Anne-Marie Duff (born on October 8th, 1970 in Southall, England) was an TV-Actress who was best known for playing the role of Fiona Gallagher in the American TV drama "Shameless". Anne-Marie died on July 27th, 2021 (TBV) and her death was possibly because of an accident.
"In theatre, there's the director, the writer, and below them the actor. In film, it's the actors who are most important. That goes against the grain for me. It's been amazing for me to see the self-confidence of actors who insist on having control, because it's going to be their faces 20ft high in the posters. I've been shocked by film actors - 25 and under - having such confidence and cockiness to rewrite a scene. My background is more about the director being in control. It's all about yielding. It's an oddly submissive relationship in which you're moulded, Pygmalion-style." (IMDB)
"He that falls in love with himself will have no rivals."
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