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Kelly McGillis: 'I Have a Very Quiet, Little Normal Life, and I Love It' | Kelly McGillis

Kelly McGillis: 'I Have a Very Quiet, Little Normal Life, and I Love It'

Originally posted 09/24/2013 11:30AM

After a hiatus that lasted a decade, Kelly McGillis has returned to acting. And if her trajectory this time isn't as stratospheric as her Top Gun days, that's just fine with her.

"It's like starting over because I've aged. I've changed," the actress, 56, tells Smashing Interviews magazine. "I have to reintroduce myself to people, so to speak. I don't want to try to recreate what kind of career I had before."

She adds: "I don't want to do plastic surgery. I don't want to try to look younger than what I am. I really want to do character roles."

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Tony Scott's Family: He Didn't Have Brain Cancer

UpdatePosted 08/20/2012 08:20PM

Tony Scott Had Inoperable Brain Cancer: Report

Originally posted 08/20/2012 12:20PM

As the investigation continues into Sunday's apparent suicide of Top Gun director Tony Scott, an unnamed source has told ABC News that the British-born filmmaker, 68, had been diagnosed with inoperable brain cancer.

But Scott's family is disputing that report, says Los Angeles Coroner Chief Craig Harvey.

"According to family spokespersons, the information concerning brain cancer or an inoperable brain tumor in Mr. Scott is incorrect," he says.

So far, the coroner has not announced any findings regarding Scott's medical condition.

Scott, whose box-office hits included Top Gun, Days of Thunder and Beverly Hills Cop II, died Sunday after jumping from a bridge in Los Angeles Harbor. His body was recovered from the water four hours later.

Witnesses told authorities that at around 12:35 p.m., the filmmaker left his parked Toyota Prius on the Vincent Thomas Bridge in the city of San Pedro, scaled an 8- to 10-ft.-high fence and then leapt without hesitation.

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Top Gun Director Tony Scott Leaps to Death from Bridge

Top Gun Director Tony Scott Leaps to Death from Bridge

Originally posted 08/20/2012 06:05AM

Director Tony Scott, whose box-office hits included Top Gun, Days of Thunder and Beverly Hills Cop II, died after jumping from a bridge in Los Angeles Harbor, the Los Angeles Times reports. He was 68.

Witnesses told authorities that Sunday at around 12:35 p.m. the filmmaker left his parked Toyota Prius on the Vincent Thomas Bridge, scaled a fence and then leapt without hesitation. A note with contact information was left in the vehicle, says the newspaper.

Los Angeles Port police pulled his body from the water four hours later. A suicide note was recovered in his office, reports the Times. Its contents have not been disclosed.

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