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Uma Thurman 19 May 2006
There can't be many actors who have played as broad a selection of roles as Uma Thurman. From Merchant Ivory to Quentin Tarantino, from an eighteenth century convent girl in Dangerous Liasons to a bisexual hippie hitchiker with oversized thumbs in Even Cowgirls Get the Blues.

In her latest film she plays a part that's slightly closer to home; a thirty-something woman recovering from a divorce. She talks to Martha about her own divorce, how she chooses a role and how she relaxes on knitting.
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