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Susan Sarandon

  • Birthplace: New York City, New York
  • Birthday: October 04

Susan Sarandon plays Hemlock Society activist “Janet Good” in HBO’s You Don’t Know Jack.

Five time Emmy nominee Susan Sarandon is known for her prolific roles in films such as Thelma & Louise, The Client, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, The Lovely Bones, and Dead Man Walking, for which she won an Academy Award.

In 2010, Sarandon portrayed Hemlock Society activist “Janet Good” in HBO’s Emmy-nominated made for TV movie, You Don’t Know Jack.

Sarandon has appeared in a number of popular films alongside the likes of Walter Matthau, Jack Lemmon, Robert Redford, Brooke Shields, and Jack Nicholson. Her additional film credits include Pretty Baby, The Witches of Eastwick, Little Women, Enchanted, Arbitrage, Stepmom, and Igby Goes Down.

She has made guest appearances on shows such as 30 Rock, and Saturday Night Live.  Sarandon is currently creating yet another memorable recurring role on television as J. C. Small on the CBS series Mike and Molly.

In 2015, she appeared in The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe.

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6 Nominations No Emmys

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie - 2017

Outstanding Limited Series - 2017

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie - 2010

  • Nominee
  • Susan Sarandon, as Janet Good
  • You Don't Know Jack
  • HBO
  • Bee Holder, Cine Mosaic and Levinson/Fontana Productions in association with HBO Films

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Miniseries Or A Movie - 2008

  • Nominee
  • Susan Sarandon, as Doris Duke
  • Bernard And Doris
  • HBO
  • Trigger Street Independent Productions in association with Little Bird and Chicago Films and HBO Films

Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series - 2001

  • Nominee
  • Susan Sarandon, as Cecilia Monroe
  • Friends
  • NBC







June 13, 2017
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