Recorded: 14 Jun 2005
But of course. He always, always helped. I was going to say he had time to help young people. But of course he was much younger than I was, so he even had time to help old people. Then we got friendly. In fact, mutual friends were making a film in which I was acting and Sydney had—he’d written the script from a story into film dialogue. _____wasn’t enough. He liked art and other things. So I said I would help make the film. In fact, they had a babysitter for me. They must find someone to baby-sit. I had a five-year old son. They found Sydney Brenner as a good babysitter who taught my son to play chess in the evenings while I was making the film. Then of course we got much more friendly, started going out on Sunday picnics with my little boy.
May Brenner was married to Sydney Brenner from December 1952 until her death in January 2010. She was engaged in doing a Ph.D. in Psychology in London.