Patricia Clarkson gets real about ageism in Hollywood
In a business that puts a premium on youth and marginalizes women who dare to stick around past the age of 40, Patricia Clarkson's star just seems to be getting bigger with every passing year. On "Salon Talks," the Hollywood veteran, who has long bee...
After launching her career with small roles in films like "The Untouchables," Clarkson found breakout success in the early 2000s in critical hits including "Far From Heaven" and "The Station Agent," as well as her two time Emmy-winning turn on "Six Feet Under." Now, Clarkson's costarring with Kristin Scott Thomas and Timothy Spall in writer/director Sally Potter's new pitch black comedy of manners, "The Party."
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