Best Actress in 1965

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Julie Christie
Julie Christie, the British movie legend whom Al Pacino called "the most poetic of all actresses", was born in Chukua, Assam, India, on April 14, 1941, the daughter of a tea planter, Frank St. John Christie, and his wife, Rosemary (Ramsden), who was a painter. Her family was of English, and some Scottish...
“ Darling - Julie Christie won an Oscar for this role. ” - dziwnytenswiat
 
2.
Catherine Deneuve
Catherine Deneuve was born October 22, 1943 in Paris, France. Her parents were actors. She made her movie debut in 1957, when she was thirteen and continued with small parts in minor films, until Roger Vadim gave her a meatier role in Vice and Virtue. But her breakthrough came with the excellent musical The Umbrellas of Cherbourg...
“ (Repulsion) ” - dziwnytenswiat
 
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Patricia Gozzi
She was born on April 12 1950. Father Yves Gozzi, mother Gylberte. Have three sisters. One son, Benoit Sauvage, born in California in 1980, one daughter, Celia Sauvage, born also in California in 1983. Nationality, French, married to Michael Sauvage. So many people wondered why this young actress stopped acting...
“ (Rapture) ” - dziwnytenswiat
 
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Shelley Winters
Actress, Lolita
Shelley Winters was born Shirley Schrift of very humble beginnings on August 18, 1920 (some sources list 1922) in East St. Louis, Illinois. Her mother, Rose (Winter), was born in Missouri, to Austrian Jewish parents, and her father, Jonas Schrift, was an Austrian Jewish immigrant. Her father moved the family to Brooklyn when she was still young so that he...
“ (A Patch of Blue) - Shelley Winters was nominated for an Oscar for this role. ” - dziwnytenswiat
 
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“ (The Collector) - Samantha Eggar was nominated for an Oscar for this role. ” - dziwnytenswiat
 
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Elizabeth Hartman
This slender, striking, red-haired, freckle-faced American leading lady, a Carnegie-Tech student in the 60s, made a stunning, sensitive film debut as the blind, abused, uneducated white girl who falls in love with compassionate Sidney Poitier in the racially-charged drama A Patch of Blue. That glorious performance earned Elizabeth a Golden Globe award...
“ (A Patch of Blue) - Elizabeth Hartman was nominated for an Oscar for this role. ” - dziwnytenswiat
 
7.
Ida Kaminska
Began her stage career at age five an later played leading roles on stage. Appeared in a handful of films and is better now for her support of the Jewish people. She later moved to Israel.
“ (Obchod na korze) - Ida Kaminska was nominated for an Oscar for this role. ” - dziwnytenswiat
 
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Julie Andrews
Julia Elizabeth Wells was born on October 1, 1935, in England. Her mother, Barbara Ward (Morris), and stepfather, both vaudeville performers, discovered her freakish but undeniably lovely four-octave singing voice and immediately got her a singing career. She performed in music halls throughout her childhood and teens...
“ (The Sound of Music) ” - dziwnytenswiat
 
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Silvia Pinal
Now a living legend and still very active, Silvia Pinal began her career in theater and became a leading lady in her first movie roles, in the late 1940s. Always a smart urban girl, she belongs to the second and most versatile generation of Mexican movie stars of the Golden Era, together with Pedro Infante...
“ (Simón del desierto) ” - dziwnytenswiat
 
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Geraldine Chaplin
Actress, Chaplin
Geraldine Leigh Chaplin was born in Santa Monica, California, to Oona Chaplin (née O'Neill) and legendary entertainer Charles Chaplin (A.K.A. Charlie Chaplin). She is a granddaughter of playwright Eugene O'Neill and a great-granddaughter of stage actor James O'Neill. She attended the Royal Ballet Academy in London...
“ (Doctor Zhivago) ” - dziwnytenswiat