Debra Winger: Why Hollywood Won't Cast Her Anymore (2022)

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ByBrian Boone/June 21, 2018 11:59 am EDT

Oh, Debra Winger. There probably wasn't a more reliable and familiar actress in the '80s. After making a splash as Sissy in the 1980 mega-hit Urban Cowboywith John Travolta, Winger romanced Richard Gere in 1982'sAn Officer and a Gentlemanand tore filmgoers' hearts out in the Best Picture-winning 1983 flickTerms of Endearment. For all three of those early successes, Winger received Golden Globe nominations, and Academy Award nominations for the latter two.

With a magnetic, witty, and often unpredictable screen presence, Winger dominated mid-range Hollywood hits of the '80s — appearing in the kinds of movies your parents saw on "date night," because your mom thought Winger seemed approachable, down-to-earth, and "real," and because your dad thought she was cute. (For the record, all of these things are true.) These movies includedLegal Eagles, Leap of Faith, and Shadowlands. The last big movie Winger starred in was the 1995 Billy Crystal romantic comedy Forget Paris. And then ... she more or less disappeared from the film industry. Where did you go, Debra Winger?

Your silly movies displease Debra Winger

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The main reason why Hollywood movies rarely ever feature Debra Winger anymore? Well, she proudly and voluntarily walked away from the movie machine in 1995. According to a New York profile of Winger, she stood on a road in Ireland and announced to her soon-to-be-husband, "That's it, I'm done." The truth is that she'd "wanted out" for quite some time. "I got sick of hearing myself say I wanted to quit," Winger said.

But why walk away from that Tinseltown life? "The parts that were coming," Winger toldPeople in 2017, "I wasn't interested in." Those roles were mostly rehashes of ones she's already portrayed, and, as far as she was concerned, why bother? "I'd already done that or I'd already felt that," she shared. "I needed to be challenged."

With that spirit in mind, she paused her film acting career for about six years and focused on where the challenges really lay. "My life challenged me more than the parts, so I dove into it fully," she said. Whether it's movie roles or life itself Winger says she's "interested in what scares [her]." So if you come across the rare TV series or movie with Debra Winger in it, tread carefully — if it scares her, it might scare you.

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The play's the thing

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Debra Winger not only figuratively left Hollywood, in the sense that she didn't want to make mainstream movies anymore, but she also literally left Hollywood, too. She walked away in 1995, married her Wilder Napalm co-star Arliss Howard in 1996, had her second child (a son named Babe) in 1997, and moved to New York City along the way, you know, for good measure. But try as Winger did to stop playing make-believe for a living, she still felt the call of acting, and, since she was in the northeast, she took to the stage.

In 1998, Winger starred in the American Repertory Theater production of Paula Vogel's Pulitzer Prize-winning How I Learned to Drive, and she followed it up with a role in Anton Chekhov's classic Ivanov. In 2012, Winger made her Broadway debut in The Anarchist, written and directed by David Mamet, opposite Great White Way legend Patti LuPone.

She's honest to a fault

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There's a big difference between being an actor and being a movie star. An actor interprets the words of a screenwriter or playwright, using their body as a vessel by which they bring a character to life. A movie star does those things, but they also have to go out and promote their movie, convincing talk show audiences that their new project is the greatest film ever made. Studios don't have much patience for stars who don't want to play this game, and Debra Winger is that kind of star — she can be bluntly honest about her movies.

"I'm glad that some people are enjoying it," Winger said of her 1986 movie Legal Eagles to The New York Times. "But I was horrified to see it edited with a chainsaw. As a writer friend of mine said, Legal Eagles is the kind of film that takes audiences and shakes them up until $6 falls out of their pockets. I felt like a slice of rye in a loaf of Wonder Bread." (Note: In 1986, movie tickets cost a lot less, and also, people ate carbs back then.)

