Susan Anspach
Actress
Susan Anspach
Susan Anspach is an American stage and film actress.
Biography
Susan Anspach's personal information overview.
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Jack Nicholson: The complete hookup history
guyism - almost 5 years
Last week we took a look at one of the most prolific celebrity womanizers in Leonardo DiCaprio. This week we continue our series with a man who has allegedly hooked up with at least as many famous women as Leo: Jack Nicholson. Of course the difference here is that Jack just turned 75 on Sunday while Leo is half that age. That being said, it’s still a rather impressive list. Jack also gets points for scoring with women many, many years younger than him (noted below). NOTE: In the interest of brevity, we’ll just list all his ladies up to his longest romance: Anjelica Huston. It’s also been reported that Jack has nailed over 2,000 women, but today we’re just going to focus on the famous ones. Previous hookup histories on Guyism. Pre-Anjelica Sandra Knight (1958-1968), Mimi Machu (1967-1971), Susan Anspach (1969-1971), Rita Moreno (1970), Candice Bergen (1971), Michelle Phillips (1971-1972). Anjelica Huston (1973-1989) Jack and Anjelica were an item for 16 years, but as yo ...
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Co lubi kobieta u mężczyzny > co lubi kobieta? - w-spodnicy.pl (Blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Twarz nie przeszkodziła mu bynajmniej poślubić Sandry Knight, aktorki Susan Anspach, zauroczyć aktorkę Anjelicę Huston, oraz Rebekę Broussard. Tomasz Karolak – aktor rozbrajający zarówno swoim zachowaniem (na różnego rodzaju oficjalnych uroczystościach
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SEARCH: Past 14 days Archives - Boston Herald
Google News - almost 6 years
A. That's “Mad Bull,” a 1977 TV movie with Susan Anspach and Nicolas Colasanto. It's on video, if you care. Q. I can't remember the name of a movie I saw 20 years ago on TV. It was about some bootleggers who lived in a rural area
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Ask the Incredible Inman | Alex Karras' other sport - Louisville Courier-Journal
Google News - almost 6 years
HD, via email Dear HD: That's “Mad Bull,” a 1977 TV movie with Susan Anspach and Nicolas Colasanto. It's on video, if you care. Freelance writer David Inman's column appears daily. Email him at incredibleinman@yahoo.com. Please include your hometown
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Before Gentrification Was Cool, It Was a Movie
NYTimes - over 9 years
Norman Jewison was casting his mind back nearly 40 years, trying to remember why he didn't direct ''The Landlord.'' ''I went to Europe,'' he said, his voice on the telephone trailing off. ''This was at the point of ... '' It was at a point when Mr. Jewison was hot. In the previous two years he'd brought United Artists a ton of money and six Academy
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Mendacity, Mendacity
NYTimes - about 12 years
To the Editor: Richard Schickel is a wonderful writer. He wrote a tender and understanding review of ''The Selected Letters of Tennessee Williams'' (Dec. 26). According to Schickel, the director Elia Kazan ''actually persuaded Williams to write a slightly softer, more hopeful conclusion to 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,' which made it a Broadway hit,
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BOOKS OF THE TIMES; Paul and Federico and Orson and Shelley and . . .
NYTimes - over 17 years
SHOW ME THE MAGIC By Paul Mazursky Illustrated. 270 pages. Simon & Schuster. $25. What you ought to know about Paul Mazursky, aside from the fact that his first name is really Irwin, is that before he achieved a measure of renown as a filmmaker, screenwriter and actor, he was a writer and stand-up comedian. So the man has a sense of story and a
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AGE GAP IN FILMS; Too Old for Them
NYTimes - about 19 years
To the Editor: Thank you, Molly Haskell, for your article ''Where the Old Boy Always Gets the Girl'' [Feb. 8]. Performing in my first play in New York in 1965, I played Robert Duvall's stepdaughter; Farrah Fawcett, who plays his wife in ''The Apostle,'' is younger than I am; Miranda Richardson, his girlfriend in the same movie, is quite a bit
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PLAYING IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD
NYTimes - almost 22 years
ASTORIA A Film Retrospective For a Yugoslavian Muse What triggers a career? For David Schwartz, the head of film and video at the American Museum of the Moving Image, a seminal influence was the Yugoslavian film maker Dusan Makavejev. "I've always loved his movies," Mr. Schwartz said. "They were among the first movies I saw when I was getting into
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Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Book Editor?
