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Teresa Wright (born Muriel Wright in 1918) was a stage actress who rose to movie stardom suddenly at the age of 23, when talent scouts from Samuel Goldwyn saw her in the stage production Life with Father. She was nominated for Oscars for each of her first three films, a thing that has never happened to another actor before or since. She won an Oscar for her second film, Mrs. Miniver. Some of her most well-known films are the Hitchcock film Shadow of a Doubt, The Best Years of Our Lives, and Somewhere in Time. Despite her success, Teresa disliked publicity. She said, "I only ever wanted to be an actress, not a star," and it was in her contract that she would not do promotional photos. Teresa continued acting until 1997. She passed away from a heart attack in 2005.
Teresa with Marlon Brando in The Men