Shirley Jones

From Broadway to films, to starring on The Partridge Family, very few performers have had the career of Shirley Jones. From Carousel, Oklahoma, and The Music Man, she has forged a legion of fans, both in the United States and abroad over a fifty year career. In February 1986, Shirley Jones unveiled her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Vine Street just around the corner from Hollywood Boulevard.

In 2004, Shirley returned to Broadway in a revival of 42nd Street, portraying diva "Dorothy Brock" opposite her son, Patrick Cassidy, the first time a mother and son were known to star together on Broadway. In July 2005, Jones revisited the musical Carousel on stage in Massachusetts portraying "Cousin Nettie". She continues to appear in venues nationwide, in concerts and in speaking engagements. In July 2006, Jones received another Emmy Award nomination for her supporting performance in the television film, Hidden Places. Shirley was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild award for the same film but lost to Helen Mirren for Elizabeth I. She also appeared in Grandma's Boy (2006), produced by Adam Sandler, as a nymphomaniac senior citizen. She continues to delight crowds all over the world.

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