It's smaller, just two bedrooms and a guest room, hidden in the Pacific Palisades enclave of Los Angeles, with spare country-style furniture, vases full of realistic faux flowers and no pool — "I didn't want to take care of a pool," she says.
Sally Field had separated from her first husband Steven Craig in 1975.
She had 2 children, son Peter (born 1969) and son Eli (born 1972).
‘It’s about families being torn apart when their parents split up and how much that hurts children.
Of course, at the same time, that film is really, really funny.’ Now 66, Field is a gold-standard Hollywood veteran.
When they were growing up, we’d all go on vacations together and we were one great big extended family.’ She must have drawn on her experiences for classic 1993 comedy Mrs Doubtfire, also starring Robin Williams.
‘People all over the world identify with the pain and agony of divorce,’ says Field, explaining the film’s enduring appeal.The 81-year-old veteran actor disclosed that when he decided to cast Sally Field opposite him in ‘Smoley and the Bandit’, his studio was not keen on having Sally Field on board.Remembering those days, Burt Reynolds said: Sally Field was at that time doing television serials at that time.These included Gidget (1965-1966), The Flying Nun (1967-1970) and The Girl with something extra (1973-1974). The movie was a great hit and managed to top the box-office pushing behind even ‘Star Wars’. Talking of the film, Burt Reynolds said: Burt Reynolds and Sally Field had dated each other in the late 1970s for 5 years before they split in 1982. Sally Field had also acted in other movies during that time and had won several prestigious awards.Her acting skills and talent were highly appreciated.A lot has happened since the Golden Age of Hollywood, between the 1920’s to the 1960’s.