I look OK. I look better in person than I do on film, which is bad because it's how I make my living, but I am not a beauty and on balance I am glad.
As you grow up and get educated in the business, you go from, 'I want to do movies' to 'I want to work. In whatever.'
I love actors. I married one. OK, I married a fantastic one.
Motherhood has been an exercise in guilt.
I have six sisters and two beautiful daughters - that's eight women who mean the world to me. I support the Entertainment Industry Foundation and Lee National Denim Day because they fund programs that are making huge strides in breast cancer research and support.
A win for one is a win for all - and I'm not just saying that because Dumas did.
Congress is attempting to eviscerate women's health care. Like many women across America, I am outraged.
I know as actors our job is usually to shed our skins, but I think as people our job is to become who we really are and so I would like to salute the men and women who brave ostracism, alienation and a life lived on the margins to become who they really are.
I would like to thank the incomparable William H. Macy for taking a chunky 22-year-old with a bad perm and glasses out into a cow pasture and kissing me and making me his wife.
The truth is women use contraception not only as a way to prevent unintended pregnancies, but also to improve their health and the health of their families. Increased access to contraception is directly linked to declines in maternal and infant mortality.
Last Update: 18 October 2021
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