Actress and director Sondra Locke, who received an actress Oscar nomination in her first film role of "The Hearts is a Lonely Hunter", died November 3 at 74. Los Angeles County Public Health Department confirmed her death.  She died due to breast and leg cancer, according to Radar Online, who reported that she was at rest at Pierce Brothers Westwood Village Memorial Park & Mortuary.
Locke had a controversial relationship for more than a decade with Clint Eastwood, who first threw her in "The Outlaw Josey Wales."
Locke was born in 1944 as Sandra Louise Smith and was raised in Shelbyville, Tenn. She changed its name to Sondra in the early 20th century and won a nationwide speech search 1
Locke starred in "Cover Me Babe", "Willard", "Reflection of Fear" and "Suzanne's Return" and took the TV cast in "FBI", "Cannon", "Barnaby Jones", "Kung Fu" "A Feast of Blood" and "Gondola". She started working with Eastwood in "The Outlaw Josey Wales" in 1976, followed by "Gauntlet," "What Way You Can", "Bronco Billy" and "Sudden Impact", where she kills the men like had rape her and her sister
Turning to Controls, she helped her 1986's "Ratboy", 1990's "Impulse", 1995s TV movie "Death in Small Doses" and the independent movie "Do Me a Favor" with Rosanna Arquette.
She sued Eastwood to Palestinians in 1989 and for fraud in 1995 and brought a separate action against Warner Bros. for allegedly conspiring with E astwood to sabotage her leadership career. She decided the three cases out of court.
Locke underwent a double mastectomy in 1990. Her autobiography "The Good, the Bad and the Very Ugly – A Hollywood Journey" was published in 1997.
Locke recently played with Keith Carradine in Alan Rudolph's drama "Ray Meets Helen."
She is survived by her husband Gordon Anderson.