“People said, ‘You’re not pretty enough,’ but she won two Oscars and raised two famous sons!”

Sally Field, born November 6, 1946, overcame demoralizing comments that she was “not pretty enough” for movies.
She made her Hollywood debut with the TV shows Gidget in 1965 and The Flying Nun in 1967.

The drama was Sally’s escape from a difficult upbringing that included her parents’ divorce and harsh disciplinary measures from her stepfather.

She began filming Gidget after graduating from high school, which paved the way for her famous portrayal of Sister Bertril.

Her cinematic abilities were evident: she won two Oscars for Norma Rae and Places in the Heart. She was also a successful television presenter, winning Emmy Awards for the series Sybil, ER and Brothers and Sisters.

Sally is a proud mother who leaves a legacy to her three sons. Peter, Eli and Sam have established themselves in the entertainment industry.
Sally Field, 77, is a living example of how skill and perseverance can lead to incredible success in Hollywood.
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