•In her new Film, she plays “the wife of The Nobel laureate” that’s waived for the literary career of her husband on their own. While the two are on the award ceremony in Stockholm, threatens the big lie on which your marriage is built to fly up.
•Glenn Close came on the 19. In March 1947, Greenwich, Connecticut, to the world. Her mother, Bettine was a Society Lady, her father William, a renowned physician, has headed in the Belgian Congo (now Zaire) to the hospital. He was a physician and friend of the dictator Mobutu Sese Soko. Later, he was one of the leading Explorers of the Aids Virus. Glenn, her two sisters and her brother lived alternately in Africa and Swiss boarding schools.
•your family has lived for twelve generations in Greenwich, and was one of four of the town in the late 17th century. Century had founded.
•made her debut as a professional actress gave a Close in 1974, and occurred in the ’70s and’ 80s, primarily on New York stages. She was already 35 years old when she turned up with the John Irving adaptation of “Garp and how he saw the world,” their first feature film. Here is an excerpt:
•you earned your first Oscar nomination as Best supporting actress and was nominated for the following two movies, “The big chill” (1983) and “The Natural” (1984) two more times in this category. Overall, she was six times in the race, in consequence of of the time as Best actress in “fatal attraction” (1988), “Dangerous liaisons” (1989) and “Albert Nobbs” (2010). They went out every time empty. In addition, she was won 13 Times for the Golden Globe (twice), and 14 Times for the Emmy (won three times) nominated.
•keep a copy of each of their films, the costumes and sets for exhibitions.
•the role of The crazed Alex Forrest, Michael Douglas in 1987’s “fatal attraction” has made Glenn Close to Star. Two years later, she Mel the role in a Sketch in the Comedy show “Saturday Night Live”:
…and remembered in 2010 for the ABC together with Douglas to the shooting:
•she was married four times, the first Time already during their time at University, it is the marriages with the musician Cabot Wade (1969-1971), and the business men, James Marlas (1984-1987) David Shaw (2006-2015). Her daughter, Annie Maude (30) comes from the relationship with producer John Starke.
•she is a big Fan of the Baseball team New York Mets and has been singing since 1986 for always coming back to Play the US national anthem, here in 2011:
•The fates of her sister Jessie and her nephew Calen Pick, who suffer from bipolar disorder, respectively, schizophrenia, prompted Glenn Close in 2010 to establish the organization Bring Change to Mind that works against the stigmatization and discrimination of mentally ill people:
•counts the triumphs of her greatest Stage role as an aging film diva Norma Desmond in the Musical “Sunset Boulevard”. Here she sings “As If We Never Said Goodbye” in the context of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Royal Albert Hall Celebration 2015:
•And: also a great Character Actresses are too good for a lot of nonsense: Like 2014 in the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon:
says, “I am often confused with Meryl Streep, although never on Oscar night.”
say “the best Actresses of the last 80 years, one first thinks of Bette Davis, Katharine Hepburn and Meryl Streep. But I think that definitely Glenn Close belongs on this list because of their courage, in their role of choice and persistence. She has accepted challenges like no Other in their profession.” (Cari Beauchamp, film historian)
Glenn Close for beginners:
“Garp and how he saw the world” (1982)
“The big chill” (1983)
“A fatal attraction” (1987)
“Dangerous liaisons” (1988)
“The affair of the Sunny of B.” (1990)
“101 Dalmatians” (1996)
“The Shield” (2005)
“Albert Nobbs” (2011)
“the wife of The Nobel laureate” (2017)