Quote: "To have a long-term career, you have to buckle up and you have to be willing to head downstream on a roller coaster shooting to the ground as well as one that's shooting to the sky. You have to be able to ride it." Veteran actress Sally Field shares her advice on how to make it - and last - in the fickle world of Hollywood.
Quote: "It depends on who that someone was. If he wants to step forward and say, 'How about me?', I will judge the situation from there." Single actress Sally Field, 69, is open to dating men decades her junior.
Fact: Oscar winner Sally Field, 69, and her Hello, My Name Is Doris co-star Max Greenfield, 35, locked lips for a faux make-out session during a game of charades on U.S. chat show The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Monday (07Mar16). Sally immediately straddled Max as they attempted to act out the phrase "making out" for the comedienne host to guess. The two play unlikely love interests in the new film.
Quote: "I feel stunned and so sad about Robin. I'm sad for the world of comedy. And so very sad for his family. And I'm sad for Robin. He always lit up when he was able to make people laugh, and he made them laugh his whole life long... tirelessly. He was one of a kind. There will not be another. Please God, let him now rest in peace." Sally Field remembers her Mrs. Doubtfire co-star Robin Williams.
Quote: "He's the best-looking monster I've ever seen. He looks so good." Sally Field on her The Amazing Spider-Man 2 co-star Jamie Foxx.
Fact: Lincoln star Sally Field is to be honoured with the 2,524th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The Oscar winner will unveil her plaque in front of the Hollywood Wax Museum on 5 May (14).
Quote: "My mother passed away in the middle of making the movie and it was this enormous transition for me." Oscar nominee Sally Field on the added drama of playing Mary Todd Lincoln in Lincoln.
Quote: "She's an extraordinary woman... I already voted for her." Veteran actor Martin Sheen hopes his old pal Sally Field lands the 2013 Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role as America's former First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln in Steven Spielberg's historical epic Lincoln. The nominees will be announced on Thursday (10Jan13).
Quote: "I know it was tragic, so many people lost so, so much but I was just glad to be here. It was phenomenal... Everybody was amazing." Actress Sally Field checked into a hotel after Hurricane Sandy left her New York City apartment without power.
Quote: "Marc Webb, who was the director, did a spectacular job and I could see him doing that job on the set, but you know what? I really don't think I want to see myself in 3D! You know, after you reach a certain age, it's hard to look at yourself in the mirror in the morning, so... I don't think so." Veteran actress Sally Field has no plans to see her new movie The Amazing Spider-Man, in which she plays character Peter Parker's beloved Aunt May.
Fact: Sally Field is in talks to play Spider-Man's aunt in Andrew Garfield's first movie outing as the superhero. Martin Sheen has reportedly been cast as the webslinger's uncle in the prequel, which will also feature Emma Stone and Rhys Ifans.
Quote: "I go into these houses that are fabulous houses, that are so perfect, and I go home and, you know, want to shoot myself." Actress Sally Field often feels envious when she visits other people's homes.
Quote: "It's kind of weird - I'm making out with The Flying Nun! But I think we have good chemistry." Teri Hatcher's ex-husband, actor Jon Tenney on his TV romance with veteran actress Sally Field on small-screen drama BROTHERS & SISTERS.
Quote: "He's the sweetest person. (We're) completely in love with him. We are all fighting over him!" Veteran actress Sally Field admits her new BROTHERS & SISTERS co-star Gilles Marini is a big hit with the cast and crew of the hit TV drama.
Quote: "I was married in the same month, actually, that a whole bunch of people were married; Sally Field was married that month, Madonna was married, half a dozen other big-time ladies were (married) and none of them (marriages) survived. I'm the only one. I'm a survivor." Bette Midler is thrilled her 24-year marriage has lasted longer than most celebrity unions. The entertainer wed her husband in Las Vegas after a six-week courtship.
Quote: "I love him to pieces.... He's one of the great people I've ever known and I'm better for ever having known him and worked with him. He's a tremendous person." Sally Field offers her ailing Absence of Malice co-star Paul Newman words of support as he reportedly battles cancer.
Quote: "It's very cool. I'm on my way to being a star." Award winner Sally Field is amused by the fact her impassioned acceptance speech tribute to the mothers of soldiers was censored at the Emmys - because she used the word 'Goddamn'.
Quote: "I think I look like dog poop. I'm not different from a lot of American women who want to put a piece of black velvet over the mirror when they turn 50. The good news is that I'm healthy and I'm here." Sally Field reveals her self-conscious side.
Quote: "I haven't seen him in 30-some odd years. It's like it's stuck in everybody's craw. I only dated him for like five years." Oscar winner Sally Field can't understand why people are still so interested in her romance with Burt Reynolds.
Fact: Oscar winner Sally Field has found a way of cooking for her family while she works on the set of hit new drama series BROTHERS + SISTERS - she prepares real meals when her character NORA WALKER is called into the kitchen for scenes and then takes the food she makes home with her in the evening.