When you were a little girl, did you see acting as your profession?
Sadly no, and I still dream that, one day, the Philadelphia Inquirer will accept my commentaries.
If I may ask, do you have any peculiar phobia?
I suffer with an unreasonable fear for dog shaped clouds, because of a curious accident happened to my cousin. I'm also scared by Ouija boards, but that is quite normal.
When your are not on the set, which is your main diversion?
I think that coloring troll dolls' hair rests my mind. I prefer to paint them in orange and brown.
Do you know Jeffrey Torres (a former jeweller, now a clinical haematologist) from St. Petersburg?
No, I don't, but my cousin has been briefly married to him. Then there was a public embarrassment about some kinky photographs sent by phone to the wrong people, so their marriage came to a hasty conclusion.
You seem to be always so radiant and cheerful. Do you also have a dark side?
It's hard to confess it, but I do. Each of us has two sides. At times, when I look at another artist, my sight blurs and irritation darkens my soul. And all of a sudden, I sense a compulsion to seal forever those lecherous eyes. And then there is my dark side... You do not want to know about it.
Rashida, if I may ask, how do you invest the considerable fortune you make in your career?
I invested quite a bunch of money in a bullet-proof scheme devised by a financial guru named C. Pinzi, a pro of hedge futures trading (whatever it means). I'll tell you his phone, but he did not return my calls in the last weeks.
Which is your favorite snack?
Chicken legs with ketchup, a vegetarian burger, two tomatoes, and a tumbler of champagne.
Could you improvise a poem for us.
Of course! Here it is
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