Do you know Justin Murphy (a former turf grower, now an aircraft engineer) from Rancho Cucamonga?
No, I don't, but my aunt has been briefly married to him. Then there was some commotion about Justin having affairs with every kitten from Rancho Cucamonga suburbia, so their marriage came to a sudden conclusion.
How famous do you think you are, on a scale of one to ten?
I'm not sure. I think I'm a three in Los Angeles, but a nine in Iceland.
Do you use an alias when you arrange for, say, a flight? You know, to protect your privacy and to deceive stalkers and paparazzi
Sure! We'll do whatever is necessary to excape those nuisances. I mostly adopt the pseudonym "Catherine Zyta-Jones".
Could you authenticate the buzz about your participation in the business of Bigfoot photos?
Thou, warped unchin-snouted malt-worm! How do you dare?
Catherine, what do you think of global warming?
I think that global warming is a messy matter. Anyway, my followers will approve my resolution to acquire mainly manors at least 90 feet above the sea-level.
Who were you in your first school play?
Not my best memory. It was a play on the life of Otto von Bismarck. I played a column in the backstage.
Your work is often stressful. How do you face it?
To harden my spirit, I often rest on a mattress made of thorns abundantly showered with chili.
You were right on the target in "Chicago". Were you given plenty of freedom to create your character?
You bet! In the original screenplay my character was an art director. With a Texan accent, for crying out loud!
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