Joanne Woodward was first seen on-screen in a post-Civil War Western film, ‘Count Three and Pray.’
She won an ‘Academy Award’ and a ‘Golden Globe Award’ for her phenomenal performance in the mystery drama film, ‘The Three Faces of Eve.’
In a career spanning over sixty years, Woodward earned several awards and accolades, including three ‘Golden Globe Awards,’ three ‘Primetime Emmy Awards’ and one ‘BAFTA Award.’
Some of her other noteworthy and popular films include ‘Mr. And Mrs. Bridge,’ ‘The Long, Hot Summer,’ ‘Paris Blues,’ ‘The Drowning Pool,’ ‘Rachel, Rachel,’ ‘From the Terrace,’ ‘The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds,’ ‘A New Kind of Love,’ and ‘A Big Hand for the Little Lady,’ besides various others.
She appeared in various television shows, including ‘Empire Falls,’ where she starred as Francine Whiting and ‘Sybil,’ where she appeared as Dr.Cornelia B. Wilbur.
Joanne Woodward Awards
|The Three Faces of Eve||Best Actress in a Leading Role||1958|
|Breathing Lessons||Best Performance by an Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television||1995|
|Rachel, Rachel||Best Actress - Drama||1969|
|The Three Faces of Eve||Best Actress - Drama||1958|
|American Masters||Outstanding Informational Special||1990|
|Do You Remember Love||Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Special||1985|
|See How She Runs||Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama or Comedy Special||1978|
|Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams||Best Actress||1975|