Glenn Close Along With Daughter Annie Starke And Husband Marc Aldu Attended Sony’s Pre-Oscars Party

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With a happy smiley face, Glenn Close arrived at the Giorgio Armani’s Pre-Oscars Party on February 23 in Los Angeles. In turn, the still gorgeous lady Glenn at the Armani’s Pre-Oscar Party on Saturday night gets honored.

Glenn Close arrives at Armani’s Pre-Oscar Party; Source: Just Jared 

Eventually, she got the acquaintance of her daughter Annie Starke and The Wife director Bjorn Runge, at the event.

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Most importantly, Glenn and her husband Marc Aldu stole the show as together they attended the Sony’s Pre-Oscars Party at STK Los Angeles.

Glenn Close and Samuel L. Jackson; Source: Just Jared 

The 71-year-old Oscar-nominated actress looked beautiful as well as stunning in the black suit as she stepped on the floor of the party held in honor of her performance in 2017 Drama film, The Wife.

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In addition, attendance of other A-stars at the party included Jeff Goldblum and wife Emilie LivingstonCheryl Hines and husband Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Also, Samuel L. Jackson and Bohemian Rhapsody‘s Allen Leech made a surprise appearance at the event.

As a matter of fact, the film already bagged the four major nominations including two wins in 2019. Surprisingly, all the nominations and wins came along the marvelous acting performance of the beautiful old lady.

The Wife co-star, Glenn looked happy as she got the nomination for a Leading Actress for her contribution to the movie.

Glenn Close | The Wife; Source: envelope.latimes

Likewise, at 2019 British Academy Of Film And Television Arts (BAFTA), she got the actress for leading role nomination.

Apart from that, Glenn won the ‘Outstanding Performance By A Female Actor In A Leading Role‘ award at the 2019 Screen Actors Guild.

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Last but not least, Close brought home the Golden Globe for ‘Best Performance By An Actress In A Motion Picture – Drama’ for her performance in The Wife.