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Sissy Spacek (real name – Mary Elizabeth Spacek, Eng Mary Elisabeth Spacek.) – American actress. Born December 25, 1949 in the city of Kuitman, Texas.
As a child, Sissy Spacek was fond of playing the guitar and singing. In his youth he is trying to build a career as a singer, speaking in New York cafe. She voiced commercials, recorded songs, and even released a single.
The first experience in the cinema Sissy Spacek received, starring in the movie “Rubbish”, released in 1970 and produced by Andy Warhol himself addressed. She then enrolled in the Lee Strasberg acting school, and soon she got a significant role in the 1972 drama “Wasteland,” directed by Terrence Malick, where the actress was the company Martin Sheen.
Breakthrough for Sissy Spacek was the film adaptation of Stephen King’s novel “Carrie”, directed by Brian de Palma in 1976. For her performance as the central character, a teenage girl Carrie White, the actress was first nominated for the “Oscar” competition. During his career Sissy Spacek has been nominated for this award six times.
Already in 1980, Sissy Spacek became the owner of the coveted golden statuettes, received her for the role of the famous country singer Loretta Lynn in the biopic “Coal Miner’s Daughter.” In addition to this, of course, one of the best roles of actress, it should be noted her work in such films 80s, as a drama by French director Costa-Gavras’ Missing “starring Lemmon Jack, melodrama Mark Rydell” River “with Mel Gibson the title role, as well as the comedy “Crimes of the heart,” directed by Bruce Beresford.
Reduce the rate of shootings in the late ’80s, Sissy Spacek, however, continued to appear in major projects. With the actress came out drama “The Long Way Home,” Detective Oliver Stone’s “JFK: Shots in Dallas,” thriller “The Sorrow”, a drama by David Lynch’s “The Straight Story” and the comedy “Blast From the Past.”
In 2001, Sissy Spacek became the owner of the prize “Golden Globe” for acting work in the psychological drama “In the Bedroom.”