“It’s a sin what happens to these supporting actors through the years where they can barely exist on the pay they get” – Susan Sarandon
Susan Sarandon on Acting: “If you always have to be watching yourself and judging, I don’t think you’re as free”
“I never really studied acting so I kind of kiddingly talk about ‘building your circle’ and ‘mooding up,’ because I really didn’t learn any technique.” – Susan Sarandon
Kevin Kline as Errol Flynn is almost no-brainer casting. He’s got the look and can be as suave as anyone on screen. It’s too bad that the script gives him almost nothing to do. The Last of Robin Hood focuses on the last 2 years of Flynn’s life, when the
It’s been far too long since Susan Sarandon has headlined a movie.
Judy Greer has played everyone’s best friend on-screen over the last decade, but the character actress has really found her own niche the last couple of years. She hit Los Angeles in 1997 after graduating from Depaul University. She talked about her first week in Hollywood, it’s a week most
If you head to the theatre to see the Melissa McCarthy film, Tammy, this week, it might be hard to suspend disbelief that Susan Sarandon is her grandmother. At 67 years old, the Oscar winner isn’t a grandmother in real life, even though her daughter Eva Amurri Martino is weeks
It’s nearly impossible after decades of a successful career to imagine Susan Sarandon as a fledging actress, but the 66-year-old was once the victim of those infamous casting couch sessions.
Why Has Susan Sarandon Had Such a Long Career? “There’s really no explanation as to why I’m still around,” she says
Susan Sarandon has had a prolific career that has included an Oscar win but, the actress she still insists she has no idea what she’s doing.
The extremely versatile actress Susan Sarandon brings her own brand of sex appeal and intelligence to every role – – from her fearless portrayal in “Bull Durham” to her Oscar®-nominated performances in “Thelma and Louise,” “Lorenzo’s Oil,” “The Client” and “Atlantic City,” to her Academy Award®-winning and SAG Award-winning role in “Dead Man Walking” as Sister Helen, a nun consoling a death-row inmate.