Sally Field

We like her, we really like her. Sally Field, a two-time Best Actress Oscar winner for 1979’s Norma Rae (above) and 1984’s Places in the Heart, is also a 1960s star, thanks to her appearances on Gidget, starting in 1965, and the The Flying Nun.

In roles from Sybil to Smokey and the Bandit to Mrs. Doubtfire to Forrest Gump to Lincoln, she demonstrated exceptional range, and mastery of award-ceremony speeches — her “You like me, right now, you like me” speech for Places in the Heart still holds a place in the heart of anyone who’s seen it.

This year she stood out in 80 for Brady, proving she’s still got comic chops — and a love of hot wings that took everyone by surprise. We also loved her in HBO’s Winning Time as Jessie Buss.

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