She moved to New York, working as a model for many years, until producer Dino De Laurentiis cast her as the female lead in King Kong 1976. Between those two eye-popping milestones are the scorching sex scenes with Jack Nicholson in The Postman Always Rings Twice 1981 , the disturbingly intense nut-ward lust of Frances 1985 , and an outdoor pee scene in Rob Roy 1995. The following year, she won rave reviews for her exceptional portrayal of actress Frances Farmer in Frances 1982 and a Best Supporting Actress Academy Award for her work in Sydney Pollack's Tootsie 1982 as a beautiful soap-opera actress. As a result of starring in three productions, such as 2003 , 2007 and 2009 , she extended her accolades with two Golden Globe nominations and an Emmy award. During her junior year, Jessica was convinced by one of her few close friends to try out for the school play.
She was also outstanding as country singer Patsy Cline in Karel Reisz's Sweet Dreams 1985 and as a lawyer who defends her father and discovers his past in Music Box 1989. She won the lead in the melodrama Love Rides the Rails. She would also receive additional nominations for some then newly established accolades, such as the and , being nominated once each. Throughout the , she starred in ten major motion pictures, five of which earned her nominations and four at the Golden Globes, respectively.
Archived from on July 14, 2014. The nominations for Lange's work in Music Box 1989 , such as her Oscar and Golden Globe nomination were therefore included into the 1980s. The subsequent decade, Lange played a line-up of additional leads of comparable quality, appearing in ten theatrical films and three television productions. She also continued to appear on stage on at least two separate occasions; in 2000 at the 's , recognized with a nomination, and in 2005 , back again at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre in. In the 1990s, the actress was nominated for one Oscar, which she won, four Golden Globes, winning two, and an ; her first nomination ever. However, the and the , were each presented shortly afterward; on January 17, 2010 and on January 23, 2010, respectively.
The official website of the association at www. Originally known as The Golden Satellite Awards, the name was changed in 2003. Lange interviewed by at the in 2012 The filmography of comprises both and roles. She obtained a scholarship to study art at the University of Minnesota, but instead went to Paris to study drama. Among others, she has also received four nominations for the , earning one trophy, as well four nominations for the s and one nomination.
Also 1985 Nominated—Academy Award for Best Actress 1986 Margaret Magrath 1988 Kate 1988 Babs Rogers Grey 1989 Ann Talbot Nominated—Academy Award for Best Actress 1990 Beth Macauley 1991 Leigh Bowden 1992 Helen Nasseros 1994 Carly Marshall Academy Award for Best Actress 1995 Margaret Lewin 1995 Mary MacGregor 1997 Ginny Cook Smith Modern retelling of the 's 's story 1998 Martha Baring Also known as Bloodline and Kilronan 1998 Cousin Bette 1999 Tamora First Shakespearean role 2001 Mrs Wurtzel 2003 Nina Veronica 2003 Sandra K. Why do we have the feeling that Jessica is not done yet? Lange's lungs first popped up as a twenty-something skingénue in King Kong 1976 ; her skimpy costume and quivering chest make it easy to see why that big ape is so riled up. Practically one-quarter of a century and two Academy Awards later, the Roman orgy flick Titus 2000 was nearly retitled Tit-us in honor of the plenitude of breastitude fifty-plus Jessica blessed us with. Jessica Lange is one of an exalted breed—an acclaimed dramatist who has spilled her boobs from the dawn of her career and continues to do so during every stage of her artistic maturation. As Lange reached her fifties, her screen career began to decline.
She was given a small but showy part in Bob Fosse's All That Jazz 1979 , before giving a memorable performance in Bob Rafelson's The Postman Always Rings Twice 1981 , as an adulterous waitress. Beside playing her first one-off for television, she reprised her role in for the 's stage in 1992, for which she received a and an nomination for Best Actress — Play, respectively. On screen in the 2010s, she played three supporting roles: in the 2012 , the 2013 , and a of the 1974 in 2014. Archived from on June 2, 2012. Archived from on June 2, 2012.
An import version of the soundtrack followed on June 2, 2009. The Lange's corresponding nomination for her role in Titus 1999 was credited within 1990s. Winning both awards for her role in 1982 , her other notable roles included the films 1982 , 1984 so far also her only work she also , 1985 , and 1989. In a career spanning forty years, she has appeared in overall thirty-three , seven , and two. Among others, her titles included 1990 , 1992 , 1994 , 1995 , 1997 , and 1999. Other important films include Martin Scorsese's Cape Fear 1991 as a frightened housewife and Tony Richardson's Blue Sky 1994 , for which she won a Best Actress Academy Award as the mentally unbalanced wife of a military officer.
Her most recent appearances include the 2016 and the 2016. Golden Satellite Award: Given: 1997-2005. In the , Lange has gained new recognition by starring in 's , 2011—2015, 2018. In 2018, Lange will reprise her of in , star in 's series , and star in 's film The Lonely Doll.
Released on October 9, 2014. Released on October 22, 2014. Lange's acting debut in the 1976 , for which she received her first , was followed by a role in the 1979 ; her second role in the. On screen, however, the actress mainly played secondary roles. .
Released on November 12, 2014 Note: All songs released by through. In addition to , her name has been credited in other works of , such as. Released on January 15, 2013. Aside from 2006 , her only lead part from the , she would mainly join supporting casts in six major films following the start of the millennium. In 2009, she contributed to a composed by for Grey Gardens as a.