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[email] You tend to try and get the emotion out in the
scenes… I try to exercise all my demons in some way through my work, it’s quite
a healthy way of getting rid of baggage. As I have children, the minute I walk
through the door and see them laughing and smiling, everything else disappears.
[email] As long as you concentrate on truth and the truth
of what you’re playing, you can’t really go wrong. Don’t worry about how you’re
perceived, just remain truthful, and tell the story.
[email] Adelaide in Guys and Dolls with Patrick Swayze
[email] Giving birth to my kids!
Stewart from Facebook asks: If you could switch characters, Who would
it be and why?
[email] My role model was my grandmother. She worked very
very hard and was incredibly kind to everybody. She had a great work ethic, and
she was a great human being!
[email] I didn’t know what I wanted to be when I was
younger. I didn’t really decide until my late 20’s… I sort of fell into acting
quite quickly. I never really felt like I chose it, it chose me.
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