Glenn Close

Actor

Biografia

Glenn Close (n. Greenwich, Connecticut; 19 de marzo de 1947) es una actriz estadounidense y cantante ocasional, muy conocida por sus interpretaciones de "mujer fatal" en películas como Atracción fatal (1987), Las amistades peligrosas (1988), 101 dálmatas: ¡Más vivos que nunca! (1996) y su secuela 102 dálmatas (2000), así como su papel en la serie Daños y perjuicios.Ha sido nominada en seis ocasiones al premio Óscar y ha obtenido tres premios Tony, tres Emmy, dos Globos de Oro y un premio del Sindicato de Actores por su trabajo en el cine, la televisión y el teatro. Por su trayectoria ha sido galardonada, entre otros, con una Estrella en el Paseo de la Fama de Hollywood, y en 2011 con el Premio Donostia del Festival Internacional de Cine de San Sebastián.Broadway y Off-Broadway musicales: Rex (Broadway, 1976), Richard Rodgers-Sheldon Harnick musical about Henry VIII Barnum (Charity Barnum, Broadway, 1980), Cy Coleman musical about Phineas T. Barnum Sunset Boulevard (Norma Desmond, Broadway, November 1994), Andrew Lloyd Webber musical based on the classic 1950 motion picture Sunset Boulevard The Play What I Wrote by Hamish McColl, Sean Foley and Eddie Braben (Lyceum Theatre, 2003) Busker Alley (Off-Broadway, 2006, one-performance benefit concert), Sherman Brothers musical based on the 1938 movie St. Martin's Lane, directed by Tony WaltonBroadway plays: Love for Love by William Congreve (New Phoenix Repertory Co. at the Helen Hayes Theatre, November 1974) The Rules of the Game by Luigi Pirandello (New Phoenix Repertory Co. at the Helen Hayes Theatre, December 1974) The Member of the Wedding by Carson McCullers (New Phoenix Repertory Co. at the Helen Hayes Theatre, December 1974) The Crucifer of Blood by Paul Giovanni (Helen Hayes Theatre, September 1978) The Real Thing by Tom Stoppard (Plymouth Theatre, December 1983) Benefactors by Michael Frayn (Brooks Atkinson Theatre, December 1985) Death and the Maiden by Ariel Dorfman (Brooks Atkinson Theatre, February 1992)Off-Broadway: The Crazy Locomotive by Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz (Chelsea Theater Center (February 1977) Uncommon Women and Others (November 1977) Wine Untouched (June 1979) The Winter Dancers (October 1979) The Singular Life of Albert Nobbs, an adaptation of George Moore's short story directed by French director Simone Benmussa, 1982. For No Good Reason / Childhood (October 1985)Los Angeles: Sunset Boulevard (musical, December 1993)London: A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams (National Theatre Lyttleton, October 2002)



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