American actress Lee Remick made her acting debut on the big screen in the movie ‘A Face in the Crowd’ (1957). She was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress for her role as Kristen in the drama film ‘Days of Wine and Roses’ (1962) and a Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play for her Broadway appearance in the play ‘Wait until Dark’ (1966). Her other highly rated performances include her role as Laura Manion in ‘Anatomy of a Murder’(1959), Carol Garth in ‘Wild River’ (1960) and Kelly Sherwood in ‘Experiment in Terror’ (1962). ‘The Competition’ (1980) also received positive reviews. Her role as Barbara in the action – adventure movie ‘Telefon’ (1977) received mixed reviews.
Remick received a Golden Globe Award for her performance in the television film ‘The Blue Knight’ (1973). She also played the lead role in the miniseries ‘Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill’ (1974). Her other appearances on television include the television movies ‘The Farmer’s Daughter’ (1962), ‘A Girl Named Sooner’ (1975) and ‘Dark Holiday’ (1989).
Damien is adopted by Robert Thorn and wife Katherine after the death of their biological child. Death and horror surround the family after Robert is appointed as the U.S. ambassador to the United Kingdom. After the death of Father Brennan, Keith Jennings investigates the mystery surrounding Damien and uncovers the terrifying truth of his identity as the antichrist.
Male chauvinist boss Bullard Bear makes Molly Thatcher, the only female broker, the sacrificial lamb for firing after his firm does poorly. He assigns her some worthless stock shares to improve. But Molly convinces Texan Henry Tyroon to invest and turns the stocks around, unfortunately attracting the attention of Federal Securities Commission.
Lee Remick Awards
|Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill||Best Actress in a Television Series - Drama||1976|
|The Blue Knight||Best TV Actress - Drama||1974|
|Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill||Best Actress||1975|