I suppose I'd always been attracted to commitment-phobes because some part of me felt unlovable. It was a lot easier to fall for a guy who I knew, on some level, wouldn't fall in love with me. There was nothing to risk. The real risk would be to finally be vulnerable to love.
You don't put milk in chamomile tea - that's disgusting behavior! That's not right.
I've been a jealous person myself. I've been distrustful, convinced that somebody's having an affair with somebody else. If you believe it in your head, everything looks like a lie. When you're looking for it, you always see it - even the change of expression in their face.
Both of my parents had a change of career. My mum was a nurse, and now she's a college lecturer.
I found it hard being a full-time mum and take my hat off to anyone who can do it.
I'm not a long-term member of the 'Breaking Bad' family.
I think I've played a lesbian about five times. The first one was with Helen Baxendale in a drama called 'The Investigator,' about the conditions lesbians had to live under in the army in Britain, which was based on a true story.
It does seem to produce more creative results when there are limitations. It's like in wartime with rations - people became more inventive with cooking.
I still have a fear of theater. I don't know if I will manage that. I used to do it. I developed a bit of a phobia. It's not a real phobia. I can go in and watch.
It's mad what each generation vilifies. It's not necessarily to do with logic.
Traditionally I'm not a very good secret-keeper.
All the guys on 'Breaking Bad' are really gentle and gorgeous creatures.
I expected it to be overwhelming and all-encompassing, but having a kid brings you into the world in a whole different way.
I have to admit I can be pretty high strung and tightly wound.
I've always been an actor, a lowly actor without power, so I've never been corrupted. I've never even directed.
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