You've got to have steel in you somewhere.
I think actors are privileged. Acting feeds you.
You can't always go by the book, even in comedy.
People ask, how do you cope, and all I can say is that you do.
An emotional performance is usually more instinctive to an actor.
I think that can happen, that two people can love each other and not be able to get on at all.
I do believe in living out your own time, unless it's absolutely impossible, which it is for some people.
No film should try to follow a trend, and do what film people think the public wants. There's no such thing as knowing what the public wants.
Occasionally I do things against my inner voice, but you really should go for the thing that touches you most-even if you don't quite know why it does.
You can time a part perfectly and play it badly. And some people have very individual offbeat timing, which is their own. It works simply because they are who they are.