List of Wuthering Heights References - Other References

Other References

  • Actor Heath Ledger and his sister Catherine were named after Heathcliff and Catherine.
  • Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown once said in an interview that those who have likened him to Heathcliff are "absolutely correct," adding that he is more like "an older Heathcliff, a wiser Heathcliff."
  • Actor Johnny Depp was asked in an interview if he was romantic, and he replied "Am I a romantic? I've seen Wuthering Heights ten times. I'm a romantic."

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