Glenn Close of 'Fatal Attraction' Says Self-Isolation Is Not a Problem for Her
Glenn Close has opened up about her lifestyle during the lockdown brought on by the worldwide COVID-19 health crisis.
While the world continues to do the best they can with the lockdown, Glen Close has addressed how she spends her days in her Montana home.
The disclosure came during a recent interview that the actress had with Hollywood Reporter. According to Glenn, she usually kicked off her day by opening up the curtains to see what the weather looked like outside.
Glenn celebrated her 45 years in Hollywood with an astonishing best actress win at the 2019 Golden Globe Awards.
Next, she would make her bed before getting dressed, letting her dog, Pip, out, giving him his breakfast, and then making some for herself.
"I'm an introvert by nature, so being alone has never been a challenge for me. I'm also lucky in a way to be alone."
Fans believe that the actress might gain some comfort from the fact that her Montana home is right next door to her younger sister Jessie's house. Closer Weekly reported that even her other sister, Tina, and brother, Sandy, also live nearby.
"To see my siblings on my birthday, I don't have any memory of the last time that happened — it was really, really special."
Her birthday celebration came several months after The Guardian reported that the "Fatal Attraction" actress enjoyed a year filled with several awards ceremonies. The award shows included but was not limited to the Baftas and the Academy Awards.
In fact, Glenn celebrated her 45 years in Hollywood with an astonishing best actress win at the 2019 Golden Globe Awards.
Closer Weekly noted that during her acceptance speech, the then-71-year-old actress encouraged all women to follow whatever brought them joy and bliss.
While her fans continue to enjoy her appearance on "The Wife," Closer Weekly added that Glenn has hopes of reenacting the role of Norma Desmond in both a Broadway theatrical and a big-screen adaptation of the musical "Sunset Boulevard."
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