Ellen Burstyn

 

 

Ellen Burstyn

Detroit, Michigan, USA

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Ellen Burstyn  (born December 7, 1932) is an American actress, who has worked in film, stage and television. Her acting career began in theatre during the late 1950s, and over the next ten years, Burstyn appeared in several films and television series before joining the Actors Studio in 1967. She achieved recognition for her roles in The Last Picture Show (1971) and The Exorcist (1973), receiving Academy Award nominations for both performances. She won the Academy Award for Best Actress the following year for her work in Martin Scorsese's Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore (1973). In 1975, she won a Tony Award for her work in the Broadway production of Same Time, Next Year, and received a Golden Globe Award and a fourth Academy Award nomination for her performance in the 1978 film version. Burstyn continued to work extensively since the 1980s, and was acclaimed for her performance in the film Requiem for a Dream, for which she received several critic's awards. Description above from the Wikipedia article Ellen Burstyn, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia

 

Movies

Requiem for a Dream
Sara Goldfarb
The Elephant King
Diana Hunt
The Stone Angel
Hagar
Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam
Mrs. Stocks (voice)
Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
Alice Wyatt
Brush with Fate
Rika
The Cemetery Club
Esther Moskowitz
Resurrection
Edna
Mermaid
Trish
Within These Walls
Joan Thomas
Pack of Lies
Barbara Jackson
Silence of the North
Olive Frederickson
Follow The River
Gretel
Wiener-Dog
Nana
Playing by Heart
Mildred
The Five People You Meet In Heaven
Ruby
Alex in Wonderland
Beth Morrison
Mitch Albom's For One More Day
No character defined
Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood
Viviane Joan 'Vivi' Abbott Walker
The Wicker Man
Sister Summersisle
Same Time, Next Year
Doris
Kravgi gynaikon
No character defined
The Spitfire Grill
Hannah Ferguson
The Mighty Macs
Mother St. John
Lovely, Still
Mary
The Patron Saint of Liars
June Clatterbuck
Providence
Sonia Langham
The Fear of God: 25 Years of The Exorcist
Herself - 'Chris MacNeil'
The Madam's Family: The Truth About the Canal Street Brothel
Tommie
The Ambassador
Alex Hacker
Flowers in the Attic
Olivia Foxworth
The People vs. Jean Harris
Jean Harris
Petals on the Wind
Olivia Foxworth
Wish You Well
Louisa Mae Cardinal
Hanna's War
Katalin
Bathing Flo
No character defined
Primal Secrets
Frances Griffin
You Can Thank Me Later
Shirley Cooperberg
The Fountain
Dr. Lillian Guzetti
When a Man Loves a Woman
Emily
W.
Barbara Bush
How To Make An American Quilt
Hy Dodd
According to Greta
Katherine
The Exorcist
Chris MacNeil
The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond
Miss Addie
Harry and Tonto
Shirley Mallard
The King of Marvin Gardens
Sally
Twice in a Lifetime
Kate MacKenzie
Thursday's Game
Lynne Evers
Night Ride Home
Maggie
Mrs. Lambert Remembers Love
Lillian "Lil" Lambert
About Scout
Gram
Act of Vengeance
Margaret Yablonski
The Tale
No character defined
A Will of Their Own
Veronica Steward
Memories, Dreams & Addictions
Herself
Walking Across Egypt
Mattie Rigsbee
The Velveteen Rabbit
Swan
Our Fathers
Mary Ryan
Timepiece
Maud Gannon
Pit Stop
Ellen McLeod
Coma
Mrs. Emerson
River of Fundament
Hathfertiti
The Calling
Emily Micallef
The Age of Adaline
Flemming
Sois belle et tais-toi
Herself
And the Oscar Goes To...
Herself - Interviewee
Wake
No character defined
Surviving: A Family in Crisis
Tina Brogan
When You Remember Me
Nurse Cooder
Getting Gotti
No character defined
A Little Something for Your Birthday
No character defined
The Yards
Val Handler
Goodbye Charlie
Franny Salzman
Tropic of Cancer
Mona
30 Days
Maura
Roommates
Judith
The House of Tomorrow
No character defined
Nostalgia
No character defined
The Last Picture Show
Lois Farrow
Dying Young
Mrs. O'Neil
Custody
Beatrice Fisher
Political Animals
Margaret Barrish
Draft Day
Barb Weaver
Deceiver
Mook
Two Men in Town
Mère Garnett
Flash
Laura Strong
Someday This Pain Will Be Useful to You
Nanette
Stardust: The Bette Davis Story
Herself
The Last Picture Show: A Look Back
Herself
The Baby-Sitters Club
Emily Haberman
Hubert Selby Jr: It'll Be Better Tomorrow
Herself
For Those Who Think Young
Dr. Pauline Swenson (as Ellen McRae)
Marilyn in Manhattan
Herself
My Brother's Keeper
Helen
Interstellar
Old Murph Cooper
Love, Marilyn
Herself
Easy Riders, Raging Bulls
Herself
Unity
Herself - Narrator (voice)

Tv

77 Sunset Strip
No character defined
The View
No character defined
Mom
Shirley
Big Love
No character defined
The Iron Horse
No character defined
Ben Casey
No character defined
The Ellen Burstyn Show
Ellen Brewer
The Detectives
No character defined
The Academy Awards
No character defined
Possible Side Effects
No character defined
Oprah Winfrey Presents: Mitch Albom's For One More Day
No character defined
The Time Tunnel
No character defined
Inside the Actors Studio
No character defined
Cheyenne
No character defined
Kraft Suspense Theatre
No character defined
Surfside 6
No character defined
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
No character defined
The Book of Daniel
Bishop Beatrice Congreve
Gunsmoke
No character defined
Perry Mason
No character defined
Hallmark Hall of Fame
No character defined
That's Life
Dolly DeLucca
The Greatest Show on Earth
No character defined
Going My Way
No character defined
Bus Stop
No character defined
Dr. Kildare
No character defined
The People vs. Jean Harris
Jean Harris
Vacation Playhouse
No character defined
Letter to Loretta
No character defined
Tony Awards
No character defined
The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis
No character defined
Saturday Night Live
Herself - Host
Coma
Mrs. Emerson
Political Animals
Margaret Barrish