(January 21 to March 14, 1981) She acted in Ernest Thompson's play, "The West Side Waltz," in a world premiere at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Dorothy Loudon in the cast. Noel Willman was director. This play was commissioned expressly for this theatre by the first George Seaton Award for Playwrights.
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[about her first TV interview, in 1973] I thought, can you think of any really *good* reason not to do it? Except that, oh, I'm so shy, or oh, my private life, or oh, are they going to find out how boring I am? You know? And that was the only reason *now*, in a sense, *not* to do television. Because it certainly is a method of expression, which has to be accepted as these things come along.
According to Anthony Harvey
- the director of The Lion in Winter
(1968) - she kept the Oscar she received for the film in a paper bag and in a cupboard for years after he'd delivered it to her.
Often wore slacks instead of dresses, decades before it became fashionable for women to do so