The reason why people are huge stars is nothing to do with acting. It's the magic. Charisma is a word that's used too often; it's something special, and it's what makes stars. It's luck, and basically, it's genes.
I am a great believer in naps, whatever age you are.
I've always been a creative person, and I'd always wanted to paint, so I went to art school and began painting and sculpting.
It seems unfair that anyone can set up on Twitter using my name, or the name of any famous person, without any checks at all.
My mother sent me to dance and drama classes when I was young, and then I got a stage role in 'Set To Partners' when I was 12, followed by Benjamin Britten's 'Let's Make An Opera.'
A career is a career, but you're a mother until you die.
I combined theatre and films with live TV, such as 'The Royal Variety Show,' performing sketches opposite Bob Hope and Maurice Chevalier.
I don't even want to be on Twitter. I think it's abhorrent, people sending messages to say they're doing the washing-up or whatever.
I eat what I want but in moderation.
I worked with Roger Moore on three episodes of 'The Saint.' He is a lovely man, a good director, and was my favourite actor to work with.
I'm very expressive, but I'm also a very private person. It is so hard to be private in the entertainment business.
When women are stressed, they either eat too much and get fat, or they eat not so much and get thin, and the latter is what happens to me.
Psychologists say don't expect your life to be happy all the time. I go with the philosophy that every day can't be tops. Life is not like that - it's up and down.