Glenda Jackson


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English film actress who later became a member of British Parliament (born in 1936)

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Wirral-born Hampstead and Highgate MP Glenda Jackson said she was prepared to act as a "stalking horse" to trigger a leadership contest if Mr Blair seeks to cling to power for more than another year.
Glenda Jackson said she would be prepared to act as a "stalking horse" to trigger a leadership contest if Blair tries to cling to power for more than another year.
In just one production - Peter Brook's 1978 Antony and Cleopatra with Glenda Jackson and Alan Howard - the understudy company included Juliet Stevenson, David Bradley, Alan Rickman and Ruby Wax.
And Glenda Jackson will be winning no Oscars for her performance.
Among Snowdon's subjects are Glenda Jackson, Emma Thompson, Alec Guinness, Helen Mirren, Meryl Streep, Katharine Hepburn, Ralph Fiennes, the British royal family, Francis Bacon, David Hockney, Mikhail Baryshnikov and Rudolf Nureyev.
Despite this, Anita is thrilled to be following stars, including Glenda Jackson, Dame Judi Dench and Dame Helen Mirren, in portraying one of Britain's greatest monarchs.
BIRTHDAYS: Richard Adams, author, 95; Alan Bennett, playwright and author, 80; Albert Finney, actor, 78; Glenda Jackson, actress turned politician, 79; James L Brooks, writer, producer and director, 75; Candice Bergen, actress, 69; Billy Joel, singer, 66; John Corbett, actor, 54; Dave Gahan, singer (Depeche Mode), 53; Neil Ruddock, former footballer, 47.
The exhibition is a collaboration between BAFTA Archive & Heritage and renowned celebrity photographer Dr Andy Gotts who crossed the globe over two years to photograph subjects including British celebrities such as Wirral's Daniel Craig and Glenda Jackson, as well as Al Pacino, Johnny Depp, Sidney Poitier, Jeff Bridges - whose grandfather came from Liverpool, and the late Lauren Bacall and Robin Williams.
Labour MP Glenda Jackson asked if he was speaking to the industry, claiming: "They protest that they don't take benefit claimants, but on an anecdotal level they most certainly do.
BIRTHDAYS: Alan Bennett, playwright and author, 78; Albert Finney (pictured), actor, 76; Glenda Jackson, actress turned politician, 76; James L Brooks, writer, producer and director, 72; Candice Bergen, actress, 66; Billy Joel, singer, 63.
Glenda Jackson, who won a best actress Oscar for her role in Women in Love, said it was a "privilege" to know Russell as both a film director and a friend.
She appeared with Glenda Jackson and George Segal in film comedy A Touch Of Class (1973), while her TV credits included Spy Trap and Steptoe And Son.
To its right The Glenda Jackson Theatre has since come and gone.
Tonight it's the large-eared Martin Clunes who'll be ducking and dishing out the jibes alongside the regular team captains and their guests - Ruby Wax and Glenda Jackson.
Read by Stephanie Beacham, Glenda Jackson, Sharon Stone, Meryl Streep.
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