Glenn Close Tells Michael Douglas to Stay "Positive"
Glenn Close worked with actor Michael Douglas all the way back in 1987 on the film Fatal Attraction. Now, the actress is sending positive thoughts to the 65-year-old, recently diagnosed with throat cancer.
“You know, just courage,” Glenn responded to OK! when asked if she had a message for her co-star.
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The 63-year-old felt sympathy as she explained that her mother also recently went through a battle with cancer.
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“You know my mother just had a big operation for cancer and she is 86 and you just have to soldier through it and keep a positive attitude,” Glenn revealed to OK! on Friday night at the Emmy Awards Performers Nominee Reception.
MICHAEL DOUGLAS BATTLING THROAT TUMOR
In the meantime, Glenn is getting ready for Sunday’s 62nd Annual Emmy Awards, where she is nominated for “Outstanding Actress in a Drama” for Damages.