Academy Award winner ELLEN BURSTYN's prestigious career in film and television makes her one of America's foremost leading actresses. In 1974, Burstyn dazzled audiences in the title role in Martin Scorsese's "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore." Her performance ultimately won her the Oscar for Best Actress in 1975.
Burstyn's extensive film career includes memorable performances in William
Friedkin's "The Exorcist," Peter Bogdonavich's "The Last Picture Show," Robert
Mulligan's "Same Time Next Year," opposite Alan Alda, and Bob Rafelson's "The King
Of Marvin Gardens." Her additional film credits include David Zlotoff's "The Spitfire
Grill," opposite Alison Elliot, Jocelx'n Moorhouse's "How To Make An American
Quilt," with Winona Ryder, Joel Schumacher's "Dying Young," Jonas Pate's
"Deceiver," Peter Yates' "Roomates," Bud Yorkin's "Twice In A Lifetime," and Paul
Mazursky's "Alex In Wonderland."
Burstyn's roles in television include "Getting Gotti" (CBS), "Getting Out"
(ABC), "Taking Back My Life" (CBS), "Mrs. Lambert Remembers Love" (CBS), "When
You Remember Me" (ABC), "Act Of Vengeance" (HBO) and "Something In Common"
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