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Glenda Jackson

Reviews and pictures of actress Glenda Jackson naked in "Sunday Bloody Sunday" and "Negatives".
Glenda Jackson

Born: 1936   Country: United Kingdom

A prolific award-winning actress and later member of parliament, though no great beauty Glenda was a committed and passionate performer and a pioneer in showing her pubic hair in serious screen drama.

Glenda May Jackson, CBE (born 9 May 1936) is a British Labour Party politician and former actress. She first became a Member of Parliament (MP) in 1992, and currently represents Hampstead and Kilburn.As a professional actress from the late 1950s, she spent four years as a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company from 1964, being particularly associated with the work of director Peter Brook. During her film career, she won two Academy Awards for Best Actress: for Women in Love (1970) and A Touch of Class (1973). She appeared in several other award winning performances such as Alex in the film Sunday Bloody Sunday (1971) and the BBC television serial Elizabeth R (also 1971); for the latter she received an Emmy.Before 2010, Jackson was the MP for Hampstead and Highgate, and early in the government of Tony Blair served as a Junior Transport minister from 1997 to 1999, later becoming critical of Blair. After constituency boundary changes for the 2010 general election, her majority of 42 votes was one of the closest results of the entire election. She announced in 2011 that she will stand down as an MP at the next general election.   snippet from Wikipedia


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Filmography

The Extra Day (William Fairchild, UK, 1956) (aged 20)

ITV Play of the Week S03E16: A Voice in Vision (Peter Graham Scott, 1957) (as Iris Jones aged 21)

ITV Play of the Week S06E29: Doctor Everyman's Hour (Peter Graham Scott, 1961) (as Jurywoman aged 25)

This Sporting Life (Lindsay Anderson, UK, 1963) (aged 27)

Z Cars S02E33: By the Book (Anthony Page, 1963) (as WPC Fernley aged 27)

Z Cars S02E21: Act of Vengeance (Roger Jenkins, 1963) (as Hospital Nurse aged 27)

The Wednesday Play S01E18: Horror of Darkness (Anthony Page, UK, 1965) (as Cathy aged 29)

Girl Talk S00E00: Episode dated 8 December 1966 (1966) (as Herself aged 30)

The Benefit of the Doubt (Peter Whitehead, UK, 1967) (as Bit Part aged 31)

Marat/Sade (Peter Brook, UK, 1967) (as Charlotte Corday aged 31)

Half Hour Story S01E09: Which of These Two Ladies Is He Married To? (Alan Clarke, UK, 1967) (as Claire Foley aged 31)

# Negatives (Peter Medak, UK, 1968) (featuring Glenda Jackson as Vivien aged 32)

with Peter McEnery, Diane Cilento, Billy Russell, Norman Rossington, Stephen Lewis and Maurice Denham

Glenda Jackson from Negatives

An undeservedly obscure 'sixties piece in which Peter McEnery and Glenda play deranged dress-up poisoning games as Dr. Crippen and his mistress Ethel Le Neve. Diane Cilento is the blonde snapper.

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Armchair Theatre S08E24: Home Movies (Robert Tronson, 1968) (aged 32)

Tell Me Lies (Peter Brook, UK, 1968) (as Guest aged 32)

The Wednesday Play S01E: Let's Murder Vivaldi (Alan Bridges, UK, 1968) (as Julie aged 32)

ITV Sunday Night Theatre S01E30: Salve Regina (David Saire, UK, 1969) (as Marina Palek aged 33)

Women in Love (Ken Russell, UK, 1969) (as Gudrun Brangwen aged 33)

BBC Play of the Month S05E07: Howards End (Donald McWhinnie, UK, 1970) (aged 34)

The Music Lovers (Ken Russell, UK, 1970) (as Nina (Antonina Milyukova) aged 34)

The Morecambe & Wise Show S05E05: Episode #5.5 (1971) (as Herself aged 35)

Mary, Queen of Scots (Charles Jarrott, UK, 1971) (as Queen Elizabeth aged 35)

