Glenn Close, 64, is well known for her portrayal of iconic female characters in film and her strong female role on TV's "Damages." Recently, she snagged a Golden Globe nomination for her portrayal of a woman disguised as a man in the film "Albert Nobbs." After five Oscar nominations throughout her career, this year Close has her eye on the ultimate prize. In the clip above, CBS News' Anthony Mason gets the award-winning actress to open up about her journey in bringing "Albert Nobbs" to the silver screen and why her role in "101 Dalmatians" holds a special place in her heart.
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