Jacqueline Bisset reveals why she has never married

‘I’ve never had a bad relationship’: Actress Jacqueline Bisset says she hasn’t married because she couldn’t cope if her husband developed bad habits

The 69-year-old won a Golden Globe at the start of the year

She played Lady Cremone in the BBC’s Dancing on the Edge

She believes she has never married because she is too independent

Bisset has finished filming Welcome to New York directed by Abel Ferrara

Film is reported to be based on the disgraced former head of the International Monetary Fund, Dominique Strauss-Kahn

By Tara Brady

Published: 16:02 GMT, 25 March 2014 | Updated: 17:42 GMT, 25 March 2014

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Actress Jacqueline Bisset says she has never married because she would not be able to put up with bad habits in a long-term relationship.

The 69-year-old actress recently won a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series for her portrayal as Lady Cremone in the BBC’s Dancing on the Edge. 

WADUH Cinta Mega Rupanya Main Judi Slot Pakai Tablet Aset DPRD, Panik Gak Tuh!Bisset made headlines at the ceremony because of her bizarre, rambling acceptance speech. 

Now she has revealed that she has never married because she believes she is too independent.

Actress Jacqueline Bisset says she has never married because she would not be able to put up with bad habits in a relationship

Speaking to The Independent she said there had been many interesting men in her life. 

They include Michael Sarrazin, the ballet dancer Alexander Godunov and actor Vincent Pérez.

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She said: ‘I’ve been in seven-year relationships three times and one 14-year relationship.

‘It’s funny how it’s always seven. 

‘Sometimes you get too much information when you spend time with people. You start to see things – bad habits.

Gérard Depardieu plays the French head of a finance fund caught up in a sex scandal and Bisset plays his wife

‘You start to discover them and then you have to marry bad habits and I’m not sure I can cope with them.

‘I don’t ever have bad relationships.’ 

Following her comeback at the Golden Globes this year, Bisset has just finished filming Welcome to New York – a film reported to be about the disgraced former head of the International Monetary Fund, Dominique Strauss-Kahn.

Former loves:  Michael Sarrazin (right) and Alexander Godunov (left) who Bisset dated

Gérard Depardieu plays the French head of a finance fund caught up in a sex scandal and Bisset plays his wife.

The film is directed by Abel Ferrara and will be have its world premiere at Cannes in May. 

Bisset, who grew up in Reading, rose to fame acting opposite Frank Sinatra in The Detective and Steve McQueen in Bullitt in 1969.

Bisset, who grew up in Reading, bisabet slot, rose to fame acting opposite Frank Sinatra in The Detective and Steve McQueen in Bullitt in 1969

Bisset rose to fame acting opposite Frank Sinatra in The Detective and Steve McQueen in Bullitt in 1969

During the 1970s she appeared in François Truffaut’s Day for Night, Murder on the Orient Express and The Deep.

Last month she joined Jane Seymour, 63, on U.S. TV where they both agree they would not succumb to the surgeon’s scalpel. 

In the past, Miss Seymour has admitted to minor eye surgery, breast augmentation and trying Botox just once, but she said these days she prefers the natural look. 

Miss Seymour told The Today Show: ‘I made a choice a while ago that I wanted to age gracefully. I stay away from Botox and all these things because [as an actress] I need my wrinkles. 

‘If I smile, I look younger. Smiling is the answer. Everything lifts when you do that.’

Her views were echoed by the glamorous Miss Bisset. 

During her speech at the Golden Globes she said: ‘I believe, if you want to look good, you’ve got to forgive everybody. It’s the best beauty treatment.’ 

And on TV she said she had ‘lots of complexes’ about her looks in her youth but she was still not tempted to go under the knife. ‘I don’t think it makes you look younger,’ she said. ‘It makes you different.’

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