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I'm just a normal girl who really enjoys her job, and so you have to take the other things that come with being in the public eye.
When you're used to being in the public eye, if you've got a disease, you've got to own up to it. It's about being about it, not running from it.
You get held to a high standard, almost an unmaintainable standard, in the public eye that you don't even come close to touching.
To make films, you have to have boundless energy; you have to work and play with others really, really well, and I'm really a more contemplative kind of person. I like to sit at home and think, a lot.
People like to think that actors are terribly worried about ghosts of other actors in the parts they play. But you just have to get on with it.
Being in the public eye, you're always worried about what angle people are going to take pictures of you at. I don't really care anymore.
I just think lots of words have physicality. How about the word 'wobble?' You think that's arbitrary? When you say the word 'wince,' you wince. How about that?
I think there's a lot to be said about just enjoying your work. It can be very contrived when people say their work is for the good of mankind.
Most of the people who are in elective office in Washington, D.C., they have held public office before. How's that workin' for you?