Glenn Close talks about the importance of close-ups in acting on film and revealed that she feels more herself acting on stage.
Interview: Michael Xavier on ‘Sunset Boulevard’, Glenn Close and the Weirdest Thing That’s Happened On-Stage
“As an actor, I’m always trying to learn constantly. Always trying to hone my craft.” – Michael Xavier
After Getting Boos From the Audience, Glenn Close’s ‘Sunset Boulevard’ Understudy Ends with a Standing Ovation
Jones won over the remaining audience with an incredible performance and received a six-minute standing ovation at the conclusion of the performance.
Glenn Close on Ending ‘Damages’: “I don’t know if I ever truly say totally goodbye to these characters”
DirecTV’s Damages his kicked off its final year on air this past July 11th. Discussing her character Patty Hewes and the last season of the show, Golden Globe award winning actress Glenn Close has revealed that this will most likely be her last days on the small screen once the drama says goodbye.
Glenn Close is receiving rave reviews and an Oscar nomination for Best Actress for her role in Albert Nobbs. Close has been trying to make the film since 1982 when she starred in the play, and the part of a cross-dressing hotel waiter has remained close to her since then.
Glenn Close made her feature film debut in George Roy Hill’s The World According to Garp. Her performance in the film earned her awards from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association and the National Board of Review as well as her first Academy Award nomination
As of this morning, Glenn Close is now a 6-time Academy Award nominee. She received her latest nomination for her work in Albert Nobbs, the gender-bending film about a 19th century Irish woman who poses as a man in order to work as a butler at an Dublin hotel for
Glenn Close’s connection to the character of Albert Nobbs stretches back almost three decades.
Watch: Actresses’ Roundtable featuring Carey Mulligan, Glenn Close, Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, Michelle Williams and Charlize Theron
The video is an hour long and it’s just great to watch (or listen to). They talk about their careers, getting bad reviews, how they got their start and so much more. So good!
2 Clips from gender-bending drama ‘Albert Nobbs’ starring Glenn Close, Brendan Gleeson, Mia Wasikowska
The story is set in 1860’s Ireland, where a poverty-stricken woman disguises herself as a man to gain employment as a waiter in a Dublin hotel. Once she settles into her new role, she becomes increasingly confused about her identity, begins to court a maid and eventually shares her secret with a hotel guest.