I’m at my best when I’m working. I just recently learned how to find balance and deal with downtime and take advantage of it.
The fact is that viewers are fickle and it’s rare that such a large group of people can be categorized in any type of way. There’s enough content to go around, and if we stop...
I’m drawn to the romantic aspect of a character. It’s human emotion. It’s much more fun to watch. And it’s much more fun to play.
There’s something sort of intrinsic in being a Southerner that doesn’t go away. You can’t get rid of it, but it’s not something that’s terribly obvious.
I’m like a packrat with work. I hoard my jobs.
I think television scripts have become really intriguing and well-done. And writers have stopped drawing any actual line between film and television they used to never cross.
I know it might seem a little superficial, but every actor has their thing. Some people focus on the walk, but for me, it’s all about the nails and the voice. Those are the two...
My parents divorced when I was very, very young, but they maintained an incredibly amicable relationship. They were great partners, they were great parents, and they were great friends throughout my whole life until I...
I won’t name any names, but I’ve done a couple of shows where once the pilot got picked up, the creators openly said, ‘I have no idea where we’re going.’
I don’t know that I could play a complete and total mess. After awhile, I think I would be like, ‘No, none of that!’
I’m not a big lingerie girl. I see it, and I love it, and I appreciate it, and sometimes I even buy it, and then it never gets worn. It just seems like kind of...
There is something about my aura or essence, or whatever, that draws the ex-wife characters to me. I don’t seek them out, but people tend to think of me for that particular archetype, or whatever...
I just feel like the days of a handful of executives making the decisions for the entirety of the human public have gone on long enough.
I’ve been trying to get into comedy for years. I had a meeting with one of the networks a couple years ago, a general meeting, and when they asked what I was looking for and...
As I age, I become more and more happy with what I see in the mirror. At some point, that’s going to stop.
I really enjoy getting to go and play on other people’s shows for an episode or two. It adds such variety to my repertoire.
When I started, I had a really hard time getting work. It was the mid- to late-nineties. There was the WB. My age was perfect for it, but I just never came across as a...
I’ve actually done a lot of comedy.
I really enjoy laughing at work, and I find that it’s easier to do that when you’re shooting a comedy.
I am telling you, if you ever wanted an ego boost, leave your job and then, six months later, come back for a day. People will treat you like you’re a princess.
I think every major character I’ve played was originally for an older woman. I have no idea what that says. I guess I’m mature for my age.
I think, especially when you’re on TV, once you become associated with one genre or the other, it’s near impossible to break into the other one, even if you have experience with both.
I was a theater geek, and I was a surly cheerleader, and that’s really kind of a contradiction.
Outside of ‘Justified,’ I do like to keep it to comedy. When I’m not there, I try to seek out stuff that sort of more along the lighter fare. I have more fun on those...
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