Certainly, anyone whom I've witnessed, who has gone through something horrible and life-changing, has a sense of ironic humor, or an ability to look at the peculiarities of the world and find humor in it.
My friends would certainly call me out if I didn't say that I like to create a bit of chaos and stir things up in my own life.
Stand outside De Eland, on the Berenstraat Bridge over the Prinsengracht, and you see what real Amsterdam life is like.
I know how I want to try and live my life. I know I don't want to leave any darkness behind me.
You can live your life being scared of losing someone, and at the end of the day, if he is going to leave you, he'll leave you, and that's it.
I was completely nuts for most of my life.
My real life is funnier than anything on TV.
I'm enjoying my life, post-menopause, so much. It's just so great to grow into yourself, and not be bothered with all that tyranny of biology.
The ultimate dream in life is to be able to do what you love and learn something from it.
I want to be an independent woman who falls in love, finds a great partner for her lifetime, has kids and kind of does it all. I'd like to have it all.
I don't want to ever, ever do something in life that isn't fun. Ever.
Obviously, I got very lucky that even though I lost my mother, I lost her later in life, but it's still had a profound effect on me.
Never in my life have I been captivated by by anybody onscreen the way I was when I saw Audrey Hepburn for the first time. She's everything a woman should be.
We originally developed 'The Client List' along with Lifetime as a TV movie - my manager and I became partners on the project. Then, we brought in Howard Braunstein on the project and produced it along with Lifetime.
I'm not a flag waver for obesity. It's not healthy, and you have a crap life because there is such a downer on it.
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