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June 21, 2020

Joan Collins Jokes about Lockdown with a Jail Photo from Scene in 'Monte Carlo'

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Joan Collins made jokes about living in isolation by recently posting on Instagram a throwback photo of herself from a scene in the miniseries "Monte Carlo." 

In the picture, the 87-year-old actress gives off an impression of being trapped in jail. Alongside a slew of crying-laughing emojis, she captioned the post, "Still inside."

The photo, which already amassed nearly 3,000 likes as of this writing, received positive comments from her fans. One person quipped: "Hope you get out soon."

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CRITICIZING THE GOVERNMENT

As reported by Daily Mail, "Monte Carlo" originally aired as a two-night event on CBS. The miniseries saw Collins appear along with actor George Hamilton.

Earlier this month, the entertainer condemned the choice of the UK government to present new standards for people flying into the nation.

The government declared that they would need to enter a 14-day quarantine. On her Twitter page, Collins called the move absurd and unreasonable.

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UNFAIR DECISION

The actress said that a lot of families have aimlessly obeyed directions to isolate for a considerable length of time and are now being punished. In another post, Collins encouraged Home Secretary Priti Patel to reexamine.

"It's impossible to plan a family summer holiday at the end of June," she wrote. "It's unworkable, unfair and unenforceable and it's stabbing the airline and hospitality industry to death."

A series of roles as harlots and disturbed youngsters followed. Soon, Collins made a name for herself as "Britain's Bad Girl."

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RISING TO STARDOM

Collins, who was born in May 1933 in London, England, is most popular for her depictions of sexy roles, according to Britannica.

From a young age, Collins and her two siblings were exposed to the entertainment industry, attributable to their dad's profession.

Collins turned out to be particularly keen on acting and film. She made her stage debut in a 1946 production of Henrik Ibsen's "A Doll's House" while still a student.

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To supplement her allowance, Collins took modeling jobs at times. Through this work, she eventually grabbed the attention of a film agent.

Her first on-screen appearance was in an uncredited role in the 1951 British comedy film "Lady Godiva Rides Again." The next year, she received her first film credit in "Judgement Deferred."

Collins then signed a five-year contract with J. Arthur Rank's entertainment company for her part in her next movie, "I Believe in You" (1952).

A series of roles as harlots and disturbed youngsters followed. Soon, Collins made a name for herself as "Britain's Bad Girl."

Her other notable projects are "Land of the Pharaohs" (1955), "Dynasty" (1981–89), "Dynasty: The Reunion" (1991), and "Private Lives" (1992).

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