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  Minnie Driver Monday 12 May 2003  
Image: Colin Firth and Minnie Driver in 'Hope Springs'
Minnie Driver is one of the UK's most successful film actresses. Her latest film, Hope Springs with Colin Firth is a romantic comedy, in which she plays the baddie as Firth's confident but misguided fiancé.

She is also back in the West End in David Mamet's play Sexual Perversity in Chicago with Friend's actor, Matthew Perry.
Minnie Driver joins Jenni to tell her about life in America, how she's coping with crippling stage fright and why she regrets ever saying she couldn't get a man.
'Hope Springs' is currently on general release, certificate 12A.
'Sexual Perversity in Chicago' opens at the Comedy Theatre, London on 14 May 2003.

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