The disrespectful statement that was made to Dame Judi Dench by a film director is what kept her away from prominent parts in movies for the better part of three decades, and she has now revealed what it was.

Dench was already a well-known performer by the time the 1960s rolled around. She had appeared in a number of TV roles in addition to her theatrical work. Dench started giving serious thought to making the transition into the film profession when her agency secured an audition for her with a filmmaker.

However, after hearing a nasty comment made by a director, Dench decided to put her aspiration of being a leading woman on hold for the time being.

In an interview, Dench, who is 87 years old, revealed that “He was extremely nice, but towards the end he observed, “You’ll never make a picture; you have the wrong appearance.”

She said, “That’s wonderful, I don’t appreciate movies anyway,” to which I responded, “That’s excellent.” “Visiting the theater is something I miss doing,” she said.

And she did, but she would go on to give the filmmaker a taste of his own medicine by getting her first major role at the age of 63 in the 1997 film Mrs. Brown, in which she portrayed Queen Victoria. This gave the director a taste of his own medicine.

Due to the outstanding job that she did in the part, she was even considered for an Oscar consideration in the category of Best Actress in a Leading Role.

Despite the fact that she did not take home the award, Dench was nominated for an Oscar the following year for her performance in Shakespeare in Love, and she went on to win the award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

She was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role a total of four more times over the course of her career, the most recent time being for her performance as Philomena in 2013. Her previous nominations came for her work in the films Iris (2001), Mrs. Henderson Presents, Notes on a Scandal, and Iris.

The director of films working in the 1960s who didn’t think Dench was outstanding clearly had no idea what he was talking about.

In the early part of this year, the well-known actress rose to prominence after making a joke at the Oscars about how she was still a virgin.

At the 94th Academy Awards, comedian Guillermo Rodriguez recognized Judi Dench and said, “Do you want to say hello to the person who you lost your virginity to?” Jimmy Kimmel Live was shooting on the red carpet at the time, and the exchange was captured on camera.

Before asking, “Lost my virginity to?” Dench originally expressed a trace of bewilderment before asking the question.

But as soon as she said, “Long dead,” a smile sprang on her face, which had before been in a harsh look.

A video of the interaction rapidly went viral, and many praised Dench for her wittiness in response to the question.

When the video was shared, one of the viewer’s comments said, “I adore Dame Judi Dench so f*****g much,” while another commented, “We don’t deserve Dame Judi.”

“I’m going to lose my mind over Dame Judi Dench’s answer when Guillermo asked if she wanted to say hello to the person she lost her virginity to,” I said. A third individual was included.

By Elen

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