Joanne Woodward is one of the most iconic actresses of all time!
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The now 86-year-old beauty starred in a plethora of movies in the 50s, 60s, and 70s — and many with her real-life husband, Paul Newman, who sadly died in 2008.
Click through the gallery below to see her best film roles!
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The Long, Hot Summer
The star portrayed Clara Varner, the daughter of the richest guy in town who falls in love with a barn-burner named Ben, in the 1958 flick.
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<>From the Terrace
In the 1960 blockbuster, Joanne portrayed Mary St. John, the wealthy wife of a Pennsylvania factory owner who moves to New York to seek fortune.
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A New Kind of Love
Joanna played Samantha Blake, a cynical fashion copycat designer, who is mistaken for a prostitute by a journalist in the 1963 movie.
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In this 1968 film directed by Paul Newman, the actress portrayed a spinster schoolteacher named Rachel Cameron in a small Connecticut town.
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The Three Faces of Eve
Joanne portrayed three personalities in this film, Eve White, Eve Black and Jane. Her exceptional performance earned her the Academy Award for Best Actress in 1957.
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Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys!
In the 1958 film, Joanne portrayed Grace Bannerman, a woman who joins a committee to stop her fictional town of Putnam's Landing from becoming a new missile base.
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The Drowning Pool
In the 1975 thriller, Joanne plays Iris Devereaux, a woman who is worried her husband will find out that she's been cheating on him.
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In the 1969 film, Joanne portrayed Elora, a wife who ends up having an affair with her race car driver husband's biggest rival on the track.