in Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman, and earned her first Academy Award nomination as Best Actress. She received four more nominations over the next 12 years. Hayward died on March 14, 1975 in Hollywood, California.
by Poppy Ron 1 17 months ago
On This or Us there was a movie playing and a woman said -"do you think women live inside vacuum sealed containers like tennis balls." Does anyone have any idea what movie this is from? It was an old black and white film. I'm including a screenshot of the woman.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
What makes actress Gabourey Sidibe considered to be the ugliest/least attractive actress inHollywood?After receiving accolades for Precious, many considered her to be an acting accident. Howard Stern indicated that Ms. Sidibe was a one-hit wonder and no other producer/director would want to...
by definitions 19 months ago
Is Sarah Jessica Parker judged harshly because she is beautifulThe world sometimes lashes out at people who dare to be different and present a new, interesting type of beauty. Do you think that peoples' feelings about Sarah Jessica Parker are an example of this?
by Seckin Esen 5 years ago
Who is the best actor / actress ever?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
Well, not according to actress/dancer/singer Vanessa L. Williams. In a March 2014 interview, Ms. Williams asserted that Black actresses have it difficult in Hollywood regardless of whether they are light or dark skinned. Ms. Williams vehemently maintained that on a whole, roles for...
by PMS9 6 years ago
from Hollywood, Bollywood or from any other film Industry.
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