Contents 1 Early life and career 2 Personal life 3 Death 4 Release 5 Filmography 6 Box office ranking 7 Awards and nominations 8 References 9 Bibliography 10 External links


Early life and career[edit] Simmons was born in Islington, London,[4] to Charles Simmons, a bronze medallist in gymnastics at the 1912 Summer Olympics and his wife, Winifred (née Loveland) Simmons. Jean was the youngest of four children, with siblings Lorna, Harold and Edna. She began acting at the age of 14.[5] During the Second World War, the Simmons family was evacuated to Winscombe, Somerset.[6] Her father, a physical education teacher,[7] taught briefly at Sidcot School, and some time during this period, Simmons followed her eldest sister onto the village stage and sang songs such as "Daddy Wouldn't Buy Me a Bow Wow". At this point her ambition was to be an acrobatic dancer. [8]On her return to London Jean enrolled at the Aida Foster School of Dance. Simmons was spotted by the director Val Guest, who cast her in the Margaret Lockwood vehicle Give Us the Moon.[9] Small roles in several other films followed, including the high-profile Caesar and Cleopatra, produced by Gabriel Pascal. Pascal saw potential in Simmons, and in 1945, he signed her to a seven-year contract. Prior to moving to Hollywood, she played the young Estella in David Lean's version of Great Expectations (1946) and Ophelia in Laurence Olivier's Hamlet (1948), for which she received her first Oscar nomination. She played an Indian girl in the Powell-Pressburger film Black Narcissus (1947).[10] The experience of working on Great Expectations caused her to pursue an acting career more seriously: I thought acting was just a lark, meeting all those exciting movie stars, and getting £5 a day which was lovely because we needed the money. But I figured I'd just go off and get married and have children like my mother. It was working with David Lean that convinced me to go on.[11] Simmons with Victor Mature in Androcles and the Lion (1952) Playing Ophelia to Olivier's Hamlet made her a star while still in her teens, although she was already well known for her work in other British films, including her first starring role in the film adaptation of Uncle Silas, and Black Narcissus (both 1947). Olivier offered her the chance to work and study at the Bristol Old Vic, advising her to play anything they threw at her to get experience; she was under contract to the Rank Organisation, who vetoed the idea.[12] In 1949, Simmons starred with Stewart Granger in Adam and Evelyne. In 1950, she was voted the fourth-most popular star in Britain.[13] In 1951, Rank sold her contract to Howard Hughes,[14] who then owned the RKO Pictures.[15] In 1950, she married Stewart Granger, with whom she appeared in several films, and the transition to an American career began. Hughes was eager to start a sexual relationship with Simmons, but Granger put a stop to his advances by angrily telling Hughes over the phone: "Mr Howard bloody Hughes, you'll be sorry if you don't leave my wife alone."[16] She made four films for Hughes, including Angel Face, directed by Otto Preminger. According to David Thomson, "if she had made only one film – Angel Face – she might now be spoken of with the awe given to Louise Brooks."[17] Smarting over his rebuff, Hughes instructed Preminger to treat Simmons as roughly as possible, leading the director to demand that co-star Robert Mitchum repeatedly slap the actress harder and harder, until Mitchum turned and punched Preminger, asking if that was how he wanted it.[18] To further punish Simmons and Granger, Hughes refused to lend her to director William Wyler who wanted her for his film Roman Holiday, thereby depriving her of the career-making role that made a star of Audrey Hepburn.[16] A court case freed her from the contract with Hughes in 1952.[17] In 1953, she starred alongside Spencer Tracy in The Actress, a film that was one of her personal favourites. Among the many films in which she appeared during this period were The Robe (1953), Young Bess (1953), Désirée (1954), The Egyptian (1954), Guys and Dolls (1955), The Big Country (1958), Elmer Gantry (1960), (directed by her second husband, Richard Brooks), Spartacus (1960), All the Way Home (1963), and The Happy Ending (1969), for which she received her second Oscar nomination. In the opinion of film critic Philip French, Home Before Dark (1958) was "perhaps her finest performance as a housewife driven into a breakdown in Mervyn LeRoy's psychodrama".[19] By the 1970s, Simmons turned her focus to stage and television acting. She toured the United States in Stephen Sondheim's A Little Night Music, then took the show to London, and thus originated the role of Desirée Armfeldt in the West End. Performing in the show for three years, she said she never tired of Sondheim's music; "No matter how tired or 'off' you felt, the music would just pick you up."[20] She portrayed Fiona "Fee" Cleary, the Cleary family matriarch, in the 1983 miniseries The Thorn Birds; she won an Emmy Award for her role. In 1985-86, she appeared in North and South, again playing the role of the family matriarch as Clarissa Main. In 1988, she starred in The Dawning with Anthony Hopkins and Hugh Grant, and in 1989, she appeared in a remake of Great Expectations, in which she played the role of Miss Havisham, Estella's adoptive mother.[10] She made a late career appearance in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "The Drumhead" (1991) as a retired Starfleet admiral and hardened legal investigator who conducts a witch hunt. In 1991, she appeared as matriarch Elizabeth Collins Stoddard and her ancestor Naomi Collins in the short-lived revival of the 1960s daytime series Dark Shadows, in roles originally played by Joan Bennett. From 1994 until 1998, Simmons narrated the A&E documentary television series, Mysteries of the Bible. In 2004, Simmons voiced the lead role of Sophie in the English dub of Howl's Moving Castle.[10]


