Born: July 5, 1936
Occupation: Film actress
The only people you can really share certain things with in secret are your girlfriends.
Film actors reach a certain level, but they don't get beyond it unless they work in the theater.
I did the occasional odd film, like Endless Love.
I got an agent and went up for the part of my first film, Five Gates to Hell.
I moved to LA and decided to do films and television, mainly because the theater in New York is totally dead.
I took individual photographs of Annie Liebovitz, I kept taking her picture.
It's no accident that Tony Hopkins is a wonderful film actor.
My acting career helped pull me through the rough times.
The other death for an actor is comparing yourself to other people: Forget someone else's path. Concentrate on your path. Otherwise, you get lost, and if you don't have joy in the work, forget it.
There are things that you cannot talk to your mother and father about, there are things that you cannot talk to your children about.
The thing that separates a so-so director and a great director is a love and caring for film.
My goal was not to be famous or rich but to be good at what I did. And that required going to New York and studying and working in the theater.
There's a great difference between being popular and being an artist.
This house was our dream-the gardens, the study, even the swimming pool. Even though I can't see John when I wake up in the morning, I can always feel him here with me.
“Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened.”
― Dr. Seuss