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Joan Hackett Biography and Filmography
Joan Hackett
Birthday: March 1, 1934
Birth Place: East Harlem, New York City, New York, USA
Height: 0' 0"
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Former model Joan Hackett diligently studied acting under Lee Strasberg; proof that her diligence paid off was her critically acclaimed performance in the 1961 Broadway production Call Me By My Rightful Name. A versatile actress who successfully combined brains with beauty (not always the case with ingenues of the 1960s), Hackett made her film debut in 1966's The Group. Perhaps her best film performance was as the lonely frontier wife who is briefly attracted to drifter Charlton Heston in Will Penny (1968). Hackett's TV work included recurring roles on the dramatic weekly The Defenders in the early 1960s and the situation comedy Another Day in 1978. Ravaged by cancer in her last months, Hackett could take some small comfort in the knowledge that her penultimate movie appearance in Only When I Laugh (1981) had won her a Golden Globe award and an Oscar nomination. Joan Hackett was at one time the wife of actor Richard Mulligan.
Flicks (1987)
[ Pamela Sue Martin ]
The Escape Artist (1982)
[ Teri Garr ][ Elizabeth Daily ]
Paper Dolls (1982)
[ Daryl Hannah ][ Joan Collins ][ Alexandra Paul ][ Jennifer Warren ][ Julie Winchester ]
The Long Summer of George Adams (1982)
Only When I Laugh (1981)
[ Kristy McNichol ]
One Trick Pony (1980)
[ Mary Regan ][ Blair Brown ]
The Long Days of Summer (1980)
The North Avenue Irregulars (1979)
[ Cloris Leachman ][ Melora Hardin ][ Susan Clark ][ Karen Valentine ]
Pleasure Cove (1979)
[ Tanya Roberts ][ Shelley Fabares ][ Melody Anderson ][ Barbara Luna ]
The Possessed (1977)
[ P.J. Soles ][ Dinah Manoff ][ Diana Scarwid ][ Ann Dusenberry ]
Stonestreet: Who Killed the Centerfold Model? (1977)
[ Barbara Eden ][ Sally Kirkland ][ Ann Dusenberry ]
Dead of Night (1977)
Treasure of Matecumbe (1976)
The American Woman: Portraits of Courage (1976)
[ Kate Mulgrew ][ Patricia Neal ]
Mackintosh and T.J. (1975)
Reflections of Murder (1974)
[ Tuesday Weld ]
The Terminal Man (1974)
The Last of Sheila (1973)
[ Raquel Welch ][ Dyan Cannon ]
Class of '63 (1973)
Rivals (1972)
[ Phoebe O'Brien ]
Lights Out (1972)
Five Desperate Women (1971)
[ Stefanie Powers ]
Love and the Fighting Couple/Love and the Pick-Up/Love and the Proposal (1970)
The Other Man (1970)
How Awful About Allan (1970)
The Young Country (1970)
Support Your Local Sheriff! (1969)
Assignment to Kill (1968)
Will Penny (1968)
The Group (1966)
[ Cia Berg ][ Jessica Walter ][ Shirley Knight ][ Joanna Pettet ]
Woman of Fire (1965)
Echo of Evil (1964)
A Place to Hide (1962)
Rebecca (1962)
A Certain Time, a Certain Darkness (1961)
  • She always loved to sleep, and her tombstone carries an admonition not to wake her while she's getting her beauty sleep; "Go Away - I'm Asleep"
  • She won an Obie award in 1961 for "Call Me By My Rightful Name".
  • Interred at Hollywood Memorial Cemetery (now called Hollywood Forever), Hollywood, California, USA, in the Abbey of the Psalms, Sanctuary of Faith, 2nd from bottom, near the end of the hall.
  • Ravaged by cancer, a few weeks prior to her death, she checked herself out of the hospital to host a wedding party at her Beverly Hills home for Carrie Fisher and Paul Simon. Just a few days later her condition rapidly deteriorated. She then spent her last few weeks at Encino Hospital under aggressive treatment. She lost her battle on October 8th 1983 (Sat) at 9:15 pm.
  • A firm believer in the paranormal, and while on location in Texas filming "Harnessing The Sun", she persuaded the film's director, Dirk Wayne Summers, to fly in a "clairvoyant-aura reader" to the location site. She then arranged for the entire crew to receive "extrasensory readings," with the 'clairvoyant' spending a week with the film's cast and crew. When Director Summers was questioned by a reporter from a Dallas newspaper as to "why he approved such unusual arrangements-- and did CBS know"? Summers answered, saying that "Joan Hackett is so great to work with and so perfect in her role, that I would have flown in Uri Geller if Joan had wanted him."
  • Filmed in 1980-1981, Harnessing the Sun (1980) was her last picture, although some films shot earlier (i.e., "Only When I Laugh") were released after her final apearance in "Harnessing The Sun."
  • Daughter of Irish and Italian immigrant parents, and educated at Catholic schools in NYC.
  • Former sister-in-law of Robert Mulligan.

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