Glenda Jackson

Glenda Jackson

Glenda May Jackson, CBE (born 9 May 1936) is a British Labour Party politician and former actress. She has been a Member of Parliament (MP) since 1992, and currently represents Hampstead and Kilburn. She previously served as MP for Hampstead and Highgate. After constituency changes for the 2010 general election, her majority of 42 votes was one of the closest results of the entire election.

As an actress, she won two Academy Awards for Best Actress: for Women in Love (1969) and A Touch of Class (1973).

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List Of British And Commonwealth Academy Award Winners And Nominees - Best Actress
... Geneviève Bujold Anne of the Thousand Days Nominee Jean Simmons The Happy Ending Nominee 1970 Glenda Jackson Women in Love Winner Sarah Miles Ryan's Daughter Nominee 1971 Glenda Jackson ... Miller Nominee 1972 Maggie Smith Travels with My Aunt Nominee 1973 Glenda Jackson A Touch of Class Winner 1975 Glenda Jackson Hedda Nominee 1982 Julie Andrews Victor Victoria Nominee 1983 Julie ...
Golden Globe Award For Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama - Winners and Nominees - 1970s
... Story Faye Dunaway Lou Andreas Sand Puzzle of a Downfall Child Glenda Jackson † Gudrun Brangwen Women in Love Melina Mercouri Nina Kacew Promise at Dawn Sarah Miles ... Sonata Jill Clayburgh ‡ Erica An Unmarried Woman Glenda Jackson Stevie Smith Stevie Geraldine Page ‡ Eve Interiors 1979 Sally Field † Norma Rae Webster Norma Rae Jill Clayburgh ...
Primetime Emmy Award For Outstanding Lead Actress In A Miniseries Or A Movie - Award Winners - 1970s
... The Price Lee Grant - Columbo Ransom for a Dead Man 1972 - Single Performance Glenda Jackson – "Shadow in the Sun" episode of Elizabeth R Glenda Jackson - "The Lion's Cub" episode of Elizabeth R Helen ...

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    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.
    Glenda Jackson (b. 1937)