# Sunday Bloody Sunday (John Schlesinger, UK, 1971) (featuring Glenda Jackson as Alex Greville aged 35)

with Peter Finch, Murray Head, Peggy Ashcroft, Tony Britton, Maurice Denham, Bessie Love, Vivian Pickles, Frank Windsor, Thomas Baptiste and Richard Pearson

Glenda Jackson from Sunday Bloody Sunday

A deeply depressing British drama about supposedly mature and worldly-wise adults who conduct their love affairs with the irresponsibility of infant children, consequently with deleterious effects on the younger generation. Telling dialogue from Glenda: 'How many times have I told you not to run across the road!' [five seconds later, runs across road].

Anyway, here are three brief bed scenes where Glenda exposes bits and bobs. I leave it to you to raise brightness/contrast where appropriate.

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Elizabeth R S01E01: The Lion's Cub (Claude Whatham, 1971) (as Queen Elizabeth I aged 35)

Elizabeth R S01E02: The Marriage Game (Herbert Wise, 1971) (as Queen Elizabeth I aged 35)

Elizabeth R S01E06: Sweet England's Pride (Roderick Graham, 1971) (as Queen Elizabeth I aged 35)

Elizabeth R S01E03: Shadow in the Sun (Richard Martin, 1971) (as Queen Elizabeth I aged 35)

Elizabeth R S01E04: Horrible Conspiracies (Roderick Graham, 1971) (as Queen Elizabeth I aged 35)

Elizabeth R S01E05: The Enterprise of England (Donald McWhinnie, 1971) (as Queen Elizabeth I aged 35)

The Boy Friend (Ken Russell, UK, 1971) (aged 35)

Film Night S00E00: Film Night Special: John Schlesinger (1971) (as Herself aged 35)

The David Frost Show S03E85: Episode #3.85 (1971) (as Herself aged 35)

The Morecambe & Wise Show S07E00: 1972 Christmas Show (Ed Stuart, UK, 1972) (as Herself aged 36)

The Triple Echo (Michael Apted, UK, 1972) (as Alice aged 36)

Greenwich Village (UK, 1972) (as Herself aged 36)

Full House S00E00: Episode dated 17 March 1973 (1973) (as Herself - Poem reader aged 37)

A Touch of Class (Melvin Frank, UK, 1973) (as Vickie Allessio aged 37)

Bequest to the Nation (James Cellan Jones, UK, 1973) (as Lady Hamilton aged 37)

The Tempter (Damiano Damiani, Italy, 1974) (as Sister Geraldine aged 38)

The Romantic Englishwoman (Joseph Losey, France, 1975) (as Elizabeth aged 39)

Hedda (Trevor Nunn, UK, 1975) (as Hedda Gabler aged 39)

Dinah! S01E: Episode #1.129 (1975) (as Herself aged 39)

The 47th Annual Academy Awards (Marty Pasetta, USA, 1975) (aged 39)

The Maids (Christopher Miles, UK, 1975) (as Solange aged 39)

The Incredible Sarah (Richard Fleischer, UK, 1976) (as Sarah Bernhardt aged 40)

The Mike Douglas Show S00E00: Episode dated 19 November 1976 (1976) (as Herself aged 40)

Les rendez-vous du dimanche S00E00: Episode dated 23 May 1976 (Rémy Grumbach, 1976) (as Herself aged 40)

Night of 100 Stars (UK, 1977) (aged 41)

Nasty Habits (Michael Lindsay-Hogg, UK, 1977) (as Sister Alexandra aged 41)

Stevie (Robert Enders, UK, 1978) (as Stevie Smith aged 42)

House Calls (Howard Zieff, USA, 1978) (as Ann Atkinson aged 42)

Clapper Board S00E00: Glenda Jackson (Mike Becker, 1978) (as Herself aged 42)

Parkinson S00E00: Episode dated 29 May 1978 (1978) (as Herself aged 42)

