Science Fiction Double Feature. Doctor X will build a creature.
I am 58 and it's difficult for people to gauge my age.
I'm one of those people who never really joined the grown-ups.
I'm surrounded by it. I have so many lovely people around me who are supportive, gentle, kind and considerate. I'm so grateful for every day that I'm on the planet and that continues to be so.
I've never wanted to play bank managers and real people particularly.
Life's too short to be working with divas.
However, there's three reasons for doing things in this particular world. One is love, one is prestige and the other's money. If you get all three together, that's fine.
I'm not driven by money and I'm not driven by career.
I've never been driven by fame or money or anything like that. It's never been part of my psyche.
To play a role where you get to reveal intellectual change is wonderful.
I have done every job in the Theatre apart from wardrobe. I was out of work more times than I was in it.
Well, no. I was getting into trouble messing around with it for roles. So one night I went home, cut it down with a pair of scissors and then got in the bath and shaved it all off. I've never looked back.
We were a Western civilisation, an English speaking civilisation, both NZ and Australia, and we had all these influences coming from both Great Britain and America to us; sending us their culture in the shape and form of movies and television.
The fact that someone came forward and offered .25 million to make a movie was astonishing. We were also allowed to keep many of the original stage cast.
The first movie I appeared in was Carry On Cowboy, though not as an actor. I was just riding horses.