"As an actress Glenda Jackson was quoted as saying
"My money goes to my agent, then to my accountant and from him to the tax man"
She is also quoted as saying
"I used to believe that anything was better than nothing. Now I know that sometimes nothing is better""
I know I'm forbidden to reference 60s movies, but she REALLY deserves more credit for her performances in Marat Sade and Women In Love.
That being said, her films from the 70s are The Music Lovers, Mary Queen of Scots, Sunday Bloody Sunday, A Touch of Class, The Romantic Englishwoman and House Calls. She's also known for the 1971 BBC drama Elizabeth R. Glenda retired from movies in 92, and since then has been an MP in the British Labour Party. How awesome is this woman, seriousl"
""Acting is not about dressing up. Acting is about stripping bare. The whole essence of learning lines is to forget them so you can make them sound like you thought of them that instant. And acting provides the fulfillment of never being fulfilled: you're never as good as you'd like to be, so there is always something to hope for.""