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Privacy and cookiesJobsDatingOffersShopPuzzlesInvestor Simon MacCorkindale with Susan George Photo: PA Simon MacCorkindale's battle against cancer cost him and his wife, Susan George, much of the fortune that. We ask a celebrity a set of devilishly probing questions – and only accept THE definitive answer. This week it's the turn of actress Susan George. Susan George British Actress. Susan George was previously married to Simon MacCorkindale ( - ). Susan George has been in relationships with Andy Gibb (), Prince Charles (), Jimmy Connors (), Jack Jones ( - ) and George Best ().
The film you can watch time and time again… Carousel. The person who has influenced you most… My nanny Doris. My parents were hoteliers whose lives revolved around work, but she gave me her undivided attention.
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She told me anything was possible. She died about 20 years ago — the day I realised what heartbreak is.
I admired his strength and drive. The unlikely interest that engages your curiosity… Homeopathy. I have used it to great effect on humans and animals for 35 years.
The piece of wisdom you would pass on to a child… Embrace every moment. Live for the here and now. The treasured item you lost and wish you could have again… My ability to play the piano. I learnt during a crash course inbut then I had to go away to make a film and I never picked it up again.
The unending quest that drives you on… To never lose my positive attitude.
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My mother, Billie, called me the eternal optimist — and it seems to have worked for me. The event that altered the course of your life and character… Making Straw Dogs [in with Dustin Hoffman] when I was The way you would spend your fantasy 24 hours, with no travel restrictions She stops and turns her head to gaze out of the window as her large blue eyes start to fill with tears.
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Then, recovering her composure, she continues to talk about the loss of the love of her life. Ironically, it was on the set of Casualty that his illness was first diagnosed in I was incredibly shocked and frightened.
But the cancer had spread and by November he was told it was incurable. He was fighting the cancer and I was determined it would not be fatal, and so was he.
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We never discussed that it might go wrong. So I never allowed myself one seed of doubt. Meanwhile, Simon looked his usual vital, gorgeous self. But nothing would have been worse for Simon than to have been considered an ill person. And that would be the way he would have wanted to leave this planet: He could never have been an invalid. That would have been far worse than the illness itself. He took his role very seriously but he could be a complete clown on set, trying to make me laugh and spoil the take.