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  Carrie Snodgress - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Carrie Snodgress (October 27, 1946 - April 1, 2004) was an American actress.
According to Sylvester Stallone, "The first choice for Adrian (in the movie Rocky) was a girl named Carrie Snodgress, who I wanted badly because, at the time, I wanted Adrian’s family to be Irish and Harvey Keitel would be the brother.
She was hospitalized, awaiting a liver transplant, when she died suddenly at age 57, of heart and liver failure in Los Angeles, California.
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 Carrie Snodgress
Snodgress was hospitalized at the University of California Medical Center in Los Angeles, awaiting a liver transplant when she died of heart failure.
Snodgress was perhaps best-known for her role as a frustrated homemaker caught between a domineering husband and a self-absorbed lover in 1970's "Diary of a Mad Housewife." She was nominated for an Academy Award and won two Golden Globe awards for best leading actress and new star of the year.
Despite critical acclaim for her role in "Housewife," Snodgress turned her back on Hollywood in 1971 to live with boyfriend Neil Young on his northern California ranch and care for their son, Zeke, who was born with cerebral palsy.
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 Carrie Snodgress, at 57; actress starred in 'Diary of a Mad Housewife' - The Boston Globe
Snodgress was hospitalized at the University of California Medical Center in Los Angeles, awaiting a liver transplant when she died of heart failure April 1, her manager, Sidney Craig, said yesterday.
Snodgress was perhaps best-known for her role as a frustrated homemaker caught between a domineering husband and a self-absorbed lover in 1970's "Diary of a Mad Housewife." She was nominated for an Academy Award and won two Golden Globe awards -- leading actress in a musical or comedy and new star of the year.
Snodgress turned her back on Hollywood in 1971 to live with boyfriend Neil Young on his northern California ranch and care for their son, who was born with cerebral palsy.
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 Artsandentertainment: Actor Carrie Snodgress dies of heart failure   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Carrie Snodgress, who was nominated for a best actress Oscar for her performance in 1970's Diary of a Mad Housewife, has died of heart failure.
Snodgress was hospitalized at UCLA Medical Center awaiting a liver transplant when she died April 1, her manager, Sidney Craig, said Friday.
Snodgress came to prominence in her role as a housewife driven to distraction and adultery in the comedy-drama Diary of a Mad Housewife.
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 Carrie Snodgress and Neil Young
In the living room a pair of kittens loll on a sofa,and a white German shepherd nuzzles the arm of Carrie Snodgress, 37, who is playing Pac-Man with her blue-eyed, towheaded son, Zeke, 11.
One night in 1979, Carrie says, Nitzsche showed up at her house in a drunken rage and beat her so severely that her thumb had to be sutured to keep it on her hand.
Carrie has also filed a civil lawsuit against him seeking $5 million in damages, and the case goes to court later this month.
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 Carrie - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Carrie (1952 film), a film adaptation of Theodore Dreiser's novel Sister Carrie.
Carrie - The Musical, the 1988 stage musical adaptation of Stephen King's novel.
Carrie (novel) is a novel of Stephen King
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 Carrie Snodgress | The San Diego Union-Tribune
Snodgress was hospitalized at the University of California Los Angeles Medical Center awaiting a liver transplant when she died, said Sidney Craig, her manager.
Snodgress was perhaps best-known for her role as a frustrated homemaker caught between a domineering husband and a self-absorbed lover in 1970's "Diary of a Mad Housewife." She was nominated for an Academy Award and won two Golden Globe awards – for leading actress in a musical or comedy and new star of the year.
Snodgress turned her back on Hollywood in 1971 to live with boyfriend Young on his Northern California ranch and care for their son, Zeke, who was born with cerebral palsy.
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 USATODAY.com - Oscar nominee Carrie Snodgress dies at 57   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Actress Carrie Snodgress, shown with the Golden Globe she won for best actress in a musical or comedy in Los Angeles on Feb.5 1971, has died.
Snodgress was hospitalized at the University of California Medical Center in Los Angeles, awaiting a liver transplant when she died of heart failure April 1, her manager, Sidney Craig, said Friday.
Snodgress was perhaps best-known for her role as a frustrated homemaker caught between a domineering husband and a self-absorbed lover in 1970's Diary of a Mad Housewife.
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 Biography for Carrie Snodgress   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
A student of Northern Illinois University, Carrie switched to drama at Chicago's Goodman Theatre School where she won the Sarah Siddons Award as outstanding graduate.