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Hollywood couldn't deal with her realness

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Debra Winger evidently enjoyed a reputation as one of the most "difficult" actresses in 1980s Hollywood. A lot of filmmakers and actors just didn't want to work with someone who was going to challenge them.

Appearing on The View in 2018, Winger commented on the long-ago feud between herself and Shirley MacLaine during the filming of Terms of Endearment (viaGawker). "Time heals all wounds?" Winger quipped. "Let's just say that it's not applicable in this case." (Unfortunately, Winger didn't discuss — nor has she ever confirmed — theHollywood lore about how the fighting got so bad that she farted in MacLaine's face.) She has also compared John Malkovich, her co-star in the 1990 drama The Sheltering Sky, to "a catwalk model," and called her An Officer and a Gentleman partner Richard Gere "a brick wall," as noted by The Telegraph.

Winger also fought that innate Hollywood sexism head-on. She told The Telegraph that she "did not have a great time" on the set of that previously mentioned movie in which she co-starred with a brick wall, because she "was being really jerked." Winger said producer Don Simpson would watch daily footage and personally give the actress water pills because he thought she looked bloated on-screen. "They treated girls very badly," Winger said. "I was trying to stand up to it. And it was hard. I was really young."

She's the boss now

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While Winger got out of Hollywood, she didn't completely abandon acting in film and television shows, but she has often refocused her artistic efforts on the other side of the movie-making process. Since the turn of the century, she's produced two (very different) feature-length films. And Winger chooses the topics for these projects the same way she carefully handpicks her acting roles, going for interesting and unique subject matter that seems fresh or exciting to her.

In 2001, Winger served as a producer on (and also acted in) Big Bad Love, a tender romantic drama about a divorced, alcoholic Vietnam War veteran, directed by (and co-starring) her husband, Arliss Howard. More than a decade later, Winger was instrumental in getting a documentary calledBel Borba Aquimade. Winger produced the mixed-media film (animation, time-lapse photography) about Bel Borba, a legendary street artist in Salvador, Brazil, who creates huge public murals.

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She's (gasp) over 40

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There's an oft-repeated maxim that there are no roles in Hollywood for women over 40 because Hollywood just apparently isn't interested in depicting the stories of mature women ... or putting women who aren't 22 anymore up on the screen.Instead, the entertainment industrycaters to what it thinks a target audience of young men want to see. While some actresses seem to have up and disappeared from movies once they hit a certain age —Meg Ryan, for example — in the past few years, there's been more representation for ladies over age 40, what with Melissa McCarthy, Sandra Bullock, and Julia Roberts still dominating the box office well into middle age.

Still, this was true for a long time, and, not only did Debra Winger bear the brunt of it, she was also the poster child for it. Inspired by what she saw — and Winger's self-imposed exile — actress Rosanna Arquette released a well-received 2002 documentary about this problem called Searching for Debra Winger. Being so tied to this Hollywood criticism may have cast a pall over Winger's career.

She's been in lots of movies … that not many people saw

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Winger semi-retired in 1995, or she at least placed some lofty restrictions on herself and filmmakers that wanted to work with her. But that just meant she didn't make as many movies as other major actresses might have. The movies she often makes tend toward the interesting, provocative, small, and well-reviewed; in other words, low-budget independent films that don't get seen much beyond film festivals and the deepest recesses of Netflix ... and which don't make a lot of money.

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In 2003, she had her first role in a big Hollywood movie in almost a decade, a supporting part in Cuba Gooding, Jr.'s widely maligned Radio. After that, she starred with Ray Romano in the dark comedy Eulogy,which was about a dysfunctional family reuniting for a funeral. She also had a role opposite Oscar-nominated Anne Hathaway in the harrowing Rachel Getting Married.More recently, Winger has popped up in small films, such as Lola Versus and Boychoir. They weren't blockbusters, but Debra Winger doesn't care about that.

