Marcia Gay Harden has got nothing but respect for Dame Judi Dench. In a recent interview with Vulture, the actress talked about her experience winning the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in 2001 for her role as Lee Krasner in the film “Pollock”.
RELATED: Marcia Gay Harden Explains Why The Fight For LGBTQ Equality Is So Personal For Her And Her Family That year, Harden was up against stiff competition from Dench for “Chocolat”, Kate Hudson for “Almost Famous”, Frances McDormand for “Almost Famous”, and Julie Walters for “Billy Elliot”. “It just felt great.
And by the way, I felt the girls were really happy for me as well,” Harden said, but added, “There was one I will not mention — but it wasn’t Kate — who seemingly wasn’t so happy.” WhileRead more on etcanada.com