With similar Golden Globe nominations, Carrie was on the brink of stardom when she left it all to live with rock musician Neil Young, the father of her son, Zeke.
Carrie's son Zeke by rocker Neil Young was born with cerebral palsy.
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 Carrie Snodgress - Biography - Moviefone
Making the Hollywood rounds in the late 1960s, she drew attention to herself with her offbeat characterizations in such Universal television productions as the weekly series The Outsider and the 1968 TV movie The Whole World is Watching.
After this one film, and her 1971 starring appearance as a social worker in the 2-hour TV pilot The Impatient Heart, Carrie dropped completely from public view.
Since that time, Carrie Snodgress has made sporadic film and TV appearances in such roles as psychopathic murderer Joan Freeman in Charles Bronson's Murphy's Law (1986) and Stefania Comenici in the 1985 TV miniseries Nadia; later, she was seen in 8 Seconds (1994) and the long-delayed Blue Sky (1994).
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 Pale Rider
Snodgress was on the brink of stardom when she left acting to focus on a relationship with rock musician Neil Young, the father of her son Zeke.
Snodgress continued to make films through the '80s, including her roles as a stalwart frontier wife in Clint Eastwood's Pale Rider (1985) and a psychopathic villainess tracked by Charles Bronson in Murphy's Law (1986), among others.
Snodgress can also be seen in A Stranger in the Kingdom (1999), In the Light of the Moon (2000), Bartleby (2001) (as the Book Publisher), and The Forsaken (2001).
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 Telegraph | News | Carrie Snodgress
Carrie Snodgress, the actress who has died aged 57, was nominated for an Oscar for her performance as the disaffected wife of an odious social-climbing husband in The Diary of a Mad Housewife (1970); but at the height of her career she abandoned Hollywood after falling in love with the singer and songwriter Neil Young.
Carrie Snodgress was adamant that she had no regrets.
Caroline Snodgress was born at Barrington, Illinois, on October 27 1946 and attended Northern Illinois University followed by the Goodman Theatre School.
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 In Remembrance- Carrie Snodgress   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Snodgress made her big-screen debut in an uncredited role in 1968’s Easy Rider.
But, Snodgress left Hollywood just as she was reaching stardom to live with Neil Young.
When Snodgress wasn’t in Hollywood film, she acted on the small screen appearing in Quincy, ER, The X-Files and The West Wing.
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 Carrie Snodgress - Moviefone
Following graduation from Northern Illinois University, Carrie Snodgress earned her MA from Chicago's Goodman Theatre School.
According to Sylvester Stallone, "The first choice for Adrian (in the movie Rocky) was a girl named Carrie Snodgress, who I wanted badly because,...
Carrie Snodgress - Filmography, Biography, News, Photos, Birth date, Relationships, Carrie Snodgress Film Clips, and Fun Facts on Moviefone.
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 BBC NEWS | Entertainment | US actress Carrie Snodgress dies
Actress Carrie Snodgress, nominated for an Oscar for the 1970 film Diary of a Mad Housewife, has died aged 57.
Snodgress suffered heart failure on 1 April while awaiting a liver transplant in Los Angeles, her manager said.
Snodgress made her big screen debut in Rabbit, Run in 1970 before comedy-drama Diary of a Mad Housewife, which also won her two Golden Globe awards.
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 Carrie Snodgress Trivia -- notstarring.com
Carrie Snodgress was considered for the role of Adrian.
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 Lycos Movies - Biography - Carrie Snodgress
A capable lead, Snodgress worked in episodic television and on the Chicago stage before making her screen mark in the riveting comedy-drama, "Diary of a Mad Housewife" (1970) which earned her a 1970 Best Actress Oscar nomination.
She interrupted her blossoming career to raise her son but returned to the screen in Brian De Palma's "The Fury" (1978).
Snodgress has fared somewhat better on the small screen, although she generally has been cast as mothers or motherly types in such fare as the biopics "Nadia" (syndicated, 1984) and "Rise & Walk: The Dennis Byrd Story" (Fox, 1994).
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 Obituary: Carrie Snodgress | Obituaries | Guardian Unlimited
But Snodgress, who has died, aged 57, from heart failure while waiting for a liver transplant, never fulfilled this early promise, mainly out of choice.
In Frank Perry's Diary Of A Mad Housewife, Snodgress played Tina Balser, an upper-middle-class New York wife married to an insufferable lawyer (Richard Benjamin), who expects her to do nothing but wait on him and their two monstrous children.
