Anne Archer is an Academy Award-nominated and Golden Globe-winning actress who has had a number of unforgettable roles in huge films such as Fatal Attraction, Clear and Present Danger and Patriot Games. Her husband of 35 years, Terry Jastrow, is a seven-time award-winning writer, producer and director. The two have teamed up for the first time to create a film called The Squeeze.
The movie looks into the life of a golfer and explores the boundaries of right and wrong, sports and gambling and integrity versus money. Anne explains how the entire idea for the project came from a conversation at a dinner party. Anne is a producer on the movie and she explains what it feels like to be behind the camera for the first time.
Anne also describes the ageism she and other women have experienced in Hollywood, typically beginning at the age of 40. She describes the doldrum years between being a love interest and being the lead’s mother.
She also catches us up on her famous mom, Marjorie Lord, who starred in Make Room for Daddy. Find out why her mother decided to update her autobiography in her 90s!