Dolores Hart, the former actress, who left Hollywood to become a nun in the 1960s, is the subject of an Oscar-nominated short, 'God Is the Bigger Elvis.'
Now known as Mother Dolores, she'll attend Sunday's Oscars.
Mother Dolores, as she is now known, is the subject this year of an Oscar-nominated documentary short, "God Is the Bigger Elvis".
The documentary chronicles her life as a nun after a Hollywood career that saw her costar with Elvis Presley ("Loving You" in 1957 and "King Creole" in 1958), Anthony Quinn ("Wild Is the Wind," 1957) and George Hamilton ("Where the Boys Are," 1960).
The big question is: if the documentary wins, will she accompany director Cammisa onstage?
"I will do whatever they ask me to," Mother Dolores said.
Source Los Angeles Times / EpGold