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Jill Clayburgh: The Lost Interview

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The Oscar-nominated star of An Unmarried Woman and Starting Over, who passed away on Nov. 5, 2010 after a long battle with leukemia, spoke with Milling About host Robin Milling in 2001 about the state of comedy in Hollywood. “Funny, human and real roles are hard to come by at my age,” said the then-57-year-old actress in this never-before-aired interview. “It really irritates me when I watch TV and I see these women just demonized in their 60s— like they’re stupid and old. I don’t find it funny. I don’t know if anyone really finds stepmother humor or mother-in-law humor—whatever it’s called—very funny.”