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Actress Sally Field almost didn't land the role of Mary Todd Lincoln, a historical figure she says she always wanted to play. Watch as Sally tells Oprah about the long casting process for 'Lincoln,' the rejection and the magical moment she shared with Daniel Day-Lewis, the film's leading man.
She's been a familiar face on TV and movie screens for decades, and now actress Sally Field is using her celebrity to raise awareness for osteoporosis. Dr. Oz talks with Sally about her diagnosis with the disease and
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In the fall of 2012, Sally Field's openly gay son, Sam, presented his mother with a human rights award. Her impassioned acceptance speech brought cheers from the crowd, and her use of profanity in the speech made headlines. Watch as Sally shares why she thinks it's important for proud parents of ...
While filming Lincoln, actress Sally Field turned 65, and on that same day, her mother passed away. Now that her mother is gone and her children are all grown up, Sally says she's beginning her next chapter. Watch as she tells Oprah why she's thrilled about the future.
From Norma Rae, a role for which Sally Field won the Oscar for Best Actress in 1979, to Edna Spalding, the Texas widow she played in Places in the Heart, this acclaimed actress has brought many memorable women to life on the big screen. Now, Sally shares how these roles have changed her.
Oprah sits down with acclaimed director Steven Spielberg and iconic actors Daniel Day-Lewis and Sally Field , stars of the feature film Lincoln. Plus, Oprah returns to DreamWorks Studios in Los Angeles, the same studio building where she first auditioned for her role in The Color Purple.
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Madonna before you know I'm fearless hole and I don't work well when I'm fearless I offense. Two time Oscar winner Sally Field . And we also have the one and only. Elusive Daniel Day-Lewis. Thank the only way. I got him to talk.