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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.
2.
 Forsaken, The (2001)
3.
 Bartleby (2001) Book Publisher
4.
 Ed Gein (2001)
5.
 Stranger in the Kingdom, A (1998) Ruth Kinneson
6.
 Wild Things (1998)
7.
8.
 Death Benefit (1996) Virginia Mcginnis
9.
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"
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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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