Person Details

Birthday: 1920-08-18 18:16:58

Death: 2006-01-14 18:16:58

Aliases: Shirley Schrift , Shelley Winter

Gender: Female

Place of birth: St. Louis, Missouri, USA

Homepage:

Movie Involvements: 94

TV Involvements: 4


Most Famous Work

Biography

Shelley Winters (born Shirley Schrift; August 18, 1920 – January 14, 2006) was an American actress whose career spanned almost six decades. She appeared in numerous films, and won Academy Awards for The Diary of Anne Frank (1959) and A Patch of Blue (1965), and received nominations for A Place in the Sun (1951) and The Poseidon Adventure (1972). Other roles Winters appeared in include A Double Life (1947), The Night of the Hunter (1955), Lolita (1962), Alfie (1966), Next Stop, Greenwich Village (1976), and Pete's Dragon (1977). In addition to film, Winters appeared in television, including a years-long tenure on the sitcom Roseanne, and also authored three autobiographical books. Description above from the Wikipedia article Shelley Winters licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Most Famous Work

What's My Line?
Average
7

What's My Line?

(1950) Self - Mystery Guest
Lolita
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7

Lolita

(1962) Charlotte Haze
The Delta Force
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6

The Delta Force

(1986) Edie Kaplan
Tony Awards
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6

Tony Awards

(1956) Herself - Presenter
The Poseidon Adventure
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7

The Poseidon Adventure

(1972) Belle Rosen
The Diary of Anne Frank
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7

The Diary of Anne Frank

(1959) Petronella Van Daan
The Greatest Story Ever Told
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6

The Greatest Story Ever Told

(1965) Woman who is healed
Red River
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7

Red River

(1948) Dance Hall Girl in Wagon Train (uncredited)

Acting

Year Character Movie/Tv
2020 Self (archive footage)
2014 N/A
2001 Herself (1983 interview footage)
1999 Prof. Summers
1998 Mrs. Willows
1997 Herself
1996 Lady in Truck
Mrs. Touchett
1995 Grandma Ruth
Mrs. Collins
Interviewee
The Good Lieutenant
Dolly Modino
N/A
Aunt Monica
1994 Herself
Herself
Mrs. Motel (The Mother)
1993 N/A
N/A
Yetta
1992 Vivian Morgan
1991 Mrs. Fraser
N/A
1990 Self
1989 Evelyn McEllany
1988 Rita
Nana Mary
1987 Herself
1986 N/A
Edie Kaplan
Lydia
1985 Dodo Bird
Olga Nabokova
N/A
1984 N/A
Becky
Cora Jackson
1983 N/A
Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Mrs. Cole
1982 N/A
Herself
N/A
N/A
1981 Eva Brown
Carmen
1980 N/A
1979 Helen Wabash
Elzbieta
Nurse Andrea Harper
Crystal
Jane Phillips
Shelley
Gladys Presley
1978 Queen Rachel
N/A
Interviewee
Mrs. Erica Hunter
1977 Lena Gogan
N/A
N/A
Amalia Vivaldi
Tillie Turner
Lea
1976 Crystal
Caterina
The Concierge
Faye Lapinsky
Diana Steedeman
1975 Zelda Shapiro
Mrs. Mathews
Bertha
1974 N/A
Agatha Murphy
N/A
1973 N/A
Drunk Woman in Police Station
Mommy
Mrs. Cramer
1972 Lilith Malone
Belle Rosen
Bess Tucker
Mrs. Forrest
Gabriella Field
1971 Elizabeth Cameron
Amanda Hilton
Helen
1970 Dorothy Bluebell
N/A
'Ma' Kate Barker
N/A
1969 Hester Green
Mrs. Armstrong
1968 Shirley Newman
N/A
Herself - Guest
Mrs. Daphne Flatow
Kate
N/A
1967 Mrs. Emma Kolowitz
1966 Ruby
Fay Estabrook
Ma Parker
Natalya
1965 Rose-Ann D'Arcey
N/A
Woman who is healed
1964 Lisa
Polly Adler
1963 N/A
Fran Cabrell
Madame Irma
1962 Sarah Garnell
N/A
Charlotte Haze
1961 N/A
N/A
Mary diPace
1960 Nellie Romano
1959 Lorry
Petronella Van Daan
1957 N/A
1956 N/A
N/A
Herself - Presenter
1955 Marie Garson
Dixie Evans
Ruth Harris
N/A
Willa Harper
Natalia Landauer
1954 Myrtle La Mar
N/A
N/A
Herself
Toni Salerno
Eva Bardeman
Fran Davis
Grace Markey
Sarah Wurble
1953 N/A
N/A
1952 Nancy
Jane Stevens
Joy Carroll
Binky Gay
1951 Connie Thatcher
N/A
N/A
Katherine "Kate" Denny
Peggy Dobbs
Alice Tripp
1950 Frenchie Fontaine
N/A
Coral
Lola Manners
Self - Mystery Guest
1949 Terry Stewart
Myrtle Wilson
Catherine Sykes
1948 Brenda Martingale
Tory
Dance Hall Girl in Wagon Train (uncredited)
N/A
1947 Pat Kroll
Waitress / Autograph Hound (uncredited)
Hazel
Junior League Girl (uncredited)
Mrs. Holmbright
1945 Handmaiden
Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Bubbles (uncredited)
1944 Young Woman Fleeing Nightclub Raid (uncredited)
'Silver' Rankin (uncredited)
Chorus Girl (uncredited) (unconfirmed)
Ulda Tienhoven
1943 Secretary (uncredited)
Norma
Year Character Movie/Tv

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