She acted in Terrence McNally's play, "Frankie & Johnny In the Claire De Lune," at the Comedy Theatre in London, England with Brian Cox in the cast. Paul Benedict was director.
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[on her autobiography] I wrote every single word of it and I loved the process, but I kind of ended the book before my career really took off. 'm not really interested in writing about my career because you have to be honest, and you can't exactly write, "So-and-so was a right little s***." I mean, that wouldn't be right, would it?
Has turned down Hollywood several times. After her breakout role in Educating Rita
(1983) she was given an agent in the US and offered several scripts. However, she disliked most of them and decided on a career in the UK, which focused on stage plays and television projects. It wasn't until the new millennium that she began pursuing film roles and appeared in several movies that were box office ...