ET’s Lauren Zima caught up with Gillian Anderson before the 2021 Critics’ Choice Awards, which aired March 8 on The CW. Anderson was nominated for ‘The Crown’ and reflected upon her win at the Golden Globes. She also responded to the controversy surrounding Alec Baldwin’s tweet about her ‘switching accents.’ The 52-year-old actress was born in Chicago and moved to London when she was 5. When she was 11, she moved back to the United States and lived in Michigan, spending enough time in both the U.S. and Britain to become accustomed to both accents, per The Guardian.
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