I was thrilled to learn that Spacek as a child had the spunk of Judy Blume’s Sally J. Friendman and the tomboyishness of Harper Lee’s Scout Finch. While it was awful to learn of her terrible family tragedy, I was thrilled that she used her grief to follow her dreams of becoming a performer.

Check out my full review of My Extraordinary Ordinary Life by Sissy Spacek.

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