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Glenn Close, 76, shows off her natural, makeup-free look and expresses admiration for her daughter who looks just like her

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Glenn Close, a remarkable actress, recently turned 76 and is still full of youthful spirit. She surprised her fans by sharing a video on Instagram, showing her natural beauty without makeup and her short white hair.

Close, famous for her role as Cruella de Vil in Disney’s “101 Dalmatians” and “102 Dalmatians,” shared a glimpse of her life, including a painting of Elizabeth I from the set of “102 Dalmatians.”

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Recording from her New York home, she expressed joy at reuniting with her dog after a busy schedule and recovering from Covid-19, which had prevented her from attending the 2023 Oscars. Close is also excited about her upcoming role in Netflix’s comedy-action film “Back in Action,” starring alongside Jamie Foxx and Cameron Diaz.

Fans from around the world have expressed admiration for Close, celebrating her talent and inspiration. One fan from Scotland praised her mesmerizing talent and another recalled her impressive theater performances before transitioning to film.

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Close’s career began in Broadway, debuting in “Love for Love” in 1974. She also voiced Norma Desmond in “Sunset Boulevard” on Broadway. Discovered by director George Roy Hill, she made her film debut in “The World According to Garp” (1982), earning her first Oscar nomination.

Despite not winning an Oscar yet, Close has received three Golden Globes, three Tony Awards, and three Primetime Emmy Awards. Her other Oscar nominations include “Fatal Attraction,” “Dangerous Liaisons,” “Albert Noobs,” and “The Wife,” where she acted alongside her daughter, Annie Starke.

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Close speaks highly of Annie, praising her strength and perspective. They shared the screen in “Father Figures” and “The Wife,” with Annie playing younger versions of Close’s characters.

On Close’s birthday, Annie posted a throwback photo with Michael Douglas and Eddie Murphy, celebrating her mother. Annie also expressed support for Close during the 91st Academy Awards, where Close was nominated for “The Wife.”

 

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Close, known for her diverse roles, recently ventured into a foreign language series, “Tehran,” on Apple+, where she learned Farsi for her role.

Despite aging in Hollywood, Close embraces her natural beauty and remains a respected figure in the industry, challenging herself with new roles and languages. Her career and talent continue to inspire and captivate audiences worldwide.

 

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