Who Won the 1966
Tony Awards Best Leading Actress Play

Rosemary Harris

("The Lion In Winter")

1965 Tony Awards Best Leading Actress Play Winner
1967  Winner

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Marisa Tomei puts own stamp on Aunt May in 'Spider-Man'

The Columbus Dispatch
In her earliest comic-book appearances, the Aunt May character is presented as a delicate older woman; in previous iterations of the ″Spider-Man″ movie series, she has been played by Rosemary Harris and Sally Field. ″Spider-Man: Homecoming,″ ...

1966 Tony Awards Best Leading Actress Play Winner Rosemary Harris News

'Spider-Man: Homecoming' features teenage web-slinger

The Friday Flyer
Rosemary Harris played Aunt May at 74 years old in the original and Sally Field was 67, but the attractive Marisa Tomei plays Aunt May at only 52. Director Jon Watts and a writing team led by Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley do not have many ...


1966 Tony Awards Best Leading Actress Play Winner Rosemary Harris News

Marisa Tomei 'disappointed' scene showing her character rescue child was cut from 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'

New York Daily News
But there's always hope for the director's cut! Tomei's May differs, somewhat, from Rosemary Harris' portrayal of the character in the original “Spider-Man” trilogy, which is more grandmotherly than parental. Hannibal Buress sends lookalike to 'Spider ...



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1966 Tony Awards Best Leading Actress Play Winner Rosemary Harris News

Marisa Tomei: There's Nothing Wrong With Playing a Dowdy Widow

Jezebel
In a Q&A with the New York Times, Tomei, 52, discussed playing a character who has been depicted as elderly in the film's comic-book source material. (Rosemary Harris, who played Aunt May in the Sam Raimi Spider-Man films of the early '00s, was 74 ...

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