With two small children, I haven't had a wash since 2001 so the chance to go shopping is way down the list. It is something I do intend to get.
The last thing I ever wanted to get involved with is Hollywood. The way it works is that people get an idea you could possibly do something, but there's a one-in-a-hundred chance that it could get made.
I'm grateful for every chance I get to do something I love and have a passion for.
If people are given the chance to experience life in more than one country, they will hate a little less. It's not a miracle potion, but little by little you can solve problems in the basement of a country, not on the surface.
My life experience has taught me nothing happens by chance. Even the idea of the ball in a roulette game: it's not chance it ends up in a certain place. It's forces that are at play.
If people take an interest in you and they think there's half a chance, they might hang on. It's dreadful.
There's nothing more exciting for an actor than a chance to lose, to be someone who has lost - especially if it's someone who starts off with a veneer of control. To be broken is wonderful.
I love the chance to train with someone like Mark Twight.
If you're so afraid of failure, you will never succeed. You have to take chances.
I mean we all need a second chance sometimes.
As an actor, you don't often get a chance to know exactly the impact of what the audience is seeing, even though you can ask where the frame is. A move that feels tiny can be huge, and vice versa.
Work for something because it is good, not just because it stands a chance to succeed.
As for the like of Hillary Clinton, I - you know, I've covered Secretary of State Clinton before. I covered her during her campaign. And she's a very likable and charismatic person once you get the chance to spend any time close to her.
If there is a 50-50 chance that something can go wrong, then 9 times out of ten it will.
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