The world has lost a true icon of the entertainment industry. Glenda Jackson, a renowned actress and two-time Oscar winner, passed away peacefully on June 15 at the age of 87. Her extraordinary career spanned seven decades, capturing the hearts of audiences around the globe. Today, we celebrate the life and legacy of this remarkable woman.

From the stage to the silver screen, Glenda Jackson showcased her immense talent and versatility. Her most iconic performances include the films “Women in Love” (1970), “Sunday Bloody Sunday” (1971), and “A Touch of Class” (1973), among many others.

She had the privilege of working alongside esteemed actors such as Michael Caine, who described her as one of the best in the industry. Their mutual respect and admiration shone through their collaborations.

Glenda Jackson’s incomparable talent earned her numerous accolades throughout her career. She achieved the “Triple Crown of Acting,” a prestigious honor bestowed upon those who have won an Academy Award, an Emmy Award, and a Tony Award. With two Oscars, one Tony, and three Emmys, Glenda solidified her place among the most celebrated performers of all time.