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"I live in a village on the border of Kent and Sussex and Surrey, in an old house," she shares. Otherwise it's me and a dog and two cats — it might be three, I don't know, one of my cats is very sick at the moment — and a very lively goldfish, which I've given the breath of life to twice." Pardon? And being called 'vintage.' I don't want any of those old words.
"He laughed and was well, quite embarrassed, actually.
Charlie Rose was there and I think my agent was there.
Beforehand, I got my makeup lady to actually write Harvey's name [on my bum].
But as great of an actress as she is, she tops that with her humanity and great heart."(Moviegoers who shun art houses, where most of Dench's collaborations with Weinstein have screened, still know her thanks to her work as M, the head of Britain's Secret Intelligence Service, in seven James Bond films between 19.)Dench has never stopped working, even in the immediate aftermath of her beloved husband's death from lung cancer in 2001. "With the help of my daughter and my grandson, who was then very little, and my friends, I got through it," she reflects.
"And I had a film, Today, when she's not trotting the globe for work, she leads a rather simple life.
We knew each other as friends for a long, long time." In 1971, when Dench was 36, they tied the knot.
"If we hadn't married, he'd still have been my best friend, which I think is kind of the secret to being happy, myself." A year after their wedding, Dench gave birth to their only child, Tara (whom she has always called "Finty"), and adapted her work schedule accordingly.
We juggled it that way."Film, for the most part, had been off her radar since the 1950s.
At a film audition "very early on," she recalls, "I was told that I didn't have a face to be a screen actress. That was a time when you had to be quite a looker." But, against all odds, Dench began one of the great film careers nearly a half-century later, in 1997, at the age of 63, after Harvey Weinstein, long an admirer of hers, saw her in John Madden's . Brown was made for television, he saw it and he said, ' No, this is a movie,'" she remembers.
: "When you've been widowed a long time it's very, very nice to have the company of somebody."It doesn't have to be a great, passionate sexual affair but it's nice to have someone who says, 'I'll find your keys for you', or, 'Let's go to the theatre tonight'.
‘I take that wonderful thing called Eye Q every morning because the Master of Magdalen College [Cambridge] told me about it ages ago and he said “Oh you should take that for your memory, it’s wonderful” and I’ve taken it ever since.
It's quite difficult to embarrass Harvey, but I did!