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American actress Shelley Winters (real name font, stage name is name of mother) was born August 18, 1920 in St. Louis, Missouri. Her father, who is Jewish, worked as a designer of men’s clothing, and his mother was quite well-known in those years the singer. When she was three years old, the family moved to New York. Here, in his youth Shelley studied at the prestigious studio acting Hollywood Studio Club and lived in a studio residence. Her roommate was subsequently famous Marilyn Monroe. Winters also attended classes renowned Actors Studio in New York and Shakespeare courses that led Charles Laughton.
The first motion picture, starring Shelley Winters, was the picture of “What a woman!” (1943). But the real success of the actress brought the image of the victim in the film J. Cukor “Double Life” (1947). The following her movies “The Great Gatsby” (1949), “Winchester ’73” (1950) and “A Place in the Sun” (1951) consolidated the Shelley glory of one of the queens of Hollywood.
Winters most actively starred in the 1950s and 60s, and played in the theater, including Broadway. in the category “Best Supporting Actress” for his work in “The Diary of Anne Frank” In 1959 she was awarded the “Oscar” award. This actress statuette subsequently referred to the Anne Frank museum. The second prize in the same category Shelley received in 1965 for her role in “A piece of the blue.”
In 1962, she starred in Stanley Kubrick in the film adaptation of the novel of Nabokov’s “Lolita” in the role of Charlotte. From the following roles should be noted the passenger liner image of Bella Rose Ribbon “Adventure” Poseidon, “” (1972).
In 1980 Winters filmed already quite rare, mainly in television projects. At this time, it became known autobiographical works. One of the last films with her participation – “Portrait of a Lady” (1996). The actress was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Shelley was married four times, and the first husband, Captain Mack Mayer, she recalled the rest of his days. Marriage could be quite successful if Winters chose the image of the housewife life. From third husband, Anthony Franchoza, the actress gave birth to her only child. The last 19 years of life, Shelly lived in a civil marriage with Jerry DeFordom, and, when he was already on his deathbed, wanted to formalize this union official.
Shelley Winters died at the age of 85, January 14, 2006.