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Glenn Close : Actress Height, Weight, Age, Movies, Biography, News, Images & Videos

Glenn Close is an American actress and producer. "Long considered one of the great actresses of our time", according to Vanity Fair Magazine, she is the recipient of numerous accolades, including three Primetime Emmy Awards, three Tony Awards, and three Golden Globe Awards

Glenn Close
Name : Glenn Close
Glenn Close
Birth Date : 19 March 1947
Birth Place : Greenwich, Connecticut, United States
Nationality : American
Height : 1.65 m
Occupation : Actress
Instagram : @glennclose


Glenn Close Movies and TV Shows

  • 101 Dalmatians [27 November 1996 (USA)]

    Anita, a fashion designer, and Roger, a computer game writer, have to rescue the puppies of their dalmatians from Cruella De Vil, an insane woman, who wants to use their fur to make a coat.

  • 102 Dalmatians [22 November 2000 (USA)]

    Cruella transforms into a good woman after she leaves prison. However, the sound of Big Ben causes her to go back to her devious ways and she decides to kidnap 102 Dalmatian puppies for a new coat.

  • 5 to 7 [16 April 2015 (Russia)]

    A young writer (Anton Yelchin) begins an affair with an older woman (Bérénice Marlohe) from France whose open marriage to a diplomat (Lambert Wilson) dictates that they can meet only between the hours of 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

  • Air Force One [21 July 1997 (Century City)]

    The president of the USA is returning home from Moscow when his plane, Air Force One, is hijacked and he finds himself in a do-or-die hostage situation.

  • Albert Nobbs [26 December 2011 (New Zealand)]

    Albert Nobbs works in a posh hotel and struggles to lead an independent life in Ireland. He meets a handsome painter who comes to know of his real identity that he's been hiding.

  • Anesthesia [8 January 2016 (USA)]

    The lives of a self-destructive student (Kristen Stewart), a hard-drinking housewife (Gretchen Mol) and an impoverished junkie (K. Todd Freeman) are linked to the brutal attack of a Columbia University philosophy professor (Sam Waterston).

  • Cookie's Fortune [2 April 1999 (USA)]

    After learning that her aunt, an elderly Mississippi widow (Patricia Neal), has taken her own life, Camille (Glenn Close) hatches an unusual postmortem plan. With her sister (Julianne Moore) in tow, Camille hides evidence that points to suicide, deciding instead to make the death look like a murder. Her scheme, fueled by vanity and greed, is not victimless, as it appears that a local handyman (Charles S. Dutton) might take the fall for a crime that never occurred.… MORE

  • Crooked House [31 October 2017 (Italy)]

    Charles, a detective, is called to solve a murder case. He finds that the victim is his former lover's grandfather and that most of the evidence point towards her being a potential suspect.

  • Dangerous Liaisons [11 December 1988 (USA)]

    Rich and bored aristocrats in Rococo France play high-stakes games of passion and betrayal.

  • Evening [29 June 2007 (USA)]

    An old woman shares and recalls her greatest regret in love with her two daughters that will change their lives forever.

  • Fatal Attraction [11 September 1987 (USA)]

    Dan Gallagher, a married lawyer, gets into an extra-marital affair with his colleague Alex. She gets obsessed with him and tries to sabotage his married life.

  • Father Figures [13 December 2017 (USA)]

    Two brothers realise that their mother has been lying to them about their father. As a result, they set out on a road trip to meet different men who can potentially be their long-lost parent.

  • Four Good Days [25 January 2020]

    Four Good Days is an 2020 American drama film, directed and produced by Rodrigo García, from a screenplay by García and Eli Saslow, based upon Saslow's 2016 Washington Post article "How’s Amanda? A story of truth, lies and an American addiction". It stars Glenn Close, Mila Kunis, Stephen Root and Joshua Leonard.

  • Guardians of the Galaxy [8 August 2014 (India)]

    Peter escapes from the planet Morag with a valuable orb that Ronan the Accuser wants. He eventually forms a group with unwilling heroes to stop Ronan.

