““It is bizarre, how everything changes and changes so quickly. We never thought about agents in my day. I don’t remember anyone at Webber Douglas, ever, talking about being rich or famous, or wanting to be a star. It didn’t enter our heads. You wanted to work and you wanted to learn.”
“I totally see that working on the fringe is hard, and it’s hard being poor, but there’s a great potency to the early work we all do and it shouldn’t be undervalued in the rush to success and fame.”
If I could look back,” she says, “I would say ‘trust who you are’. That’s the only thing you’ve got. You are your unique thing. It’s going to fit somethings and not fit others….