If you didn't grow up to become known as the actress Rosario Dawson, what do you think you would have done?
I would have gone to a film production company and licked the filling from all the Oreos in the common kitchen until they gave me a job.
Do you ever Google yourself?
Not so often. Say every four hours. But lately Google asks "Did you mean Rosario Dewson", who supposedly is a former print finisher from Milwaukee. That's quite dispiriting, but not as much embarassing as discovering that according to Bing my name sounds like a revolting vulgarity in Japanese.
Which is your favorite snack?
Pickles with Thousand Island dressing, a vegetarian burger, two tuna slices, and some gin.
Who were you in your first school play?
It was a play on the life of Frank Lloyd Wright. I played the midwife, so my part lasted about 10 seconds.
I read that you will soon participate to a charity eating marathon. Can you tell us why'd you decide to undertake such an embarrassing effort?
I had to for a little clause in my last contract, which obliged me to increase the number of charity events I attend.
And how long have you been feeling a need to address the delicate issue of allergy?
Without all due respect, I couldn't care less about it.
If there was a movie produced about your life, who do you think should play you, and why?
Without doubt Margot Robbie. We were in the same tennis team when we were younger.
You hit the mark in "Sin City". Were you given a lot of room to create your character?
Absolutely! In the original screenplay my character was a man. With a glass eye, for crying out loud!
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