Personal life[edit] Simmons was married and divorced twice. She married Stewart Granger in Tucson, Arizona, on 20 December 1950.[21] In 1956, Granger and she became U.S. citizens;[22] in the same year, their daughter, Tracy Granger, was born. The couple divorced in 1960.[23] On 1 November 1960, Simmons married director Richard Brooks;[24] their daughter, Kate Brooks, was born a year later in 1961. Simmons and Brooks divorced in 1980.[25] Although both men were significantly older than Simmons, she denied she was looking for a father figure. Her father had died when she was just 16, but she said: "They were really nothing like my father at all. My father was a gentle, softly spoken man. My husbands were much noisier and much more opinionated ... it's really nothing to do with age ... it's to do with what's there – the twinkle and sense of humour."[11] And in a 1984 interview, given in Copenhagen at the time she was shooting the film Yellow Pages, she elaborated slightly on her marriages, stating, It may be simplistic, but you could sum up my two marriages by saying that, when I wanted to be a wife, Jimmy (Stewart Granger) would say: "I just want you to be pretty." And when I wanted to cook, Richard would say: "Forget the cooking. You've been trained to act – so act!" Most people thought I was helpless – a clinger and a butterfly – during my first marriage. It was Richard Brooks who saw what was wrong and tried to make me stand on my own two feet. I'd whine: 'I'm afraid.' And he'd say: 'Never be afraid to fail. Every time you get up in the morning, you are ahead.' She had two daughters, Tracy Granger (who has worked as a film editor since 1990),[26] and Kate Brooks (a TV production assistant and producer),[27] one by each marriage – their names bearing witness to Simmons' friendship with Spencer Tracy[28] and Katharine Hepburn. Simmons moved to the East Coast of the US in the late 1970s, briefly owning a home in New Milford, Connecticut. Later, she returned to California, settling in Santa Monica, where she lived until her death.


Death[edit] She died from lung cancer at her home on 22 January 2010, nine days before her 81st birthday, surrounded by her family.[29][30][31]


Release[edit] Throughout her life, Simmons spoke out publicly about her struggle with addiction, and in 2003 became the patron of the British drugs and human rights charity Release. In 2005, she signed a petition to the British Prime Minister Tony Blair asking him not to upgrade cannabis from a class C drug to a class B.[32]