  • Hamlet [19 December 1990]

    Franco Zeffirelli's adaptation of Shakespeare's tragedy about the young prince of Denmark who is plagued by indecision when he vows to avenge his father's murder. Filmed on location around the UK, including Stonehaven in Scotland, the film boasts an impressive ensemble cast.

  • Heights [24 January 2005]

    Isabel (Elizabeth Banks), an aspiring photojournalist who pays her bills with weddings jobs, is unsure about her upcoming wedding to Jonathan (James Marsden), a Jewish lawyer. Her mother, Diana (Glenn Close), an Oscar-winning actress, is becoming increasingly unhappy in her open marriage and has begun flirting with a much younger actor, Alec (Jesse Bradford). Over a 24-hour period, Isabel, Diana and the people around them are forced to reevaluate their lives and their relationships.… MORE

  • Hillbilly Elegy [November 2020]

    Hillbilly Elegy is an upcoming American drama film directed by Ron Howard and based on the memoir of the same name by J. D. Vance. It stars Glenn Close, Amy Adams, Gabriel Basso, Haley Bennett and Freida Pinto. The film is scheduled to be released sometime in November 2020 by Netflix.

  • Hoodwinked! [16 December 2005 (Los Angeles)]

    Grizzly (Xzibit) and Stork (Anthony Anderson) are critter cops who are investigating a disturbance of the peace at between Granny (Glenn Close), her granddaughter Little Red Riding Hood (Anne Hathaway), a Big Bad Wolf (Patrick Warburton) and a Woodsman (James Belushi). As the duo interviews the parties involved they suspect Granny is not as helpless as she lets on, Red has hidden motives, Wolf is not much of a predator and the Woodsman might be as dense as the tress he cuts down.… MORE

  • Hook [8 December 1991 (Hollywood)]

    When Peter Pan's children are abducted by Captain Hook, he is forced to return to Neverland. With some help from Tinkerbell and the Lost Boys, he must battle against his old foe to save his kids.

  • Immediate Family [27 October 1989]

    A pregnant Lucy promises to give her child to an elderly couple when she meets them at an adoption agency. But she refuses to part with the baby once it is born.

  • Jagged Edge [5 September 1985]

    Paige, a rich heiress, is murdered and her husband Jack is arrested. Jack appoints Teddy, a lawyer with an impeccable record, to represent him and soon she starts falling in love with him.

  • Le Divorce [8 August 2003]

    Isabel Walker learns that her poetess sister Roxy has been left by her French husband and decides to help her get out of her misery. Things change when a mysterious man starts stalking Roxy.

  • Low Down [30 January 2014 (TN)]

    A look at the life of jazz musician Joe Albany in 1970s Hollywood. As he tries to balance his musical ambition with his devotion to his daughter, Joe struggles to cope with a devastating addiction to heroin.

  • Mars Attacks! [13 December 1996 (USA)]

    An army of aliens from Mars visit Earth and meet the president of the United states under peaceful pretences. However, they reveal their true intentions when they start attacking cities.

  • Mary Reilly [6 June 1996 (South Korea)]

    Mary Reilly, an Irish girl, starts working as a maid for a reputed and rich doctor, Dr. Henry Jekyll. Her life changes when she falls in love with the doctor.

  • Maxie [11 September 1985]

    A San Francisco librarian's (Mandy Patinkin) wife (Glenn Close) shares her body with the ghost of a Roaring '20s flapper.

  • Meeting Venus [18 September 1991 (France)]

    An opera star (Glenn Close) falls for a married Hungarian conductor (Niels Arestrup) trying to do Wagner's "Tannhauser."

  • Nine Lives [24 January 2005]

    The lives of nine women occasionally overlap as they deal with unfaithfulness, loss, romance and parenthood. Cancer patient Camille (Kathy Baker) has a difficult time facing her life-threatening disease, prisoner Sandra (Elpidia Carrillo) desperately looks forward to seeing her child on visiting day, Maggie (Glenn Close) and her daughter have a heart-to-heart conversation in a graveyard and Sonia (Holly Hunter) is enraged when she realizes her boyfriend is seeing another woman.… MORE

  • Paradise Road [15 August 1997 (South Korea)]

    A group of foreign women -- including an educated British musician (Glenn Close), an Australian nurse (Cate Blanchett) and an American socialite (Julianna Margulies) -- leave Singapore during World War II. When their boat is attacked, they wash up in Japanese-occupied Sumatra and end up in a POW camp. Conditions there are grim, with prisoners brutally punished for minor violations. But the captives soon decide to form a singing group that just may lift these very different women out of misery.… MORE

  • Reversal of Fortune [October 1990 (USA)]

    Based on a true story, in which a brilliant professor of law is hired by a wealthy socialite to attempt to overturn his two convictions for attempted murder of his extremely wealthy wife.