Born in Illinois, Snodgress herself studied at the Goodman Theatre School, Chicago, where she won the Sarah Siddons award as an outstanding graduate.
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 Carrie Snodgress Biography, Photos, News for Carrie Snodgress | TVGuide.com
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 Carrie Snodgress - MovieActors.com
Carrie Snodgress was born on October 27, 1946 in Park Ridge, Illinois.
Finally in 1994 BLUE SKY was released, this movie earned Carrie Snodgress critically acclaimed, the movie was released years after being made.
After taking a break for acting to raise her son with Neil Young, Carrie Snodgress returned to the screen as a supporting actress in Brian DePalma's THE FURY.
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 Carrie Snodgress
April 2004 in Los Angeles, Kalifornien; eigentlich Caroline Snodgress) war eine US-amerikanische Schauspielerin.
Sie erhielt 1971 eine Oscar-Nominierung und zwei Golden Globes für ihre Rolle in dem Film Tagebuch eines Ehebruchs (Diary of a Mad Housewife) als beste Darstellerin und als vielversprechendstes Talent.
Carrie Snodgress starb an Herzversagen, während sie in einem Krankenhaus in Los Angeles auf eine Lebertransplantation wartete.
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 Guardian | Carrie Snodgress
When Carrie Snodgress was Oscar-nominated for only her second feature film role, in Diary Of A Mad Housewife (1970), a rosy Hollywood future seemed assured.
Indeed, she also won an unprecedented two Golden Globe awards for the same film, as best actress and most promising newcomer.
Asked once if she had any regrets, Snodgress replied, "None.
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Biography: A student of Northern Illinois University, Carrie switched to drama at Chicago`s Goodman Theatre School where she won the Sarah Siddons Award as outstanding graduate.
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 CARRIE SNODGRESS - OSCAR NOMINEE SNODGRESS DIES
OSCAR-nominated star CARRIE SNODGRESS (corr) has died in Los Angeles, aged 57.
The actress, who was up for an ACADEMY AWARD for her movie debut in 1970's THE DIARY OF A MAD HOUSEWIFE, died of heart failure at UCLA MEDICAL CENTER, while awaiting a liver transplant.
Snodgress also starred in 1978 thriller THE FURY, CLINT EASTWOOD's western PALE RIDER and cult thriller WILD THINGS.
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 Carrie Snodgress -- Morbid Hollywood Talk
Actress Carrie Snodgress, who was nominated for an Oscar for 1971's "Diary of a Mad Housewife," died April 1 in Los Angeles.
Born in Park Ridge, Ill., she attended Northern Illinois University and received a master's degree from Chicago's Goodman Theater School.
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 Carrie Snodgress Photos - Carrie Snodgress News - Carrie Snodgress Information
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 Amazon.com: In the Light of the Moon: DVD: Steve Railsback,Carrie Snodgress,Carol Mansell,Sally Champlin,Steve ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
His mother Augusta (Carrie Snodgrass) is a woman dedicated to bible thumping and character assassination.
The titular character (played by the always reliable Steve Railsback) and his older brother Henry (Brian Evers) spend most of their childhood and a significant amount of their adulthood sitting around Augusta listening to her drone on and on about her favorite biblical passages.
Carrie Snodgrass comes in for special mention, too.
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 Actress Carrie Snodgress dies at age 57 - MORE MOVIE NEWS AND FEATURES - MSNBC.com
Actress Carrie Snodgress, shown with the Golden Globe she won for best actress on Feb. 5 1971, was hospitalized at UCLA Medical Center, awaiting a liver transplant when she died of heart failure April 1, her manager, Sidney Craig, said Friday.
LOS ANGELES - Actress Carrie Snodgress, whose 40-year career included an Oscar nomination for “Diary of a Mad Housewife” and memorable roles in “Pale Rider” and “Wild Things,” has died.
She eventually landed a supporting role in Brian DePalma’s 1978 film “The Fury.” But in a 1986 Los Angeles Times interview, Snodgress said she had no regrets about temporarily walking away from her career.
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 Carrie Snodgress   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
A neurotic's sweetheart, a nerd's valentine, Carrie Snodgress started her acting career on Chicago stages before making her debut in the TV drama The Whole World is Watching (1969).
She followed that with a cameo as one of the Commune Hippies in Easy Rider (1969) and landed her first semi-leading role in the TV movie Silent Night, Lonely Night (1969) opposite Lloyd Bridges.
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