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  • Glenn Close poses for a portrait during the 2005 Sundance Film Festival, Jan. 25, 2005, in Park City, Utah.
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  • Glenn Close is seen in her senior year class photo from Rosemary Hall in Greenwich, Conn., circa 1965.
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  • Glenn Close, as Jenny Fields, in a scene from "The World According to Garp." <br><br>Close received her first Academy Award nomination for her supporting role in the film.
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  • Glenn Close and husband James Marlas attend the 38th annual Tony Awards nominee luncheon, May 20, 1984, at Sardi's Restaurant in New York City. </br></br>Marlas and Close were married only three years before parting ways in 1987.
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  • Jeremy Irons and Glenn Close during the after party for "Hurlyburly," June 14, 1984, at Hisae Restaurant in New York City.
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  • Michael Douglas, left, as Dan Gallagher, and Glenn Close, as Alex Forrest, in a scene from "Fatal Attraction." </br></br>Close received her first Oscar nomination for best actress for her role as a love-crazed stalker, Alex Forrest, but lost out to Cher that year.
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  • Glenn Close, as Marquise de Merteuil, and John Malkovich, as Vicomte de Valmont, in a scene from "Dangerous Liaisons."
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  • Hockey player Cam Neely and actress Glenn Close attend the 46th annual Tony Awards, May 31, 1992, at the Gershwin Theatre in New York City. </br></br>Neely and Close dated briefly in the early 90's before going their separate ways.
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  • Glenn Close holds her Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical, June 4, 1995, in New York City. <br><br>Close won for her performance in "Sunset Boulevard," Andrew Lloyd Webber's adaptation of one of Hollywood's most famous films.
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  • Glenn Close portrays the wicked villainess, Cruella De Vil, in a scene from the live-action version of Disney's "101 Dalmatians." <br><br>Close would later go on to reprise her role as De Vil in the sequel, "102 Dalmatians."
  • Actress Glenn Close and daughter Annie Starke attend the "Flubber" premiere, Nov. 16, 1997, at the Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music &amp; Art and Performing Arts in New York City. <br><br>Starke is the only daughter of Close whom she had with producer John Starke.
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  • Glenn Close voiced Kala, right, the gorilla that raised Tarzan, in the Disney animated film, "Tarzan," based on Edgar Burroughs' classic novel, "Tarzan of the Apes."
  • Glenn Close, as Nellie Forbush, and Simon Burke, right, as Harbison, in the made-for-television movie, "South Pacific," based on the Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical of the same name.
  • Glenn Close performs at V Day, a gala benefit of Eve Ensler's "The Vagina Monologues," at Madison Square Garden in New York City, Feb. 10, 2001.
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  • Glenn Close speaks on opening night of the Democratic National Convention, July 26, 2004, at the FleetCenter in Boston, Massachusetts. </br></br>Having grown up in a Democratic family, Close has donated to several campaigns including those of Hillary Clinton and former President Barack Obama.
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  • Glenn Close accepts the award for best actress in a mini-series or motion picture made for television for her role in "The Lion in Winter" at the 62nd annual Golden Globe awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, Jan. 16, 2005, in Beverly Hills, California.
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  • Glenn Close, left, as Patty Hewes, and Marcia Gay Harden, as Claire Maddox, in a scene from "Damages." </br></br>The legal drama aired for five seasons and earned Close her second Golden Globe win.
  • Glenn Close appeared on "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," which traveled to Ottawa, Kansas, Nov. 4, 2011, to surprise the Hill family with a knock that could change their lives. </br></br>Close personally nominated the family of a former soldier suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder for the makeover.
  • Glenn Close, with her husband David Shaw, attend the State Department dinner for The Kennedy Center Honors, Dec. 1, 2012, in Washington, D.C. </br></br>The couple were married nine years before divorcing in 2015.
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  • Glenn Close attends a press conference announcing that Fountain House, an organization that assists people living with mental illness, has won a humanitarian award of $1.5 million dollars from the Hilton Prize, at the Fountain House, July 18, 2014, in New York City. </br></br>Close, an avid supporter of the cause to help people with mental illness, is founder and chairperson of BringChange2Mind, a campaign to help eradicate stigma and discrimination around mental illness. The actress sequenced her DNA in effort to publicize her family's history with mental illness.
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  • Glenn Close attends the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar party hosted by Graydon Carter, March 2, 2014, in West Hollywood, California.
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  • Glenn Close, as Nova Prime, in a scene from "Guardians of the Galaxy."
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  • Glenn Close and daughter Annie Starke attend the opening-night after party for Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Sunset Boulevard" at Cipriani restaurant, Feb. 9, 2017, in New York City.
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  • Glenn Close during the opening night curtain call for Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Sunset Boulevard" at the Palace Theatre, Feb. 9, 2017, in New York City.
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