  • Sarah, Plain and Tall [1991]

    In 1910 Kansas, widowed farmer Jacob Witting (Christopher Walken) is having a hard time raising his children and running his farm without the help of a wife. He puts an ad in the paper for a bride to help him, and gets a response from a woman named Sarah (Glenn Close), who only describes herself as "plain and tall." Sarah travels to the farm for a one-month trial period, but finds Jacob's stubborn attitude and his daughter's view of her as a replacement mother difficult to bear.… MORE

  • Sarah, Plain and Tall: Winter's End [21 November 1999]

    In this final chapter of the "Sarah, Plain and Tall" series, Sarah Witting (Glenn Close) and her husband, Jacob (Christopher Walken), are taken by surprise when Jacob's father, John (Jack Palance), who abandoned his son and family many years earlier, returns to live with the Wittings as he faces the end of his life. As Jacob struggles to reconcile with John, the Wittings' children face troubles of their own, leaving Sarah alone to lead her family through their travails in rural 1920s Kansas.… MORE

  • Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story [6 February 1995 (USA)]

    Colonel Margarethe Cammermeyer (Glenn Close) is a dedicated mother and medical officer who has spent most of her life serving in the United States military. However, after she falls in love with another woman, Diane (Judy Davis), and reveals during a routine interview that she's a lesbian, she's discharged for violating the military's "immoral conduct" policy. Feeling betrayed, Margarethe fights back, taking her case to court and becoming a reluctant but powerful voice against discrimination.… MORE

  • Something About Amelia [9 January 1984]

    Shame and fear have kept Amelia Bennett (Roxana Zal) silent about the sexual molestation she's been suffering at the hands of her father, Steven (Ted Danson). But as Amelia starts to believe that Steven might harm her younger sibling in similar ways, she unburdens herself of her awful secret. Confronted with this horrifying piece of news, Steven's wife, Gail (Glenn Close), can't believe it's true, and he professes his innocence. But as new details emerge, the family is shaken to its core.… MORE

  • Tarzan [12 June 1999 (Los Angeles)]

    Tarzan, an orphan raised by mountain gorillas, rescues a woman explorer, Jane. After realising that he's a human, Tarzan must choose between civilization and the jungle life.

  • The Big Chill [28 September 1983 (USA)]

    After the funeral of Alex, a group of his former college friends gather for a reunion where they remember some of their best times but are forced to re-evaluate their lives.

  • The Chumscrubber [26 August 2005]

    After a friend who sells prescription medication is killed, Dean (Jamie Bell) is confronted by Billy (Justin Chatwin), the high-school drug dealer, who demands he hand over the remaining stash. Dean refuses, causing Billy and his partner to plot to kidnap his younger brother, Charlie (Rory Culkin). However, unaware of what Charlie looks like, they accidentally abduct another boy. When neither parents nor law enforcement believes his story, Dean is forced to go on a rescue mission.… MORE

  • The Girl with All the Gifts [23 September 2016 (United Kingdom)]

    One of several children immune to a mutated fungal disease that has eradicated free will and turned the rest of humanity into cannibalistic zombies, a gifted young girl escapes the safety of a special school and helps guide mankind's survival.

  • The Great Gilly Hopkins [7 October 2016 (USA)]

    Young and feisty Gilly Hopkins (Sophie Nélisse) devises a scheme to escape from her new foster home and reunite with her birth mother.

  • The House of the Spirits [18 September 1998]

    Academy Award winners Meryl Streep, Renee Zellweger, and William Hurt embark on a journey of love and self - discovery.

