Every day, every birthday candle I blow out, every penny I throw over my shoulder in a wishing well, every time my daughter says, 'Let's make a wish on a star,' there's one thing I wish for: wisdom.
I have nothing against younger women and older men on screen. What is sad is that so many women over 40 who have so much to give aren't being considered to play opposite men their own age or younger.
I didn't want to be an actress when I was younger - not even when I was older, to tell you the truth.
In high school, I was very unpopular.
We all do things where we don't care about other people. And we deal with it in whatever ways we can, denial or make excuses.
I always go into a film situation depressed and fearful.
I was never the kind of person who cared much what people thought about me.
Maybe it's that I'm naive, but I don't think of myself as an age.
I was a high-school dropout; I was a loner.
I am self-conscious, and I'm aware of my body. But I struggle with America's limited idea of what perfection is.
I envy my daughter's childhood.
I have an unusual face.
I'm a California girl, and I'd love to restore a sense of place to Southern California.
I'm always drawn to melancholy personalities.
Beauty and youth can stay inside, but it doesn't outside.
Being married, I would say most relationships are pretty codependent in some ways.
I always thought I'm kind of a tough girl.
I always try to find some part of a character that exists in me and plug that in.
I didn't have a father growing up, and I was raised with all women, and I didn't really understand men. I thought they were like women, right?
I didn't know who Avedon was. I was 18 years old. I dropped out of high school in the 10th grade. I had no idea.