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Also Known As: Caroline Snodgress, Carrie Snodgrass Died: April 1, 2004
Born: October 27, 1946 Cause of Death: Heart failure
Birth Place: Barrington, Illinois, USA Profession: actor

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A capable lead, Snodgress worked in episodic television and on the Chicago stage before making her screen mark in the riveting comedy-drama, "Diary of a Mad Housewife" (1970) which earned her a 1970 Best Actress Oscar nomination.

A capable lead, Snodgress worked in episodic television and on the Chicago stage before making her screen mark in the riveting comedy-drama, "Diary of a Mad Housewife" (1970) which earned her a 1970 Best Actress Oscar nomination.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Iron Jawed Angels (2004) Mrs. Paul
2.
 Ed Gein (2001) Augusta Gein
3.
 Bartleby (2001) Book Publisher
4.
 Forsaken, The (2001) Ina Hamm
5.
 Stranger in the Kingdom, A (1998) Ruth Kinneson
6.
 Wild Things (1998) Ruby
7.
8.
 All She Ever Wanted (1996) Alma
9.
 Death Benefit (1996) Virginia Mcginnis
10.
 White Man's Burden (1995) Josine
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1998:
Appeared in "Wild Things"
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Grew up in Park Ridge, Illinois
2000:
Had cameo role as a book publisher in "Bartleby"
:
TV debut in episode of "Judd For the Defense"
1970:
Won critical acclaim and an Oscar nomination for "Diary of a Mad Housewife"
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Appeared on stage with Goodman Theatre in "All the Way Home", "Oh! What a Lovely War", and "Caesar and Cleopatra"
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Began acting in high school productions
1996:
Had change of pace role as a serial killer in the USA Network film "Death Benefit"
1990:
Played the mother of Allan Pinkerton in the TNT original "The Rose and the Jackal"
1978:
Returned to screen in "The Fury"
1970:
Screen debut, "Rabbit, Run"
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Took hiatus from acting to raise her son
1969:
TV-movie debut, "The Whole World is Watching"
1989:
Appeared in "The Chill Factor"
1985:
Co-starred opposite Clint Eastwood in "Pale Rider"
2001:
Played a feisty older woman in the horror flick "The Forsaken"
1994:
Played the mother of rodeo performer Lane Frost in the biopic "8 Seconds"
1977:
Resumed acting career in Detroit production of "Vanities"
1993:
Was featured in the acclaimed indie "The Ballad of Little Jo"
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Education

Northern Illinois University: De Kalb, Illinois -
The Goodman School of Drama: Chicago, Illinois - 1969

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companion:
Neil Young. Musician.
companion:
Jack Nitzsche. Composer, arranger, musician. Was arrested for assaulting Snodgress in the 1970s.

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son:
Zeke Young. Born 1973.

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