  • The Lion in Winter [26 December 2003 (United Kingdom)]

    The Lion in Winter is a 2003 made-for-television remake of the 1966 stage play of the same name and of the original 1968 screen version of the play which had featured Peter O'Toole and Katharine Hepburn. The remake was first shown on December 26, 2003 in the U.K. and premiered on U.S. television on May 26, 2004.

  • The Natural [11 May 1984 (USA)]

    A struggling baseball team in the 1930s soars to the top of the league when they are joined by Roy Hobbs, a middle-aged player with a mysterious past and a bat made out of a tree struck by lightning.

  • The Paper [18 March 1994 (USA)]

    Henry works as an editor for a tabloid. Due to his busy schedule, he is unable to spend time with his wife. He decides to change job, but a gripping story comes his way, questioning his decision.

  • The Safety of Objects [24 April 2001 (USA)]

    Esther Gold is concerned about looking after her comatose son. She neglects her husband and daughter. Lawyer Jim is only devoted to his career and not his family. Helen desires to energise her life.

  • The Stepford Wives [11 June 2004 (USA)]

    A young couple migrates from Manhattan to the upper-class suburb of Stepford in Connecticut. Once there, they soon discover that the men are replacing their wives with compliant robots.

  • The Stone Boy [4 April 1984]

    While hunting one morning, farm boy Arnold (Jason Presson) accidentally shoots and kills his brother after his gun becomes stuck in a fence. When he tells his parents, Joe (Robert Duvall) and Ruth (Glenn Close), what happened, they react with a mixture of shock and anger. Arnold is deeply disturbed, finding himself unable to speak or communicate in any way. His grandfather (Wilford Brimley) is compassionate, but Arnold still runs away from his Montana home to Reno, Nev., looking for escape.… MORE

  • The Wife [15 January 2018 (Russia)]

    Joan and Joe remain complements after nearly 40 years of marriage. Where Joe is casual, Joan is elegant. Where Joe is vain, Joan is self-effacing. And where Joe enjoys his very public role as the great American novelist, Joan pours her considerable intellect, grace, charm and diplomacy into the private role of a great man's wife. As Joe is about to be awarded the Nobel Prize for his acclaimed and prolific body of work, Joan starts to think about the shared compromises, secrets and betrayals.… MORE

  • The Wilde Wedding [15 September 2017 (USA)]

    After a whirlwind courtship, retired movie star Eve Wilde prepares to marry her fourth husband, the renowned English writer Harold Alcott. Sparks soon begin to fly when Eve's first ex and other guests arrive at her estate for a weekend get-together.

  • The World According to Garp [23 July 1982 (USA)]

    A nurse during World War II, Jenny Fields (Glenn Close) conceives with a dying pilot and bears a boy named T.S. Garp (Robin Williams) whom she raises alone. When Garp grows up, he has some success writing fiction, but not nearly so much as his mother has with feminist-themed nonfiction. Rich and famous, she starts a center for troubled women, and while Garp marries and has children, he remains a constant, if somewhat critical, observer of the strange community that forms around Jenny.… MORE

  • Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her [27 May 2000 (South Korea)]

    In California, a group of women struggle with personal problems as their paths intertwine in unexpected ways. Dr. Elaine Keener (Glenn Close), the sole caretaker for her aging mother, turns to tarot card reader Christine (Cameron Diaz) for spiritual aid. Christine grapples with her own angst due to her lover's debilitating illness. Meanwhile, a bank manager (Holly Hunter) deals with an unwanted pregnancy, two sisters pursue romantic interests and a housewife gets back into the dating game.… MORE

  • What Happened to Monday [30 August 2017 (France)]

    In a world where families are allowed only one child due to overpopulation, resourceful identical septuplets must avoid governmental execution and dangerous infighting while investigating the disappearance of one of their own.

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FAQs About Glenn Close

What is birthdate of Glenn Close?

- 19 March 1947.

What is BirthPlace of Glenn Close?

- Greenwich, Connecticut, United States.

What is Nationality of Glenn Close?

- American .

What is Height of Glenn Close?

- 1.65 m.

What is Age of Glenn Close?

- 76.

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