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EXCLUSIVE: Susan Boyle’s Brother Wants Kathy Bates To Play Her In Movie

Susan Boyle is living the high life. With her debut album I Dreamed A Dream poised to top the music charts, the Scottish sensation has all the cards in her favor.

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Her brother Gerry Boyle spoke to RadarOnline.com exclusively about how she is handling the fame, what their holiday plans are, and who should play his sister in a biopic about her life.

“There have been scripts made from a lot less than Susan’s story which by any standards is remarkable,” Gerry said. “I would not be surprised in the least if there was a film made of her life and I would personally like to see Kathy Bates play my sister. Other British actresses like Brenda Blethyn would also be great and I just hope they get Brad Pitt to play me!”

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While Pitt may be a bit of a pipe dream, Boyle is hoping his sister’s success will spill over to the rest of the family. He’s currently establishing the venture aninstantworld.com which encompasses business, banking, and insurance. For now, the Boyle’s are looking forward to a nice holidays at home.

“Susan is planning to be with her family over Christmas and New Year and it will be great to have her home with us over the holidays,” he added. “If an unknown woman from a small town in Scotland can go on to become the biggest selling artist in America then anything is possible. We are all very proud of Susan and her dream really has come true with these fantastic CD sales.”

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Boyle, who recently made the morning show rounds in America, this past week was “not nervous at all” about her trip across the pond.

“I’ve seen a tremendous change in my sister over the last year and she really has a strong team of people surrounding her now,” Gerry said. “I think that the sales of her CD will also be strong in other markets around the world because Susan’s story is so unique and it gives a lot of people hope.

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