Eleanor Parker

 

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Eleanor Parker var en skådespelare. Hon föddes i Cedarville, Ohio, USA den 26 juni 1922. Eleanor Parker dog 9 december 2013, hon blev 91 år. Hon är känd för bland annat The Sound of Music (1965), Caged (1950), Destination Tokyo (1943), The Naked Jungle (1954) och Scaramouche (1952).

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Eleanor Parker

Född 1922-06-26 (100 år sedan) i Cedarville, Ohio, USA. Död 2013-12-09 (91 år).
Längd 168 cm.

Nominerad för utmärkelser
Utmärkelse Gala År Nominerad för
Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress In A Television Series - Drama (Bracken's World) 27th Golden Globe Awards 1969 Bracken's World
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role (The Eleventh Hour) 15th Primetime Emmy Awards 1963 The Eleventh Hour
Academy Award for Best Actress (Interrupted Melody) 28th Academy Awards 1955 Interrupted Melody
Academy Award for Best Actress (Detective Story) 24th Academy Awards 1951 Detective Story
Academy Award for Best Actress (Caged) 23rd Academy Awards 1950 Caged
Förhållanden
Namn Från Till Typ av förhållade
Raymond Hirsch(Gifta: 1966-04-17–2001-09-14) 1966-04-17 2001-09-14 Gifta
Paul Clemens(Gifta: 1954-11-25–1965-03-09) 1954-11-25 1965-03-09 Gifta
Bert E. Friedlob(Gifta: 1946-01-05–1953-11-10) 1946-01-05 1953-11-10 Gifta
Fred Losee(Gifta: 1943-03-21–1944-12-05) 1943-03-21 1944-12-05 Gifta
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Paul Clemens, Sharon Anne Friedlob, Richard Parker Friedlob, Susan Eleanor Friedlob

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Eleanor Jean Parker was born on June 26, 1922, in Cedarville, Ohio, the last of three children born to a mathematics teacher and his wife. Eleanor caught the acting bug early and began performing in school plays. She was was so serious about becoming a thespian, she attended the Rice Summer Theatre on Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts beginning when she was 15 years old. She was offered her first screen-test by a 20th Century-Fox talent scout while attending Rice, but turned the opportunity down to gain professional stage experience in Cleveland after graduating from high school.

She moved on to California to continue her acting studies at the Pasadena Playhouse. It was there, while sitting in the audience of a play being put on at the Playhouse, she was again offered a screen-test -- this time from a Warner Brothers' scout -- and again declined, wanting to finish her first year at the Playhouse. When the year was up, Eleanor contacted Warner Brothers to take them up their offer of a screen-test, and was signed as a contract player two days after it was shot.

Her beauty meant she was not forgotten, and she was cast in one of Warner Brothers' biggest productions for the 1943 season, the pro-Soviet Mission to Moscow (1943) directed by Michael Curtiz and starring Walter Huston as the U.S. ambassador to the U.S.S.R. Eleanor played his daughter in the film, which became notorious in the McCarthy era for its glorification of "Uncle Joe" Stalin. The film proved significant to Eleanor as she met a future husband on the set, Navy Lieutenant. Fred L. Losse, Navy dentist. The marriage was a brief war-time affair, lasting from March 21, 1943, to December 5, 1944.

Parker received the first of her three Best Actress Oscar nominations playing a prisoner in Caged (1950), for which she won the best actress award at the Venice Film Festival. She was also nominated the next year playing the cop's wife who shared a secret with the neighborhood abortionist in William Wyler's Detective Story (1951). Her third and last Oscar nod came for Interrupted Melody (1955), playing an opera singer struck down by polio. She could easily have been nominated that same year for her portrayal of Frank Sinatra's faux crippled wife in Otto Preminger's brooding masterpiece The Man with the Golden Arm (1955) adapted from the novel by Nelson Algren.

Parker proved herself to be a supremely talented and very versatile lead actress. The versatility was likely one of the reasons why she never quite became a major star. Audiences attending a movie which starred Parker never knew quite what to expect of her; if they even remembered she was the same actress, they had seen before in a different type of role in another picture. Her turns in Detective Story (1951) and The Man with the Golden Arm (1955) could not have been more different. Parker's stardom and subsequent fame (and remembrance) suffered from her focusing on being a serious actress and creating a character who fit the motion picture she was in, rather than playing a character again and again and again as most movie stars do. She is probably best remembered for the relatively tame part as the Baroness in The Sound of Music (1965).

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