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Susan Strasberg
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Giardino dei ciliegi, Il (1992)
[ Marisa Berenson ][ Barbara De-Rossi ]
Schweitzer (1990)
Prime Suspect (1989)
[ Dana Plato ]
The Runnin' Kind (1989)
[ Juliette Lewis ][ Brie Howard ]
The Delta Force (1986)
[ Kim Delaney ][ Shelley Winters ][ Lainie Kazan ][ Hanna Schygulla ]
I Like It in Wilmington (1984)
Sweet 16 (1983)
[ Sharon Farrell ][ Wendy Wilcoxon ]
The Returning (1983)
Mazes and Monsters (1982)
[ Wendy Crewson ][ Vera Miles ][ Anne Francis ][ Louise Sorel ]
Bloody Birthday (1981)
[ Julie Brown ][ Sylvia Wright ]
Beggarman, Thief (1979)
[ Jean Simmons ][ Lynn Redgrave ][ Anne Francis ]
The Immigrants (1978)
[ Sharon Gless ][ Aimee Eccles ]
In Praise of Older Women (1978)
[ Karen Black ][ Alberta Watson ][ Alexandra Stewart ]
The Manitou (1978)
[ Stella Stevens ]
SST: Death Flight (1977)
[ Tina Louise ][ Season Hubley ][ Misty Rowe ]
Rollercoaster (1977)
[ Helen Hunt ][ Tara Buckman ]
Sammy Somebody (1976)
[ Jan Sterling ]
The Stronger (1976)
[ Dinah Manoff ]
The Countess (1974)
The Legend of Hillbilly John (1974)
So Evil, My Sister (1974)
Toma (1973)
Frankenstein (1973)
...And Millions Die! (1973)
[ Rowena ]
The Other Side of the Wind (1972)
[ Stephane Audran ]
The Loser (1971)
Midnight Never Ends (1971)
Mr. and Mrs. Bo Jo Jones (1971)
Man from Taos: Part 2: Our Man in Paris (1970)
Hauser's Memory (1970)
Marcus Welby, M.D. (1969)
[ Anne Baxter ]
The CBS Playhouse: Experiment (1969)
[ Tisha Sterling ]
Ternos Caçadores (1969)
Sorelle, Le (1969)
[ Nathalie Delon ]
The Brotherhood (1968)
[ Irene Pappa ]
Chubasco (1968)
The Name of the Game Is Kill (1968)
[ Tisha Sterling ]
Psych-Out (1968)
The Executioners: Part 2 (1967)
The Executioners: Part 1 (1967)
Cosa Nostra, Arch Enemy of the FBI (1967)
The Trip (1967)
[ Luana Anders ]
The Captive (1966)
Who Killed the Eleventh Best Dressed Woman in the World? (1964)
The High Bright Sun (1964)
Giorno più corto, Il (1962)
[ Anouk Aimee ][ Sylva Koscina ][ Annie Girardot ][ Pensieri Cattivi ][ Viviana Greco ]
Hemingway's Adventures of a Young Man (1962)
[ Sharon Tate ][ Jessica Tandy ][ Diane Baker ][ Jo Kennedy ]
Disordine, Il (1962)
[ Alida Valli ][ Adriana Asti ]
Taste of Fear (1961)
Destiny, West! (1960)
The Cherry Orchard (1959)
Kapò (1959)
[ Paola Pitagora ]
Stage Struck (1958)
Picnic (1955)
[ Kim Novak ][ Shirley Knight ][ Rosalind Russel ]
The Cobweb (1955)
[ Lauren Bacall ][ Fay Wray ][ Lillian Gish ][ Gloria Grahame ] 100 Hot DVDs

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The daughter of renowned acting coaches Lee and Paula Strasberg, Susan Strasberg did not, as has often been assumed, attend her father's celebrated Actors Studio. She was, however, a close friend of several of her parents' most famous students—notably Marilyn Monroe, the subject of Strawsberg's affectionate 1992 memoir Marilyn and Me. While growing up, Strasberg harbored dreams of becoming a scientist like her idol Marie Curie, but many of her parents' friends urged the girl to give acting a try. Mildly curious, she made her off-Broadway debut in the 1952 production Maya. Two years later, she made her first television appearance as Shakespeare's Juliet, and shortly thereafter was cast as a regular on the Hume Cronyn-Jessica Tandy TV situation comedy The Marriage. At 17, Susan blossomed into full-fledged stardom when she played the leading role in the Pulitzer Prize-winning Broadway play The Diary of Anne Frank. By 1957, she was being tagged as "Helen Hayes' successor" by several influential critics. Her first film appearances in The Cobweb and Picnic (both 1955) also bode well for a long and lasting stardom. Unfortunately, Susan's ardent supporters began turning on her when she starred in Stage Struck, the 1957 remake of Morning Glory (1933). Her over-the-top rendition of the role that had won Katharine Hepburn an Oscar back in 1933 was almost universally drubbed by the critics, prompting Strasberg to flee the U.S. and resettle in Europe. In the early 1960s, director Franco Zeffirelli persuaded her to return to Broadway in his production of Dumas' Lady of the Camelias. Alas, this effort also proved disastrous, forcing her to grasp at straws to revive her reputation. Her best effort during this awkward phase of her career was the Yugoslav-Italian film Kapo (1960), in which she played a concentration camp survivor. Such excellent opportunities were rare indeed; for the most part, Strasberg was mired in such tripe as Psych-Out (1967) and The Name of the Game is Kill (1968). In 1973, Susan returned to television as co-star of the detective series Toma. She has since continued to accept character roles of fluctuating quality in both U.S. and Canadian productions. In 1980, Susan penned her autobiography Bittersweet, which detailed her brief marriage to actor Christopher Jones, the heart defect that long imperiled the life of her daughter Jennifer, and the debilitating burden of being too famous too soon. Reflecting on her career in 1974, Susan Strasberg compared her teen-aged stardom to "trying to play a violin before it's finished."

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