by Sharon Knolle
Fifty years ago, 10-year-old Mary Badham tried out for a role in a little movie filming near her hometown of Birmingham, Ala.: "To Kill a Mockingbird." The beloved adaptation of Harper Lee's seminal novel earned Badham an Oscar...
by Christopher Campbell
If you're a true movie geek, you probably refuse to dress up at Halloween in anything but a movie-related costume. I guess I'm not a true movie geek, because two years ago I went as Family Guy's Quagmire, who as of yet is...
Mary Badham's claim to fame was for her distinguished portrayal of the young girl, Scout, in To Kill a Mockingbird (1962). She was chosen over 2,000 other young actresses and afterwards won an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress. Read Full Biography