Lost and Found (Melvin Frank, UK, 1979) (as Tricia aged 43)

Saturday Night at the Mill S04E10: Episode #4.10 (Roy Norton, 1979) (as Herself aged 43)

The Morecambe & Wise Show S00E00: Christmas with Eric & Ernie 1979 (1979) (as Herself aged 43)

Clapper Board S00E00: Episode dated 1 January 1979 (Dave Warwick, 1979) (as Herself aged 43)

The Class of Miss MacMichael (Silvio Narizzano, UK, 1979) (as Conor MacMichael aged 43)

It'll Be Alright on the Night 2 (UK, 1979) (as Herself - Guest aged 43)

The Morecambe & Wise Show S00E00: 1980 Christmas Show (John Ammonds, 1980) (as Woman Kissed by Eric aged 44)

The Muppet Show S05E07: Glenda Jackson (1980) (as Herself aged 44)

HealtH (Robert Altman, USA, 1980) (as Isabella Garnell aged 44)

Hopscotch (Ronald Neame, USA, 1980) (as Isobel aged 44)

The Patricia Neal Story (USA, 1981) (as Patricia Neal aged 45)

All-Star Party for Carol Burnett (Dick McDonough, USA, 1982) (as Herself aged 46)

Giro City (Karl Francis, UK, 1982) (as Sophie aged 46)

Man-made Famine (David Crossman, UK, 1982) (aged 46)

The Return of the Soldier (Alan Bridges, UK, 1982) (as Margaret Grey aged 46)

Let Poland Be Poland (Marty Pasetta, USA, 1982) (as Herself aged 46)

Sakharov (Jack Gold, UK, 1984) (as Yelena Bonner (Sakharova) aged 48)

Wogan S00E00: Wogan's Women (Kevin Bishop, 1984) (as Herself aged 48)

Turtle Diary (John Irvin, UK, 1985) (as Neaera Duncan aged 49)

Aspel & Company S04E10: Episode #4.10 (UK, 1987) (as Herself aged 51)

Beyond Therapy (Robert Altman, USA, 1987) (as Charlotte aged 51)

Business as Usual (Lezli-An Barrett, UK, 1988) (aged 52)

The 42nd Annual Tony Awards (Walter C. Miller, USA, 1988) (aged 52)

Salome's Last Dance (Ken Russell, UK, 1988) (as Herodias / Lady Alice aged 52)

American Playhouse S07E01: Strange Interlude (Herbert Wise, UK, 1988) (as Nina Leeds aged 52)

La lluna S01E05: Episode #1.5 (Sergi Schaaff, 1989) (as Herself aged 53)

An Invitation to Remember S00E00: Glenda Jackson (1989) (as Herself aged 53)

Doombeach (Colin Finbow, UK, 1989) (as Miss aged 53)

The Rainbow (Ken Russell, UK, 1989) (as Anna / Anna Brangwen aged 53)

King of the Wind (Peter Duffell, UK, 1990) (as Queen Caroline aged 54)

The Real Story of Humpty Dumpty (Canada, 1990) (as Glitch the Witch (voice) aged 54)

La parada S01E20: Episode #1.20 (Josep Maria Bachs, 1990) (as Herself aged 54)

The Talk Show with Clive James S01E03: Episode #1.3 (1990) (as Herself aged 54)

The London Programme S00E00: The Show Must Go On? (Asif Zubairy, 1990) (as Herself aged 54)

T-Bag's Christmas Ding Dong (Glyn Edwards, UK, 1990) (as Vanity Bag aged 54)

A Murder of Quality (Gavin Millar, UK, 1991) (as Ailsa Brimley aged 55)

Comic Relief (Malcolm Dalton, UK, 1991) (aged 55)

Question Time S00E00: Episode dated 6 June 1991 (1991) (as Herself aged 55)

The House of Bernarda Alba (UK, 1991) (as Bernarda aged 55)

Election 92 (UK, 1992) (aged 56)

Light the Darkness (UK, 1992) (as Herself aged 56)

