Played "Mrs. Elvsted" in Henrik Ibsen
's "Hedda Gabler" - Criterion Center, NYC (1994).
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5' 7" (1.7 m)
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With big, emotional roles it's very easy, especially if you've grown up in the American school of acting, to exploit your own pain. You have to be careful about that, because 9 times out of 10, your pain is not appropriate to the character. You can watch someone on-stage cry and cry - but in the audience you feel nothing. It's easy to become indulgent. For me, what's important is the story first.
Was at Northwestern University for one year before transferring to Brown University.