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Born July 22, 1934 in Birmingham, Alabama, USA.
Louise Fletcher was born in a large family of deaf parents. Her father was a priest in the town of Araba, he was the founder of four dozen churches for the deaf in Alabama. Aunt future actress taught her to speak and influenced the choice of becoming an actress.
She graduated from the University of North Carolina. Then he migrated to Los Angeles, where he worked as a secretary and at the same time in the evenings attended acting classes.
On TV since 1955. She starred in TV series. The debut film role became Mrs. Kemler in the movie “The accumulation of Eagles” (1963). She married for eleven years and is not removed, fully devoting herself to raising two children from his marriage to a literary agent and producer Jerry Beek.
He returned on TV and in the cinema in 1974. Louise Fletcher starred as Mattie in the film “Thieves like us” (1974), in which she saw the director Milos Forman and invited the actress to play the evil Nurse Mildred Ratched in the film adaptation of the novel “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” (1975).
This role was a triumph for Louise Fletcher, the actress received the award “Oscar”, “Golden Globe” and the BAFTA
in the category “Best Actress”. At the award ceremony, Louise Fletcher thanked their parents using sign language.
Among the achievements of the actors Louise Fletcher – Dr. Lillian Reynolds in the film “Brainstorm” (1983 Award “Saturn”),
Mrs. MakKeltch in the fantastic film “Aliens from Mars” (1986, nominated for the award “Razzie Award’s”), a grandmother in the film “Flowers in the Attic” (1987, nominated for the award “Saturn”), Christie Bay in the television series “Picket Fences” ( 1992 nomination for “Amy”), Saunders in “Implanted” (1997, nominated for the “Golden satellite”), Eve in the television series “Joan of Arcadia” (2003-2005, nominated for “Emmy”).