Question Time S00E00: Episode dated 3 December 1992 (1992) (as Herself aged 56)

The Secret Life of Arnold Bax (Ken Russell, UK, 1992) (as Harriet Cohen aged 56)

World in Action S28E21: The Dirty War (1992) (as Herself aged 56)

Without Walls S00E00: The Obituary Show - Oliver Reed (Don Coutts, UK, 1993) (as Herself aged 57)

A Week in Politics S00E00: Episode dated 11 December 1993 (1993) (as Herself aged 57)

Querida Concha S00E00: Episode dated 13 June 1993 (1993) (as Herself aged 57)

The First Annual Comedy Hall of Fame (Allan Kartun, USA, 1993) (aged 57)

A Wave of Passion: The Life of Alexandra Kollontai (Ken Cooper, UK, 1994) (as Alexandra Kollontai (voice) aged 58)

Have I Got News for You S08E06: Episode #8.6 (UK, 1994) (as Herself aged 58)

Question Time S00E00: Episode dated 3 March 1994 (1994) (as Herself aged 58)

This Morning S00E00: Episode dated 25 May 1996 (1996) (as Herself - Guest aged 60)

Question Time S00E00: Episode dated 6 June 1996 (1996) (as Herself aged 60)

Omnibus S00E00: Bring Me Sunshine: The Heart and Soul of Eric Morecambe (Bill Eagles, UK, 1998) (as Herself aged 62)

The 11 O'Clock Show S03E01: Episode #3.1 (Claire Michel, 1999) (as Herself aged 63)

So Graham Norton S03E03: Episode #3.3 (Steve Smith, UK, 1999) (as Herself aged 63)

Have I Got News for You S18E03: Episode #18.3 (Paul Wheeler, UK, 1999) (as Herself aged 63)

Ruby S03E07: Episode #3.7 (1999) (as Herself aged 63)

An Audience with Diana Ross (Ian Hamilton, UK, 1999) (aged 63)

Jerry Springer on Sunday (UK, 1999) (as Herself aged 63)

William Shakespeare (UK, 2000) (as M.P. aged 64)

The Sunday Programme S00E00: Episode dated 16 January 2000 (2000) (as Herself aged 64)

Live Talk S01E07: Episode #1.7 (UK, 2000) (as Herself (voice) aged 64)

I Love a 1970's Christmas (UK, 2000) (aged 64)

The Sunday Programme S00E00: Episode dated 20 October 2002 (2002) (as Herself aged 66)

The Sunday Programme S00E00: Episode dated 23 March 2003 (2003) (as Herself aged 67)

The Sunday Programme S00E00: Episode dated 19 October 2003 (2003) (as Herself aged 67)

Have I Got News for You S25E01: Episode #25.1 (UK, 2003) (as Herself aged 67)

Jonathan Dimbleby S00E00: Episode dated 13 April 2003 (2003) (as Herself aged 67)

Jonathan Dimbleby S00E00: The Case for and Against War with Iraq (2003) (as Herself aged 67)

This Week S00E00: Episode dated 13 February 2003 (2003) (as Herself aged 67)

The Daily Politics S00E00: Episode dated 28 October 2004 (2004) (as Herself aged 68)

The Sunday Programme S00E00: Episode dated 10 April 2005 (2005) (as Herself aged 69)

The Sunday Programme S00E00: Episode dated 10 September 2006 (2006) (as Herself aged 70)

The Sunday Programme S00E00: Episode dated 11 February 2007 (2007) (as Herself aged 71)

Mad As Hell: Peter Finch (Robert de Young, Australia, 2011) (as Herself aged 75)

British Legends of Stage and Screen S01E07: Glenda Jackson (Anthony Fabian, 2012) (as Herself aged 76)

Ken Russell: A Bit of a Devil (Eleanor Horne, UK, 2012) (as Herself aged 76)

Núria Espert. Una mujer de teatro (Arantxa Aguirre, Spain, 2012) (as Herself aged 76)

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