A lot of people in this country right now are living with multiple generations under one roof, struggling to make ends meet.
At this point, I don't get hired a lot because people don't think I could finance a movie.
I don't know if I've learned anything about people, but I've learned about Twitter.
I hate those people who say 'I don't own a television' - I own one and I watch it whenever I can.
I would almost rather be in debt constantly than work with horrible people that I hate.
I'm hoping maybe people like working with me because I like what I do for a living and I want to have a good time.
I've been doing old-people things since I was a child.
In the theater, as an actor, you're welcoming people into your house.
It's not so weird that four generations are living together under the same roof and trying to make it work. It's how a lot of people in this country are living right now.
People seem to think that you should be willing to speak to them whether they're jerks or not.
We don't want to come off as pro-smoking. Even though we didn't smoke real cigarettes at all, you want to be careful of people's sensitivities.
When you're working with good people it brings good things out in you.
I like to try new things. I like to go new places and I like to work with new people. That's sort of the definition of my job. As an actor, you just go where the work is, right.
As an actress for most of my life, I am profoundly familiar with poverty.
I've had cats all my life and obviously loved them, but the litter box, and the having to always get a house sitter, they're just too - they're too rigid. Cats are too needy somehow.