Angela Lansbury is still going strong at 92 years old, accepting a role in the new production of Little Women. In an exclusive new interview with Closer Weekly, she shares her excitement for what’s to come.
“Little Women is a story that children and parents remember all over the world,” she tells Closer of her latest project, a PBS adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s beloved novel. “For that reason, to be part of a new production of it meant a great deal to me.”
Angela and the cast of Little Women.
In the three-part miniseries, she plays the cranky Aunt March — but Angela is much more loving with her real relatives. “Family is so important in our lives,” says Angela. “I’m very fortunate that I have wonderful kids and we’ve always stayed together. Everything that we need is right there [at] home.”
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