Marlee Matlin 1965 (The deaf actress, great actress :)  )  (Sweet nothing in my ear, The L Word, What the bleep do we know, Many TV show appearances

Marlee Matlin 1965 (The deaf actress, great actress :) ) (Sweet nothing in my ear, The L Word, What the bleep do we know, Many TV show appearances

Marlee Matlin was 22 when she won for the 1986 film Children of a Lesser God. The film was Matlin's big-screen debut.

Marlee Matlin was 22 when she won for the 1986 film Children of a Lesser God. The film was Matlin's big-screen debut.

Oscars 2013: 16 Icons Come Together for THR's Oscar Issue: Marlee Matlin

Oscars 2013: 16 Icons Come Together for THR's Oscar Issue: Marlee Matlin

Catching Up With Academy Award-Winning Actress Marlee Matlin:    The Oscar-winning actress talks about Judaism, being deaf, parenthood, Celebrity Apprentice and winning an Oscar when she was barely out of high school. (Photo by Michael Rosenberg)

Catching Up With Academy Award-Winning Actress Marlee Matlin: The Oscar-winning actress talks about Judaism, being deaf, parenthood, Celebrity Apprentice and winning an Oscar when she was barely out of high school. (Photo by Michael Rosenberg)

Marlee Matlin 1986.  Best Actress Oscar winner for her work on the film "Children of a Lesser God"

Oscars: Marlee Matlin on her Best Actress win

Marlee Matlin 1986. Best Actress Oscar winner for her work on the film "Children of a Lesser God"

Marlee Matlin signs “I love you” at the 1986 Academy Awards. At 21, she was the youngest person to win the best-actress award, a record she still holds for "Children of a Lesser God".

A January Detox for Your Life and Closet

Marlee Matlin signs “I love you” at the 1986 Academy Awards. At 21, she was the youngest person to win the best-actress award, a record she still holds for "Children of a Lesser God".

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