Appeared (as "Nina") in "Strange Interlude" on Broadway, 1928. Written by Eugene O'Neill
1 Portrayal |
1 Interview |
1 Article |
5' 6" (1.68 m)
Did You Know?
My parents were both progressive people learning much from Henrik Ibsen. My mother believed that a woman should not be tied down to family with nothing else in her life. They were also progressive politically. My father, we thought, voted the Democratic ticket, but actually he voted the Socialist ticket; my mother was a suffragette and I marched in parades with her.
Despite popular belief, Sondergaard never signed a contract with Warners after winning an Oscar for "Anthony Advers," She did sign a one year contract with MGM in 1938 and a long term deal with Universal, which produced 14 films between 1941 and 1947.