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Jane Alexander Biography and Filmography
Jane Alexander
Birthday: October 28, 1939
Birth Place: Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Height: 0' 0"
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A graduate of Sarah Lawrence University and the University of Edinburgh, American actress Jane Alexander first gained national fame for her Tony-winning performance in the 1965 Broadway play The Great White Hope. She repeated her portrayal of the white mistress of a turn-of-century black heavyweight boxing champ (played by James Earl Jones) for the 1969 film version of Hope, which served as her film debut and earned her an Oscar nomination. The actress' subsequent theatrical-feature appearances have often been short in duration, but long on dramatic impact: most memorable was her single scene as a terrified Republican party bookkeeper ("If you can get Mitchell, that would be great!") in All the President's Men (1976). Alexander made the first of two TV-special appearances as Eleanor Roosevelt in Eleanor and Franklin, telecast in two parts on January 11 and 12, 1976; this was followed by Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years (March 13,1977). While she surprisingly did not win an Emmy for either of these superlative performances, she finally attained the award for her supporting appearance in 1981's Playing for Time. Her best-remembered television appearance was as the California housewife faced with the enormity of a nearby nuclear attack in Testament (1983), which was slated for PBS' American Playhouse, then redirected for a theatrical premiere — a move that enabled Alexander to receive her third Oscar nomination (the second was for 1979's Kramer vs. Kramer). On a lighter note, the actress was hilariously outre as Hollywood gossip columnist Hedda Hopper in the TV biopic Malice in Wonderland (1989). Well known for her diplomacy and her espousal of liberal causes, Alexander found herself in the position to exercise both of these traits when, in 1993, she was appointed chairperson of the beleaguered National Endowment for the Arts.
Feast of Love (2007)
[ Selma Blair ][ Radha Mitchell ]
Fur (2006)
[ Nicole Kidman ]
The Way (2006)
[ Julia Ormond ]
Warm Springs (2005)
[ Cynthia Nixon ][ Kathy Bates ]
Carry Me Home (2004)
[ Penelope Ann Miller ]
The Ring (2002)
[ Naomi Watts ][ Amber Tamblyn ][ Daveigh Chase ][ Sara Rue ][ Rachel Melka ]
Sunshine State (2002)
[ Angela Basset ][ Mary Steenburgen ][ Edie Falco ]
Bitter Winter (2001)
Jenifer (2001)
[ Marisa Tomei ][ Laura San-Giacomo ][ Julianna Margulies ][ Annabella Sciorra ][ Edie Falco ]
The Cider House Rules (1999)
[ Charlize Theron ][ Kathy Baker ][ Skye McCole Bartusiak ][ Kate Nelligan ][ Mary Lou Henner ]
Stay the Night (1992)
[ Barbara Hershey ]
A Marriage: Georgia O'Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz (1991)
Daughter of the Streets (1990)
[ Erika Eleniak ]
Glory (1989)
A Friendship in Vienna (1988)
[ Jean Simmons ][ Jenny Lewis ]
Open Admissions (1988)
In Love and War (1987)
Square Dance (1987)
[ Winona Ryder ][ Debi Richter ]
Sweet Country (1987)
[ Irene Pappa ][ Joanna Pettet ][ Carole Laure ]
Blood & Orchids (1986)
[ Sean Young ][ Madeleine Stowe ][ Susan Blakely ]
Drug Free Kids: A Parents' Guide (1986)
[ Melissa Gilbert ][ Marla Gibbs ]
Malice in Wonderland (1985)
[ Elizabeth Taylor ][ Nancy Travis ][ Denise Crosby ][ Bonnie Bartlett ][ Joyce Van-Patten ]
City Heat (1984)
[ Madeline Kahn ][ Irene Cara ]
Calamity Jane (1984)
[ Sara Gilbert ][ Talia Balsam ]
When She Says No (1984)
[ Kathleen Quinlan ]
Testament (1983)
[ Rebecca Demornay ]
In the Custody of Strangers (1982)
Dear Liar (1981)
Night Crossing (1981)
[ Glynnis O'Connor ]
Playing for Time (1980)
[ Vanessa Redgrave ][ Christine Baranski ][ Maud Adams ][ Shirley Knight ][ Anna Thompson ]
Brubaker (1980)
[ Linda Haynes ]
Kramer vs. Kramer (1979)
[ Meryl Streep ][ Jo Beth Williams ]
Lovey: A Circle of Children, Part II (1978)
[ Karen Allen ]
A Question of Love (1978)
[ Gena Rowlands ][ Bonnie Bedelia ][ Nancy McKeon ]
The Betsy (1978)
[ Katherine Ross ][ Lesley Ann Down ][ Kathleen Beller ]
Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years (1977)
[ Blair Brown ]
A Circle of Children (1977)
[ Kyle Richards ][ Rachel Roberts ]
All the President's Men (1976)
[ Meredith Baxter ][ Polly Holliday ]
Eleanor and Franklin (1976)
[ Mackenzie Phillips ][ Linda Purl ][ Pamela Franklin ]
Death Be Not Proud (1975)
This Is the West That Was (1974)
[ Kim Darby ]
Miracle on 34th Street (1973)
The New Centurions (1972)
[ Francesca Kitten Natividad ][ Isabel Sanford ]
Welcome Home, Johnny Bristol (1972)
A Gunfight (1971)
[ Karen Black ]
The Great White Hope (1970)
  • Received an Honorary Degree from Smith College in Northampton, MA. [1999]
  • Named to head the National Endowment of the Arts in August 1993.
  • Received the Women's International Center (WIC) Living Legacy Award in 1988.
  • Was the Commencement speaker for Smith College's Class of 1999.
  • Was the commencement speaker for Duke University's Class of 1996.
  • Won Broadway's 1969 Tony Award as Best Supporting or Featured Actress (Dramatic) for "The Great White Hope," a role she recreated in an Oscar-nominated performance in the film version of the same title, The Great White Hope (1970). Since, then she has received six additional Tony nominations: as Best Actress (Dramatic), in 1973 for "6 Rms Riv Vu," and in 1974 for "Find Your Way Hone;" and as Best Actress (Play): in 1979 for "First Monday in October," in 1992 for a revival of "The Visit," in 1993 for "The Sisters Rosensweig," and in 1998 for "Honour."
  • Portrays FDR's mother in Warm Springs, had previously portrayed Eleanor Roosevelt in the made for TV movies Franklin & Eleanor, and Franklin & Eleanor, the White House Years.
  • Was the Commencement speaker for Bennington College's Class of 1997.

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