Do people yell your name and ask for autographs everywhere you go?
Touche'! They can't have enough of me. My force is that I'm universal: I enchant prosperous tycoons and commonplace bookkeepers to the same extent. It's nice to know that there are at least 14 avenues with my name in three different countries, not counting Zamunda and Andorra, which I'm not sure are actually countries.
I've heard you are about to publish a book. Would you like to share with us a few details?
The actual details on my imminent book will soon be published in another book. What I can say here is that it will be a guide to choosing rubber bands, a long awaited work soon to be released in daily instalments.
If you’re at karaoke, what’s your song of choice?
To get the crowd pleased I always make an encore of "How Do I Live" by LeAnn Rimes.
Nowaday the problem of argyria in bears is reaching huge proportions. Are you doing something to mitigate the problem?
I guess! I will chastely sleep in a bunk bed with a fan one night a month. The proceeds ($800/night) will be granted to a foundation for the cure of argyria in bears.
You were dead on in "Notting Hill". Were you given plenty of room to mold your character?
Absolutely! There was a writers' strike, so I had to write most of my lines.
What’s the best sound in the world?
Surely it is the soothing tingle of two emeralds kissing each other. However, my agent desires you write instead something more fashionable, like "the cheery giggle of an innocent child " or "the relaxing purr of a lovable kitten".
Who are your heroes?
Henry Ford, Bridget Jones, and myself.
Your agent told me you are just back from a filming location in Tibet. How was your stay?
To be honest, I spent 3 full weeks in a Tibetan monastery before I saw daylight and realized it was not the Best Western hotel. On the bright side, I learnt to project my aura, about 6 inches far.
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