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  1. McDormand fez vários papéis no teatro e na televisão nas décadas de 1980, 1990 e 2000. Obteve renome e respeito da crítica. Foi indicada três vezes ao Oscar — Mississippi Burning (1988), Quase Famosos (2000), Terra Fria (2005) — e vencedora em 1996 ( Fargo ).

    • Frances Louise McDormand (nome pós-registro adotivo)
    • norte-americana
    • Cynthia Ann Smith
  2. Frances Louise McDormand (born Cynthia Ann Smith; June 23, 1957) is an American actress and producer. In a career spanning over four decades, she has gained acclaim for her roles in small-budget independent films.

  3. IMDb profile of Frances McDormand, an American actress and producer who has won four Oscars and collaborated with the Coen brothers. See her photos, videos, credits, trivia, and personal details.

    • Actress, Producer, Soundtrack
    • June 23, 1957
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    • Who Is Frances Mcdormand?
    • Early Life
    • Working with The Coen Brothers
    • 'Mississippi Burning' and 'Streetcar'
    • Academy Award Win For 'Fargo'
    • Continued Success and More Oscar Nods
    • Emmy Win For 'Olive Kitteridge'
    • Second Oscar: 'Three Billboards'
    • 'Nomadland'

    Born in 1957 in Chicago, Illinois, Frances McDormand studied at Yale Drama School and shared a dorm room with Holly Hunter. She met Joel and Ethan Coen through Hunter and won a lead in their first film, Blood Simple. McDormand received her first Academy Award nomination for her role in 1988's Mississippi Burning and broke through with an Oscar for ...

    McDormand was born on June 23, 1957, in Chicago, Illinois. The youngest adopted daughter of Canadian parents, McDormand moved a good deal during her childhood, mostly throughout the Midwestern United States, to accommodate her father's profession as a Disciples of Christ preacher. The family eventually settled in Pennsylvania, where McDormand becam...

    After Yale, McDormand moved to New York, where she roomed with her Yale Drama classmate Holly Hunter and performed with the O'Neill Playwright's Conference. Her first professional acting job came in 1982, when she traveled to Trinidad to perform in a play written by the Jamaican poet Derek Walcott. Through Hunter, she met Joel and Ethan Coen, two b...

    McDormand was still virtually unknown when she garnered an Academy Award nomination for best supporting actress for her emotional portrayal of a Southern woman abused by her bigoted husband in the civil rights drama Mississippi Burning (1988), starring Gene Hackman and Willem Dafoe. That same year, she triumphed on stage as well as on screen, earni...

    McDormand won virtually every available critical prize, including an Oscar for best actress, for her dead-on, hilarious turn as Marge Gunderson, a pregnant Minnesota policewoman who cracks a decidedly twisted set of crimes in Fargo(1996), written by Joel and Ethan Coen and directed by Joel Coen. Using a regional Minnesotan accent — complete with co...

    Also in 1996, McDormand turned in similarly deft characterizations in John Sayles' low-budget Western Lone Star, and the thriller Primal Fear as a psychiatrist studying a young murder suspect played by Edward Norton. (The film also featured Richard Gereand Laura Linney.) In the months following her triumph at the Oscars, McDormand costarred with Gl...

    In 2014, McDormand starred as the titular character in the miniseries Olive Kitteridge. Directed by Lisa Cholodenko and executive produced by McDormand, the series was adapted from the 2008 Elizabeth Strout novel of the same name which won the Pulitzer Prize. The story chronicles the lives of a high school teacher, her spouse and the denizens of th...

    In 2017, McDormand again displayed her capacity for carrying offbeat fare with her turn as a mother seeking justice for her murdered daughter in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. The film was a big winner at the Golden Globes in January 2018, with McDormand taking home the prize for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Dram...

    In 2020, McDormand teamed up with director Chloé Zhao for Nomandland. McDormand's role as a woman traveling around the American West, earned her several award nominations including the Oscar for Best Actress in a Leading Role, which she later won.

  4. Confira todos os filmes e séries de Frances McDormand. De seus primeiros passos até o final de seus 36 anos de carreira.

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  5. Learn about the life and career of the Oscar-winning actress, who has starred in films by the Coen brothers and other acclaimed directors. Find out her birth name, height, family, trivia, quotes, and more on IMDb.

  6. Frances McDormand is an American actress and producer who made her film debut in the Coen brothers ' neo-noir Blood Simple (1984) and also made her Broadway debut in the revival Awake and Sing! in the same year. [1] [2] In 1985, she starred in the crime drama series Hunter and played a police officer on the procedural drama Hill Street Blues. [3] .

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