People said: “You Are Not Pretty Enough”, but she won two Oscars and raised two famous sons!

Born on November 6, 1946, Sally Field triumphed over discouraging remarks that she wasn’t “pretty enough” for the film industry.

Making her Hollywood debut with TV shows like “Gidget” in 1965 and “The Flying Nun” in 1967, she showcased her talents and defied the criticism.

Drama became Sally’s refuge from a challenging upbringing, marked by her parents’ divorce and her stepfather’s strict discipline.

Post-high school, she ventured into acting with “Gidget,” a stepping stone that eventually led to her iconic portrayal as Sister Bertrille.

Her prowess in cinema became evident as she clinched two Oscars for her roles in “Norma Rae” and “Places in the Heart”.

A versatile performer, she also found success on television, securing Emmy wins for her contributions to shows like “Sybil”, “ER”, and “Brothers & Sisters”.

Sally, a proud mother, has left a lasting legacy for her three boys – Peter, Eli, and Sam, each of whom has made a mark in the entertainment industry.

At 77 years old, Sally Field stands as a living testament to the transformative power of talent and perseverance in achieving remarkable success in Hollywood.