Glenn Close is resident in a little suburb of Victoria.
And its not the Oscar nominated actress famed for hit films like The Big Chill, Dangerous Liaisons or Fatal Attraction.
Celebrity sleuths have uncovered the fact that the city councillors of a suburb 40kms south east of Melbourne have named a street after the Hollywood legend.
Glam: Glenn Close is resident in a little suburb of Victoria. And its not the Oscar nominated actress famed for hit films like The Big Chill, Dangerous Liaisons or Fatal Attraction. Pictured: Glenn Close on the red carpet earlier this month in New York
Glenn Close – the street, not the actor – is a tiny cul-de-sac in Cranbourne West, which has a name spelt exactly the same as 75-year-old Glenn Close, reports Nine.com.au.
Since the dead end street is far from the ritz and glamour of Los Angeles, reports have suggested that maybe the local councillors are having a laugh at the expense of its famous namesake.
Glenn Close, the street, joins a long list of other quirky and humorous names that can be found in Australian suburbs, reports Nine.com.
This is Glenn Close: Glenn Close – the street, not the actor – is seen here – a tiny cul-de-sac in Cranbourne West, which has a name spelt exactly the same as Hollywood’s Glenn Close
What’s in a name? In Perth’s Bullsbrook a passer-by may have the luck to encounter Upperthong Street – pictured here
In Perth’s Bullsbrook a passer-by may have the luck to encounter Upperthong Street.
Sydney’s Summer Hill can boast Bogan Street, a name some Australian’s like to use as a form of abuse for folks they find uncouth.
The beautiful tourist destination of Mornington, 57kms from Melbourne, can charm local visitors with Tennis Court – the street.
Meanwhile, Glenn Close – that’s the actor – still looks as glamorous as ever.
Famous face: Glenn Close seen here in Dangerous Liaisons, one of the actor’s many Oscar-nominated roles
Earlier this month Glenn rocked a chic blue suit while attending the premiere of season two of her hit Apple TV+ espionage thriller Tehran at The Robin Williams Center in New York City.
Ahead of the star-studded screening, the three-time Golden Globe Award winner, posed for photographs on the red carpet as she flashed a bright smile and mingled with her costars, including Israeli actress Niv Sultan.
In addition to rocking a black tank under her blazer and a matching heels, the Fatal Attraction actress, who plays Marjan Montazeri, ‘a British woman, living in Tehran’ on the series, completed her elegant ensemble with a gold broach and sapphire earrings.
Star: Glenn Close as she appeared in one of her first bit hits – The Big Chill in 1983