People said, “You Are Not Pretty Enough,” but she won two Oscars and raised two famous sons!»😲

Born on November 6, 1946, Sally Field overcame the demoralizing comment that she wasn’t “pretty enough” for the movies.
With the TV shows “Gidget” in 1965 and “The Flying Nun” in 1967, she made her Hollywood debut.


Drama was Sally’s escape from her difficult upbringing, which included her parents’ divorce and her stepfather’s severe discipline.

She began acting with “Gidget” after high school, which paved the way for her well-known portrayal as Sister Bertrille.

Her cinematic abilities were evident, as she won two Oscars for “Norma Rae” and “Places in the Heart.”She was also a successful television personality, having won Emmys for the shows “Sybil,” “ER,” and “Brothers & Sisters.”

 


Sally is a proud mother who has left her three boys with a legacy. Each of Peter, Eli, and Sam has established themselves in the entertainment sector.

Sally Field, who is 77 years old, is a living example of how skill and perseverance can lead to incredible success in Hollywood.


Let’s toast to an incredible icon!

 

 

 

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