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My father was like Willy Loman, you know: he never really made it - and he was from a family where there were people who had made it.
Some of the shoes I have are from movies - I have my workman's boots from 'While You Were Sleeping' - while others are shoes I've had forever.
When I play discos in Belfast or freshers' week in Oxford, there are 1,800 kids dressed as me. It's odd, it's funny, and it pays really well.
If you're going to come wanting to work really hard, you're never going to bum me out.
Talking with other parents really gave me some lessons that I try to hold on to now, as a parent of two boys.
Plays are so much more special if they've never ever had a production, but I think you can really work on a play and make it better with each production.
Two young doctors - one from Harvard and the other from Dartmouth - invited me to go to Mecca in my husband's stead. And that is what helped put me back on track.
There was always this idea that I would work on Shakespeare and some of the other classics, but it never came to be.
I probably never would have been hired on Broadway had I not moved out to L.A. and pursued acting and film, which is sad, really.