My parents are from Manchester but I was brought up in London, Camden Town.— Sadie Frost
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My style is scruffy with a touch of androgyny.
I always wear flat shoes, because I can't walk in anything else.
I was the eldest daughter with these four beautiful younger sisters with ringlets and pretty faces, and I used to dress them up in Victorian clothes and take them out for the day and pretend they were mine.
I've always been an animal lover. People should be made aware of all the issues. Some people think that the whole wearing-fur thing is glamorous, but you can look good without it.
I'm always the girl at the party who, within five minutes, has taken my heels off, hitched up my dress in my knickers, and probably spilt drink down my cleavage.
I really fought to make my character not a stereotype. I play a soap star with dyed blonde hair.
I'm playing a very strong character, it's the story of the woman Polish Jews out of the Warsaw ghetto. I've just begun my weapons training and the SAS type training that's getting me fit.
I've never got into debt and I've always been in control of my taxes and VAT, but having four children costs a lot. They are my weakness.
At home it's all Batman and Star Wars and they do gang up on me.
Sometimes I don't want to dress up as Darth Vader or play train sets, so I'll go out for a drink with the girls.
I've never worn fur, either. I'm a naturally squeamish person, and fur smells like dead animal to me.
My father was a painter and an anarchist, always getting in trouble for his performance art.
I find a lot of young filmmakers make too much of an effort to be trendy and they can be pretentious.
If the kids did want to get into showbiz then so be it, but I would never project anything on to my children.
I never thought I'd spend all my life with Gary.
I suppose I was quite cynical about marriage. But with Jude, I knew right from the beginning: there was an electricity I'd never felt before. It was so easy, we talked for hours. It was a relief, really.
Just to be remembered is good enough for me. Lots of people are forgotten.
It is so important that you don't stay with someone just for the children and for the wrong reasons.
My childhood was colorfully anarchic and punctuated by a lot of change.
I haven't done an international film for a long time.
I was a very defiant child, and my father encouraged that.
He wanted me to be as wild and creative as possible and didn't believe in disciplining children.
I love babies. I love being pregnant and I loved giving birth.
From 16 years old, I wanted to have a baby, that's all I wanted.
Having money has given me a certain freedom, but being in the public eye has taken away a lot.
When you love someone so much that you are in pain when you are apart it ends up being destructive. I never want to be in that place again.
I've had four children and I've done a good job and I'm happy in life.
I don't like it when people don't act on their words.
I was fiercely independent and ambitious from a very young age.
I'm the kind of person who'll have a few drinks and fall asleep at 11.
I really enjoy making dinner for my kids and my husband - chopping ginger and marinating the tofu.
When I had my first boy it all started and that male energy seemed to keep me awake but since my daughter, who's incredibly serene, I can't seem to stop sleeping because she's asleep all the time. It's a pattern.
I've concentrated for a long time on English films because I've got two kids but my oldest son is 11 and I think I'm going to be away for about four months of year now.
My kids inspire me to be the person I am today - without them I wouldn't be who I am today.
By 17, I was modeling and had bought myself a flat. I've always tried to be self-sufficient.
There are people out there who want me to fail, who want Jude to fail, who want our relationship to fail.
If I am in London I like a quick get away to The Olde Bell in Hurley It's nearby and no stress - great food and beautiful walks.