NYTimes - over 22 years
WOLVES FASCINATE Jack Nicholson. "What does a lone wolf represent?" he asked with a smile. "How's that wolf treated by the pack? The wolf pack is limited. Lone wolves are driven off by the pack. And it's hard to find a new pack." The smile broadened enigmatically, a Nicholson smile. He lighted a cigarette. Whatever his identification with lone
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Reviews/Film; Plot Twists, Into a Lake
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: ''I saw Jimmy,'' says Wade, the cute young handyman at snowy Wolf Lodge. ''He's in the lake. He's frozen and dead.'' Yes, he's frozen and dead, says the none-too-bright Wade, with all the excitement of someone who has just found his misplaced car keys instead of the previous cute young handyman. ''Into the Fire'' tries to heat up ''The
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FILM VIEW; Truffaut Would Understand
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: It is true, at least in this one respect, that the movies are like life: beautiful women are all over the place. Beyond that - for me, anyway - the two media begin to diverge, each with its own inevitable vexations, though in the movies women are not among them. After all, they exist in two dimensions only, and that really uncomplicates
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Film: 'Blue Monkey,' Larva Tale
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: ''BLUE MONKEY'' isn't much more than a standard angry-larva story, but it has been cleverly directed by William Fruet, who knows how to give it a new look. To be sure, what happens in the film is essentially familiar, as a slimy little abomination appears, grows, hatches and goes on to terrorize everyone it meets. ''BLUE MONKEY'' isn't much
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TV VIEW; 'SPACE' IS A 'DALLAS' WITH ASTRONAUTS
NYTimes - almost 32 years
''James A. Michener's 'Space' '' - that's the offical title - is one of those grand and glossy productions that add up, almost amazingly, to vintage television. The 13- hour mini-series, made at a cost of more than $30 million, gets underway on CBS this evening at 8 with a three-hour installment. The rest will be broadcast tomorrow through
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Susan Anspach
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2014
    Age 71
    In the October 6, 2014 obituary for fellow Hair cast member Steve Curry, the New York Times reported that Mr. Curry fathered a daughter, Catherine Goddard, with Anspach.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1975
    Age 32
    Anspach was originally cast in the role of country singer Barbara Jean in the 1975 film Nashville, but her salary requirements exceeded the ensemble film's budget; she was replaced by Ronee Blakley.
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  • 1973
    Age 30
    She starred in the episode "All My Tomorrows" (opposite Robert Foxworth) of the NBC romantic anthology series Love Story in 1973.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1970
    Age 27
    Anspach starred in several Broadway and off-Broadway shows, including as the female lead in the musical Hair and an Actors Studio play with Al Pacino. She first came to prominence opposite Jack Nicholson in the 1970 film Five Easy Pieces.
    More Details Hide Details Vincent Canby of The New York Times called her "one of America's most charming and talented actresses".
  • TEENAGE
  • 1960
    Age 17
    Anspach was raised in Queens, New York, the daughter of Trudy, a one-time singer, and Renald Anspach. She graduated from William Cullen Bryant High School in Long Island City in 1960.
    More Details Hide Details Paul Simon was a neighbor. She enrolled in the music department at the Catholic University of America. For her sophomore year she transferred to the drama department, where she appeared in the annual musical, All Systems Are Go. Married to actor Mark Goddard, Anspach has a son, Caleb Goddard (born 1970).
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1942
    Born
    Born on November 23, 1942.
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