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Three new articles have been added to the Magazines Archive – interviews with Parade Magazine and USA Today as well as a very interesting and in-depth background story on the making of “Julie & Julia” by the New York Times. Enjoy your read! Below is an excerpt from the brief but entertaining interview with Parade.
I’m like every other actor, I’ve been unemployed more than I’ve been working. Actors just have a lot of down time. So I’ve never gotten used to being out of work. It’s a very uncertain life and there are only a few people that would sign up to be married to somebody who’s an actor. My husband’s an artist and he understands that, the vagaries of the job. I just take every day is a miracle and I’m really glad that I’m still working and that people are not sick of me, even though even I’m sick of me a little bit.