I have to hit the gym. I have beauty appointments. I have to work toward my next job and maintaining my image, just like an athlete.
I don’t think age is an ugly process. I think age is a beautiful thing. I love wrinkles. I don’t like falling down. If I just wrinkle, I may not touch. If I fall down, I’ll lift up.
I don’t get cast for every job and I understand that.
I think I will always have a place. I don’t think I have to rule or reign but there’s a place for me.
Sure, I like my short hair. It also quadrupled my rate. I did get sick of seeing it on everybody, though – every stewardess, every salesclerk, and in every restaurant.
Why would I be embarrassed about being Canadian? I’m very proud. We’re just the nicest people. Everyone likes us.
I can do anything you want me to do so long as I dont have to speak
Cooking is one of my favourite things – from going to the market, bringing the stuff home and preparing it, to cleaning the kitchen afterwards. I’ve lost my figure a few times. There have been moments when I’ve overeaten, for comfort. But with discipline and hard work, you can get your figure back.
I had no illusions that my career would be any longer than three years tops.
Hair is the greatest thing to experiment with because it’s not permanent. If I didn’t like my colour, I’d just change it.
I was a hoarder, and I got rid of everything. Now nothing comes in my home unless it has a purpose. And decor is not a purpose. Home is New York apartment with a table, a bed and sofas. That’s it. Everything else is gone.
When people ask how have I kept on top, I have to say with the help of every photographer, make-up artist and hairdresser I’ve ever worked with.