Yes, I love playing cartoony characters. Been known for that.
I received an OBE from the Queen, which probably doesn't mean anything in America but is quite nice in England - the Order of the British Empire for services to drama.
And we have not found any generational gap at all. If he wants to go a football game, he goes. If I want to go to a fashion show, I go. We don't have to do everything together. But we like doing most things together.
I do it because I love acting, I love working, and whether it's radio, television, films, theater, I don't care as long as I can get out there and do it.
And I think of that again as I've written in several of my beauty books, a lot of health comes from the proper eating habits, which are something that - you know, I come from a generation that wasn't - didn't have a lot of food.
Well I've written four beauty books as well.
I have the absolute utmost respect for soap opera actors now. They work harder than any actor I know in any other medium. And they don't get very much approbation for it.
I think health is another exceedingly important thing.
Dynasty was the opportunity to take charge of my career rather than waiting around like a library book waiting to be loaned out.
Basically, though, I believe in eating well, not eating too much but eating a variety of foods.
I mean, even my dressing room at the studio has candles and cushions and cashmere rugs and things.