I won't date a guy who doesn't own a toolbox. I'm not saying you need to be able to knock down a wall or build a house or anything like that. But I've been out with a couple of guys who didn't own toolboxes, and they couldn't even change a light bulb.
I would rather take the role and work and make my own money and self respect than to have sex with someone who has a lot of money.
I've always been this strong-willed person and I've always been in love with acting.
After about a month of living on my own, I began to feel it. I bought some plants. I remember I named one of them Penelope, and I would talk to her and water her every day. Apparently, I over-watered her, and she died. That's when I knew I needed a roommate. So I got one.
Going to school at home saved my life as far as education went. My parents were able to give me the attention I needed.
I can't ask for every movie I make to be great and brilliant. I can only try.
I love every aspect of show business and that includes both the show part of it and the business part of it.
I wasn't an overbearing child. But I was aggressive. I always managed to get what I wanted somehow.
I've been fortunate enough in my career that I haven't been typecast at all.
My parents were like the kind of people who read the 'Enquirer' and believed everything it said.
When I was around 9 years old, I was watching TV one day. I was looking at this commercial, with a kid in the bathtub playing with a rubber ducky or something, and I said, 'Where do those kids come from? How come they get to be on TV? I could do that stuff.'
When people are reading a book, it's a personal thing. They're reading it; it's in their own mind; it's in their own personal space when they're reading it.
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