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For someone who has taken such a stance against the poor quality of projects that she was a part of, and, later, refused to be a part of whole cloth with her Hollywood sabbatical, it's surprising where Debra Winger chose to make her low-key comeback. In 2016, she joined the cast of The Ranch. Why does that sound familiar? It's that one Netflix original series you always flip past, the one that stars Sam Elliott, Ashton Kutcher, and Danny Masterson ...before he was fired for a series of horrific rape allegations.

While it looks like a pleasant enough, laugh-track laden comedy — precisely the kind of thing that one would think Winger would've avoided since her voluntarily hiatus — she told Entertainment Tonightthat it fit in with her approach to life. "I hadn't done it before," Winger said, meaning a traditional sitcom.

"This is all about the vibrant quality of making something every week," Winger told The Telegraph."Coming in on a Friday, getting your script, and by the following Friday you are in front of a live audience. It's really exciting."

Debra Winger, still wingin' it

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While some fans might find themselves looking for Debra Winger, the former toast of Hollywood is still out there making movies — they're just the kind of movies that interest or "scare" her. And which are made on her own terms and by people she admires.

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That means there's something of a Debra Winger renaissance in the making. In 2013, Winger appeared in The Being Experience, "a collection of films that explores the unfamiliar and urges you to dig deep within yourself." Along with Winger, the project, led by Jennifer Elster, also starred such disparate individuals as Terrence Howard, Rosie Perez, Marlo Thomas, Alan Cumming, Temple Grandin, and Yoko Ono. In 2017, she earned rave reviews for The Lovers, playing half of an aging, unfaithful couple who rekindle their romantic spark. Along with Evan Rachel Wood, Gina Rodriguez, and Richard Jenkins, Winger will be one of the leads in acurrently untitled 2019 drama about a criminal family, written and directed by thoughtful indie filmmaker Miranda July. And hey, if it's good enough to get Debra Winger's attention, it's got to be pretty good.



Why did Debra Winger leave Hollywood? ›

She wanted to spend more time with her family.

In 1996, she married her current husband, Arliss Howard, also an actor, and they welcomed their son, Babe Howard, in 1997. Winger spoke to The Guardian about the role her family played in her choice to retire in a 2002 interview.

Why did Debra Winger back out of a league of their own? ›

Debra Winger Quit A League of Their Own Because She Didn't Want to Work With Madonna. “I think [her] acting career has spoken for itself,” Winger said of Madonna in a new interview with The Telegraph.

Did Debra Winger and Anthony Hopkins get along? ›

And according to both Ms. Winger and Mr. Hopkins, they got along amazingly well.

Did the cast of Terms of Endearment get along? ›

In the 1983 film Terms of Endearment, Shirley MacLaine and Debra Winger played loving mom and daughter Aurora and Emma, but in real life they were total rivals. MacLaine was supposedly fed up with Winger's antics, including one rumored incident where Winger lifted her dress to fart in MacLaine's direction.

How old is Richard Gere and what is he worth? ›

Richard Gere was born on August 31, 1949, and is currently 73 years old.
Net Worth:$120 Million
Height:1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Country of Origin:United States of America
Source of Wealth:Professional Actor
Last Updated:August 2, 2022
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How old is Debra Winger and what is her net worth? ›

She was nominated for Academy Awards for three films. She was also nominated for four Golden Globes, two BAFTAs, and an Emmy Award.
Debra Winger Net Worth.
Net Worth:$8 Million
Date of Birth:May 16, 1955 (67 years old)
Height:5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)
Profession:Actor, Teacher, Writer, Film Producer
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Who didn't want to be in A League of Their Own? ›

Debra Winger was supposed to play Dottie Hinson in the 1992 baseball flick “A League of Their Own,” but she dropped out after hearing that Columbia Pictures cast Madonna.

Is Jimmy Dugan based on a real person? ›

Tom Hanks' character, Jimmy Dugan, is loosely based on real-life baseball sluggers Jimmie Foxx and Hack Wilson.

