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Polly Holliday
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Stick It (2006)
[ Marisa Coughlan ][ Vanessa Lengies ][ Julie Warner ][ Gia Carides ][ Missy Peregrym ]
It Must Be Love (2004)
[ Mary Steenburgen ][ Bonnie Bartlett ]
The Parent Trap (1998)
[ Lindsay Lohan ][ Natasha Richardson ][ Elaine Hendrix ][ Lisa Ann Walter ][ Maggie Wheeler ]
Bright Christmas (1997)
Jill's Passion (1997)
Taps (1997)
A Loss of Innocence (1996)
[ Jennie Garth ]
Mr. Wrong (1996)
[ Joan Cusack ][ Ellen Degeneres ][ Hope Davis ][ Faith Hill ][ Joan Plowright ]
'Twas the Night Before Chaos (1994)
Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)
[ Sally Field ][ Mara Wilson ][ Lisa Jakub ][ Betsy Monroe ]
Amazing Stories: Book Five (1992)
[ June Lockhart ]
A Triumph of the Heart: The Ricky Bell Story (1991)
[ Lynn Whitfield ]
Moon Over Parador (1988)
[ Dana Delaney ][ Sonja Braga ][ Charo ][ Marianne Sagebrecht ][ Regina Case ]
Konrad (1985)
Lots of Luck (1985)
[ Tracey Gold ][ Annette Funicello ]
Gremlins (1984)
[ Phoebe Cates ][ Belinda Balaski ]
The Gift of Love: A Christmas Story (1983)
[ Angela Lansbury ][ Lee Remick ]
Missing Children: A Mother's Story (1982)
[ Soleil Moon Frye ][ Kate Capshaw ][ Mary Regan ]
The Shady Hill Kidnapping (1982)
[ Marsha Grant ][ E Katherine Kerr ]
All the Way Home (1981)
[ Sally Field ]
Good Buddy Flo (1980)
Cabin Fever (1979)
You Can't Take It with You (1979)
[ Blythe Danner ][ Anne Murray ][ Marla Gibbs ][ Joyce Van-Patten ]
Block Those Kicks (1978)
Close Encounters of the Worst Kind (1978)
The One and Only (1978)
[ Kim Darby ][ Mary Woronov ]
Bernice Bobs Her Hair (1976)
[ Shelley Duvall ][ Veronica Cartwright ]
All the President's Men (1976)
[ Meredith Baxter ][ Jane Alexander ]
Luke Was There (1976)
W.W. and the Dixie Dancekings (1975)
[ Conny Van-Dyke ]
Distance (1975)
[ Bibi Besch ][ Lynda Bellingham ]
The Silence (1975)
Pittsville - Ein Safe voll Blut (1974) 100 Hot DVDs

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Steven Spielberg
Robin Williams
Pierce Brosnan
Dustin Hoffman
Robert Redford
Dennis Quaid
Corey Feldman
Jeff Bridges
Burt Reynolds
James Woods
Frank Sinatra
Matthew Lawrence
Brad Dourif
William Hurt
Richard Dreyfuss
Bill Pullman


The normally erudite, soft-spoken and well-mannered Alabama-born actress Polly Holliday had accumulated an extensive theater background by the time she hit it big on 70s TV as the brash, uninhibited, gum-smacking waitress Florence Jean Castleberry (better known as "Flo") on the popular sitcom "Alice" (1976). As a long and respected member of the Asolo Repertory Company in Florida, Polly had toiled long and hard to disguise her Southern slang while building up a sturdy classical reputation. When she won the role of Flo in 1976, however, she let all four burners out as the scene-stealing Southern hash-slinger who delightfully redefined "trailer park trash." The two-time Golden Globe winner and Emmy-nominated actress hit it so big with fans (she introduced the catch phrase, "Kiss mah grits!" to the American vernacular) that she earned her own spin-off, aptly titled "Flo" (1980). The show barely lasted one season despite another Emmy-nomination for her. Polly lost major clout after the show's cancellation and to avoid her now-evident typecasting, she stayed out of the limelight for an indefinite period of time appearing in regional theater. She won renewed respect and critical notice for her Amanda Wingfield in "The Glass Menagerie," her Tony-nominated turn as Big Mama in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," and for her part as the lonely small-town schoolteacher in "Picnic" in 1994. From time to time she has taken on flashy roles in both comic and dramatic films, such as the old crank who meets a freakish end in Gremlins (1984), and on TV, wherein she briefly replaced a seriously injured Eileen Brennan in the series "Private Benjamin" (1981) after Ms. Brennan's near-fatal car accident in 1982. Though Polly never recaptured the dazzling success of her "Alice" years, she has continued at a healthy pace -- mostly in guest spots these days as various wise and opinionated moms and grandmas.

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