Katey, do you like kangaroos?
Why you do not like kangaroos?
They reek! And one kangaroo bite my cousin in his funny bits. That was one of the motives I become an artist, so I may probably rethink my relation with kangaroos.
Have you ever participated in a séance?
You bet your boots! But just once. It was an uncanny experience. At a certain point, the ghost of Euclid appeared and conjectured that I'm probably the reincarnation of a neighbor of Nikola Tesla.
I've heard you are writing a book on your life. Is it true?
Indeed! It is deplorable that I have so little time, if any, to write. Last month I've read the back cover of the book "The Tell-Tale Heart", and I found it quite palatable. On that account, I told my agent to call the author - a certain Edgar Allan Poe - since I need a ghost writer, but for the moment I've not heard any news.
If I may ask, do you have any particular fear?
I have developed an unreasonable phobia for Teddy bears, because of an uncanny accident occurred to my cousin. I'm also scared by tigers, but that is quite common.
When your are not on the set, which is your preferred pastime?
I think that the construction of rubber band balls is quite relaxing.
Your work is often stressful. How do you face it?
To make my spirit tougher, I often rest on a bed made of rough sandpaper and thorns.
As everybody knows, the problem of botulism in foxes is attaining huge dimensions. Is Katey Sagal doing anything in this respect?
I think so! I will chastely sleep in a bunk bed with a devotee one night every two weeks. The profits ($900/night) will go to a foundation for the cure of botulism in foxes.
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