Three-time Tony winner Glenn Close, back on Broadway in the revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Sunset Boulevard, spoke on the red carpet prior to the start of the 71st Annual Tony Awards June 11 at Radio City Music Hall.
Close was asked about her first Tony Awards memory and recalled the night she won the Best Actress in a Play award for the original production of The Real Thing in 1984. She won the Tony, but lost a bet. Find out more in the video above.
Close received her other Tonys for her work in Death and the Maiden and the original Broadway production of Sunset Boulevard.