Shelley Winters

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Shelley Winters
Birth name Shirley Schrift
Born August 18, 1920 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA
Died January 14, 2006 in Beverly Hills, California, USA from heart failure
Notable Roles
Notable Episodes
Awards star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Contents

Roles

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
Wagon Train Ruth Owens 1x04 - The Ruth Owens Story October 9, 1957
Ben Casey Lydia Mitchum 4x10 - A Disease of the Heart Called Love November 23, 1964
Batman (1966) Ma Parker 2x09 - The Greatest Mother of Them All (1) October 5, 1966
Batman (1966) Ma Parker 2x10 - Ma Parker (2) October 6, 1966
Here's Lucy Shelley Summers 1x04 - Lucy and Miss Shelly Winters October 14, 1968
Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In Cameo Appearance 2x17 - Show 31 January 27, 1969
Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In Cameo Appearance 2x22 - Show 36 March 3, 1969
Chico and the Man Shirley Shrift 1x17 - Ed Steps Out February 7, 1975
Hotel Adele Ellsworth 1x21 - Trials May 2, 1984
Roseanne Nana Mary 3x24 - Scenes from a Barbecue May 7, 1991
Roseanne Nana Mary 4x10 - Thanksgiving '91 November 26, 1991
Roseanne Nana Mary 5x12 - It's No Place Like Home for the Holidays December 15, 1992
Roseanne Nana Mary 6x10 - Thanksgiving '93 November 23, 1993
Roseanne Nana Mary 6x25 - Altar Egos May 24, 1994
Roseanne Nana Mary 7x10 - Thanksgiving '94 November 23, 1994
Roseanne Nana Mary 8x15 - Out of the Past February 6, 1996
Roseanne Nana Mary 9x10 - Home Is Where the Afghan Is November 26, 1996
Roseanne Nana Mary 9x11 - Mothers and Other Strangers December 3, 1996

Specials

Title Role Airdate Series/Banner
Frosty's Winter Wonderland Crystal the Snow Woman (voice) December 2, 1976

Awards and Accolades

Academy Awards

(2 Wins in 4 Nominations)

  • Won: Best Supporting Actress (1960)
The Diary of Anne Frank
  • Won: Best Supporting Actress (1966)
A Patch of Blue

Primetime Emmy Awards

(1 Win in 3 Nominations)

  • Won: Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role (1964)
Bob Hope Presents The Chrysler Theatre: Two Is the Number

Golden Globe Awards

(1 Win in 6 Nominations)

  • Won: Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture (1973)
The Poseidon Adventure