Oscar Winner Marlee Matlin On Her 35-Year Groundbreaking Career: “It’s Been A Wild Ride”

Marlee Matlin has broken down barriers in Hollywood for the last three decades as a deaf performer. In 1987, she won the Academy Award for Best Actress for “Children of a Lesser God”, making her the first and only deaf person to receive an Oscar. She joins “Tamron Hall” to talk about new projects, a film called “Feeling Through” and a role in “CODA.” Plus, she opens up about her groundbreaking career, overcoming addiction and more.

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