I'm in a very enviable position, being able to work like this 45 years later. It's always beginning! I never have a sense of finishing up, just new things beginning. When I die, they're going to carry me off a stage.
I just stopped playing bitches on wheels and peoples' mothers. I have only a few more years to kick up my heels!
It's an incredible experience. I am so proud and so honored.
Trial by Jury.
I'm not going to be dancing with the stars at this stage in my life. But I want to dance and bop around, and I did, and I can.
I had surgery, and I put it off for a long time. I want to tell women: don't put it off.
I found that people were helping me across the street. I had to pull myself up the stairs. I began to feel ancient, and I feel very young at heart.
I have heard Mr. Romney's speech's many times on television and the radio and I have even read his book No Apology: The Case for American Greatness and I must say that out of all the gentleman running for the presidency Mr. Romney is, in my opinion, the best one to fit the bill.
I was put under contract. A major studio. I got nominated for an Academy Award. Isn't that ridiculous? I mean, at the age of 18!
Believe me, it jabs you. When you're on the side of buses and New York loves you, you love to go out there every night. It's like a race. Curtain opens, out you go, and New York is yours.
I made about 56 movies, I think. Not that many.
The Manchurian Candidate was the most important movie I was in, let's face it.
I started in London, as a kid. My mother knew I had sort of an inbred talent. She was an actress, so I inherited it from her. But I think I got a lot of it from my grandfather, who was a great politician.
Mystery is something that appeals to most everybody.