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Turning 50 can be difficult, sometimes dangerous, for women. The danger is in that blip that can come from the fact that you become invisible,…
Theatre outings are my favourite thing to spend money on. The most influential play I saw was ‘Bent,’ which starred Ian McKellen. And I loved…
My approach to parenting is that everything is open – everything. I’m not very good at covert, or subtle, and I’ve had to learn timing.…
I’ve often said the most difficult things I have to say to people through humour. I can very quickly put someone in their place with…
I’m constantly astounded by how amazing women are. And as we go through all these different stages of life as long as you share them…
I have turned away from the thought of writing fiction in the past through what I suppose is, actually, fear. The direct, raw invitation for…
My daughter couldn’t care less about me being famous. She finds it revolting and, like a lot of teenagers, is virtually allergic to me. That…
Why would anyone want to be called a size zero or even aspire to being a zero? I don’t even understand the thinking behind it,…
We have to do a film parody for Comic Relief. We can’t decide which film to parody at the moment. Any ideas welcome, but not…
I have had the unfortunate experience of having someone write an unauthorised biography of me. Half of it is lies and the other half is…
Young people need their own private places which mothers don’t belong to, even if they want mother all around the edge of that.
That’s the weird thing about not being married – you can’t get regular kissing; you can’t be guaranteed of it, and that’s a great shame.
The person I have admired the most in comedy terms would be Eric Morecambe, who is my total hero.
I’ve always loved kissing. We all do, don’t we?
I’m not a big drinking person and hardly ever have alcohol. Perhaps it’s not sweet enough for my sweet tooth.
I’m known among my friends for saying things I probably shouldn’t sometimes, but I have to get things out in the air.
I watch schlock telly. Like the ‘Kardashians.’ I love it. It’s my guilty pleasure.
I think of myself now as a writer, although I wouldn’t go as far as to say ‘novelist’ because that sounds like a Victorian person.
I want to do something where I play Judi Dench’s younger sister or daughter.
I know what it’s like to struggle for cash. When I went to drama school, I worked as a chambermaid to make ends meet.
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