|Name: Jane Badler||Find on Amazon India: Link|
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He wasn’t really Method but he believed that when you did a role there were lots of things you could do with your co-star in order to create the right environment. You known, if you were supposed to be in love, to create that feeling between the two of you.
I was on Murder She Wrote with Angela Lansbury. She was fantastic… she was lovely to everyone, she was always on time, prepared.
I think some people in their 20s really get it, that acting is about creativity and the work. They get their maturity from their work.
I think it really holds you back having to think about your image.
I think if you’re half-hearted you shouldn’t go into acting.
I just feel passionately about a few things and particularly about helping artists get off the ground.
I have no regrets about my life.
I did the figure of Diana in V, a cult TV show seen all over the world.
Then Mission Impossible brought me to Australia and that was great because I fell in love.
As an actor, your life experience is just as important as studying.
And that might have led to other shows but you know what LA is like. I was in my early 30s and it wasn’t going to get easier. You know, that’s when you start to wonder if you might have to get lots of plastic surgery.
I feel lucky. I think acting can help to keep you young. It does make you feel there’s meaning in your life.
Like at Halloween: I knew I’d arrived when I saw people dressing up on Halloween as my character.
It is a good thing to happen to you, to have that taste of fame because then you don’t hanker for it.