However, I didn't really get taken back by the question, and I answered "No, why," because what 10 year old has a boyfriend, and why are you asking me this, like seriously. He had her Skype and stuff, and would talk with her all night. He was always creepy and not very fun to hang out with, despite his beliefs.I later found out that he hadn't actually even gotten the diamond, it was my friend. x P It doesn't matter, though, because I really shouldn't have ever accepted since he later on told me that I was his second choice. She LOVED attention from ALL the boys, no matter if they were awkward or sweet.After attending Quitman High School, where she was crowned homecoming queen, Spacek moved to New York City to pursue her dreams of a singing career in 1967, at the age of 17.In New York, she lived with her cousin, the actor Rip Torn (Spacek's father was Torn's uncle) and his wife, the actress Geraldine Page.She has multiple ear piercings, has fair skin and large blue eyes with extremely long black eyelashes, a black choker and pink lipstick .Her normal attire consists of a black t-shirt with a blue camisole under with a red plaid skirt over jeans with two crisscrossed white belts and black and white checker board print sneakers. She has worn a ladybird scout uniform consisting of a green skirt, a green polo shirt with a pink bolo tie, a green beriet dress with a pink upside down triangle with an acorn in the middle.
Sales of her music sputtered, however, and "Rainbo" was dropped from her record label., attracting attention for her role as the girlfriend of a serial killer, played by Martin Sheen.It was while working on the film that Spacek met her future husband, the production designer Jack Fisk.The couple married in 1974, and Fisk helped Spacek land her breakthrough role in Brian De Palma’s teen horror classic (1976).Coal Miner's Daughter and Crimes of the Heart also won her the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy.A six-time Oscar nominee, she received her sixth nomination for In the Bedroom (2001), which also won her a third Golden Globe, this time for Best Actress in a Drama.