Who are your heroes?
Voltaire, Jessica Rabbit, and myself.
Keira, which is your favorite fruit?
I call it "Keira's sensation". During one of my expeditions in the Hymalayas, I discovered a little new plant, now named Holoranda bidentata, that blooms only every 10 years. It then gives fruits whose taste reminds of strawberries and Worcestershire sauce. You have to be rich enough even to unlike it...
Is there something you would like to do right now?
Sure. Watch my favorite soap eating hotdogs.
Are you allergic to anything?
Yes, mainly to gnu tears (please, don't ask!), glycerol and paparazzi.
You're so deep in "The Imitation Game". Were you given a lot of room to shape your character?
Absolutely! In the original screenplay my character was a stuttering clinical haematologist. With a glass eye!
Who were you in your first school play?
It was a play on the life of Harry S. Truman. I played Daredevil until somebody got smart.
When you were a little girl, did you see acting as a possible profession?
Sadly no, and I still dream that, one day, the Chicago Tribune will publish my comic strips.
In a letter printed on International Chemical Journal, dr. Roger W. King observed that your roles are "a perfect embodiment of today symbolic panpsychism". Anything to add?
I think that in his last article published on Croatian Annals of Alternative Epistemology, prof. Dennis E. Rodriguez totally refuted that depthless assumption.
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