Sydney's a beautiful city. It was a great experience.
I think people care. If not, why do so many people spend money going on vacations to see architecture? They go to the Parthenon, to Chartres, to the Sydney Opera House. They go to Bilbao... Something compels them, and yet we live surrounded by everything but great architecture.
My last real race was at the Olympics in Sydney in 2000.
If you put 20 cents in me and ask me to talk about South Sydney, I'll play all night.
When I was a teenager, me and a couple of my friends entered a couple of modeling competitions just for fun, and one of those got me an agent in Sydney.
I think that episode in the third season was great. I'm really glad that we did that. He got to sleep with Sydney and kill Evil Francie and go on a mission and pretend he's a rock star.
I'm a Sydney suburban boy shaped entirely by the western suburbs.
I knew I was going to be a journalist when I was eight years old and I saw the printing presses rolling at the Sydney newspaper where my dad worked as a proofreader.
When I came out of drama school, I was in a shared house in Sydney.
When I was just a girl in Sydney, no one thought, 'Oh, she's going to be a movie star.' No one. I had to get by with actual skill and talent.
I come from the rougher side of Sydney. I don't know whether you can compare them to the projects, but in Australia, it definitely is the rougher side.
I'd love to come to Australia. I'd love to walk about the Sydney Opera House.
I just missed out on qualifying for the Sydney Olympics in 2000.
I was first in Sydney in 1993, and have been a few times since then. For someone who didn't know Australia, it came as a shock how intelligent, interesting and funny the people were. If I lived there I might see it differently, but as a visitor it was a lot of fun.
Anyway, when I was a kid, I dutifully went to the Sydney Technical and Fine Arts College.
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