Sally Field

film and television actress and director

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American film and television actress and director; star of Hello, My Name Is Doris

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America first got to know Sally Field as the star of two 1960's sitcoms: Gidget and The Flying Nun.

Hello, My Name Is Doris

America first got to know Sally Field as the star of two 1960's sitcoms: Gidget and The Flying Nun.

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