Susan Saint James
||14 August 1946
||Los Angeles, California, USA
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Biography of Susan Saint James:
Susan St. James (born Susan Saint James, b. August 14, 1946) - American actress and activist, winner of the "Emmy", best known for her work on television in 1960, 1970 and 1980.
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St. James reached the first widely known for her role in TV series "The name of the game," where she starred from 1968 to 1971. For this role, she won "Emmy" in the category of "Best Supporting Actress in a Drama TV series" in 1969.
From 1971 to 1976, she played Sally McMillan in the TV series "McMillan and Wife", which earned her four nominations for "Emmy" for "Best Actress in a Drama TV series" as well as three nominations for the "Golden Globe". Later, she starred in several Hollywood films such as "Blues in the Law" (1977), "Love at First Bite" (1979), which earned her a nomination for the prize "Saturn" in the category of best actress, "How to win high cost of living" (1980), "Replica" (1981) and "Do not cry, it's just thunder" (1982).
From 1984 to 1989 she played a major role in the comedy series "Kate and Allie" with Jane Curtin. She has received three nominations for "Emmy" in the category "Best Actress in a Comedy Series."
After completion of the series "Kate and Allie", St. James announced for her retirement from the profession of an actress for the sake of motherhood. After it, she appeared on the screens only for three times: in 1996 in an episode of sitcom "The Drew Carey Show", in 2006 in the drama "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" and in 2011 in two episodes of "Force Majeure".
June 11, 2008, St. James was awarded with her own star on the "Hollywood Walk of Fame".
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