Ronee Blakley

Ronee Blakley

actress, composer, music department

Ronee Blakley was born on Aug 24, 1945 in USA. Ronee Blakley's big-screen debut came with Wilbur and the Baby Factory directed by Tom McGowan in 1970. Ronee Blakley is known for I Played It for You directed by Ronee Blakley, Rusty Anderson stars as Eulogy Band Member and Chuck Billings as Eulogy Band Member. Ronee Blakley has got 1 awards and 5 nominations so far. The most recent award Ronee Blakley achieved is National Board of Review, USA. The upcoming new movie Ronee Blakley plays is Someone to Love which will be released on Dec 15, 1988.

Ronee Blakley came to prominence as the fictional country superstar Barbara Jean (a role that was originally offered to Susan Anspach), in Robert Altman's Nashville (1975). Her performance in the film won her a National Board of Review for Best Supporting Actress, and garnered Academy Award, BAFTA, and Golden Globe nominations.

  • Birthday

    Aug 24, 1945
  • Place of Birth

    Nampa, Idaho, USA
  • Also known

    Ronnie Blake, Roneé Blakley

Known For


1 wins & 5 nominations

National Board of Review, USA
Best Supporting Actress
Winner - NBR Award

Movies & TV Shows