She made a breathtaking return in the 1957 hit A Face In the Crowd, followed by the classic masterpiece Breakfast at Tiffany's. Neal then delivered a series of widely-acclaimed, award-winning performances beginning with Hud (for which she received the Academy Award, British Academy Award and New York Film Critics' Award for Best Actress), In Harm's Way (recognized with another British Academy Award) and The Subject Was Roses (which gained Neal an Academy Award nomination). Her subsequent screen credits include Baxter, The Passage, Ghost Story and An Unremarkable Life.
Neal also appeared on Broadway in The Children 's Hour, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Roomful of Roses and The Miracle Worker.
On television, Neal has received Emmy Award nominations for The Homecoming, All Quiet On the Western Front and Tail-Gunner Joe.
Patricia Neal Facts
|Birth Name||Patsy Louise Neal|
|Birthday||January 20, 1926 (91)|
|Birthplace||Packard, Kentucky, USA|
|Awards||1972 Golden Globe Awards: Best Actress in a Television Series - Drama (for The Homecoming)|
|1964 Academy Awards: Best Actress (for Hud)|
|In Harm's Way|
|Breakfast at Tiffany's|
|The Day The Earth Stood Still|
|Cooper and Hemingway: The True Gen|
|The Homecoming: A Christmas Story|