Great Performance: Sally Field

Sally Field
Performance: Mary Todd Lincoln in Lincoln (Oscar nomination, Best Supporting Actress)

“Had there not been a Mary Todd, there wouldn’t have been an Abraham Lincoln,” Field says of the mercurial First Lady. “She was complicated and brilliant, and she had a keen sense of where she would be placed in history — she would not be looked at fondly.”

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