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When Kathleen Turner, standing in the Vulture reception area, introduces herself in her singular throaty rasp, the effect is almost comic — who else has a voice like that? “This thing happens with restaurants,” says Turner as we walk to a conference room. “I’ll call up and say, ‘This is Kathleen Turner,’ and they’ll hear me and say…
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My wife and I saw Turner perform at the legendary Cafe Carlyle in New York – she sang standards, as well as talked a lot about her career – she was hilariously funny and honest!
A very enjoyable interview. I really like her, and the way she ‘tells it like it is’.
Best wishes, Pete. x
Really enjoyed the interview. She’s fabulous. 🙂 Hope all is well and that you are happy and healthy. 🙂
I’m so glad you all enjoyed the interview as much as I did. She is one hell of a lady!
She is indeed. I also loved Liz. She was a good person with a big heart. She didn’t have a strong voice, I agree, but she was fabulous. I love Turner because she’s honest, says exactly what she thinks and she’s a wonderful actor. 🙂
I admire ET but mostly for everything other than her acting! And she was exquisite to look at.