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Patricia Neal Biography and Filmography
Patricia Neal
Birthday: January 20, 1926
Birth Place: Packard, Kentucky, USA
Height: 0' 0"
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A leading lady of American plays and film, Neal studied drama in college and worked as a model before debuting on Broadway in The Voice of the Turtle (1946). Her performance in the play Another Part of the Forest got the attention of Hollywood, and she made her screen debut in the light farce John Loves Mary (1949); that same year she was impressive in The Fountainhead opposite Gary Cooper, whom she later said was the great love of her life. After marrying British writer Roald Dahl in 1953 she disappeared from the screen for several years, returning in 1957's A Face in the Crowd, after which she was more selective in choosing her film roles. For her performance in Hud (1963) she won the "Best Actress" Oscar. In 1965 she suffered a massive series of strokes that left her confined to a wheelchair, semi-paralyzed and nearly unable to speak; she made a remarkable recovery over several years, returning to the screen in The Subject Was Roses (1968), for which she received another "Best Actress" Oscar nomination. Also in 1968, she was presented by President Johnson with the "Heart of the Year" Award. Neal underwent two other tragedies in her life: as a baby, one of her children was hit by a cab and underwent eight brain operations, and another died of measles at age 13. Later in life, after divorcing Dahl, she underwent a much-publicized conversion to "Born Again" Christianity and published an autobiography, As I Am.
For the Love of May (2000)
[ Alexandra Paul ][ Alison Arngrim ]
Cookie's Fortune (1999)
[ Liv Tyler ][ Julianne Moore ][ Glenn Close ][ Niecy Nash ]
Heidi (1993)
[ Jane Seymour ]
A Mother's Right: The Elizabeth Morgan Story (1992)
[ Pam Grier ][ Bonnie Bedelia ]
Caroline? (1990)
[ Stephanie Zimbalist ]
An Unremarkable Life (1989)
[ Shelley Winters ]
Shattered Vows (1984)
[ Valerie Bertinelli ][ Millie Perkins ]
Glitter (1984)
[ Markie Post ][ Ginger Rodgers ][ Tracy Nelson ][ Cyd Charisse ][ Joan Van-Ark ]
Love Leads the Way: A True Story (1984)
[ Eva Marie Saint ][ Susan Dey ][ Glynnis O'Connor ]
Ghost Story (1981)
[ Alice Krige ]
All Quiet on the Western Front (1979)
The Passage (1979)
[ Kay Lenz ]
The Bastard (1978)
[ Kim Cattrall ][ Olivia Hussey ][ Eleonor Parker ]
A Love Affair: The Eleanor and Lou Gehrig Story (1978)
[ Blythe Danner ][ Lainie Kazan ][ Gail Strickland ]
Tail Gunner Joe (1977)
[ Anne Murray ][ Heather Menzies ]
Nido de viudas (1977)
[ Susan Oliver ]
The American Woman: Portraits of Courage (1976)
[ Kate Mulgrew ][ Joan Hackett ]
Remember Me: Part 1 (1975)
Eric (1975)
Hay que matar a B. (1975)
[ Stephane Audran ]
Things in Their Season (1974)
[ Meg Foster ]
Blood of the Dragon: Part 2 (1974)
[ Season Hubley ]
Happy Mother's Day, Love George (1973)
[ Cloris Leachman ][ Gale Garnett ]
Baxter! (1973)
[ Britt Eckland ]
The Homecoming: A Christmas Story (1971)
[ Judy Norton-Taylor ]
The Night Digger (1971)
[ Brigitte Forsyth ][ Zoe Alexander ]
The Subject Was Roses (1968)
In Harm's Way (1965)
[ Paula Prentis ][ Barbara Bouchet ]
Psyche '59 (1964)
[ Samantha Eggar ]
Hud (1963)
[ Yvette Vickers ]
Special for Women: Mother and Daughter (1961)
Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)
[ Audrey Hepburn ]
Strindberg on Love (1960)
The Playroom (1957)
A Face in the Crowd (1957)
[ Angy Samiou ][ Lee Remick ][ Diana Sands ]
A Handful of Diamonds (1954)
Stranger from Venus (1954)
Tua donna, La (1954)
Something for the Birds (1952)
Washington Story (1952)
Diplomatic Courier (1952)
Week-End with Father (1951)
The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951)
Raton Pass (1951)
Operation Pacific (1951)
Bright Leaf (1950)
[ Lauren Bacall ]
Three Secrets (1950)
[ Eleonor Parker ]
The Breaking Point (1950)
[ Sherry Jackson ]
The Hasty Heart (1949)
The Fountainhead (1949)
John Loves Mary (1949)
  • Grandmother of model/actress Sophie Dahl.
  • Her struggle back from a debilitating stroke in the early 1960s was chronicled in the film, "The Patricia Neal Story", starring Glenda Jackson.
  • Received the Women's International Center (WIC) Living Legacy Award in 1986.
  • She was offered the role of Mrs. Robinson in The Graduate (1967) but she was nervous about doing such a demanding role so soon after her stroke.
  • Roald was credited with helping her rehabilitate after her strokes. He designed her recovery routines.
  • Grew up in Knoxville, Tennessee.
  • Her own stroke recovery experiences led to her becoming a champion in the rehabilitation field. Her commitment to the rehabilitation center at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center (in her hometown of Knoxville, Tennessee) led the Center to dedicate it in 1978 as The Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center.
  • Enrolled in speech and drama at Northwestern University.
  • "Variety," the entertainment newspaper, mistakenly reported in their February 22, 1965 headline that Patricia Neal had died from her multiple strokes five days earlier. In truth, she remained in a coma for 21 days. Pregnant at the time, her daughter Lucy was born healthy.
  • After moving to New York, she earned her first job as a Broadway understudy after only two-and-a-half months of pounding the pavement in the production of "The Voice of the Turtle."
  • In 1978, the Ford Sanders Regional Medical Center dedicated the Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center in Knoxville, Tennessee.
  • Has a summer home in Martha's Vineyard.
  • Children: Tessa, Olivia, Theo, Ophelia and Lucy
  • Daughter, Olivia, died suddenly of complications from measles at the age of seven.
  • Member of Pi Beta Phi sorority
  • In 1947, the first time that Broadway's Tony Awards were presented, she won the Best Supporting or Featured Actress (Dramatic) Award for "Another Part of the Forest."
  • Is portrayed by Glenda Jackson in The Patricia Neal Story (1981) (TV)

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