Elizabeth Hartman Overview:

Actress, Elizabeth Hartman, was born Mary Elizabeth Hartman on Dec 23, 1943 in Youngstown, OH. Hartman died at the age of 43 on Jun 10, 1987 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and was laid to rest in Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Youngstown, OH.



Although Hartman was nominated for one Oscar, she never won a competitive Academy Award.

Academy Awards

YearAwardFilm nameRoleResult
1965Best ActressA Patch of Blue (1965)Selina D'ArceyNominated

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Elizabeth Hartman Quotes:

Selina D'Arcy: [Gordon kisses Selina on forehead] Was that a kiss?
Gordon Ralfe: [Nodding] It was a kiss.
Selina D'Arcy: Kiss me again.
[Gordon kisses her forehead again]
Selina D'Arcy: [Grabs Gordon's face and kisses him on the lips] Oh Gordon... Gordon... oh I wish I'd never been done over.
Gordon Ralfe: [Pulls her away] What did you say?
Selina D'Arcy: Nothing.
Gordon Ralfe: I'm sorry. You were much sinned against.
Selina D'Arcy: Are you angry with me. Do you think I'm bad... dirty?
Gordon Ralfe: No.
Selina D'Arcy: I said what I said because I love you so much.
Gordon Ralfe: I know why you said it. I'm glad you said it. You brought me back to Earth.
Selina D'Arcy: I didn't want you to come back to Earth. I wanted you to make love with me.

Selina D'Arcy: Not ask just marry! You don't have to ask!

[Barbara takes a cigarette out of Bernard's mouth]
Barbara Darling: You like those coffin nails too much. Better watch out. Better not cough.

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Elizabeth Hartman Facts
Auditioned for the role of 'Pookie' Adams, in The Sterile Cuckoo (1969).

Won Ohio's "Actress of the Year" award for playing the fragile Laura in the play "The Glass Menagerie".

Like her characters in A Patch of Blue (1965) and The Secret of NIMH (1982), she was very shy and timid in real life.

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