However, for Requiem for a Dream, Burstyn went all-out, gaining 40 pounds for her role as a mother who has addiction issues. Her other movies included The Natural, Fool for Love, Batman, and 8 Mile.
Kim Basinger (1953-) is an Oscar ®winning American actress.

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Basinger has won an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award (out of two nominations), a Screen Actors Guild Award (out of two nominations), and a Southeastern Film Critics Association award, all for Best Supporting Actress in L.A. Now, she's best known for her role in the "Fifty Shades of Grey" franchise. In the Best Supporting Actress category, Kim Basinger (with her first nomination) won her first Oscar for her role as glamorous, sultry movie-star look-a-like (a la Veronica Lake) - a high-priced prostitute Lynn Bracken in the noirish L.A. Kim Basinger in 2017. In the wake of Lee’s historic Oscar nomination, a clip from the 1990 Oscars is going viral for featuring actress Kim Basinger calling out the Academy … Following a successful modeling career in New York during the 1970s, Basinger moved to Los Angeles where she began her acting career on television in 1976. Confidential. MovieChat Forums > L.A.

In an Oscars already packed with great movies like Titanic and other hits, L.A.

She won an Academy Award for her performance in L.A. Kim Basinger on IMDb: Awards, nominations, and wins. Movies. Following her Oscar win, Basinger earned headlines more for the drama surrounding her divorce (2002) from actor Alec Baldwin than for her film work. In the wake of Lee’s historic Oscar nomination, a clip from the 1990 Oscars is going viral for featuring actress Kim Basinger calling out the Academy … Cloud, Cellular and Elvis Has Left the Building.



Kim Basinger Kim Basinger won in 1997 Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her role in L.A. Ellen Burstyn had already won an Oscar for 1974’s Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore and revered for her great talents. Confidential. became clear Kim Basinger had the Oscar Curse two years ago, when her ex-husband Alec Baldwin was in the hot seat on The View to explain his voice-mail rant against their daughter. It was one of those rare cases where the actor who was the weakest link of the entire cast was the only one to get an Oscar (like Jessica Lange in Tootsie or Nicole Kidman in The Hours). Kim Basinger with her 1997 Oscar.

Confidential (1997). It was the last time she was nominated for any major award, with a string of misfires including Charlie St. Celebs. The gritty 1940s noir crime thriller boasted a first-rate cast and nominations for Best Picture among others. 23/9/200912 years ago, Kim basinger was awarded the oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of a mysterious prostitute in L.A Confidential. Basinger’s win was a combination of acknowledging her movie and her legacy as a not so great actress doing well who was always a great beauty. Films post-Oscar win include "Snow Dogs," which earned a 24% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and "What Love Is," which got a 15% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Confidential."

Basinger has been a star since appearance as … Confidential. 12 years ago, Kim basinger was awarded the oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of a mysterious prostitute in L.A Confidential. Confidential (1997) Discussion > Was Kim Basinger's Oscar win a sympathy ... posted 7 months ago by TMC-4 (7725) Perhaps the acting community was somewhat sympathetic towards her after going through the infamous Boxing Helena ordeal and she was on something of a comeback at the time:
As of 2017, she is still the only black actress to have won the award and is still remembered for her tearful acceptance speech.

She had managed to win a Golden Globe and an SAG award (tied with Gloria Stuart) and after some odd career choices Hollywood was happy to welcome her back with open arms. Kim Basinger, American actress whose blond good looks and comedic skills made her a top movie star in the 1980s. She had managed to win a Golden Globe and an SAG award (tied with Gloria Stuart) and after some odd career choices Hollywood was happy to welcome her back with open arms.