Susan Anspach

Highest Rated: 100% The Big Fix (1978)
Birthday: Nov 23, 1942
Birthplace: Not Available
Offbeat leading lady Susan Anspach worked in off-Broadway productions before making her first film, The Landlord, in 1970. Nominal stardom came her way with prime roles in Five Easy Pieces (1971), Play It Again, Sam (1972), and especially Blume in Love (1973). The type of fey, semi-neurotic roles that made Anspach famous went out of vogue as the 1970s became the 1980s, and her career suffered accordingly. She continued to appear in smaller-scale films like Blue Monkey (1987) and Killer Instinct (1990), and was a regular on three TV series: The Yellow Rose (1983), Space (1985), and The Slap Maxwell Story (1987). In 1995, Susan Anspach found herself in the tabloids and columns when she sued her former lover Jack Nicholson over a long-standing monetary arrangement.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Dancing at the Harvest Moon Julia 2002
No Score Yet Cagney & Lacey: The Return Deborah Nelson 1994
No Score Yet The Rutanga Tapes Kate Simpson 1990
No Score Yet Into the Fire Rusalind Winfield 1988
No Score Yet Blood Red Widow 1988
No Score Yet Blue Monkey Dr. Rachel Glass 1987
No Score Yet Misunderstood Lilly 1984
No Score Yet Gone Are the Dayes Phyllis Daye 1984
No Score Yet The First Time Actor 1982
No Score Yet Deadly Encounter Chris Butler 1982
No Score Yet The Devil & Max Devlin Actor 1981
93% Montenegro Marilyn Jordan 1981
No Score Yet Gas Jane Beardsley 1981
18% The Devil and Max Devlin Penny Hart 1981
No Score Yet Portrait of an Escort Actor 1980
100% The Big Fix Lila Shay 1978
No Score Yet Mad Bull Actor 1977
93% Nashville Actor 1975
100% Blume in Love Nina Blume 1973
97% Play It Again, Sam Nancy Felix 1972
No Score Yet For the Use of the Hall Actor 1972
88% Five Easy Pieces Catherine Van Ost 1970
92% The Landlord Susan 1970
90% Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One Actor 1968
No Score Yet The Journey of the Fifth Horse Actor 1966

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet Empty Nest
1988-1995
  • 1994
  • 1989
No Score Yet Murder, She Wrote
1984-1996
Lois Fricksey
  • 1989
No Score Yet The Hitchhiker
1983-1991

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