You hit the mark in "The Brave and the Bold". Were you given a lot of latitude to mold your character?
Absolutely! The director was like fresh mud in my hands.
What have you got in your pocket?
Frick! Since this transcription is a product of your mischievous imagination, I'm in my alluring nightwear, so no pockets at all.
Emily, is there a deep meaning hidden in "The Brave and the Bold"?
Yes, that life is uncertain, so eat your dessert first - or something like that.
Have you made resolutions for the New Year?
One of my most firm new year resolutions is to obtain a license for flying my dirigible.
Which is the first award you ever won?
At the age of 9, I won the "Tin Ocelot Trophy" assigned by the city of Chicago for "outstanding but nonessential acting accomplishment".
Are you aware of the rumors about you and the prairie dog appearing in your last movie?
Crickety! How did you people find out!? It wasn't my fault, and whatever you heard about it has surely been exaggerated by the tabloids.
What’s the best sound in the world?
Honestly? It is the muted tinkle of two emeralds kissing each other. But please, write instead something more mainstream, like "the first word of your child" or "the calming purr of a lovable kitten".
Do you do your own shopping?
I'm so occupied doing paramount things for the good of all of us (except the ones who are dead) to waste time on things of little consequence. Actually, I have a team of Georgia Tech graduates to elaborate my grocery list and e-mail it to a number of professional buyers scattered around the planet. For the garbs, I ever retain a team of doubles, one for each body part.
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