January 31, 1977
I would wear pajamas to work every day if it were up to me.
As a young girl, my real dream was to be the woman in the shows at SeaWorld.
I'm a person who's always been politically active and passionate about people's rights.
I think generalizations of any sort are dangerous. I'll say, if that is the case - right now it's an American issue.
I learned through experience that it doesn't work for me to talk about my personal life. I've had earlier times in my career when I did talk about it.
I think Calvin is so beautiful. Oscar De La Renta is so classic. I really like the Rodarte girl; they are super-inventive, and they think outside the box. I am all over the place!
I didn't grow up thinking I was pretty; there was always a prettier girl than me. So I learned to be smart and tried to be funny and develop the inside of me, because I felt like that's what I had.
I'm doing this play right now, the new David Mamet play. It's called 'Race,' and it's very interesting how people really leave the theater filled with the desire to talk about the play and the issues and the characters, and how they're all navigating their personal views around race.