Sally Margaret Field
is an American actress, comedian, director, and producer who is well known for her television roles in Gidget
, The Flying Nun
, The Girl with Something Extra
, and Brothers & Sisters
. She was also known for her roles in films, including Norma Rae
(for which she won the Academy Award for Best Actress
), Absence of Malice
, Places in the Heart
, Steel Magnolias
, Not Without My Daughter
, Mrs. Doubtfire
, Eye for an Eye
, The Amazing Spider-Man 1
as Aunt May
, and Lincoln
For Disney, she voiced Sassy in Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey and its 1996 sequel. In 2008, she provided the voice of Marina Del Rey in The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning. Her other roles include Mary Todd Lincoln in Lincoln, Nora Walker in Brothers & Sisters, a beatnik girl in Moon Pilot, and a special guest on Mickey's 50. She also directed The Christmas Tree.
Sally Field in her younger years (picture taken in 1967)
Sally Field poses in the pressroom at the 15th annual Screen Actors' Guild Awards in January 2009.
Sally Field arrives at the 85th annual Academy Awards in February 2013.
Sally Field at her Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony in May 2014.
Sally Field visiting The Late Show with Stephen Colbert in February 2016.
Sally Field speaks onstage at the 71st annual Tony Awards in June 2017.
Sally Field speaks at the Dispatches from Elsewhere panel at the 2020 Winter TCA Tour.