Butler at the Motor City Comic Con in May 2009
July 2, 1970 |
Manhattan, New York, United States
Once you get into a part, and someone sees you, you get asked to do it again.
Whether it goes to series or stands by itself, I'm proud of what we did with it, not only from the standpoint of what it could have been, but for itself.
I had to skydive for the movie and I was terrified. Like everybody, I thought it was going to be one of those experiences that changes your life. It didn't.
My grandfather was a cop in Long Island. I often try to draw on things that I've heard about him.
I'm the oldest 26-year-old I know. A lot of experience has been crammed into a short amount of time. Some days I feel a good 65, 70. Like I want to lie down.
A comic can be aesthetically beautiful. I think they captured it beautifully and accurately.
My mother's side of the family was in the production side of theatre. My grandfather, Jose Vega, was a general manager for Neil Simon shows on Broadway.
I think sometimes women who are supposed to be strong are also written as mean and vindictive.
I think seeing some of the past can be helpful, especially if you're into crime solving.
I can be extremely vulnerable. People are tough on me because they think I can handle it.
I don't know that I'd necessarily want to see into the future. I don't want to know what's happening next.
My father used to sing to me in my mother's womb. I think I can name about any tune in two beats.
I grew up in Greenwich Village. Dad was friends with John Lennon and Yoko Ono.
I'm open to sci-fi, but I was never a diehard fan. I have no idea why it keeps following me. I'm extremely lucky, I guess; it's a lucrative venue.
My junior high was dreadful. I see a lot of my fellow alumni on America's Most Wanted.
Imagine if it happened to you: All of a sudden you find this thing on your wrist and people are telling you it has powers. I would be a little skeptical myself.
I'm just an actress. They try to give me as little information as possible.