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Having worked steadily through the '70s on television and in blaxploitation films, African-American actress Margaret Avery did not become a star until she was cast as Shug in Steven Spielberg's adaptation of The Color Purple (1985), a performance that won her a nomination for Best Supporting Actress. Though the quality of her films briefly improved, her stardom was only fleeting and she returned to less visible work.

Though years of playing indelible characters by all accounts should have led to bigger opportunities in Hollywood especially after an Oscar nomination, Ms. Avery is not bitter at all, perhaps more relieved than anything that she hasn't lost a sense of herself, as some actors in the industry do. Still, Margaret Avery conveyed a learning experience that taught her a lot early on in Hollywood. She recalled her first film experience, in 1972, on the set of "Cool Breeze". She was on camera shooting a bathtub scene with co-star Raymond St. Jacques, who was Ms. Avery's acting coach prior to the film. "And the way it was written in the script, I didn't have to show anything," she recalled. Bubbles discreetly covered her breasts, so that only her shoulders would be revealed.

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Margaret Avery (born January 20, 1944, Mangum, Oklahoma) is an American actress who appeared as , former girlfriend of and in the episode "" of the series .

Having worked steadily through the '70s on television and in blaxploitation films, African-American actress Margaret Avery did not become a star until she was cast as Shug in Steven Spielberg's adaptation of The Color Purple (1985), a performance that won her a nomination for Best Supporting Actress. Though the quality of her films briefly improved, her stardom was only fleeting...