Marisa Tomei

Marisa Tomei (born December 4, 1964) is an American actress. She started her acting career in the soap opera As the World Turns, which she followed up with a role on the sitcom A Different World. Her breakthrough performance came in My Cousin Vinny (1992) for which she won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. She received a second Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress for In the Bedroom (2001). Part of her persona is a thick New York accent.

Oscar "mistake"

There is an urban legend that Tomei's Oscar for My Cousin Vinny should have gone to someone else. The rumour goes that

during the 'Oscar' ceremony, Jack Palance announced Tomei as winner, while actually there was another name on his note. The mistake was considered too embarrassing to correct.

This rumour has been debunked by Snopes.

Filmography

  • Loverboy (2004)
  • Alfie (2004)
  • Anger Management (2003)
  • The Guru (2002)
  • Just a Kiss (2002)
  • King of the Jungle (2001)
  • Someone Like You (2001)
  • In the Bedroom (2001)
  • Dirk and Betty (2000)
  • What Women Want (2000)
  • The Watcher (2000)
  • Happy Accidents (2000)
  • My Own Country (1998) (TV)
  • Slums of Beverly Hills (1998)
  • Reflections of Eden (1997)
  • Welcome to Sarajevo (1997)
  • A Brother's Kiss (1997)
  • Unhook the Stars (1996)
  • Four Rooms (1995)
  • The Perez Family (1995)
  • Only You (1994)
  • The Paper (1994)
  • Untamed Heart (1993)
  • Chaplin (1992)
  • Equinox (1992)
  • My Cousin Vinny (1992)
  • Zandalee (1991)
  • Oscar (1991)
  • A Different World (1987) TV Series
  • Playing for Keeps (1986)
  • The Toxic Avenger (1985) (uncredited)
  • The Flamingo Kid (1984)
  • As the World Turns (1983-'85) TV Series
  • guest appearance in 'The Seinfeld Show'

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This rumour has been debunked by Snopes. Partial filmography:. The mistake was considered too embarrassing to correct.. Tuesday Weld continues to makes occasional appearances in film or television. during the 'Oscar' ceremony, Jack Palance announced Tomei as winner, while actually there was another name on his note. After thirteen years, that marriage also ended in divorce. The rumour goes that. In 1980 she was divorced from Dudley Moore and in 1985 married the renowned Israeli concert violinist, Pinchas Zukerman.

There is an urban legend that Tomei's Oscar for My Cousin Vinny should have gone to someone else. She also won acclaim for her supporting role in Sergio Leone's 1984 film Once Upon a Time in America. Part of her persona is a thick New York accent. The following year she played a comic role in Author! Author! with Al Pacino. She received a second Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress for In the Bedroom (2001). Weld co-starred with James Caan in Michael Mann's acclaimed film noir classic Thief. Her breakthrough performance came in My Cousin Vinny (1992) for which she won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. In 1981, Ms.

She started her acting career in the soap opera As the World Turns, which she followed up with a role on the sitcom A Different World. Goodbar that earned her an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress. Marisa Tomei (born December 4, 1964) is an American actress. After divorcing her first husband with whom she had had a daughter, in 1975 she married British actor Dudley Moore, giving birth to their son the following year. In 1977, she gave a strong performance in Looking for Mr. guest appearance in 'The Seinfeld Show'. In her thirties, she began acting in a number of made-for-television films but for her big screen role in Play It As It Lays, she was nominated for a 1973 Golden Globe. As the World Turns (1983-'85) TV Series. Weld married screenwriter Claude Harz in 1965, the same year she appeared in the successful 1965 Norman Jewison film, The Cincinatti Kid. Although a box-office success, Weld nevertheless had to share the spotlight with actress Ann-Margret.

The Flamingo Kid (1984). Actor Roddy McDowall, who co-starred with her in a 1966 film, said: "no actress was ever so good in so many bad films.". The Toxic Avenger (1985) (uncredited). Although Weld had the final say in such matters, many question the quality of advice her agent was providing. Playing for Keeps (1986). In part, her lack of great success was as a result of her turning down roles in films that were great successes and that made mega-stars out of others such as Lolita, the lead in Bonnie and Clyde, True Grit and in Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice. A Different World (1987) TV Series. However, Weld never achieved the level of stardom many thought her looks and talent could bring.