Filmography[edit] Year Film Role Notes 1944 Give Us the Moon Heidi[33] Mr. Emmanuel Sally Cooper[34] Billed as Jean Simmonds Sports Day Peggy[35] 1945 Kiss the Bride Goodbye Molly Dodd[36] Meet Sexton Blake Eva Watkins[37] The Way to the Stars A singer Caesar and Cleopatra Harpist Uncredited 1946 Great Expectations Estella as a girl 1947 Hungry Hill Jane Brodrick Black Narcissus Kanchi Uncle Silas Caroline Ruthyn[38] The Woman in the Hall Jay Blake 1948 Hamlet Ophelia Volpi Cup Nominated — Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress 1949 The Blue Lagoon Emmeline Foster Adam and Evelyne Evelyne Kirby 1950 So Long at the Fair Vicky Barton Bambi Award for Best Actress – International (2nd place) Trio Evie Bishop (in segment Sanatorium), Bambi Award for Best Actress – International (2nd place) Cage of Gold Judith Moray[39] The Clouded Yellow Sophie Malraux 1952 Androcles and the Lion Lavinia 1953 Angel Face Diane Tremayne Jessup Young Bess Princess Elizabeth National Board of Review Award for Best Actress (also for The Robe (film) and The Actress) Affair with a Stranger Carolyn Parker[40] The Robe Diana National Board of Review Award for Best Actress (also for Young Bess and The Actress) The Actress Ruth Gordon Jones National Board of Review Award for Best Actress (also for Young Bess and The Robe (film)) 1954 She Couldn't Say No (AKA Beautiful but Dangerous ) Corby Lane The Egyptian Meryt A Bullet Is Waiting Cally Canham[41] Désirée Désirée Clary Demetrius and the Gladiators Diana Appeared in a clip from The Robe 1955 Footsteps in the Fog Lily Watkins Guys and Dolls Sergeant Sarah Brown Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Nominated-BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Actress 1956 Hilda Crane Hilda Crane Burns 1957 This Could Be the Night Anne Leeds Nominated-Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Until They Sail Barbara Leslie Forbes 1958 The Big Country Julie Maragon Home Before Dark Charlotte Bronn[42] Laurel Award for Top Female Dramatic Performance (4th place) Nominated-Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama 1959 This Earth Is Mine Elizabeth Rambeau[43] 1960 Elmer Gantry Sharon Falconer Laurel Award for Top Female Dramatic Performance (3rd place) Nominated-BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Actress Nominated-Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama Spartacus Varinia The Grass Is Greener Hattie Durant Laurel Award for Top Female Comedy Performance (5th place) 1963 All the Way Home Mary Follett 1965 Life at the Top Susan Lampton[44] 1966 Mister Buddwing The Blonde 1967 Divorce American Style Nancy Downes Rough Night in Jericho Molly Lang 1968 Heidi Fräulein Rottenmeier TV 1969 The Happy Ending Mary Wilson Nominated-Academy Award for Best Actress Nominated-Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama 1971 Say Hello to Yesterday Woman 1975 Mr. Sycamore Estelle Benbow The Easter Promise Constance Payne [45] TV 1977 Hawaii Five-O Terri O'Brien TV 1978 The Dain Curse Aaronia Haldorn TV Dominique Dominique Ballard 1979 Beggarman, Thief Gretchen Jordache Burke[46] TV 1981 A Small Killing Margaret Lawrence[47] TV Jacqueline Susann's Valley of the Dolls Helen Lawson TV 1983 The Thorn Birds Fee Cleary TV, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie Nominated-Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film 1984 December Flower Etta Marsh[48] TV 1985 Midas Valley Molly Hammond[49] TV North and South Clarissa Gault Main TV Yellow Pages Maxine de la Hunt[50] 1986 North and South Book II Clarissa Gault Main TV 1987 Perry Mason: The Case of the Lost Love Laura Robertson [51] TV 1988 Inherit the Wind Lucy Brady TV The Dawning Aunt Mary 1989 Great Expectations Miss Havisham TV Murder, She Wrote Episode: "Mirror, Mirror on the Wall" Nominated-Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series 1991 Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode: "The Drumhead" Rear Admiral Norah Satie Dark Shadows Elizabeth Collins Stoddard/Naomi Collins They Do It with Mirrors Carrie-Louise Serrocold TV 1994 In the Heat of the Night Episode: "Chez and the Grand Lady" Miss Cordelia TV 1995 How to Make an American Quilt Em Reed Nominated-Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Daisies in December Katherine Palmer[52] 2001 Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within Council Member 2 Voice 2003 Winter Solstice Countess Lucinda Rhives[53] Released in Germany as Wintersonne 2004 Jean Simmons: Rose of England Herself Howl's Moving Castle Grandma Sophie Voice, Uncredited 2005 Thru the Moebius Strip Shepway[54] Voice 2009 Shadows in the Sun Hannah [55] (final film role)


