- Susan Abigail Tomalin
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- Raising Her Children
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- Was Really Born In 1946
Susan Sarandon Introduction
It's a real shame that all liberal hollywood stars can't be as attractive as Oscar winning actress Susan Sarandon. She's without a doubt, the hottest woman her age in Hollywood.
Susan Sarandon Life Story
Few women in Hollywood have aged as gracefully as movie star and activist Susan Sarandon. The star of numerous films including Thelma and Louise (Geena Davis) and Little Women (Winona Ryder, Claire Danes), Susan, who was born October 4, 1946 in New York City, grew up there in and was part of a large Roman Catholic family. She attended The Catholic University of America in 1964, where she studied drama and met her first husband Chris Sarandon.
Susan was discovered while tagging along with her husband to an audition for the film Joe. While her husband didn't get the role, Susan got a part in the film. After her first film performance, she laid low in Hollywood, appearing in only a few small roles in independent pictures.
Her next film, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, catapualted her into the limelight. Despite the film's poor critical reception, it went on to be a blockbuster cult film and a staple of midnight movie theaters across the world. It didn't hurt that Sarandon wears little clothing throught the film.
In 1981, Sarandon was nominated for her first Academy Award for the film Atlantic City. In 1983, she appeared in the controversial vampire film The Hunger. In the film Sarandon shocked audiences by appearing in a graphic lesbian love scene with co-star Catherine Denevue. Sarandon would use her sex appeal again in 1988 for the baseball film Bull Durham, where she met her current husband Tim Robbins.
After the success of Bull Durham, Sarandon appeared in several films such as Thelma and Louise and Dead Man Walking. She received and Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress for Thelma and Louise and took home the award for Best Actress for the film Dead Men Walking. Sarandon has the unique distinction of being the first woman to win the award for playing a nun.
With her string of successful films, Sarandon has been able to use her fame to speak on issues important to her. Among the many ideas that Sarandon supports are world peace, the green party, UNICEF, Gay and Lesbian Rights and issues associated with Apartheid.
Her next film will be the Peter Jackson movie The Lovely Bones (Rachel Weisz).
In 2008, she got an Emmy nomination in the Actress in a Mini Series or Movie category for her work on "Bernard and Doris".
In 2009 Susan and Tim Broke up after 23 yrs of marriage and 2 sons.
Susan Sarandon on the Web
Susan Sarandon and daughter star in new fashion ad campaign ... Neiman Marcus. Beauty runs in this family: Susan Sarandon, in a snake dress by Lanvin, and her daughter Eva Amurri Martino, in Giorgio Armani, pose for Neiman Marcus. By Rina Raphael Susan Sarandon and her daughter Eva Amurri ...
Susan Sarandon On How Her New Film Imitates Life (VIDEO) Actress Susan Sarandon recently sat down with Jimmy Fallon to discuss her latest movie "Jeff, Who Lives At Home." The film is about a widow whose 30-year-old son moves back into her basement, struggling to figure out his ...