Oscar (1991). Although frequently typecast as the "blonde in the tight sweater," both the critics and working members of the film industry acknowledged her talent. Zandalee (1991). Tuesday Weld appeared with Jackie Gleason and Steve McQueen in the 1963 comedy/drama, Soldier in the Rain and although her performance was well received, the film was only a minor success. My Cousin Vinny (1992). However, in Hollywood, her reputation for a reckless lifestyle was fodder for the gossip columnists and Louella Parsons reportedly said, as politely as possible, that "Miss Weld is not a very good representative for the motion picture industry." The romance with Elvis did not last long after Colonel Tom Parker cautioned Presley against the relationship, fearful it would harm his image. Equinox (1992). In 1961, after starring opposite Elvis Presley in Wild in the Country, the two began an off-screen romance.

Chaplin (1992). Added to her problem in a business where looks are everything, she had to deal with a weight problem throughout most of her life. Untamed Heart (1993). Physically, she appeared well beyond her twelve years and at that age had already began dating older boys, losing her virginity in a hapless relationship that, combined with her other problems, led to a suicide attempt. The Paper (1994). Without parental guidance from a mother with whom she would have a lifelong strained relationship, by age ten she had begun smoking cigarettes and using alcohol. Only You (1994). The product of a dysfunctional family, she was a very troubled girl who, at age nine, suffered a nervous breakdown.

The Perez Family (1995). Unfortunately, despite her talent, beauty, and early success, Tuesday Weld is frequently described as the poster-girl for self-destruction. Four Rooms (1995). Although Weld was only a cast member for a few months, the show gave her considerable national publicity and she was named a co-winner of a "Most Promising Newcomer" award at the Golden Globe Awards. Unhook the Stars (1996). In 1959, still only sixteen years old, she was given a role in the CBS television show, The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis. A Brother's Kiss (1997). In the film, Connie Francis did the vocals for Weld's singing parts.

Welcome to Sarajevo (1997). She then got the lead in a film celebrating the advent of Rock and Roll called Rock, Rock, Rock that featured record promoter Alan Freed and singers Chuck Berry, Frankie Lymon, and Johnny Burnette, plus others. Reflections of Eden (1997). Using her resumé from modelling, her mother got her an agent and Tuesday Weld made her acting debut on television at age 12 and her motion picture debut at the age of 13 in a bit role in the Alfred Hitchcock crime drama, The Wrong Man. Slums of Beverly Hills (1998). Weld's mother took advantage of her beauty and found work for her as a child model that provided income to help sustain the family. My Own Country (1998) (TV). Born Susan Ker Weld in New York City, her father died when she was a child of three and her widowed mother and two siblings were left in difficult financial circumstances.

Happy Accidents (2000). Tuesday Weld, born August 27, 1943, is an American film actress. The Watcher (2000). The Wrong Man (1956). What Women Want (2000). Rock, Rock, Rock! (1956). Dirk and Betty (2000). The Five Pennies (1959).

In the Bedroom (2001). Return to Peyton Place (1961). Someone Like You (2001). Wild in the Country (1961). King of the Jungle (2001). Bachelor Flat (1962). Just a Kiss (2002). Soldier in the Rain (1963).

The Guru (2002). The Cincinnati Kid (1965). Anger Management (2003). Lord Love a Duck (1966). Alfie (2004). Pretty Poison (1968). Loverboy (2004). I Walk the Line (1970).

A Safe Place (1971). Play It As It Lays (1972). Goodbar (1977). Looking for Mr.

Madame X (1981) (TV). Thief (1981). Author! Author! (1982). The Rainmaker (1982) (TV).

Once Upon a Time in America (1984). Heartbreak Hotel (1988). Falling Down (1993). Feeling Minnesota (1996).

Investigating Sex (2001). Chelsea Walls (2002).

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