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Occupation  Actress
TV shows  The Yellow Rose
Role  Film actress
Name  Susan Anspach
Years active  1961-present

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Born  November 23, 1942 (age 73) (1942-11-23) New York City, New York, U.S.
Children  Caleb James Goddard, Catherine M. Curry
Spouse  Sherwood Ball (m. 1982–1986), Mark Goddard (m. 1974–1977)
Parents  Renald Anspach, Trudy Anspach
Movies  Five Easy Pieces, Montenegro, Play It Again - Sam, Blume in Love, The Devil and Max Devlin
Similar People  Mark Goddard, Bob Rafelson, Rebecca Broussard, Steven Hilliard Stern, Carole Eastman

Susan anspach

Susan Anspach (born November 23, 1942) is an American stage and film actress. She is best known for her roles in films during the 1970s such as Five Easy Pieces (1970), Play It Again, Sam (1972), and Blume in Love (1973).


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Private life

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Anspach was raised in Queens, New York, the daughter of Trudy, a one-time singer, and Renald Anspach. She graduated from William Cullen Bryant High School in Long Island City in 1960. Paul Simon was a neighbor. She enrolled in the music department at the Catholic University of America. For her sophomore year she transferred to the drama department, where she appeared in the annual musical, All Systems Are Go.

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Married to actor Mark Goddard, Anspach has a son, Caleb Goddard (born 1970). In the October 6, 2014 obituary for fellow Hair cast member Steve Curry, the New York Times reported that Mr. Curry fathered a daughter, Catherine Goddard, with Anspach.


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Anspach starred in several Broadway and off-Broadway shows, including as the female lead in the musical Hair and an Actors Studio play with Al Pacino. She first came to prominence opposite Jack Nicholson in the 1970 film Five Easy Pieces. Vincent Canby of The New York Times called her "one of America's most charming and talented actresses". Anspach was originally cast in the role of country singer Barbara Jean in the 1975 film Nashville, but her salary requirements exceeded the ensemble film's budget; she was replaced by Ronee Blakley.

She has starred off-Broadway in A View from the Bridge with Robert Duvall, Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman. In her film career, Susan Anspach starred in 19 features and eight TV movies and also was featured in two series, The Yellow Rose and The Slap Maxwell Story (opposite Dabney Coleman). She starred in the episode "All My Tomorrows" (opposite Robert Foxworth) of the NBC romantic anthology series Love Story in 1973.

Selected filmography

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  • The Landlord (1970) (with Beau Bridges, Diana Sands, Pearl Bailey, Louis Gossett, Jr. and Lee Grant)
  • Five Easy Pieces (1970) (opposite Jack Nicholson)
  • Play It Again, Sam 1972 (opposite Woody Allen)
  • Blume in Love (1973) (opposite George Segal and Kris Kristofferson)
  • McMillan and Wife (1976) episode "Point of Law"
  • The Big Fix (1978) (co-starring with Richard Dreyfuss)
  • The Last Giraffe (1979) (TV-film, opposite Simon Ward)
  • Running (1979) (co-starring with Michael Douglas)
  • The Devil and Max Devlin (1981) (opposite Bill Cosby and Elliott Gould)
  • Gas (1981), a Canadian comedy film
  • Montenegro (1981), a Swedish film
  • Deadly Encounter (1982) (TV-film, opposite Larry Hagman)
  • Misunderstood (1984), (with Gene Hackman, Henry Thomas, Rip Torn)
  • Blue Monkey (1987) (opposite Steve Railsback and Gwynyth Walsh)
  • Into The Fire (1988 film), (with Lee Montgomery, Olivia d'Abo)
  • Killer Instinct (1989) (opposite David Dukes)
  • Murder She Wrote (1989) episode "Dead Letter"
  • Back to Back (1989) (opposite Bill Paxton)
  • Dancing at the Harvest Moon (2002), (with Jacqueline Bisset, Valerie Harper)
  • Wild About Harry (2009), (with Tate Donovan)

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