▶ "When I was at school at Paris, I had special lessons from Mademoiselle Antoine, an actress at the Comedie Francaise, and I was taken to every sort of play. I felt very grand."; "When I come into the theatre I get a sense of security. I love an audience. I love people, and I act because I like trying to give pleasure to people."; "Streetcar is a most wonderful, wonderful play."; "Sometimes I dread the truth of the lines I say. But the dread must never show."; "One is just an interpreter of what the playwright thinks, and therefore the greater the playwright, the more satisfying it is to act in the plays."; …
"My parents were French and Irish and our family even has Spanish blood-and I do so love the United States and consider myself part American."; "My parents were absolutely delighted that I knew what I wanted to do."; "My first husband and I are still good friends and there is no earthly reason why I should not see him. Larry and I are very much in love."; "Life is too short to work so hard."; "I think any classical training in the theatre is of enormous value."; "I never found accents difficult, after learning languages."; "I need something truly beautiful to look at in hotel rooms."; "I loved fencing and dancing and elocution."; "I know I am right for Scarlett. I can convince Mr. Selznick."; "I am going to be a great actress."; "I always know my lines."; "I adore dancing."
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Tell me what you know about Vivien Leigh, Lady Olivier (5 November 1913 â€“ 7 July 1967), the British actress of English and Indian ancestry.
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