Frances McDormand Profile
|Full Name:||Frances McDormand - Contact Frances McDormand|
|Birth Name:||Frances Louise McDormand|
|Date of Birth:||June 23, 1957|
|Place of Birth:||Chicago, Illinois, USA|
|Sister(s):||Dorothy A. McDormand (older, ordained Disciples of Christ minister and chaplain)|
|Spouse:||Joel Coen (film director, since 1984)|
|Son(s):||Pedro McDormand Coen (adopted in 1994)|
|Education:|| Graduated from Bethany College, Bethany, West Virginia with a BA degree in theater in 1979|
Graduated from Yale University School of Drama, New Haven, Connecticut with an MFA degree in 1982
|Claim to Fame:||As Mrs. Pell in Mississippi Burning (1988)|
Frances McDormand News
Hollywood Reporter'La Barracuda': Film Review | SXSW 2017
... was the quiet revelation in season one of FX's Fargo, her grounded realness and humanity providing an anchor for all the destabilizing weirdness and startling violence in her character's orbit ? just as Frances McDormand had in the Coen brothers ...
Minnesota Public Radio NewsA first peek at 'Fargo' season three
Minnesota Public Radio News
Carrie Coon's role as the chief of police for Eden Valley, a small town outside St. Cloud, will no doubt call to mind Frances McDormand's turn as Brainerd police chief Marge Gunderson in the original "Fargo" film. It's too early to say how close the ...
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FortuneHow Viola Davis' Win Made Oscars History
Other members include Frances McDormand, Helen Mirren, Geoffrey Rush, and Al Pacino. There are other individuals who have snagged all three awards, but they've done so for non-acting achievements. Whoopi Goldberg, for instance, has won all three, ...
Following Oscar win, Viola Davis is first black winner of acting 'triple crown'
Christian Science Monitor
Viola Davis becomes first black actress to win an Oscar, Emmy, and Tony
Consequence of Sound (blog)
Viola Davis makes history by winning the 'triple crown of acting'
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Washington PostA pioneer of humanely raised meat is betting the farm on Blue Apron
The area, just 17 miles from San Francisco as the crow flies, is idyllic to more than cattle: Susie Tompkins Buell, the philanthropist and founder of clothing company Esprit, has a home here, as do director Joel Coen and his wife, Frances McDormand.
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- Recapping the 1997 Academy Awards
We here at Vanity Fair love the Oscars, both present and past. So while we gear up for this Sunday's big show?will La La Land win everything? Don't forget to fill out your interactive or printable ballot!?we're also looking back 20 years, to the ...
Waco Tribune-HeraldTune In Tonight - WacoTrib.com: Broadcasting Events
Bill Paxton, who died Saturday at 61, had just finished the first season of the CBS police drama ?Training Day.? A Fort Worth native, he died of complications ...
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DeadlineGlen Powell, Michiel Huisman, Others Join Mike Newell's 'The ...
EXCLUSIVE: Mike Newell just added a number of new actors to his film The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society which is underway in the UK.
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DeciderThe Oscar Grouch: No, We Don't Think It's Too Early for 2018 Oscar Predictions
And Martin McDonagh is directing Frances McDormand in something (probably bleak and dark and bitingly funny). And I know it probably won't be an Awards contender, but it has come to my attention that JC Chandor is doing an action-adventure film with ...
TIMEWhat the Director of Disney's Mulan Remake Finds 'Depressing' About the Job
She has directed three actresses to Oscar nominations: first, Whale Rider's Keisha Castle-Hughes ? at that time the youngest actress to be nominated for a supporting role ? then Charlize Theron and Frances McDormand in 2005's North Country. And now ...
Exclusive: 'Mulan' Director Niki Caro Says No Songs in the Upcoming Remake
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Niki Caro Says Her Live-Action Remake of Disney's 'Mulan' Will Be a 'Girly Martial Arts Extravaganza'
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New York TimesUsing Shakespeare to Ease the Trauma of War
New York Times
You can't hear his accent anymore ? that's how diligently he has labored to erase it ? but Mr. Wolfert grew up in La Crosse, Wis., on the Mississippi River, where the locals sound like cousins to Frances McDormand in ?Fargo.? A sensitive little boy ...