Susan Sarandon

Susan Sarandon

American actress

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    Susan Sarandon - American actress
    Susan Sarandon - American actress
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    Susan Sarandon - American actress
    Susan Sarandon - American actress
    Susan Sarandon - American actress
    Susan Sarandon - American actress
    Susan Sarandon - American actress
  • Age
  • Gender Female
  • Height 170 cm
  • Zodiac
  • Movies/Shows
    The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)
    Thelma & Louise (1991)
    Bull Durham (1988)
    Dead Man Walking (1995)
    The Lovely Bones (2009)
    Enchanted (2007)
    Stepmom (1998)
    Ray Donovan (Since 2013)
    The Client (1994)
    The Witches of Eastwick (1987)
    A Bad Moms Christmas (2017)
    Little Women (1994)
    Shall We Dance? (2004)
    Snitch (2013)
    Lorenzo's Oil (1992)
    White Palace (1990)
    Pretty Baby (1978)
    The Big Wedding (2013)
    The Meddler (2015)
    Feud (Since 2017)
    Speed Racer (2008)
    Jeff, Who Lives at Home (2011)
    Wall Street: Money Never Sleep... (2010)
    Anywhere but Here (1999)
    That's My Boy (2012)
    Mr. Woodcock (2007)
    Bernard and Doris (2006)
    Elizabethtown (2005)
    The Banger Sisters (2002)
    James and the Giant Peach (1996)
    The Hunger (1983)
    In the Valley of Elah (2007)
    Arbitrage (2012)
    Alfie (2004)
    The Company You Keep (2012)
    Atlantic City (1980)
    You Don't Know Jack (2010)
    Moonlight Mile (2002)
    Igby Goes Down (2002)
    Robot and Frank (2012)
    Romance & Cigarettes (2005)
    The Great Waldo Pepper (1975)
    Malcolm in the Middle (2000 – 2006)
    Cradle Will Rock (1999)
    3 Generations (2015)
    Mothers and Daughters (2016)
    The Other Side of Midnight (1977)
    Solitary Man (2009)
    A Dry White Season (1989)
    Rugrats in Paris: The Movie (2000)
    Bob Roberts (1992)
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    Susan Abigail Sarandon is an American actress and activist. She has received an Academy Award, a British Academy Film Award, and a Screen Actors Guild Award, and has been nominated for six Primetime Emmy Awards and nine Golden Globe Awards. She is known for her social and political activism for a variety of causes.

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    Susan Sarandon - American actress
  • 2518918 Toronto Film Festival: Susan Sarandon voices support for assisted dying

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    Sarandon's film Blackbird premiered at the Toronto Film Festival on Friday

    Susan Sarandon has voiced her support for assisted dying after taking on The Role of a terminally ill woman.

    The Actress 's new movie Blackbird sees her play A Mother named Lily who gathers her family to tell them of her wish to die.

    "It's an individual choice," The Actress told reporters at the Toronto Film Festival.

    "Everybody has The Right to make a decision without your Family Members being charged with homicide.

    "You should be able to be surrounded by Those People . "

    Eight states have legalised medically assisted suicide in the US, when a new law comes into effect later this year.

    The issue is controversial but is now being more openly debated in light of the country's changing demographics.

    "There's so many Baby Boomers now, this is something that's being discussed more in the United States ," Sarandon said.

    Susan Sarandon stars as a terminally ill mother in Blackbird

    The term "Baby Boomers " refers to the generation born between the end of World War Two and the mid 1960s. They currently represent nearly 20% of the US population.

    The sudden spike in births across those two decades was down to a combination of factors - such as adults starting the families they had been putting off during The War , as well as the prosperous economy.

    That generation is now reaching retirement age and therefore many are experiencing the health problems that often come with being older.

    "I think taking on this process of letting go of your body is something that takes a lot of thought," Sarandon said. "It's not just ending your life but being able to end your life with dignity and without pain. And I think anybody that has had A Family member who has really suffered is very interested in and pro having that choice. "

    She added: "The fact of The Matter is, if you're wealthy, you'll always have access to things that are controversial, just like abortion. If you're wealthy, your doctor will make sure, whether it's upping your morphine or whatever, that you're not suffering. It's not something that's new. "

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    Blackbird is a remake of the Danish film Silent Heart , which was released in 2014, and also stars Kate Winslet and Mia Wasikowska as Lily's children.

    In the film, Lily suffers from ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), which is a progressive degeneration of the nerve cells that control muscle movements. Around 80% of those diagnosed with it

    But despite her sympathy for those who choose to end their lives in such a position, Sarandon said it's not a choice she would make if she was terminally ill herself.

    Rainn Wilson (left) and Sam Neill co-star in Blackbird with Sarandon

    "I couldn't have done it, personally, not in a million years," She Said . "Even knowing what's in store later for [my character], it would have been difficult to leave my children behind, at that point. I would definitely have put it off because it was still so tumultuous. "

    The Movie was shot in the UK, which Sarandon grew attached to by the end of filming. "We were in The Most extraordinary place in England, I'd never worked in the [English] countryside before, and that was wonderful," She Said .

    "It was gorgeous, my dog was so sad to leave. . we got to know the English countryside, the pub life, The Cathedral life. "

    Sarandon has been nominated for best actress at The Oscars five times - Winning once in 1996 for Dead Man Walking.

    But she isn't necessarily convinced she could win again with her latest film, given the changes in the film industry since then.

    "Of course, I would love it," She Said . "But you have to have so much behind you, so much money. You have to start six months of a campaign to get a nomination. Things have really changed.

    "There are so many people that deserve to be recognised that aren't. . so many performances in little films but they don't have the means to give all the screenings, to give all the brunches, You have to work your ass off now to be able to get a film to compete with The Films the Harvey Weinsteins of The World are pushing. "



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