Who Won the 1968
Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress

Estelle Parsons

("Bonnie and Clyde")

1967 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress Winner
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1968 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress Winner Estelle Parsons News

Mackenzie Davis

Malibu Magazine
She reminds me of my grandmother, Estelle Parsons, Academy Award winner and five-time Tony-nominated iconoclast. The two parallel each other in that they treat acting like it's work, but there's also something deeper there, a deeper mission, a deeper goal.

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This weekend at the Stanford: 'My Fair Lady,' 'East of Eden'

The Stanford Daily
The Stanford Theatre's summer-long festival on the films from Warner Bros Studios is coming to a close. It's beginning to end with great style: “My Fair Lady” (1964) plays Saturday, Sept. 23 to Monday, Sept. 25 at 7:30 p.m, with a 3:00 p.m. matinee on ...

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Broadway Spring 2012. Is Broadway Weak? Oh No, says Apolo Ohno

The Faster Times
Estelle Parsons will join Matthew Broderick and Kelli O'Hara in the cast of the new Gershwin musical “Nice Work If You Can Get It,” opening April 24. Parsons, 84, is still best known for her role in the film Bonnie and Clyde, but this will be her 29th ...

1968 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress Winner Estelle Parsons News

Sanctuary Series to host a benefit performance of Lankester's Mrs. Mozart

The Ridgefield Press
Written for, and first performed in London by Joan Plowright, who was then Laurence Olivier's wife, the play premiered in the United States in 1999 at The Bushnell in Hartford with Estelle Parsons starring as Constanze. Mrs. Mozart was inspired by the ...

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