Sally Field is a famous actress who has won big awards like the Academy, Emmy, and Golden Globe Awards. You might remember her from movies like “Forrest Gump,” “Brothers and Sisters,” “Lincoln,” and “Steel Magnolias.”

She started her acting career in 1965, playing the main role in “Gidget.” Since then, she has been in lots of TV shows, movies, and Broadway performances.

Sally Field has also been honest about the tough times in her personal life. In her 2018 memoir called “In Pieces,” she talks about the difficult things she went through, like facing sexual abuse from her stepfather and dealing with depression, self-doubt, and loneliness.”

Sally Field was born on November 6, 1946, in Pasadena, California. Her mom, Margaret Field (born Morlan), was an actress, and her dad, Richard Dryden Field, worked as a salesman.

After her parents divorced, her mom married actor and stuntman Jock Mahoney. Sally has a brother named Richard Field and a half-sister named Princess O’Mahoney, and both of them are still alive.

Sally Field got married to Steven Craig in 1968, and they had two sons, Peter and Eli. But in 1975, they got divorced. Later, in 1984, she married Alan Greisman, and they had one son named Samuel. Unfortunately, they also got divorced in 1994.

Between 1976 and 1980, she was in a relationship with Burt Reynolds. She talks about this difficult relationship in her memoir.

She recounts his controlling behavior and how he convinced Field not to attend the Emmy ceremony where she won for “Sybil.”

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