Renowned character actress Patricia Clarkson is set to return to the Broadway stage in "The Elephant Man" and she will also be seen in 2 movies, "The Maze Runner" and "Learning to Drive". Fans are already starting to rejoice at the realization that she will be on the big screen and on the stage because Patricia Clarkson's reputation precedes her someone who does not take on a project for the money as her choices are driven by how she can communicate the character and unlayer the character's emotions.
Patricia Clarkson has performed in "The Elephant Man" with co-stars Bradley Cooper and Alessandro Nivola in 2012 and entertainment insiders are predicting that some exceptional performances will arise from the amalgamation of these three actors together, especially with Patricia Clarkson bringing her focus and professionalism to the set every day.
Patricia Clarkson is known for playing character actors and completely embracing the roles and that has led to her becoming known as someone whose dramatic range and impeccable timing can result in her stealing many a scene and making her projects must see films, television shows and stage performances.
Entertainment insiders are very interested in watching Patricia Clarkson in 2014 as she will be seen in the leading lady role of Wendy in the movie "Learning to Drive". This role is exciting to her fans and the film industry observers because she rarely takes on the feature role in her projects but in this film she plays a New York book critic whose world is turned upside down after her husband leaves her for another woman. As a result acting fans will have the opportunity to watch one of the great character actresses of the past 20 years display her talent on both the movie screens and on Broadway in feature roles in 2014.