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American actress

Glenn Close is ...

Alive
Born 19 Mar 1947 in Greenwich
Age72 years, 7 months
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Glenn Close
Glenn Close
Glenn Close in Paris at the French premiere of Albert Nobbs.

About Glenn Close

Glenda Veronica "Glenn" Close (born March 19, 1947) is an American actress, singer, and producer. She is the recipient of numerous accolades, including three Primetime Emmy Awards, three Tony Awards, and three Golden Globe Awards. A seven-time Academy Award nominee, she holds the record as the actress to have the most nominations without a win. In 2016, Close was inducted into the American Theater Hall of Fame, and in 2019, Time magazine named her one of the 100 most influential people in the world. Close majored in theater and anthropology at the College of William & Mary. She began her professional career on stage in 1974 with Love for Love and was mostly a New York stage actress until the early 1980s. Her work included Broadway productions of Barnum in 1980 and The Real Thing in 1983, for which she won the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play. Her film debut came in The World According to Garp (1982), which was followed by supporting roles in the films The Big Chill (1983) and The Natural (1984); all three earned her nominations for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. Close went on to establish herself as a leading lady in Hollywood with roles in Fatal Attraction (1987) and Dangerous Liaisons (1988), both of which earned her nominations for the Academy Award for Best Actress. Close won two more Tony Awards for Death and the Maiden in 1992 and Sunset Boulevard in 1995. She won her first Primetime Emmy Award for the 1995 television drama film Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story, and she continued a successful career in Hollywood with starring roles in Reversal of Fortune (1990), 101 Dalmatians (1996), and Air Force One (1997), among others. Further television work came for Close in the 2000s, with her portrayal of Eleanor of Aquitaine in the 2003 television film The Lion in Winter earning her a Golden Globe Award. From 2007 to 2012, Close starred as Patty Hewes in the drama series Damages, which won her a Golden Globe Award and two more Primetime Emmy Awards. She returned to the Broadway stage in a 2014 revival of A Delicate Balance. During this period, she received two additional Best Actress Academy Award nominations for Albert Nobbs (2011) and The Wife (2017), winning a third Golden Globe for the latter. Close has been married three times, and she has a daughter from her relationship with producer John Starke. She is the president of Trillium Productions and has co-founded the website FetchDog. She has made political donations in support of Democratic politicians, and is vocal on issues such as gay marriage, women's rights, and mental health.

Films

Glenn Close has worked on the following films:

Mars Attacks!
1996 American science fiction-comedy film
1996
The Wife
2017 film by Björn Runge
2017
Dangerous Liaisons
1988 film by Stephen Frears
1988
Fatal Attraction
1987 American film
1987
The Natural
1984 American film
1984
The Chumscrubber
2005 film by Arie Posin
2005
The Big Chill
1983 film by Lawrence Kasdan
1983
Father Figures
2017 film by Lawrence Sher
2017
5 to 7
2014
The Stepford Wives
2004 film by Frank Oz
2004
101 Dalmatians
1996 Walt Disney Productions film
1996
The Paper
1994 film by Ron Howard
1994
Albert Nobbs
2011 film by Rodrigo García
2011
The Girl with All the Gifts
2016 film by Colm McCarthy
2016
What Happened to Monday?
2017 film by Tommy Wirkola
2017
Pinocchio
2002 Italian film directed by Roberto Benigni
2002
In & Out
1997 film by Frank Oz
1997
The House of the Spirits
1993 drama movie directed by Bille August
1993
Le Divorce
2003 film by James Ivory
2003
Paradise Road
1997 film by Bruce Beresford
1997
Hamlet
1990 film by Franco Zeffirelli
1990
Home
2009 documentary film
2009
Evening
2007 film by Lajos Koltai
2007
The World According to Garp
1982 film by George Roy Hill
1982
Nine Lives
2005 film by Rodrigo García
2005
Mary Reilly
1996 American film directed by Stephen Frears
1996
Casting By
2012 film by Tom Donahue
2012
The Safety of Objects
2001 film by Rose Troche
2001
Jagged Edge
1985 film by Richard Marquand
1986
Reversal of Fortune
1990 film by Barbet Schroeder
1990
Anesthesia
2015 film by Tim Blake Nelson
2015
Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her
2000 film directed by Rodrigo García
2000
Cookie's Fortune
1999 film by Robert Altman
1999
The Great Gilly Hopkins
2016 film by Stephen Herek
2016
Meeting Venus
1991 film by István Szabó
1991
Maxie
1985 film by Paul Aaron
1985
Welcome to Hollywood
2000 film by Adam Rifkin
2000
Immediate Family
1989 drama film
1989
Heights
2005 film by Chris Terrio
2005
Wilde Wedding