Who was Dottie Hinson based on? ›

Despite similarities, Green was not the inspiration for Geena Davis's character, Dottie Hinson, in the 1992 film A League of Their Own; Dottie Hinson was loosely based on Green's teammate, Dottie Kamenshek.

Are Anthony Hopkins and Emma Thompson friends? ›

That persona may be jarring to fans of the veteran thespian who, in his Oscar-nominated roles in films such as “The Remains of the Day,” is the very master of dignity. But his friend and frequent acting partner, Emma Thompson, knows that kind of behavior to be the real “Tony.”

Is the story of Shadowlands true? ›

"Shadowlands" is the story, based on fact, of an autumnal romance involving the British writer C. S. Lewis and a divorced American woman named Joy Gresham. They met after she wrote him an admiring letter; their correspondence led to her first visit to England, with her young son.

What did Anthony Hopkins say about his daughter? ›

Who turned down Terms of Endearment? ›

James L. Brooks specifically wrote the role of womanizing retired astronaut Garrett Breedlove in 1983's "Terms of Endearment" for Reynolds, but the actor turned him down.

Who is Shirley MacLaine's best friend? ›

Shirley MacLaine about Elizabeth Taylor: "She was my oldest and best friend in Hollywood and I don't know what was more impressive, her magnitude as a star or her magnitude as a friend. Her talent for friendship was unmatched. I will miss her for the rest of my life and beyond."

Did Terms of Endearment win any Oscars? ›

Terms of Endearment

How rich is Travolta? ›

John Travolta is an American actor and singer who has a net worth $250 million. Let's talk about some money. Only 2 homes of John Travolta are worth around $25 million. Not only this, he has an aviation state where there is a runway on which his jumbo jet lands.

How much is Julia Roberts worth? ›

As of 2020, Roberts' net worth was estimated to be $250 million. People magazine has named her the most beautiful woman in the world a record five times.

How is Jack Nicholson so rich? ›

In addition to his movie salaries, a significant portion of his net worth is attributable to a $100 million real estate portfolio and $150 million art collection. Nicholson has appeared in more than sixty films during his career and been nominated for twelve Academy Awards – a record for male actors.

How much is Michael Douglass worth? ›

As of October 2022, Michael Douglas' net worth is estimated to be roughly $350 Million. What is this? Michael Kirk Douglas is an American actor and producer who's been received numerous accolades, including two Academy Awards, six Golden Globe Awards, a Primetime Emmy Award, and the AFI Life Achievement Award.

What is Lynda Carter Worth? ›

Lynda Carter Net Worth
Net Worth:$10 Million
Date of Birth:Jul 24, 1951 (71 years old)
Height:5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Profession:Actor, Singer, Pin-up girl, Songwriter, Voice Actor
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How old is Shirley MacLaine and what is her net worth? ›

Shirley MacLaine Net Worth
Net Worth:$50 Million
Date of Birth:Apr 24, 1934 (88 years old)
Height:5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)
Profession:Actor, Dancer, Singer, Author, Screenwriter, Film Producer, Activist, Film director
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Who cried in A League of Their Own? ›

But in the series, the moment comes halfway through the season, during episode five, “Back Footed,” when it's Carson who succumbs to her emotions and starts crying before the start of a game.

Did Dottie drop the ball on purpose? ›

Dottie intentionally dropped the ball to give her sister the spotlight. He said, "At the very beginning of the movie... Old Dottie pulls her grandson who's playing basketball aside, and she says, quote, 'Now remember, no matter what your brother does, he's littler than you are. So, give him a chance to shoot.

Is A League of Their Own Lgbtq? ›

While none of their characters were explicitly gay, the film still became a queer touchstone for more than one generation of moviegoers. “Most movies are centered on heterosexual romantic storylines, but 'A League of Their Own' wasn't.

Are the Rockford Peaches real? ›

The Rockford Peaches were a women's professional baseball team who played from 1943 through 1954 in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. A founding member, the team represented Rockford, Illinois. The Peaches were one of two teams to play in every AAGPBL season, the other being the South Bend Blue Sox.

