In the new issue of Closer Weekly, Glenn Close opens up about how her traumatic childhood, having her parents involved in the religious group/cult the Moral Re-Armament, shaped her as a mom to her own daughter.
"You’re totally pulled up from what your roots were, what you loved and your family is pulled apart,” she reflected during The New Yorker Festival on Oct. 6. “It was very destructive.”
Glenn and her daughter, Annie. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
That experience shaped the way Glenn, 70, raised her own family. And she’s especially satisfied that her daughter, Annie Maude Starke, 29, had a more stable and secure upbringing.
“She’s wonderful and makes me incredibly proud,” Glenn told Closer. “I’m also proud that I have a great friendship with her father [producer John H. Starke], and when she turned seven she was living in the same house that she was taken home to when she was born, and we still have that house.”
For more on Glenn, pick up the latest issue of Closer Weekly, on newsstands now — and be sure to sign up for our newsletter for exclusive news!
Michelle Pfeiffer Reveals She Was Once In A Cult
See All the Celebs Still Practicing Scientology in 2017
Inside Why Leah Remini Left Scientology