I'm a tomboy. I used to get into a lot of fights. Don't know why - self-expression, I guess.
I have an internal protectiveness where it's like, if it comes to just me, as frightened as I am of losing someone I love or things going sour or simply being alone, there is a dark place in my brain where I'm like, It could happen and I'm okay, I'm prepared.
I'm 40 next year and I'm very well aware that where I am now, it becomes a bit of a wilderness for actresses.
One day I can be ecstatically up, and the next, I can feel this real blankness, a deadness almost, which is scary.
I'm dreadful at schmoozing at Hollywood parties.
I'm small but quite tough. When incensed, I can swing a punch.
Maybe you just don't see your own beauty.
I hate being looked at. Can't stand it. I know, I know - I picked the wrong career. I should have been a doctor. If you play certain parts you have this nice face painted on you, and then you have feel as if you have a responsibility to this idea of being beautiful. I hate that about our business.
I don't think you should feel guilty about pleasure. Defeats the purpose.
I think I cry when I'm angry. I let it go that way.
I've got quite a big gay following. I played a lesbian prostitute in the TV series 'Band Of Gold' but I think my following really grew when I played one in the film 'Imagine Me & You,' with Piper Perabo.
For me, horror movies are a real escape.
I took up boxing as a fitness thing. I got obsessed, and I would go every day when I wasn't working. It's just an insane sport when you get into it.
Sometimes it's a bizarre, fairly cold, and horrifying thing to be a parent.
Nothing I do is by design. It's always the result of a happy accident. I didn't have a career plan. It has just become the way it is. It's all good fun.
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