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Claire Bloom Overview:

Legendary character actress, Claire Bloom, was born Patricia Claire Blume on Feb 15, 1931 in Finchley, London. As of December 2018, Claire Bloom was 87 years old.

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Bloom was never nominated for an Academy Award.

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Blu-ray Review: Rod Steiger and in The Illustrated Man (1969)

By KC on Oct 25, 2017 From Classic Movies

The Illustrated Man (1960) is trilogy of terror-tinged sci-fi tales drawn from Ray Bradbury’s eighteen story anthology of the same name. Rod Steiger stars as the titular tattooed drifter in a framing story with Robert Drivas and then-wife , and in various roles in the stories which... Read full article


Tea Anyone -

By monty on Jan 4, 2013 From All Good Things

The enchanting serving up some tea... Read full article


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Claire Bloom Quotes:

The Lord Hastings: The cat, the rat, and Lovell the dog / Rule all England under the hog.


Charly Gordon: What's enough love?
Alice Kinnian: Always a little more than anyone ever gets.


Charly Gordon: Marry me, pretty girl, marry me.
Alice Kinnian: We will marry at... quarter past Wednesday on the 74th of November, and our anniversary will happily be... on those days where we both remember.


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Claire Bloom Facts
An Associate Member of RADA.

She won rave reviews for her performances as Blanche Du Bois ("A Streetcar Named Desire") in London, Nora ("A Doll's House") on Broadway, and Madame Ranevskaya ("The Cherry Orchard") at Boston's prestigious American Repertory Theatre.

Her second book, "Leaving a Doll's House: A Memoir" was published in 1996, and went into greater details about her personal life; she discussed not only her failed marriages, to the dismay of a disgruntled Philip Roth, but her romantic relationships with Richard Burton and Laurence Olivier.

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