I play the unsinkable Molly Brown, which is where she got her name from, because she survived.
My twin in the show is Molly Stanton who is so sweet and great and she is totally different from me.
Artists, actors, people like that, they live in a very strange bubble of their own. They're mollycoddled; they're highly privileged.
The more she rejected us the more convinced I was that she was another version of the real Molly, her disdain for authority, her scepticism that she had to do what the white man told her because it was good for her... She is Molly.
There are some agents who do a good job looking after players but there are others who stifle and mollycoddle them.
I love nothing more than taking my dog, Molly, for a long walk on Sunday morning. Then I'll indulge in some Bikram yoga or something fun like reflexology.
I started watching 'SNL' when I was thirteen or so; those were the Molly Shannon/Ana Gasteyer/Cheri Oteri years.
A TV touchstone for me is 'The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd.' That series was whimsical and smart and had the mix of comedy and drama that I now trade in - but with a dash of magical realism. I wanted to be Molly Dodd, but more than that, I wanted to be Jay Tarses, who created the show.
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