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Kate Nelligan

 

  1. Ingrid Boulting, The Last Tycoon, 1975.     Each director saw Kathleen differently: Anjelica Huston, Susan Sarandon… And Kate, just breaking through in David Hare’s play, Knuckle.  “She walked into the room and took us to the cleaners,” recalled producer Sam Spiegel.  “She was totally self-possessed, absolutely on top of everything, and made us feel that we didn’t know what we were doing… She was  very good actress and could  have played it, but nobody took to her wildly.” Hence Elia Kazan’s enormous error of the Boulting brothers’ model niece. Sam was horrified - the public, alike. 
  2. Patricia Quinn, Doctor Who #147: Dragonfire, TV, 1987.   The Canadian Kate was up for Belazs, with Doc7 Sylvester McCoy on planet Svartos. A four time Tony Award nominee for her Broadway work, the London (Ontario) born Kate won much finer partners: Jack Nicholson in Wolf, Robert Redford in Up Close and Personal, Donald Sutherland in Eye of the Needle. etc. 
  3. Kate Bosworth, SS-GB, TV, 2017.   "Soon to be a major motion picture" screamed the cover of Len Deighton’s what-if-Hitler-won novel in 1978. Because producer Harry Alan Towers (more usually into horror and soft-core sex) planned a UK-Canada co-production. Financing collapsed. ”Soon” became 39 year later… and a mini-series  by 007 scenarists  Neill Purvis andd Robert Wade… with one Kate inheriting the role of another. Paradoxically, of ten reviews found on IMDb, six are German.





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