Who is Carson Shaw based on? ›

Just recently, Maybelle Blair, a former All-American Girls Professional Baseball League player and the inspiration for Jacobson's Carson Shaw, came out at the age of 95 during a Q&A for A League of Their Own at the Tribeca Film Festival, which moved Jacobson deeply.

What is Tom Hanks most famous line from A League of Their Own? ›

10/10 "There's No Crying In Baseball!"'

One of the movie's most recognizable quotes, it is hard to imagine any other actor delivering such a line. As American as baseball itself, Tom Hanks has been one of Hollywood's leading men since the 1990s.

Was Betty Spaghetti a real person? ›

She said the actual model for the Madonna character in the movie was Faye Dancer, who died in 2002, but she suggested that Ms. Trezza may have been part of the inspiration for the Betty Spaghetti character, who was played by Tracy Reiner. After her baseball career, Ms.

Was there a Jimmy Dugan in baseball? ›

James Elmer Duggan (June 1, 1885 – December 5, 1951) was an American professional baseball player. Except for one game with St. Louis Browns in 1911, first baseman Duggan spent his entire 11-year professional career in the minor leagues.
Jim Duggan (baseball)
Jim Duggan
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Are there any Rockford Peaches still alive? ›

The last living local Rockford Peaches are Helen “Sis” Waddell, who's had some health scares but celebrated her 90th birthday in April, and Ange Armato, who signed a contract to play for the Peaches in 1949 but got injured and never appeared. Armato later played the 1953 season with the Kalamazoo (Michigan) Lassies.

Is Remains of the Day Based on a true story? ›

Characters. The character of Sir Geoffrey Wren is based loosely on that of Sir Oswald Mosley, a British fascist active in the 1930s.

What is the remains of the day with Anthony Hopkins about? ›

How old was Emma Thompson in Sense and Sensibility? ›

At thirty-six, Dame Emma Thompson was considerably older than the character of Elinor Dashwood in the novel, who is generally thought to be around nineteen. Kate Winslet was closer to her character's age, being nineteen in relation to Marianne's sixteen.

What did Lewis mean by Shadowlands? ›

Shadowlands is the title of a book and the movie made from the book, about C. S. Lewis' marriage. In the movie, C.S. Lewis mentions the word “shadowlands”: he explains that it was the title of a story he wrote. “Shadowlands” referred to a place in shadow – the sun shone somewhere else, but not here.

Where is the house in Shadowlands? ›

The house Lewis shares with his brother Warnie (Edward Hardwicke) is the Stable Lodge of Norney Grange, which you can see on Shackleford Road just north of Elstead Road, near Shackleford in Surrey.

Who is the boy in Shadowlands? ›

Shadowlands (1993) - Joseph Mazzello as Douglas Gresham - IMDb.

Why is Hopkins estranged from his daughter? ›

I totally abused my mind and body. The root cause was the fact that my father and I had an intermittent relationship when I was young. I was angry and there was a lot of grieving going on." In 1991, Anthony starred in The Silence Of The Lambs, the movie that made him a superstar.

Does Anthony Hopkins have an estranged daughter? ›

For the past two decades, Anthony, 83, has been estranged from his only child, Abigail Hopkins, 52, whose mother is his first wife, Petronella Barker. “People break up. Families split. People make choices,” says the famously gruff actor.

Does Anthony Hopkins live with his wife? ›

Sir Anthony starred and also directed his wife in Slipstream (2007). Most recently, the two worked together on Elyse, which Sir Anthony starred in and did the music for while Stella directed. In 2011, he told The Independent that Stella saved him from a dark period in his life. They live together in Malibu, California.

Was The Ranch Cancelled? ›

The Ranch, a sitcom on Netflix starring Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson, was cancelled after it was revealed that Masterson had been accused of sexual assault by four different women. There are many reasons why they stopped making The Ranch.

