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She is also an Emmy-nominated producer responsible for Faerie Tale Theatre and other child-friendly programming.Duvall's most recent performance was in Manna from Heaven (2002). I was swept away." Altman chose Duvall for roles as an unsatisfied mail-order bride in Mc Cabe & Mrs.
She also hosted an evening of Saturday Night Live and appeared in 5 sketches: "Programming Change," "Video Vixens," "Night of the Moonies," "Van Arguments" and "Goodnights." In 1977, Duvall starred as Mildred "Millie" Lammoreaux in Altman's 3 Women.Kubrick and Duvall argued frequently, although Duvall later said she learned more from working with Kubrick on The Shining than she did on all her earlier films.In order to give The Shining the psychological horror it needed, director Stanley Kubrick antagonized his actors.Duvall began her career appearing in various Robert Altman films in the 1970s, including Brewster Mc Cloud (1970), Mc Cabe & Mrs.Miller (1971), Thieves Like Us (1974), Nashville (1975), and 3 Women (1977), which won her the Cannes Film Festival Award for Best Actress and a BAFTA nomination for Best Actress.Shelley Duvall is like a precious piece of china with a tinkling personality.
She looks and sounds like almost nobody else, and if it is true that she was born to play the character Olive Oyl (and does so in Altman's new musical Popeye), it is also true that she has possibly played more really different kinds of characters than almost any other young actress of the 1970s.
She created Nightmare Classics (1989), a third Showtime anthology series that featured adaptations of well-known horror stories by authors including Edgar Allan Poe.
Unlike the previous two series, Nightmare Classics was aimed at a teenage and adult audience.
Duvall was forced to perform the iconic and exhausting baseball bat scene 127 times.
Afterwards, Duvall presented Kubrick with clumps of hair that had fallen out due to the extreme stress of filming.
She had a supporting role in Annie Hall (1977) before starring in lead roles in Popeye (1980) and The Shining (1980).