Box office ranking[edit] For a number of years, British film exhibitors voted her among the top ten British stars at the box office via an annual poll in the Motion Picture Herald. 1949 – 4th[56] (9th most popular overall)[57] 1950 – 2nd (4th most popular overall)[58] 1951 – 3rd[59]


Awards and nominations[edit] Year Association Category Nominated work Result 1949 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress Hamlet Nominated 1953 National Board of Review Best Actress The Actress / The Robe / Young Bess Won 1956 Golden Globe Awards Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Guys and Dolls Won 1957 BAFTA Awards Best Foreign Actress Guys and Dolls Nominated 1958 Golden Globe Awards Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy This Could Be the Night Nominated 1959 Golden Globe Awards Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama Home Before Dark Nominated 1961 BAFTA Awards Best Foreign Actress Elmer Gantry Nominated 1961 Golden Globe Awards Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama Elmer Gantry Nominated 1970 Academy Awards Best Actress The Happy Ending Nominated 1970 Golden Globe Awards Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama The Happy Ending Nominated 1983 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie The Thorn Birds Won 1984 Golden Globe Awards Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television The Thorn Birds Nominated 1989 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series Murder, She Wrote Nominated 1996 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture How to Make an American Quilt Nominated


References[edit] ^ Jean Simmons obituary, Los Angeles Times, 23 January 2010 [1]. ^ Obituary The Independent, 26 January 2010 jean simmons actress who dazzled ^ Aljean Harmetz (23 January 2010). "Jean Simmons, Actress, Dies at 80". The New York Times. Retrieved 24 January 2010. Jean Simmons, the English actress who made the covers of Time and Life magazines by the time she was 20 and became a major mid-century star alongside strong leading men like Laurence Olivier, Richard Burton and Marlon Brando, often playing their demure helpmates, died on Friday at her home in Santa Monica, California. She was 80. The cause was lung cancer, according to Judy Page, her agent.  ^ Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Jean Simmons, (Brian McFarlane) [2] ^ "Jean Simmons' Age Is Exposed". The Salina Journal. 116 (96). 26 April 1967. p. 20. Retrieved 14 March 2015 – via Newspapers.com.  ^ "Are They Being Fair To Jean Simmons?", Picturegoer, 2 August 1947. ^ Per Gloria Hunniford in Sunday, Sunday television interview LWT, Autumn 1985 ^ TV Times, March22-28 1975, p.4 ^ So You Want to be in Pictures? by Val Guest, p. 58; ISBN 1-90311-115-3 ^ a b c Biography, reelclassics.com; accessed 24 April 2014. ^ a b Woman's Weekly, Christmas 1989 ^ French, Philip (24 January 2010). "Jean Simmons: an unforgettable English rose". The Observer.  ^ "Critics Praise Drama: Comedians Win Profits". The Sydney Morning Herald. National Library of Australia. 29 December 1950. p. 3. Retrieved 24 April 2012.  ^ Howard Hughes, The Untold story, Peter Brown, Pat Broeske, p.241 Sphere 2005 ^ The Guardian, interview with Peter Lennon, November 1999 [3] ^ a b Norman, Barry (25 January 2010). "Jean Simmons: The beauty who said no to Howard Hughes - and sabotaged her Hollywood career". Daily Mail. Associated Newspapers Ltd. 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Bibliography[edit] Daniel, Douglass K. (2011). Tough as Nails: The Life and Films of Richard Brooks. Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press. ISBN 0299251241. 


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