Barbra Streisand has responded via Twitter to a 47-year-old fan letter. Sender Richard E. Grant, who is nominated this year for his supporting role in the Drama “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” for an Oscar.
The South African-born actor made the letter this week to the public, he had written 14 years to Streisand. In it, he offered her a vacation in his parents ‘ house.
Grant wrote in his Tweet, he is already be life long Fan of Streisand and posted a Selfie in front of your house.
As a lifelong fan of someone youll understand what it meant for me to take this snap outside the home of @Barbra Streisand Asked Security for permission & he replied It’s a public road, but thanks for asking Wrote her this letter when I was 14. My wife is very understanding! pic.twitter.com/3SohXKpgZT
— Richard E. Grant (@Richard grant) 29. January 2019
the response of The 76-Year-old had not long to wait: “What a wonderful letter you to me with 14. And see now,” tweeted Streisand and praised his performance in “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”. In the biography of the writer Lee Israel, who forged letters of deceased Celebrities, plays Grant on the side of Melissa McCarthy.
The 61-Year-old could hardly believe his luck. “I can’t Express nearly as much means to me your benevolent response,” he tweeted. A family dispute draws the intimate fan, love well. “My wife is very understanding,” wrote Grant.