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I mostly hung out with boys, as girls in high school aren't nice people. There's just so much social pressure, it's just...God, it's so brutal. You couldn't pay me to go back and relive those years.
One of the scenes that I'm most proud of is the scene with Jenny and Dana at Jenny's shack. That I'm proud of because it's so funny. But the most fun to do was the dancing scene on the yacht, of course! I had a blast. I was dancing to Put Your Back Into It.
I had friends in college who were from Manhattan and they'd say, 'You're from Missouri? Do you live on a farm?' I was like "'No, you're from Manhattan. Do you own a gun?!'
Hi Pointe, Cheshire, Venice Cafe, Blueberry Hill, the St. Louis Art Museum. If I was having a bad day I'd go and just walk around for an hour. It sort of became my temple, my church. It's probably why I ended up studying art in college.
I've played a lesbian before, on Action, well, she was really more bi-opportunistic. We all know people like that. It was so much fun, I played Ileana Douglas' girlfriend. It was a great show, but I don't think the network really knew what to do with it, so it got cancelled.
As an actor, I change from role to role, I don't look the same ever. After I finished shooting, for example, I died my hair back to its natural dark-brown color because I just can't keep it up.
Honestly, I have no complaints about anyone I worked with. But I loved working with Lolita Davidovitch and Kelly Lynch. I loved Kelly, she's a cool woman. And of course, I loved working with Lauren Lee Smith.
I'm going to auditions, working on my writing, hoping to direct a short I just wrote. Fixing up my house, just being a sort-of normal person.
I moved to New York in the middle of my junior year at Vassar and commuted, I was just so eager to see what was out there for me in terms of working as an actor. I met a manager through a roommate and was introduced to an agent, and the next thing I knew, I was auditioning for a bunch of stuff, commuting to school and writing my thesis at the same time. I kept going until I realized I was in over my head and wasn't ready to do it for a living. So I stopped and studied acting for two years with William Esper. He turned everything around for me.
One of my dogs is allergic to something. We don't know what it is, but every once in a while he gets into whatever it is and ends up with all these little bumps.
I love characters that are awkward and flawed, I think we're all kind of like that no matter how together we tend to be.
I don't pick roles based on how famous they are going to make me, I pick roles based on how they're going to inspire me intellectually.
I moved to L.A. and did a couple of pilots and a couple of series, and I was frustrated at the time, because it's a very frustrating business, especially for women. I hit a wall, and said I'm tired of auditioning for the bimbos and young, naďve girls. I went back to school for environmental and interior design and told my agent I was just not interested in anything unless it was brilliant or showed women as intelligent. One day my manager called and said there's this great script you should read. My first reaction was, 'Ugh, lesbians for cable? It's going to be the 'Red Shoe Diaries'; I'm not interested!' She said, 'Just read it, it's different.' And she was right, that was the only project I auditioned for that whole summer and my life changed.
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