Sally Margaret Field is an award-winning actress that was recognized by the Academy, Emmy, Golden Globe, BAFTA, etc. She also does frequent directing.
Although having a rough childhood, Field was able to grow up as a loving individual in Pasadena, California. Here, she was able to enroll in Portola Middle School. After graduating, Field decided to enter for a high school program in Birmingham High School.
She began professional acting when she appeared for a role in Gidget, which premiered in 1965 and ending over a year of airing. After two years from her debut, Field was able to secure a position in The Flying Nun and also The Girl with Something Extra starting 1973 and ending in 1974.
The American actress Field can also be recognized by her long-time fans on her part in Sybil in 1976. She was also able to receive a lot of awards in this particular film, including a distinction in the Outstanding Lead Actress category.
Before she took acting seriously, Field was already able to appear on-screen, but only for minimal roles or extras. For instance, her on-screen debut happened in the film Moon Pilot in 1962. After years of not being included in a lot of movies, Field was able to gain a breakthrough in the 1970s, starring in many projects such as Stay Hungry, Smokey, and the Bandit, Heroes, The End, Hooper, and Norma Rae.
She was able to snowball her career and success as an actress in the 1980s when she appeared in film projects, including Places in the Heart, Smokey and the Bandit II, Absence of Malice, Kiss Me Goodbye, Murphy’s Romance, Steel Magnolias, Mrs. Doubtfire, and Forrest Gump.
When the year 2000 started, Field decided to focus more on TV roles and was allowed to become one of the casts of ER that is airing on NBC. She was able to receive the award for the Outstanding Guest Actress category that was given to her by the Primetime Emmy.
Earlier that era, Field was allowed to become part of a stage play, entitled The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia? She was able to secure more roles in films such as Lincoln, The Amazing Spider-Man, and its sequel.
Sally Field also debuted as a director in the year 1996 and continued in 2000 in the project, Beautiful. For her contribution to the acting industry, Field was awarded a spot in the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Despite being in her 70s, Field remains as an essential figure in the acting industry. Her throwback bikini photos are also something worth remembering, and if you’re one of those who are curious to see, then you are in the right place. We have collected only the best ass and boobs photos of Sally Field.