When you were a little girl, did you see yourself as a professional actress?
Sadly no, and I still hope that, one day, the Seattle Times will accept my essays.
Your zodiac sign is Cancer. Are you a typical Cancer?
Who do you think i am! I'm affable, a bit slothful, inflexible and patient. My relatives say that I'm also a little contradictory but that I think it is normal in artist.
Do people yell your name and follow you everywhere you go?
Yep! They can't have enough of me. I really make no distinction: I'm known to gladden famed neurosurgeons and featureless housewives to the same extent. Say, there are at least 13 streets with my name in two different countries, not counting Eriador and Kyrgyzstan, which I'm not sure are actually countries.
In a paper appeared on Asian Pragmatic Transactions, prof. Thomas N. Reyes described your roles as "a perfect embodiment of contemporary symbolic dogmatism". Any comment?
Actually, in his recent letter printed on Canadian Psychiatrical Annals, dr. Carl Fisher totally discredited that fishy observation.
Which is your favorite brand of toilet paper?
Imho, common brands are for common people. My personal toilet paper is obtained from Blephacyphea inconspicua, a rare black rose that only grows in Bhutan.
Connie, is there a deep meaning behind "Gladiator"?
Yes, that everyone is entitled to their own opinion - or something like that.
You appear to be always so cheerful and joyful. Do you also have a dark side?
It's difficult to confess it, but I do. I do believe that each one has two sides. At times, when I look at another actress, I clench my teeth and my heart grows darker. And suddenly, I fight a compulsion to estinguish that fool from this planet and tap dance on her icy tomb. And then there is my dark side... You do not want to anything to do with that side.
Where do you go when you die?
If you have been nice, you go to Tahiti, if you have been mischievous, you go to Boston.
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