Shelley Duvall is best known for starring in Robert Altman's "Nashville" and "3 Women," and in Stanley Kubrick's horror opus "The Shining." She won the Cannes best actress award for her role in "3 Women" and later won a Peabody for producing and hosting the children's anthology series "Faerie Tale Theatre." Duvall was a regular figure of Altman's, having appeared in seven of the director's films, beginning with 1970's "Brewster McCloud," whihch was her first film role, and most famously in 1975's "Nashville." She was 75.
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