Why did Dax Shepard leave The Ranch? ›

The That '70s Show alum was let go in December, amid resurfaced sexual assault accusations, with one episode left to film from the first 10 episodes of The Ranch's third season. These episodes are yet to get a premiere date by Netflix.

What happens to Maggie on The Ranch? ›

Maggie was sidelined during Part 7, being as she was travelling the country with her cancer-stricken sister Karen (Nancy Travis). In Part 8, that journey had ended, and she was back in Colorado.

Why did rooster leave The Ranch? ›

Booted From 'The Ranch'

Masterson played Jameson “Rooster” Bennett on the Netflix series for three seasons alongside former That '70s Show costar Ashton Kutcher before he was fired in the wake of his sexual assault allegations.

Did they really drink on The Ranch? ›

The actors may not always be acting

Fans have long speculated that the cast drinks real alcohol in scenes that feature booze — and they may be right. As a guest on Conan, Ashton Kutcher admitted, "We fully, like full-blown — we drink."

Do they find rooster's body? ›

Since they never found Rooster's body, many people believed that the character could potentially return to the show. But that didn't happen. Danny Masterson doesn't physically appear in Part 8 of The Ranch. The spirit of Rooster, however, does technically make an appearance.

Is The Ranch coming back 2022? ›

The Ranch is Netflix's longest-running multi-camera show. The recent season had ten episodes. The final season will contain 80 episodes and air in 2022.

Did Luke replaced Rooster on The Ranch? ›

Now, the show has brought in another comedy actor to fill the void left by Masterson's character Rooster, with the always solid Dax Shepard for a recurring role on the streaming sitcom. Dax Shepard will enter The Ranch as Luke Stevens, who has some ties to the Bennett family's Iron River Ranch.

Does Rooster come back in The Ranch? ›

The Ranch Part 8 figures out a way to bring back Danny Masterson's Rooster Bennett… without actually bringing back Danny Masterson. In Episode 3, Colt suffers a near-death experience — and on his birthday, no less.

Do they replace Rooster on The Ranch? ›

After saying goodbye to Danny Masterson's Rooster Bennett, The Ranch's latest half-season introduces us to Dax Shepard's Luke Matthews.

Did Colt and Abby get divorced? ›

Colt and Abby are back together, and not only that, but they have another child on the way. This is the best way their story could end, honestly. We saw the whole will they/won't they thing for a few seasons, so it's good that Colt was able to get his act together, and Abby was able to see the good that was in him.

Why does The Ranch look so dark? ›

The lighting.

This dark lighting is intentional. At the TCA panel, a reporter noted “multi-cam sort of abhors darkness, and you guys seem to be steering into darkness in a lot of cases.” Producers said that, like using swear words, it's all in an effort to be real.

Does Colt lose The Ranch? ›

She also needs clean cows, so Colt cuts her deal: He sells her his livestock in exchange for Iron River. Beau and Joanne will get to keep the ranch, and Colt will return to the family business again, while he and Abby continue to live on the Peterson property.

Is Danny Masterson coming back on The Ranch? ›

Masterson was still shooting episodes when he was fired, but the upcoming Part 6 will not feature the actor. Per Netflix's statement in December, he was “written out of the show,” and December 4 “was his last day” on “The Ranch.”

Will there be a ranch Part 9? ›

With its Part 8, Netflix announced the show's conclusion in 2020. In 2019, the show's lead actor and executive producer, Ashton Kutcher, took to Twitter to announce that the series would be coming to an end with its episodes in 2020. “The Ranch is coming to an end, but not just yet,” the actor tweeted.

Do colt and Abby get back together? ›

But, they do get back together after a long wait. At the end of season 2 Colt goes to Abby preparing his marriage proposal, but does not propose after finding out his previous girlfriend Heather became pregnant after hooking up with Colt prior to his rekindled relationship with Abby.


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