Glenda Jackson - Quotes

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When I have to cry, I think about my love life. When I have to laugh, I think about my love life.

When I have to cry, I think about my love life. When I have to laugh, I think about my love life.

I look forward to growing old and wise and audacious. ---->>>

Acting is not about dressing up. Acting is about stripping bare. The whole essence of learning lines is to forget them so you can make them sound like you thought of them that instant.

Acting is not about dressing up. Acting is about stripping bare. The whole essence of learning lines is to forget them so you can make them sound like you thought of them that instant.

If I'm too strong for some people, that's their problem. ---->>>

I used to believe that anything was better than nothing. Now I know that sometimes nothing is better. ---->>>

You've got to sing like you don't need the money. ---->>>

I have never believed you make your case stronger by bad-mouthing your opposition. ---->>>

Why put make-up on when you only have to take it off again? ---->>>

I told them I wouldn't sign a blank cheque. ---->>>

It would be nice if education was free to everyone who wanted it, but that's not the world we live in. ---->>>

I want to do a musical movie. Like Evita, but with good music. ---->>>

I've always been ambitious to be very good at what I do. ---->>>

One hell of an outlay for a very small return, with most of them. ---->>>

My money goes to my agent, then to my accountant and from him to the tax man. ---->>>

Men can be a great deal of work for very little reward. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: British
Born: 05-09, 1936
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Occupation: Actress
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Glenda May Jackson, CBE (born 9 May 1936) is a British actress and former Labour Party politician. As a professional actress from the late 1950s, she spent four years as a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company from 1964, being particularly associated with the work of director Peter Brook. During her film career, she won two Academy Awards for Best Actress: for Women in Love (1970) and A Touch of Class (1973) (wikipedia)